Tudor Pattern Basting Spoon, 1853 GA

Silver Tudor pattern basting spoon London 1853 by George Adams
Silver Tudor pattern basting spoon London 1853 by George Adams DSCN0215 DSCN0216 v2 DSCN0217 v2

£275.00

Basting Spoon - Tudor pattern - London 1853 by George Adams - 30.2cm long; 162g - GV/7762

Tudor pattern is a scarcely found flatware pattern that was made by Chawner & Company in time for the Great Exhibition of 1851 - this 12" long silver spoon bears the design kite mark to the lower part of the stem. 

This superb quality basting spoon (aka stuffing, gravy or long-handled serving spoon) has a terrific hefty weight and feels wonderful in the hand. The Tudor pattern decoration remains crisp with an engraved "B" within a garter (suggesting a knighted person) to the front terminal. Made by Chawner & Company and bearing the mark of the owner, George Adams, the condition is first class throughout with a fabulous thick tip to the bowl.