Wellington Pattern Serving Spoon, 1851
Serving Spoon - Wellington pattern - London 1851 by George Adams - 30cm long; 158g - FS/8282
This is a very attractive 12" long antique silver serving spoon in the desirable Wellington Pattern complete with a wide and generous bowl. Made by George Adams of the famous Chawner & Company, this spoon has an expertly engraved block cipher to the front terminal and a registration kite mark clearly stamped to the base of the handle on the reverse side (this mark shows when the design was patented).
Wellington Pattern was designed by Chawner & Company in preparation for the Great Exhibition of 1851 and named in honour of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington and hero of the Battle of Waterloo.