dublin 1872 irish hallmarked solid silver fiddle pattern rattail bowled teaspoon made by john smyth

Dublin 1872 Irish hallmarked solid silver fiddle pattern rattail bowled teaspoon made by John Smyth.



Item Ref



Dublin 1872 Irish hallmarked solid silver Victorian period lovely teaspoon made in the fiddle pattern with crisp rattail bowl, and very clear hallmarks.
Made by John Smyth, know maker of quality flatware. Also with the mark of retailer J Cahoon.
With the point of bowl still crisp, and only the usual light surface scratching, this has had very little use in its lifetime.
This is free of personalisation, but could be engraved as a gift if desired.
Size-5.75 inches long by 1.25 inches wide.
Weight-23 grams.
Slightly longer and heavier than English examples, this is a lovely spoon to add to a canteen or to give as a gift.
A lovely Irish silver teapsooon in very good condition.
Irish silver is very collectable, and much sought after, as it is much more scarce than English silver.
Please click on my personal website link in the top left column of this page, or go to www.serpentineantiques.co.uk to see additional items not listed on this site. If you would like additional photos, I am happy to provide them.
Inventory is located in different locations, so please email to verify availability. Thank you.
Internal Ref: 6170

This item is SOLD and is no longer available to purchase.

* This item has been sold, though you can still email the seller if you wish

View Similar

Select a category: