Antique early Victorian sterling silver pair stuffing spoons. Pair of identical, long handled spoons - originally used to pull the stuffing out of the cooked food. Big, generous bowls; strong, sturdy long handles with beautiful repousse work towards the terminal. Foliage, flowers, fleur de lis and scrolls with gorgeous fanlike shells at the end.We thought they were in the Kings Pattern, but were informed that they are in fact in the Queens Pattern which is much rarer. Backs with the same decoration. Solid, classy and very rich in an understated way. Hallmarked on the back of each spoon. Tree for Glasgow, Scotland; lion rampant for sterling silver; date letter V for 1840; queen's head facing left. Maker's mark is JM JR with the R over a dot, - possibly John Muir or John Murray. Add Me to Your Favorite Sellers. Feel free to ask question.
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The item "Sterling Silver Stuffing Spoons Victorian Scotland Queens Kings Pattern (4509)" is in sale since Tuesday, July 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (. The seller is "brendaginsberg" and is located in Boca Raton, Florida.This item can be shipped worldwide.