A top quality Victorian solid silver Queens pattern basting spoon, made in London in 1845 by the female silversmith Elizabeth Eaton. There are no crests or initials. The spoon is made from a very good gauge of silver, and the pattern is double struck, meaning it is visible from both the front and back.Elizabeth Eaton only registered her mark in December 1845, so this must have been one of her earliest pieces. Dimensions: It is 31 cm long and weighs 212g. Condition: The spoon is in very good general condition. There looks like a small dent line on the top of the front of the handle just below the top shell, which may possibly have been an erasure but I'm unsure (see photo 3).
One tiny dint in the bowl. Hallmarks very clear, and a good tip to the bowl.
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Please check out our other items. The item "VICTORIAN Solid SILVER QUEENS Pattern BASTING Spoon, LONDON 1845. Eliz EATON" is in sale since Sunday, June 28, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cutlery". The seller is "compton501" and is located in Newbury.This item can be shipped worldwide.