A rare Irish Georgian solid sterling silver crested serving spoon. It is hallmarked for Dublin 1803 with the makers mark being WL for William Law. It has been nicely designed having an fiddle pattern handle engraved with a bird crest possibly used by the Cargill Family - note this ties in with the small inscribed letters to the bowl back which reads IFC, note an I at this time was often used interchangeably with a J, hence it could be JFC - there can't be many Cargill's that could afford silver in and around Dublin at this time. It is in superb condition being free from dings splits and repairs.9 inches (23cms) long by 2 inches (5cms) wide and weighs 66 grams. A very good quality fascinating example. If you have any queries etc... To see lots more rare and beautiful silver.
All items are cleaned and display ready should you be a retailer or collector, or ready to wrap should you be purchasing a gift. That way we save you time and we discover any faults, not you. The item "IRISH STERLING SILVER CARGILL FAMILY CRESTED SERVING SPOON 1803 66g GEORGIAN" is in sale since Sunday, November 14, 2021.This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cutlery". The seller is "thesilversquirrel" and is located in London. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.