A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II
A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II
A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II
A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II
A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II

A fine set of six George III Bright Cut Tablespoons made in London in 1780 by Joseph Steward II

1780 London

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The Spoons are modelled in the Old English Pattern and the stems are beautifully decorated with crisp entwined bands of bright cutting. The vacant shield shaped cartouche, displays a stylised flower head above. The quality and gauge of each spoon is exceptional and each has a good bowl and crisp bottom marks.

Length: 8.75, 21.88cm.
Weight: 13oz.
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