A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85
A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85
A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85
A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85
A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85

A rare set of six George III Scots Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made by James Lockhart of Glasgow and assayed in Edinburgh in 1784/85

1784 Glasgow

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The Spoons are modelled in the rare Scots Fiddle Pattern. Each piece is well marked and is engraved at the top of the stem with a contemporary initial in typical Scots script lettering.
Dimensions
Height 5.00 inch (12.70 cm)
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