A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.
A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.
A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.
A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.
A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.
A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.

A very fine pair of Old English Bead Pattern Stuffing Spoons made in London in 1782 by Richard Crossley.

1782 London

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The Spoons are made in the Old English bead pattern and have elegant stems which are engraved at the top with a beautiful oval bright cut floral and foliate cartouche, containing contemporary script initials. The spoons are in excellent condition and have good bowls.

Length: 12 inches, 30cm.
Weight: 8oz.

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