A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.
A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.

A very fine set of six early George III Hanoverian Pattern Tablespoons made in London in 1767 by James Jones I.

1767 London

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The Spoons are modelled in the Hanoverian Pattern and are each engraved at the top of the stem with a contemporary cipher. Each has a very good bowl, colour and crisp set of hallmarks. The Spoons are also of a very good gauge and weight.

Length: 8.1 inches, 20.25cm.
Weight: 16oz.
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