A very rare set of six George II Scot's Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
A very rare set of six George II Scot's Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
A very rare set of six George II Scot's Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
A very rare set of six George II Scot's Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.

A very rare set of six George II Scot's Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.

1745 Edinburgh

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£650 gbp
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The Teaspoons are modelled in the very rare Scot's Fiddle pattern, a design peculiar to Scotland. Each has a drop on the back of the bowl and the top of each stem is engraved with a set of contemporary initials in typical Scottish script.
Length: 4.9 inches.
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