An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.
An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.
An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.
An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.
An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.

An extremely fine George III Strainer Spoon made in London in 1783 by Richard Crossley.

1783 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,450 gbp
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The Strainer is modelled in the Old English pattern and is decorated with an eclectic mix of bright cut designs. The top of the stem is engraved with an oval bright cut cartouche, containing a contemporary Crest, with floral spray below. The bowl displays a central strainer which has a division pierced with roundels, the top of which is also engraved with bright cutting. This piece is in excellent crisp condition and is very well marked.

Length: 11.5 inches, 28.75cm.

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