CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.
CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.
CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.
CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.
CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.
CORK.  A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.

CORK. A very fine & rare set of six George III Celic Point Teaspoons made in Cork circa 1800 by Joseph Gibson.

1800 Cork

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£1,150 gbp
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This rare set of teaspoons are modelled in the slender "Celtic Point" design and are beautifully engraved with bright cut borders and a navette shaped cartouche, with chevron above. The cartouche contains a contemporary Crest. The Spoons are in excellent condition and display thick tips to the bowls. Each is well marked on the reverse with STERLING and GIBSON. This is a design peculiar to Ireland, however Cork examples are very rare, especially a complete set.

Length: 5.45 inches, 13.63cm.
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