James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781
James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781
James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781
James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781
James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781
James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781

THOMAS WALLIS II (worked from 1778)

James Watt's Pair of George III Old English Gravy Spoons. London 1781

1781 London

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£1,100 gbp
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Particularly elegant pair of extremely well made George III Old English gravy spoons.
Made in London 1781 by Thomas Wallis II.

The end of the front of each stem is engraved with a decorative 'W'.
The hallmarks are stamped at the base of the reverse of the stem and are extremely crisp and clear.

These serving spoons belonged to James Watt. He was the famous Scottish inventor, mechanical engineer and chemist who developed the Watt steam engine which was crucially fundamental to the growth of the industrial revolution.

Provenance: Ownership by descent through the family of James Watt.

Size:- Length 12 inches (30 cm)
Weight:- 3.5 troy ounces (108.86 grams)
Condition: Excellent with a wonderful balance. These spoons are well up to the standard of the Master Silversmith who made them.
Stock Code
8450
Medium
Silver
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