QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.
QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.
QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.
QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.
QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.
QUEEN ANNE.  A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.

QUEEN ANNE. A fine pair of Britannia Standard Dognose Spoon made in London in 1709 by Henry Greene.

1709 London

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The Spoons are modelled in the Dognose pattern, with rat tails on the reverse of the bowls. Each is engraved, at the top of the stem, with the contemporary initials, A.C Both have a good colour and fine bowls.

Length: 8.25 inches, 20.63cm
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