Large Silver Serving Spoon by William Eaton - Antique Victorian - London 1840 (Code 2214)
A large Victorian sterling silver serving spoon. It dates to 1840 right at the start of Queen Victoria's reign. The upper part of the handle has bright cut decoration of leaves and a flower and there are initials to the top which are so cursive they are hard to decipher. The hallmark is for London 1840 with nice clear marks and the head of the young Queen. There is also the makers mark, WE, for William Eaton, a noted maker of flatware of the period. The spoon is of similar length to a tablespoon but with a larger capacity.
Normal period wear, marks good, four very small indents in the bowl.
Length: 21 cm ( 8 1/4 inch )
Width: 4.5 cm ( 1 3/4 inch ) across bowl
Weight: 60 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 2214 JL20-7
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