Silver Berry Spoon, London 1815




Price : $87.00 (Fixed)
Type : Sell
Date : 16/07/2020
Condition : Used
Location : Arthur Vandyk Antiques - +44 7904682990

Silver Berry Spoon, Solomon Hougham London 1815

Silver Berry Spoon, Solomon Hougham London 1815 for sale

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For sale at Arthur Vandyk Antiques this marvelous regency period sterling silver berry spoon hallmarked Solomon Hougham, London, 1815.

The spoon is delicately crafted and designed.

There are remnants of the gilding inside the bowl.

The spoon is engraved with an ornate foliate decoration on the handle and on the bowl coupled with a vacant cartouche.

The repousse berries are designed with intricate details:

the seeds are engraved into the berries, a beautiful touch, whilst the detailing of the leaves are superb, this engraving is evident on the front and on the reverse of the bowl.

The silver on the edge of the bowl is also modeled into a foliate pattern.

These details gives the spoon a three dimensional effect. The silver also has a heavy gauge for its size.

Condition report: the spoon is in overall excellent order for its 200 year age, with small surface scratches and minor black tarnish marks that are found in antique silverware of this age.

The spoon is not dented or misshapen or rubbed in any way, a lovely example indeed!

Approximate Dimensions:

Length: 21.5cm

Width of bowl: 4.5cm

Weight: 47 grams

This two hundred year old regency period spoon would make a lovely present or a would be a marvelous addition to your silver flatware collection.


Category; Antique Silver / Silver Flatware, Cutlery / Silver Fruit SpoonsDateRegency Regency Antiques.

Material; Silver

Origin; English

Maker; Solomon Hougham (silvermaker)

Item codeas1039a021

Seller; Arthur Vandyk Antiques.


See Also; Italian Flat Back Mandolin – Early 1900s

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