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A late George III silver Fiddle pattern teaspoon having initialled terminal, hallmarked William Weston, London 1811, length measures 5 4/8 inches (14 cm). Together a Victorian silver teaspoon and condiment spoon, a set of four 1930's mother-of-pearl mounted silver pickle forks, and a Continental caddy spoon marked sterling. Gross weight 3.17 ozt (98.87 grams).
Overall items in good to fair condition. Georgian teaspoon with general light surface scratches and rubbing commensurate with age. Victorian teaspoon with area of deep scratching to terminal, other minor scratches throughout and maker's mark partly worn and so illegible. Mother-of-pearl mounts to pickle forks slightly loose and one with slight distortion to stem. Caddy spoon with areas of tarnishing and rubbing.