P7330

William Eaton English Sterling 'Chased Vine' Large Serving Spoon, London, 1836/37


This stunning server is made of heavy gauge silver in a beautiful pattern. The handle is a an intricately detailed vine complete with leaves and clusters of grapes. This amazing display is featured on both the front and back of the handle.

The bowl is fluted and fully hallmarked on the reverse. The maker's mark is poorly struck but we are confident it is that of William Eaton, a fine maker who is known to have made this pattern. Adding to its opulent look is the overall gilding. This wonderful serving spoon measures 10.25 inches long, weighs 4.70 troy ounces and is in excellent antique condition.

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