A rare pair of early 18th-century (1721) George I, solid silver antique table spoons by Joseph Barbut.
They are in Hanoverian pattern with the terminals turned up. Rattail profile to the reverse of the spoon bowls.
Britannia silver standard - the higher silver grade of 95.8%. Decent weight.
Both are free from inscriptions or monograms.
HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 958. MAKER Joseph Barbut
DIMENSION: Length 19.4cm (7 5/8") approx.
WEIGHT: 122.3g combined
CONDITION: Good condition with minor age-related wear. The rattail profiles still prominent. No dents to the spoon bowls.
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