This is a pair of good quality 18th-century (c.1770) Georgian - George III English sterling silver salt/condiment shovels.
They are in Hanoverian pattern, with the terminals turned up.
No monograms, each adorned with a delightful crest of a wild boar.
Heavy gauge silver, the shovels still have a good thickness to them and not flimsy.
HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925. MAKER Thomas Tookey possibly
DIMENSION: 9.4cm (3 3/4") long approx.
WEIGHT: 19.2g combined
CONDITION: Excellent condition with some age related wear. No dents and no splits.
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