This is an early 19th-century (1835) Georgian-William IV hallmarked, sterling silver antique salt/mustard spoon.
Beautiful double-struck Queen's pattern.
Traces of monogram 'S'.
It is a large salt spoon, the bowl measures 1¼" x 1", it weighs about 24g.
HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925, MAKER Benjamin Stephens
DIMENSION: 12cm (4 3/4") long approx.
CONDITION: Good condition with some minor age-related wear.
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