A fine George III Irish silver sugar spoon hallmarked Dublin 1810, with the makers mark G.N. for George Nangle (worked from 1807-1815) and were makers of flat ware and decanter labels.
This spoon is made to an elegant design with an oval bowl which has a fine pierced pattern and a plain handle with very fine bright cut engraving and a family crest.
It weighs 31 grams.
16.5 cm long x 6.5cm wide across the bowl x 3cm high
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