GOOD SET of SIX queen anne Britannia SILVER Hanoverian spoons

Samuel Hitchcock, London, 1713-14



Of heavy gauge silver, the ovoid bowls with rattail attachments to a long thick shaft;

Good marks, the maker’s mark truncated but visible on all spoon, the date letter rubbed on three


These are quite early for Hanoverian spoons, the English use beginning about 1710.


Condition : Excellent; very good bowl condition; no evidence of monogram or removal


7.5” Long / 11.9 oz.






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Also See :



Associated Pair of George I-II Silver Hanoverian 3-Tine Table Forks

England, c1721-40, marks rubbed, one by Paul Hanet



A Rare Straight Set of George II / III Silver Pistol-Handled Knives

Consisting of 11 Dinner Knives & 12 Dessert Knives

The form is the flat-sided pistol

London, likely c1720-29 (based on shape of lion passant punch)


As Well As :



For a variety of British table silver, from 1580





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Good Set of 6 Queen Anne Britannia Standard Tablespoons, Samuel Hitchcock, London, 1713-14