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THREE GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SPOONS, 1730-50

 


 

TWO GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SPOONS :

ESTHER FORBES, Dublin, 1730 with Rattail (left);

and

A Crested Example, Marks Rubbed', Dublin, c1735 (right)

A George II Irish Silver Marrow Spoon, WILLIAM SUTTON, Dubliln, 1750 (middle)

 

 

 

TWO RARE EARLY GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SPOONS :

 

Left Example :

ESTHER FORBES, Dublin, c1730, With Rattail Attachment

Of usual double-ended form,
with large bowl on one end and a narrow scoop to the other

 

Esther Forbes continued the business of her deceased husband Robert Forbes

(Quarter Brother 1701, Freeman 1715) who died in 1718.

She entered three marks with the Dublin Assay Office.

 

EARLY GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SPOON, Esther Forbes, Dublin, c1730, With Rattail Attachment

 

EARLY GEORGE II IRISH SILVER MARROW SPOON, Esther Forbes, Dublin, c1730, With Rattail Attachment, marks

 

Of very heavy gauge silverwith very good marks having only light rubbing

Condition: Excellent, with only minor wear appropriate to age and usage
8.25": Long / 2.1 oz

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

#7717a

 

Right Example :

Attributed to ESTHER FORBES

Maker's Mark Rubbed, Dublin, c1735, The Bowl Crested

Of usual double-ended form,
with large bowl on one end and a narrow scoop to the other

crested to the bowl for

Crosbie, Baron Brandon (Branden), later Earl of Glandore, of Ardfert, Co. Kerry :

a serpent entwining three swords, two in saltire, points upward, the third, point down

 

Dublin, Ireland, c1730 Silver Marrow Spoon Crest

 

Dublin, Ireland, c1730 Silver Marrow Spoon Marks

 

Condition: Excellent, with only minor wear appropriate to age and usage

8.25" Long / 1.7 oz.

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

#7717b

 


 

Center Example :

GEORGE II IRISH MARROW SPOON

William Sutton, Dublin, Ireland, c1750

 

George III Irish Silver Marrow Spoon, William  Sutton, Dublin, Ireland, c1750

 


Of double ended form, with single-heeled bowl to one end,
and narrow scoop to the other;
bottom marked with crisp marks

Condition: Excellent, with only minor wear appropriate to age and usage

7.25" Long / 1.2 oz.

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

#7695

 

 


 

Also See :

 

Rare George II Irish Cordial Glass, c1745

 

A ST. PATRICK'S DAY TRIBUTE TO THE IRISH !

 

 


 

 

 

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Three George II Irish Silver Marrow Spoons, Dublin, 1730-50; Esther Forbes, William Sutton  

 

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