Sterling Silver Tea Strainer Spoon London Duty Mark King George III 1802 William Eley William Fearn

A sterling silver tea strainer hallmarked for London 1802 with the silversmiths mark of WE WF

Sterling Silver Mark with London hallmark, Lion with Crown
Duty Mark: (1786-1833) King George III
Year: 1802 “G”
Maker: William Eley & William Fearn mark “WE WF” with two lines II above mark.
” William Eley I and William Fearn, mark entered in 1797 and 1802 William Eley I and William Fearn, mark entered in 1797 as plate workers (14 Clerkenwell Green) and 1802 (1 Lovell’s Court, Paternoster Row)”

Size: measuring 6 1/8” long x 1 7/8” across the bowl.
Weight: 44 grams
Condition: fine, with very slight signs of use, but no breaks or damage to the silver Slight wear at the top with a “D” in a Chippendale style wreath.

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Period

1800s

Category

Antique Accessories

Date Posted

04/17/20

Price

$75.00

Shipping

$5.00

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Price

$75.00

Shipping

$5.00

All items are shipped via Priority Mail or specialized carrier. They are packed to properly preserve and protect the condition of the item. If you have specific shipping instructions, please let us know.

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