SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOON Mitchell & Russell Edinburgh Scotland1817
A George III era sterling silver serving spoon in a Fiddle pattern. Engraved to terminal front monogram with script letters: "McL" Minor dings/dents to bowl, please see photos with red arrows. Pictures will tell you more. Weight: 2.83 troy oz. Thick-walled, heavy for it size. Dark spots you are seeing on the photos, are reflections of a camera and other objects. Minor dings/dents to bowl, please see photos with red arrows. Commensurate with age, the condition is very good. Rare spoon for it makers, place of origin and overall condition. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.
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- Maker: Mitchell & Russell of Edinburgh
- Pattern: Fiddle
- Rein: King George III
- Place of Origin: Edinburgh, Scotland
- Region: Europe
- Age: 1800-1849
- Composition: Sterling Silver, .
- Date: 1817-1818
- Brand: M&R
- Style: Georgian
- Country of Origin: Great Britain, England, United Kingdom
- Type: Serving Spoon, Stuffing Spoon