Superb silver stuffing / serving spoon. Hallmarked Exeter 1865 and made by Thomas Hart Stone
An absolutely superb, early Victorian, solid silver stuffing / serving spoon. Wonderful large proportions (30.5 cm in length) and a good heavy weight. The spoon terminal has a nicely patterned edge. The back of the terminal shows very clear hallmarks for The Exeter Assay Office along with the Lion Passant indicating sterling silver and a date mark for 1865. Maker's marks are also very clear for the silversmith Thomas Hart Stone.
Rare to find such a large spoon in fabulous condition.
Condition: This spoon is in excellent antique condition.
Length: 30.5 cm approx.
Width of bowl: 5.8 cm approx.
Depth: 4 cm approx,
Weight: 130 grams approx