These three sterling silver serving spoons were made in London and were done in the classic shell pattern. Although all three are identical, they were made in two different years by two different silversmiths. The first two were made in 1795 by Solomon Hugham and the third was made in 1809 by James Ede and Alexander Hewat. At the top of each spoon, there is an initial "M" engraved. All three spoons are in very good condition.
Total Weight: 7.85 Troy ozs.
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