This pair of Irish sterling silver sauce spoons both have the same family crest of a upright lion holding a diamond. One spoon was made in 1823 by Charles March and sold by Rooke retailers. The other was made in 1827 by William Cummins and retailed by Smith and Gamble.
Both spoons are identical in size which suggests that one was made to match the other and make a matched pair for the owner.
The spoons are 6 inches in length. The width of the bowls is 2 inches.
The spoons are in very good condition. There are no repairs and all the hallmarks are legible.
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