This is a pair of magnificent Georgian English sterling silver spoons. They are gold washed, handles and bowls, and the designs are cut into the gold and show as silver. Lovely! The bowls are fancy shaped and have sprays of leaves. (The backs of the bowls are not gold washed.) The marks are not real clear, especially on one of the spoons, but I think they were made in London in 1796 by Thomas Pitts. They are in beautiful condition, no monogram.