9 May 2006
A pair of Dutch silver sugar castor spoons
Mark of Anthonie Janse, Middelburg, 1800
Each bowl prickered with dots, the stem with Hanoverian pattern and the finial engraved with a scrolling flower, marked on handles
14.5 cm. long
72 gr. (2)
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