Antique Kings Husk silver basting spoon

Antique Kings Husk silver basting spoon

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Reference

2495

William IV 12" silver basting spoon or serving spoon in the King's Husk pattern, first produced in the Regency era (1811-1820) and still made today.

The King's Husk pattern is a variant of the King's pattern, the most obvious difference being the omission of the central honeysuckle decoration on the stem. A husk shell replaces the concave shell of King's pattern and there is no shell on the back.

Dimensions:

Width 300 mm / 12"
Weight 200 g (6.43 troy ozs)
Year

1832

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

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