Pair of Antique Pewter Decorated Tablespoons By William Tutin & Company Birmingham England
Description: A rare a nicely decorated pair of pewter tablespoons made in Birmingham England. The spoons the touch mark of William Tutin who worked in Birmingham as pewterer in the period 1720-1795. They has a nice engraved design on the handle and are great looking. Just a great set of antique pewter spoons which would display nicely and would make a great addition to your collection. Please carefully review the photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: Uncertain but were made sometime in the 18th century (between 1720-1795).
Origin: Birmingham, England.
Size: The spoons are ~8" long with the bowl being ~1 1/2" at its widest and ~2 5/8" long. Both spoons together weigh a bit over 3 ounces.
Maker: William Tutin.
Marks: Marked on the back of the handle with the touch mark of William Tutin and Company "WT&Co". Please see photos for additional .
Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a great looking pair of rare spoons worthy of a spot in your antique pewter collection.
Condition: The spoons are in great condition. They has minor wear but no breaks or repairs. They have some scratches and a few minor stains. They could probably use a good cleaning, but we leave that to the discretion of the new owner. Please see photos to appreciate the beauty of the spoons and for additional condition information.
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