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Georgian | Geo III | Sterling Silver pair of Old English pattern soup or serving spoons | London 1810 | Mary & Elizabeth Sumner

Product Description
George III Sterling Silver pair of Old English pattern soup or serving spoons

Maker: Mary and Eliza Sumner
Assay: London 1810
Family Initials M I * M to top of both spoons in Bright Cut engraving

Weight: 120g the pair

Approx 22cms (8 3/4") long
Approx 4.7cms (1 7/8") wide at widest

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

About Mary and Eliza Sumner
Mary and Eliza Sumner were a pair of English silversmiths [mother and daughter] active at the beginning of the 19th century. Their surname is sometimes given as Summers; Eliza's first name is sometimes rendered as Elizabeth.

Mary Sumner was the wife of plateworker William Sumner I and registered her first mark on 18 March 1807; after his death, her classification was given as spoonworker at the time. A second mark was registered in partnership with Eliza on 31 August 1809; a third mark, also in partnership with her daughter, followed on 21 August 1810. Eliza's classification, too, was given as spoonworker; her marital status was given as single, while her mother registered as a widow. Their address was listed as 1 Clerkenwell Close.

Three pieces by the Sumners are owned by the National Museum of Women in the Arts. They are a Regency meat skewer of 1811; a Regency marrow scoop of 1812; and a Regency meat fork of 1814
Sku: 2324020027C
$ 220.00 AUD
Maximum quantity available reached.