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Antique Accessories : 1800s

Sterling Silver Tea Strainer Spoon London Duty Mark King George III 1802 William Eley William Fearn

A sterling silver tea strainer hallmarked for London 1802 with the silversmiths mark of WE WF

Sterling Silver Mark with London hallmark, Lion with Crown
Duty Mark: (1786-1833) King George III
Year: 1802 "G"
Maker: William Eley & William Fearn mark "WE WF" with two lines II above mark.
" William Eley I and William Fearn, mark entered in 1797 and 1802 William Eley I and William Fearn, mark entered in 1797 as plate workers (14 Clerkenwell Green) and 1802 (1 Lovell's Court, Paternoster Row)"

Size: measuring 6 1/8" long x 1 7/8" across the bowl.
Weight: 44 grams
Condition: fine, with very slight signs of use, but no breaks or damage to the silver Slight wear at the top with a "D" in a Chippendale style wreath.

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