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Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork     Order Form     Request more information
Reference: S11253
Period: George III
Year: 1801-1810
Silversmith: Isaac Solomon
Place: Cork
Price: $ 190.00
Weight: 15 grams
Dimensions: 13.7 cm
Condition: Good, some scratches to bowl, strong tip.

Description: A rare Irish provincial sterling silver teaspoon made by Isaac Solomon of Cork, with excellent hallmarks. The teaspoon is Fiddle pattern, the bowl is elongated with a strong tip, more European than English in style. The spoon is engraved with original owners initials II. The hallmarks are excellent, "I.SOLOMON" and "STERLING" in serrated punch, these are well struck, but the sterling punch shows sign of wear. Solomon was born around 1775 and died in 1845, he worked from Patrick's Street, Cork. A number of items with makers mark IS have also been ascribed to Solomon, it is probable that these should be ascribed to John Seymour, and not Solomon. Solomon was a jeweller and silversmith, his working dates beyond 1810 are not known.
Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork
I Solomon Sterling Irish provincial hallmarks

Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork
Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon

Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork
Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork

Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork
Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon engraved initials

Irish Provincial Sterling Silver Teaspoon - Isaac Solomon, Cork
Irish provincial silver spoon - scale

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