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Cape Silver Hanoverian Tablespoon - Lotter
Reference: S1257
Period: George III
Year: Circa 1810
Silversmith: Gerhardus Lotter
Place: Cape
Price: $ 90.00
Weight: 60 grams
Dimensions: 20.8 cm
Condition: Very good, considering age. Spoon bowl has a tiny dent, and slight wear.

Description: A lovely early Cape tablespoon in the Hanoverian pattern, with turn-up end. This spoon only has the makers hallmark, which is very worn but still faintly visible. Lotter generally only struck his makers mark, as is the case on this spoon. Lotter, who was part of a large family of silversmiths working in the Cape, was an extremely competent silversmith who made the Cape Town Lutheran Church chalice to match one made in Amsterdam in 1765.
Cape Silver Hanoverian Tablespoon - Lotter
Cape Hanoverian tablespoon

Cape Silver Hanoverian Tablespoon - Lotter
Scale

Cape Silver Hanoverian Tablespoon - Lotter
Back of spoon

Cape Silver Hanoverian Tablespoon - Lotter
Makers mark

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