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Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
Reference: S1597
Period: George III
Year: 1783
Silversmith: Patrick Robertson
Place: Edinburgh
Price: $ 270.00
Weight: 132 grams
Dimensions: 18.2 cm
Condition: Excellent, no dents or scratches.

Description: An interesting set of 4 Scottish silver dessert spoons in the Old English pattern, made by a highly regarded silversmith, Patrick Robertson. The spoons are bottom marked, and are engraved with a floral device. The hallmarks are excellent, including makers mark "PR" for Patrick Robertson, which is well struck. Robertson had a long and distinguished career, he worked between 1751 and 1790. He was born in 1729, and was apprenticed to Edward Lothian in 1743. He was Deacon in 1755 and 1765, and was a member of the Royal Company of Archers. He was related to the architect Robert Adam ("Silver Made in Scotland", Dalgleish and Fothringham).
Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
Georgian Scottish silver spoons - patrick robertson

Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
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Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
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Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
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Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
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Georgian Scottish Silver Dessert Spoons (Set of 4) - Patrick Robertson
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