Georgian, George III, Set of Six Silver Bottom Struck Silver Teaspoons. A very early and complete set of silver teaspoons.
Rubbed hallmarks with just the maker's mark and lion passant present. The maker's mark is that of Robert Sallam of London and his mark dates these spoons to around 1770.
In excellent order with light surface wear and some heat hazing commensurate with age. Faded monogram to the terminals.
Approximate weight of all six spoons is 66 grams or 2.1 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions of one spoon are 11.5 cm length and 2.3 cm bowl width.