Beautiful Sterling Silver Novelty Serving Spoon Acorn Buds Graham Watling 1977

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Beautiful English sterling silver novelty jam / preserve serving spoon, fully hallmarked for London 1977.

This is a lovely silver spoon made in 1977 by the Wiltshire silversmith, Graham Watling.

The spoon has a superb naturalistic stem as the branch of a tree with buds coming off the stem on all sides.

The bowl of the spoon is in the form of an acorn sitting in it's textured cup.

The spoon is superbly chased.
It is 11/16 inches / 17.5 mm wide across the bowl and it is 4-3/4 inches / 120 mm long. It weighs 15 grams.

The underside of the bowl has clear hallmarks - lion passant, London mark, letter C for 1977, the jubilee stamp for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, and maker's mark GW for Graham Watling.

The spoon is in excellent condition with no dents, damage or repair.

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