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Souvenir spoon

late 19th century
British, Sheffield
Silver and silver-gilt
L. 4 3/8 in. (11.1 cm.)
Credit Line:
Gift of Sir William H. Redding, in memory of his wife, 1900
Accession Number:
Not on view
Inscription: (on bowl, in script) Dublin

Marking: [1] crown (Sheffield town mark);
[2] date letter d (1896–97);
[3] lion passant (English quality mark for sterling);
[4] JR, in oval (John Round & Son Ltd. - Ref. Jackson '21, p. 430).
Sir William H. Redding (until 1900; to MMA)
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