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George III set of 4 Sterling Silver Hanoverian 'Basket of Flowers' picture back teaspoons by Henry Bickerton. Circa 1762.

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Crisp and attractive George III set of 4 sterling silver Hanoverian pattern 'Basket of Flowers' picture back teaspoons.
Maker: Henry Bickerton. London circa 1762.

A decorative bunch of flowers in a basket is stamped on the reverse of the base of the bowl on each spoon. The stem is stamped with the marker's mark and the lion passant. The end of the stem is engraved with the initials H over I * E. These spoons are very elegant and a useful 'demi tasse' size.
These spoons can be bought separately.

Length: 4.5 inches (11.4cm)
Weight: 1.64 troy ounces (51 grams) all 4 spoons
Condition
Excellent although the two larger blooms on each spoon have been slightly flattened over time.