A pair of George II silver Rococo Salt Spoons.
A pair of George II rococo silver Salt Spoons, struck with a maker’s mark only for Francis Harache, London circa 1740. The foliate terminals with a plain circular panel engraved with a family crest.
Francis Harache specialised in silver smallwork and produced a range of silver spoons and nippers in this leafy pattern. Salt spoons are relatively unusual survivors.
Good with some salt staining to the interior of the shell-form bowls.
Length – 9.40 cm.; Width – 1.80 cm.; Weight [of the pair] – 22.10 gms.