Matched pair of Georgian teaspoons from Dublin, Ireland by well-respected maker, James Brady ca 1825-1827. Both are hallmarked, with Irish hallmark, Dublin city mark, and IB. Though neither piece has a date mark, these were split from an identical pair at auction which were dated 1827. All the hallmarks are worn and hardly legible. Overall, the design of these spoons typifies the Irish pieces of this era. Simple, clean lines and sturdy nimble construction. Each is engraved with a light cursive 'P' monogram. Minor structural differences are noted between the two. One bowl deeper than the other, one handle longer than the other, one tip sharper than the other etc..
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