Pair of English silver serving spoons, possibly by John Blake, London 1802, later chased* with peacocks and feathers in the bowl. The handles of the spoons are engraved and crested. Length 8 7/8"; combined weight 3.95 troy oz. Excellent condition.
*It was common in the 19th century for people to take their plain Georgian silver to a silvesmith for embellishment. This chasing is the result of such fine workmanship.