Victorian silver plated boxed set of four serving spoons chased with a grape and vine pattern and lightly gilt bowls. (c.1890)
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|Maker||Richard Martin, Sheffield|
|Spoon Length||21.6cm (8.5")|
|Spoon Width||7cm (2.75")|
|Box Height||3.2cm (1.25")|
|Box Width||24.1cm (9.5")|
|Box Depth||25.4cm (10")|
A very good quality antique Victorian silver plated boxed set of four serving spoons fitted in a blue velvet tooled box. The spoon handles have been chased with a grape and vine pattern and have initials in the cartouche. The circular bowl is completely plain and very lightly gilt. All in very good original condition.
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