A Pair Of Silver Serving Spoons Plain With A Engraved And pierced Handle.
A pair of silver serving spoons made in Sheffield and Hallmarked in 1905. The spoons are in their original box with a silk and velvet Blue lining. The handles are pierced with flowers and engraved with leaves and swearls. The spoons are plain on the bowl and plain on the backs with a hallmark on the handle. The spoons where retailed by Mappin and Webb but made by Roberts and Belk.
Condition: Very good.
Width: Bowl 5.5 cms, Hndle at the widest point 2.3 cms.
Length: 21.5 cms.
Weight: per spoon 59 grams.