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Antique Edwardian Pair of Sterling Silver Gilt Serving Spoons
Offered by AC Silver
Each exceptional spoon handle has been realistically modelled in the form of a snake; this handle style reflects the design of whip pattern flatware.
The handles are embellished with fine and impressive cast and chased decoration reproducing the scales and details of the snake’s natural features.
The surface of each spoon retains the original gilding.
These antique serving spoons are fitted to the original hinged leatherette box with satin and velvet lined interior, securing with a push fit catch.
The interior of the box bears the retailer’s mark ‘Jewellers, Lister & Sons, 32&34 Northumberland St, Newcastle on Tyne’.
These impressive serving spoons were crafted by the London silversmiths Thomas Alfred Slater, Walter Brindsley Slater & Henry Arthur Holland of Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater.
Length of handle 14.6cm/5.7"
Width of bowl 5.7cm/2.2"
8.3 troy ounces/257.1g
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The box is also in excellent presentation condition, in keeping with age.
These serving spoons show little signs of use or wear.
The cast and chased decoration is very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each bowl are all very clear.
Reflections in photography may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: London, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear