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The pattern’s bead and shell embellishment to both the anterior and reverse surface of each handle is convexed.
The reverse of each item features a convex shell to the heel.
This impressive straight** service consists of 58 pieces:
8 Table knives
8 Dessert knives
8 Table forks
8 Dessert forks
8 Table spoons
8 Dessert spoons
2 Sauce ladles
The anterior surface of each handle, excluding the knives, is ornamented with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest depicting a savage’s head amidst two arms in armour gauntleted counter embowed with hands apaumé.
This antique flatware service is supplied in felt cutlery rolls; which not only protect the items in storage but significantly reduces tarnishing.
* Rich Bead is a late nineteeth century Elkington pattern which later appeared in other catalogues under the name ‘Prince of Wales’.
** "Straight" means all the pieces are made by the same maker in the same year.
Table forks 21.2cm/8.3"
Table spoon 22.5cm/8.9"
Dessert fork 19cm/7.5"
Dessert spoon 19cm/7.5"
Sauce ladle 19.6cm/7.7”
90 troy ounce/2799g
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Dispatch is either the same or next working day once a payment is received.
INSURANCE IN TRANSIT
Insurance cover is provided FREE OF CHARGE for items up to the value of £30,000.
All items are fully insured and sent at the risk of AC Silver.
The decoration to each piece is very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each item are all clear in keeping with age.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of Victorian silverware.
Origin: Birmingham, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear