Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Scuttle/Bowl – 1907(sold).

Hallmarked in Sheffield for 1907 by Mappin and Webb.

Sterling Silver.



An Antique Edwardian Sterling silver sugar bowl which has been designed in the form of a coal scuttle with a plain body, stylish handle and resting on a raised circular foot. The original silver spoon, made in the form of a shovel, sits neatly at the top of the scuttle. It is fairly rare to find a silver sugar scuttle as the majority of these were made in silver plate. It would make an interesting addition to a collection and would be perfect to use. It weighs 8.6 troy ounces (268 grams).

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

Additional Information

Height : 14.3 cms (5.6″).

Length : 15.2 cms (6″).

Width : 9.4 cms (3.7″).

Weight : 8.6 troy ounces (268 grams).

Excellent condition.


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