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Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Canteen of Fiddle Pattern Cutlery for 12 Persons – 1872

£10,750.00

Hallmarked in London for 1872 by George Adams.

Sterling Silver.

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Description

An Antique Victorian Sterling silver canteen of cutlery which has been designed in the Fiddle pattern style for twelve persons. This original set was hallmarked in London for 1872 by George Adams. It is rare to find a complete set of the same date and maker in the Victorian period. This set consists of :

12 x table forks : 20.4 cms (8″) in length.

12 x dessert forks : 17.3 cms (6.8″) in length.

12 x table (soup) spoons : 22.9 cms (9″) in length.

12 x dessert spoons : 18.1 cms (7.1″).

12 x  teaspoons : 14.3 cms (5.6″) in length.

1 x soup ladle : 33.4 cms (13.1″) in length.

1 x basting (serving spoon) : 30.2 cms (11.9″) in length.

1 x sugar tongs : 15.1 cms (5.9″) in length.

2 x salt spoons : 10.5 cms (4.1″) in length.

12 x table knives : 24.7 cms (9.7″) in length.

12 x dessert knives : 22.2 cms (8.7″) in length.

 

This wonderful set would grace any dining table and would be a pleasure to use. It has been well cared for over the years and remains in pristine condition. There are 89 pieces in total and the set weighs 112.3 troy ounces (3,492 grams) without the knives. The silver handled knives with stainless steel blades were made in 2022 and have the hallmarks for the late Queen’s platinum jubilee.  They compliment the set perfectly. Useful cloth wraps have been provided to help keep the set clean and tidy.

Complimentary postage is included within the price.

 

Additional Information

Weight : 112.3 troy ounces (3,492 grams) without the knives.

Excellent condition.

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