A canteen of Antique Victorian Sterling silver cutlery for twelve persons which has been designed in the King’s pattern style and comprises:
12 x table forks – dated 1891 by George Maudsley Jackson – measuring 21.40 cms in length.
12 x dessert forks – dated 1891 by George Maudsley Jackson – measuring 18.50 cms in length.
12 x table spoons – dated 1892 by George Maudsley Jackson – measuring 23.00 cms in length.
3 x dessert spoons – dated 1892 by Aldwinckle and Slater – measuring 7.20 cms in length.
9 x dessert spoons – dated 1893 by Aldwinckle and Slater – measuring 7.20 cms in length.
12 x teaspoons – dated 1896 by Aldwinckle and Slater – measuring 15.00 cms in length.
2 x basting spoons – dated 1893 by George Maudsley Jackson – measuring 33.50 cms in length.
This wonderful set has been made to the highest standard, has been well cared for over the years and is showing very little sign of wear. It was hallmarked in London by George Maudsley Jackson and Aldwinckle and Slater and ranges in date from 1891 – 1896. All the pieces are in straight runs, which is an added bonus, and the quality is exceptional. There are 62 pieces in total and the overall weight is 157.50 troy ounces (4,898 grams). Attractive wraps have been provided to help keep this set clean and tidy. A quote can also be obtained for new silver handled knives with stainless steel blades, if so desired.
Complimentary postage is included within the price of this silver set.