EARLY VICTORIAN SOLID SILVER CHRISTENING SPOON & FORK CASED 1866 JOHN TAYLOR
We are pleased to offer this stunning solid silver christening spoon & fork set crafted by the very renowned Silversmith John Taylor London England 1866.
The construction and quality of this christening set presents a high degree of quality, a sturdy trust-worthy feel is apparent.
A first class example, the spoon & fork set has a beautiful decorative engraved design on both front and back which have been hand engraved very finely, resulting in an intricate and aesthetically pleasing stunning design.
The Christening set is presented in what looks like a red leather case, unfortunately the catch is missing.
A truly beautiful engraved christening set which presents excellent quality of craftsmanship.
This will add something very special to any collection.
Spoon Size (cm) Length 15.5
Fork Size (cm) Length 15.5
Weight 57 grams
(measurements and weights where specified are approximate)
In absolutely beautiful condition for its age presentation case missing the catch to close the box, doesn't detract at all from its rare beauty, just mentioned for accuracy.
All Antique silver items will show some signs of wear, which only add to the history of the object.
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