Set of six vintage silver tea spoons hallmarked Sheffield 1932 by maker Emile Viner.
The length of each spoon is 112mm. Spoons total 80grams. With case total is 207grams.
The handles are attractively decorated both to the front and rear with a geometric style pattern in keeping with the art deco period from when they were made.
The spoons are in excellent condition with clear hallmarks and carry no monogram or initials. They are made from a good gauge of sterling silver having a combined weight of 80 grams.
The case shows some sign of ageing, which is not surprising having protected the spoons for around ninety years. It is however structurally sound with a fully working catch and overall could be described as in good condition.
The spoons are ready to be used, displayed or perhaps added to a collection.
This item is available online only however if visiting the Centre please visit Cabinet 138 situated on the Lower Ground Floor to view additional items of silverware plus Moorcroft Pottery from early vintage pieces to more modern examples.
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