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This solid sterling silver sifter spoon may have been made as a souvenir of Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1897.
It is hallmarked for London 1898, with the maker's mark of Henry Williamson Ltd. It has a fluted bowl and a very detailed Royal crest at the finial. It is in excellent condition.
Length : 12 cm - 4.72 in
Weight : 14 g - 0.03 lb
Diameter of bowl: 3.5cm
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the Victorian Royal Memorabilia Silver Sugar Sifter Spoon (C351 / LA60543) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1898.
Post and packaging are free within the UK via Royal Mail special delivery. Overseas buyers please e-mail for postage costs. Thank you.
This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
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