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A very pretty example of a pair of solid sterling silver grape scissors.
Made by the well-known firm of William Hutton & Sons and hallmarked for Sheffield 1918, they are attractive, heavy and tactile. The patterned handles have empty cartouches. The hallmarks are incredibly clear and the silver is in an excellent condition.
Width : 5.5 cm - 2.17 in
Length : 17.5 cm - 6.89 in
Weight : 119 g - 0.26 lb
The Silver Cabinet has clarified that the Pair of Antique Solid Silver Grape Scissors (C478 / LA146933) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1908.
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This item is located in West Midlands, United Kingdom.
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