Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this magnificent set of Victorian silver gilt teaspoons made by Charles Boyton in London, 1883 (one spoon a year later in 1884, identical design).This set of six spoons features a beautiful naturalistic vine handle design with intricate detailing and crisp embossing.
Each spoon is gilt with a rich gold tone which not only fabulously accents its surrounding wares but protects the silver from tarnishing. Being made over 100 years ago yet remaining in good condition, aside from luxurious interior display, these spoons may be used practically with a touch of Victorian flair.Perfect for enjoying some ice cream, desserts or for an indulging afternoon tea party - with some creativity, such silverware have limitless uses.
Full English hallmarks are present on the bottom side of the spoon.
- Size (mm) H:13.5cm W:3cm
- Size (inches) H:5.31 W:1.18
- Total Weight: 145 grams (4.66 oz t)
Good Condition - The spoons are in good antique condition with no major damage or issues. Some slight surface wear as to be expected with antiques over 100 years.
We aim to overemphasize and state these issues to avoid disappointment and thus please rest assured they are not significant nor affect usage of the items.
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