1936 British Vintage Sterling Silver Annoying Spoons Set of 6 in a Case
The anointing spoon is one of the crown jewelry used at the coronation ceremony in England, and at the coronation ceremony, this spoon is used to scoop the holy oil and apply it to the new king (queen).
It is believed to have been made to commemorate the coronation of Edward VIII.
It is a beautiful spoon with fine carvings on the bowl and handle of the spoon.
It is decorated with gold plating on sterling silver and has plenty of gold plating left.
It is about the size of a small demitasse spoon.
We hope this lovely antique silver will add some color to your day!
Appearance: ★★★☆☆ Slightly scratched and dirty Function: ★★★★☆ There is slight deterioration, but there is almost no problem
・There is wear and small scratches on the whole, but it is in a beautiful state as it is well maintained as an antique item.
・The gold plating is thin on the back side, but the front side remains solid.
・There is a hallmark on the handle that guarantees pure silver by the British Assay Laboratory.
・The leather-covered box is a little dirty, but works well.
* Since it is very old, there are fine scratches and dirt due to aging.
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・Maker Charles Turner
・Year of manufacture 1936 (Birmingham M)
・Material sterling silver (925/1000)
・Size total length 88mm
Spoon face 21 x 26mm
・Weight 55g / 6 pieces
*Since it is an antique item, there is no other exactly the same item.
Please feel free to ask any questions if you have any questions.
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