1901 British antique pure silver gold plated anointing spoon set of 12 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 VII.
It is a set of 12 pieces, which is quite a large number.
It is a beautiful product with little feeling of use with gold plating still remaining.
Comes in original leather upholstered box.
We hope this lovely antique silver will add some color to your day!
Appearance: ★★★★☆ Beautiful product with no noticeable scratches or stains Function: ★★★★☆ There is slight deterioration, but there is almost no problem
・Although there is wear on the whole, it is well maintained as an antique and is in a beautiful state.
・Gold plating remains firmly on the whole.
・A hallmark that guarantees pure silver by the British Assay Laboratory is engraved on the bowl.
・The leather-covered case has less damage to the leather, and the opening and closing is smooth and works well.
* Since it is very old, there are fine scratches and dirt due to aging.
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・Maker James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler
・Year of manufacture 1901 (London f)
・Material sterling silver (925/1000)
・Size total length 105mm
Spoon face 22 x 30mm
・Weight 133g (12 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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The item will be wrapped in tissue paper or cushioning material and neatly packaged to prevent damage during transportation.
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