1916 British Antique Sterling Silver Spoke Case James Dixon
The spokes are forked at the tip of the spoon and are also called "runsible spoons".
It is a rare type of cutlery that is unusual among silver cutlery.
This is the work of "James Dixon & Sons" in Sheffield, England in 1916.
It comes in a blue leather-covered case and is in good condition.
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
・There is wear on the whole, but it is in a beautiful state with no noticeable scratches or dents.
・The hallmark that guarantees pure silver by the British Assay Laboratory remains firmly.
・The leather-covered case does not peel off and opens and closes smoothly and works well.
* Since it is very old, there are fine scratches and dirt due to aging.
*Please purchase after confirming and acknowledging the photos.
・Maker James Dixon & Sons
・Year of manufacture 1916 (Sheffield y)
・Material sterling silver (925/1000)
・Size: Total length 145 mm Spoon surface 30 x 48 mm
*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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