1900 Victorian Silver Christening / Preserve Spoon in Case (not inscribed)
Sterling Silver Christening / Preserve Spoon in Case (not inscribed)
It is hallmarked for Birmingham 1900
Made by Thomas Hayes Spencer St Birmingham
The spoon is presented in its original, black-coloured case with a push-button clasp, purple lining to the lid and velvet to the open base.
Weight : 17 grams
Length : 5" or 12.7cm
The spoon is in lovely condition with no damage or wear.
The case is also in very good condition
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Silver is a precious metal, thus when you give an infant a silver gift you offer a piece of the future health and wealth you desire for the child. Giving a silver for a Baptism means wishing the newborn happiness and prosperity throughout life.
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