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1913 Antique Sterling Silver Christening Spoon in Case (not inscribed)

1913 Antique Sterling Silver Christening Spoon in Case (not inscribed)

This spoon is made from sterling silver and is plain except for a shell motif on the terminal.

 

It is hallmarked for London 1913 with the maker’s mark of

George Jackson & David Fullerton of Josiah Williams & Co.

 

The spoon is presented in its original, black-coloured case with a push-button clasp, white silk lining to the lid and purple velvet to the base.
The spoon is in lovely condition with no damage or wear.

The case is also in very good

Spoon - 13.6 cm (5 3/8”) long

Case   -   17.8 cm (7”) by 6.3 cm (2 ½”) by 3.2 cm (1 ¼”) deep

Weight  - 18 grams (weight of spoon) 

 97 grams (combined weight of spoon & case)

 

** SPECIAL DELIVERY means next-day UK delivery.
A Tracking Number and up to £500.00 insurance **

 

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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If you have a problem, please return for a full-price refund.

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