England - Second half 20th century
|No. of items:||2|
|Object:||Cutlery, Knife (More lots)|
|Material:||.925 silver, Steel (stainless)|
|Designer/ Artist:||Harrison Brothers|
|Model/ Name:||King's Shell|
|Estimated Period:||Second half 20th century|
|Country of Origin:||England|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
Beautiful vintage cake serving set comprising a bread/cake knife and a pie server. The handles are made of sterling silver and are richly decorated with shells, scrolls and flowers in a King's pattern design.
139 g total weight
knife - 31.5 cm
server - 25 cm long, 5.5 across widest part
Made by the Harrison Brothers and hallmarked for Sheffield, 1967
Great vintage condition. Some light scuffing to the steel parts commensurate with use; tiny dings to sterling handles.
The parcel will be sent fully tracked and insured.
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Catawiki member since May 23, 2019, received 25 reviews in total (25 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (25 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Merci, il est bien.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Well wrapped and good quality but they are not table spoons but dessert spoons so medium size. You should be more clear when writing details. I was looking for table spoons not dessert spoons. ThanksI'm sorry if these spoons were different in size than you expected and I hope you will be able to put them to good use! It's difficult to gauge sometimes the proper use of antique cutlery as some table forks measure 27 cm and some just 20. In the future, I will also provide width measurements for my cutlery for better reference. Thank you for your custom and I do hope to see you again.
Well packed and as described
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|Rest of Europe||$40.06|