1839 Antique Early Victorian Set Six Sterling Silver Teaspoons Spoons John & Henry Lias London Hallmarks

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English silver hallmarks for London 1839, (date letter “D")
Measurements 13.5 cm in length.
Condition Lovely antique condition, no splits or cracks, no solder repairs, and no nasty knocks or dents, just minor little age-related surface bruises from normal use, really nothing much at all. Initial “T*S” engraved on the handles.
Country: Great Britain
Maker: Silversmiths initials "IL HL” (I.L over H.L into a square) John & Henry Lias. A London silversmith firm whose origins go back to 1791, when John Lias began in business as a buckle-maker. In 1818 he took as his partner his son Henry Lias I and they were joined from 1823 to 1837 by another son, Charles. Henry Lias I and his son Henry Lias II were partners from 1850. In 1879 Henry Lias II formed a firm with James Wakely. In 1884 the firm consisted of James Wakely and Frank Wheeler, becoming Wakely & Wheeler in 1909. In 1957 the business was acquired by Padgett & Braham Ltd.
Hallmarked: 1839 London (date letter "D")
Metal: Silver (0.925)
Weight total weight of 6 Spoons ±: 77.30 g.
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