1901 Antique Victorian Era Sterling Silver Two Salt Pots and Two Spoons with Original Case Silversmith William Aitken Chester Hallmarks

2 Salt Pots - English silver hallmarks for Chester 1901, (date letter A").

Maker: William Aitken. Silversmiths initials “W.A” 1 Spoons - English silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1901, (date letter "b"). Another spoon - English silver hallmarks for Birmingham 1902, (date letter "c").

Maker: W & M Dodge (William Dodge). Silversmiths initials “WD”

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. Original box which has a velvet and silk lining. The box shows wear but in keeping with its age.

Country: Great Britain

Metal: Silver (0.925)

Measurements ±: Spoons 6.5 cm in length. Salt pots diameter is 4.5 cm and 5 in height.

Weight total of 2 Spoons and 2 Salt Pots ±: 57 g.

Authenticity unconditionally guaranteed!
SKU: VIP193-
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