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Hallmarked In 1933
Hallmarked in London in 1933 by Joseph Walton & Co., this Sterling Silver Dessert Sets has three prong forks and Old English Long Pip handles. The dessert set comprises 12 knives and 12 forks and was retailed by John Vincent of Weymouth. The knives are 7.25 inches (18.5cm) long and the forks are 6.25 inches (15.5cm) long. Altogether the dessert set weighs 28 troy oz.
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Hallmarked In 1925
Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1925 by James Dixon & Sons, this desirable Sterling Silver Dessert Set comprises of twelve place settings and comes in its original blue velvet lined wooden box. The cutlery handles are mother of pearl and the silver is very plain, bar an elegant line of bright cut engraving on the top of the knife blade edges. The knives of this dessert set measure 7.5"((19cm) in length and the forks are 6.4"(16cm).
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Hallmarked In 1873
Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1873 by Henry Harrison, this distinguished Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Dessert Set has 18 place settings. The cutlery has an unusual engine turned and beaded design with a griffin crest.The knives and forks have been filled for a comfortable grip. The dessert set comes in a three tiered wooden box with a key. Th forks are 7"(18cm) long and the knives are 8.4"(21cm) long.
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Hallmarked In 1910
Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1910 by John & William Deakin, this pretty, Antique Edwardian, Sterling Silver Dessert & Fish Set has twelve place settings of each and serving pieces. The dessert pieces have mother of pearl handles, while the fish pieces have bone. There is floral and scroll engraving on the knife blades and pinprick engraving on the tine bases. The dessert forks are 6"(15cm) long and the knives are 7"(18cm) long. The fish forks are 7"(18cm) long and the knives are 8.25"(21cm) long. The fish serving knife is 11.75"(30cm) and the serving fork is 9.25"923.5cm). The whole set is presented in a blue velvet lined, fold down box. There is a presentation inscription on the cartouche to Mr J. Morris, on his retirement from the position of Superintendent of the Line on the Great Western Railway in 1910.
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