Silver spoon set with amethyst London 1977


Hand made silver spoon hallmarked in London in 1977 with makers initials B.E.M. The spoon has an amethyst which has been set into its crown shaped terminal. The spoon most likely commemorates the Queens silver jubilee of 1977. The bowl has lovely planishing marks and carries on the reverse the full set of sterling silver hallmarks.

Length: 10.5 cms
Weight: 7 grms

Condition: In good antique condition commensurate with age and light/normal usage. Good set of hallmarks.

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