Antique Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Hallmarked Fiddle and Thread Victorian Salt Spoons 1845
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1845
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Elizabeth Eaton
WEIGHT: 1.61 troy ounces (1.76 ounces or 50.00 grams)
STOCK CODE: W021612
These pretty Victorian silver salt spoons have been well looked after and show very little signs of wear. They have gilded bowls -which are in wonderful condition- and the fiddle and thread pattern is equally appropriate for traditional and modern settings. This pair is nicely proportioned and could be used for a variety of condiments and spices, not just for salt.
They have an unusual and interesting crest a salamander surrounded by an aureole of fire, holding a cross in its mouth and with an arrow through the chest. The hallmarks are lovely and clear and its nice to note the female maker Elizabeth Eaton.
4 1/4" 11cm long
Heraldic Silver Ltd
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