London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS
MARK OF WM. HUTTON & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1906
Plain cylindrical (loaded) - 6 in. (15.50cm.) pr ladles, 1898; pr. fruit spns, single spn; 6 teaspoon + tongs, cased; 6 table spns, 4 dess. spns, 7 table forks, 9 dess. forks; 13 teaspoons, 6 table knives, 5 cheese knives, 6 tea knives (stainless blades) cream jug + 3 oddments. Weighable silver - 68 oz.
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