Navette shaped silver Edwardian mustard pot by Stokes and Ireland London 1902 with spoon and liner.
Edwardian Silver Mustard Pot with liner and spoon Stokes & Ireland London 1902
A lovely Edwardian silver mustard pot of elegant simple navette shaped design with blue glass liner by Stokes and Ireland. Hallmarked in London in 1902. This is a good sized mustard pot with a simple strap handle. It has a fine reeded decoration around the base and the top. Good hinge and thumb piece. The thumb piece has been designed like a pair of antlers or horns - please see picture - which are reflected in the stag with antlers on the end of the handle of the spoon.
The spoon is earlier having Victorian silver hallmarks Joseph and Albert Savory London 1849.
Height: 8.5 cms to top of thumb piece
Width widest point and including handle: 10.5 cms
Weight with spoon but without liner : 127 grams
Altogether with liner and spoon: 198 grams
Condition: In very good antique condition commensurate with age and light usage. Excellent hallmarks on the lid and side of the pot. Hallmarks clear on the spoon.