Late Victorian silver sifter of draining spoon embossed with fruit. Hallmarked in London in 1892.
Late Victorian Silver Embossed Sifter spoon 1892.
Beautiful silver sugar caster spoon or fruit draining spoon from the late Victorian era. The bowl is embossed with a pineapple and other fruit. The handle is delicately and elegantly engraved and the finials bears a vacant cartouche.
It was made by Josh Williams and Co (George Maudsley Jackson) and hallmarked in London in 1892.
It measures 16 cms long and the bowl is 5 cms across.
It carries clear crisp hallmarks.