A pair of English sterling silver serving spoons made by Sheffield silver smith Joseph Rodgers and sons and assayed in Sheffield in 1909. 

Pair of ornate silver serving spoons 1879

  • The spoons are gilded with gold on their bowls and the shaft and finials are ornately decorated with a couple in slightly different patterns. These are thought to have been "marriage spoons" presented to the happy couple on their wedding day.

    The spoons measure approximately 8 inches (20cms) long and 320 grams in weight (approx 10.3 Troy ounces)

    Superb quality the spoons are cased. The case is in sturdy condition with some scratching to the Moroccan leather outer surface. The spoons hardly any tip wear and may have never been used.

    The spoons are in good antique condition with clear crisp hallmarks.