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Antique Victorian Plate Jam Spoons in a Case

  • Sheffield, circa 1890
  • Dimensions: 6 1/8 inches in length

A lovely pair of Antique Victorian Silver Plate and Mother of Pearl Jam Spoons in their original case. Elaborately chased with a floral and scroll design which resonates around the bowl as well as a very detailed ‘collar’. A ferrule (or collar) is a small circular metal ring used for fastening mother of pearl, ivory or ebony handles. Sterling silver and silver plate ferrules were used quite often in the Victorian era when these types of handles were very fashionable.

These Antique Victorian Silver Plate and Mother of Pearl Jam Spoons look very attractive in their case. They are quite desirable and will always be a nice addition whether one wants to use them for themselves or give them as a gift. Mother of Pearl is quite beautiful and will look lovely at a breakfast table.

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