Lot: consisting of 3 silver spoons.
1 large occasion spoon: Given to a resident of Friesland in 1994. See the text on the back van the spoon.
The handle of this exquisite spoon is finished with the Saint Bonifatius from Dockum. (Very well-known Bishop: from, among others, Utrecht). Died in Dockum: in the year 755. Dockum is an old city with an historic past. Is a city of the province Friesland.
Provided with various Dutch silver hallmarks: lion passant (II), Minerva, year letter etc. Made in 1973.
Weighs 69 grams; very solidly made and is in a very neat condition. Total length is approx. 21 cm and the surface of the bowl is approx. 7.4 x 4.7 cm (optimally measured).
He was murdered in Dockum at the age of 80: by Frisian Heathens and buried in Fulda; a city near Frankfurt (Germany). He was born in England (Crediton).
The 2nd spoon: symbolizes the city coat of arms of Amsterdam: hallmarked with the old Dutch Sword (1906-1953). Stands for 1st and 2nd grade content silver objects. And carrying the master-/maker’s mark.
Weighs 20 grams and is in a very neat condition.
Length is approx. 12.3 cm in total.
The surface of the bowl is approx. 3.8 x 3.0 cm.
Both the handle and the bowl have refined decor and detailing.
The third spoon symbolizes the City Hall of Venlo.
Also hallmarked with the old Dutch sword.
This spoon also has refined decor and detailing. This one is also in a very neat condition. The weight is 13 grams.
The length is approx. 11 cm in total.
The bowl is approx. 3 x 2.5 cm.
This beautiful lot will be packaged with the utmost care prior to registered shipment.
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