Spoon, ottoman (2) - .900 silver - Turkey - Late 19th century

Description
Spoon, ottoman (2) - .900 silver - Turkey - Late 19th century
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 65.3 g

The Ottoman tradition of punching the tugra of the sultans of the period on all sorts of silver items is quite old. According to my findings in my research, the oldest stamp that I could find was II. Belongs to Beyazid. II. From white VI. Mehmet Vahdedin'a until the beginning of the 29 sultans, but there were found pieces of cutlery with the 20’in tuğra. This is unusual, II. Bayezid’s father, Fatih Sultan Mehmed’s tugra, of 15 dirh of bronze, is found in the same kind of seal and is used to show that is a mark of the same kind.

Lot details
No. of items
2
Object
ottoman, Spoon
Material
.900 silver
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
Turkey
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
16×16×16 cm
Weight
65.3 g
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