Spoon, Sugar bowl (8) - .925 silver - Maurice Freeman and William Devenport - U.K. - 1901 and 1913

Description
Spoon, Sugar bowl (8) - .925 silver - Maurice Freeman and William Devenport - U.K. - 1901 and 1913
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 227 g

Antique 8 pieces set of London 1901 sterling silver square shaped Gothic Revival sugar basin embossed with 6 panels depicting Anna of Brittany Royal court scene by Maurice Freeman together with 6 figural finials spoons and a pair of Birmingham 1913 sugar thongs by William Devenport in period box.

Fully hallmarked the sugar basin London Assay Office "F" guarantee for foreign sterling silver silverware and "f" 1901 date letter together with "M.F" Maurice Freeman mark. All 6 spoons and sugar thongs with Birmingham Assay Office guarantee and "o" 1913 date letter together with "W.D" William Devenport silversmith's mark

Sugar measurements 10,5 cm X 10 cm X 8 cm
Spoons and sugar thongs lenght 10,5 cm
Total silver weight 227 grams

Box measurements 21 cm X 13,5 cm X 2,5 cm

In fine original 118 and 103 years old condition without repairs but with two very minor scrolls missing as you can see in pictures

International buyers welcomed
Worldwide registered mail shipping
Professional packing

Lot details
No. of items
8
Object
Spoon, Sugar bowl
Material
.925 silver
Designer/ Artist
Maurice Freeman and William Devenport
Estimated Period
1901 and 1913
Country of Origin
U.K.
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
227 g
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