Silver sifter spoon, Victorian hallmarked, Cooper Bros Sheffield
Antique sterling silver sifter spoon with engraved handle and pierced, reeded bowl, hallmarked for Sheffield in 1894.
This lovely example of Victorian flatware has an Art Nouveau style engraved design of a bell flower and scrolls to the handle, topped with a blank cartouche.
The spoon was made by the Cooper Brothers - a very highly regarded silversmith in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The spoon weighs 34g - just over a troy ounce. Length is approximately 15.5 cm/6 inches.
This is a lovely serving piece for the table.
Condition is good. No dings, dents or other damage. There are minor surface scratches and a few tiny pocks as you would expect of a previously used item. However, this quality of cutlery is mellowed and enhanced by a little wear like this.
Postage will be by tracked and signed delivery.
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