Silver-Plated Soup Spoons


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These silver-plated soup spoons are from England from the Watson & Gillott manufactory. According to the hallmark, it dates back to the years between 1910 and 1920. The spoons are in the original case and are marked EPNS. EPNS is the abbreviation for electroplated nickel silver. The gorgeous set fits every cutlery collection and it is a great accessory when you invite your family over for dinner. The spoons are one of those amazing pieces that will never fail to impress and that will also make a special gift for yourself or an antique lover. The vintage silver-plated soup spoons and the case are in great condition. There are no dents or other damages, just a couple of signs of age.

William Watson and Herbert Gillott established Watson & Gillott manufactory in 1896 in Sheffield. They mainly produced silver and electroplated cutleries.


Lenght: 19,5 cm

Length: 32 cm
Width: 22,5 cm
Height: 3,5 cm


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Weight 1.258 kg