An Antique Sterling Silver flatware set in the Old English PatternSOLD

Here we offer a beautiful set of sterling silverware. This beautiful sterling silver cutlery set of English silver flatware was made in Sheffield by John Round. It was made in the Edwardian period- different dates but all by the same maker.

This silver canteen of cutlery comprises of:

12 Table Forks,
12 Soup Spoons,
12 Dessert Forks,
12 Dessert Spoons,
12 Tea Spoons,
A large Soup Ladle, pair of Sauce Ladles and a pair of Serving Spoons.

In total there are 65 pieces of sterling silver flatware. All pieces are hallmarked John Round and circa 1900. They have been professionally polished and are in wonderful condition!

There are no knives with this set, but I have a number of different options for knives which may suit you- please contact me for details! A very fine set of English silver flatware, by a renowned maker of fine sterling silverware.

Type: Canteen
Function: Dining
Maker: John Round
Country: England


Need more info? Contact James Baldwin Antiques regarding this item.





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