19thc victorian mother of pearl and silver plate dessert canteen in original mahogany case

19thC Victorian mother of pearl and silver plate dessert canteen in original mahogany case.



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19th century Victorian circa 1897 silver plate and mother of pearl dessert service canteen comprising 12 pieces or 6 pairs of cutlery by Jonathan Bell and Son of Sheffield. Found in the original very good quality mahogany fitted case with brass plaque to exterior and blue lining to fitted interior.
A very good quality service, simple and elegant, with a beaded detail to the forks.
Size-knive 7 7/8 inches long by .75 inches wide. Fork-6 5/8 inches long by .75 inches wide. Case-11.25 inches long by 9.5 inches wide.
Mother of pearl handled cutlery is very sought after.
In very good condition with just two very small spots of minor plate wear to 2 knives.
Also very useful for cheese, butter and fruit.
A very nice and practical set.
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Internal Ref: 5494

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