For your consideration is a very beautiful Pair of Antique Danish Solid Silver Serving Spoons or Ladles, finely crafted by Albert Telemach Dreboldt, active in mid-late 19th Century, Copenhagen. This is a set of two gorgeous serving spoons/ladles, both wholly made of solid silver with partial gilt, finely adorned with gorgeous Neo Classical style on the handles. On the reverse side bears hand-engraved initial "C.E."
Excellent condition with beautiful patina acquire through decades.
Hallmarked the Danish "Three-Tower" mark of Copenhagen to guarantee minimum .826 purity solid silver. The year mark (two digits under the towers) is not legible. Assayer mark of Simon Groth, 1863-1904. Maker's mark of Albert Telemach Dreboldt, registered as a jeweller on 1836, active till 1878. French Importation Control mark "Ant", used in Paris 1864-1893.
Measurements & Condition
7.7 inch (19.5 cm) long x 1.7 inch (4.3 cm) wide, total 3.54 oz (100.4 grams)
Excellent Condition with minor sign of light use. A few age-related light scratch marks to note. Otherwise in quiet excellent shape. The Vermeil partial gilt finish is also in excellent condition, gold is still vivid and richly presented. Please refer the detail photos.
(Item Reference No.00535)
Pair of 19C Antique Danish Partial Gilt Silver Serving Spoons
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