Silver Canteen of Cutlery in a Box
Date: 1913 - 1924
Maker: Henry Atkin
An outstanding item. A comprehensive set of sterling silver cutlery for 12 people in an attractive plain style with scalloped...
An outstanding item. A comprehensive set of sterling silver cutlery for 12 people in an attractive plain style with scalloped ends. Total 109 silver pieces plus a set of 12 dinner and dessert knives. Each piece (excluding knives and fish cutlery) has an engraved crest and motto “Nil Sine Labore”. All in a marvellous fitted wooden box in the form of a miniature bureau with inlays and serpentine front. Weight excluding knives and fish cutlery 4368 grams, 140.4 troy ounces. Most of the silver pieces are Sheffield 1913-1924, maker Henry Atkins.
Literature: 12 Soup Spoons 18.5 cms, weight 843 grams HA 1923
12 Dessert Spoons 17.5 cms, weight 604 grams HA 1922/24
6 Table Spoons 22 cms, weight 502 grams HA 1919/20
Sugar Tongs 11 cms, weight 23 grams HA 1922
2 Sauce Ladles 16.5 cms, weight 137 grams HA 1923
Basting Spoon 31 cms, weight 178 grams HA 1924
Soup Ladle 30 cms, weight 231 grams HA 1924
Fish cutlery with silver blades and ivorene handles:
Fish Servers: knife 29 cms, fork 21 cms, Levesley Brothers 1924
12 Fish Forks 18 cms, Levesley Brothers 1924
12 Fish Knives 21 cms, Levesley Brothers 1924
12 Table Forks 20 cms, weight 816 grams HA 1923
12 Dessert Forks, 18 cms, weight 579 grams HA 1924
4 Salt Spoons 7.5 cms, weight 26 grams HA 1913
Mustard Spoon 9.5 cms, weight 13 grams HA 1913
16 Teaspoons/egg spoons 12.5 cms, 322 grams HA 1920/24
Butter Knife 16 cms, weight 33 grams HA 1924
2 knife rests 8 cms, weight 61 grams Martin Hall 1922/3
12 dessert knives with stainless steel blades and ivorene handles
12 dinner knives with stainless steel blades and ivorene handles.
Signed/Inscribed: The crest and motto is that of the Atkinson family of Nottingham who were involved for many years with the Royal Mint and were fellows of the Royal Company of Moneyers. The crest is Pheon Or or golden barbed arrowhead. Information courtesy of yorktrader2009.
A fine silver cutlery set in very good condition with no damage or restoration. Each silver piece has silver marks which are clear and easy to read (some pieces have different dates and makers). The box is very good condition, there are 4 small pin prick marks where a nameplate has been removed (see photo). The 5 piece carving set and 2 egg spoons are missing. There is a very slight variation in the length of the teaspoons. Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.
Maker: Henry Atkin
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