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Boxed Art Deco Teaspoons*
A set of six Art Deco silver teaspoons embellished with enamelling.
In their original velvet and silk lined leather box with the retailer’s label still attached, these stylish spoons show a design detail in vivid green enamel at the ends of the handles.
At a fraction below 9.5 cm long, each one bears the maker’s mark of F.H. Adams & Co and the 1932 Birmingham hallmark.
The box, showing a few small but inevitable signs of wear, still fastens with a crisp snap.