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Set of Bernard Instone Enamelled Teaspoons*
Delightful set of six tea, or more likely, coffee spoons by Bernard Instone.
Hallmarked for the year 1930, each silver spoon is enamelled in a different shade of blue, with little highlights in various other colours.
The bowl has a shaped detail where it meets the handle, and is pointed at the tip.
Just 9 cm in length and in a box measuring 16 by 14 cm.