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Antique Egg Caddy Silver Plated Leaf Three Cups Spoons English D&A EPNS

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Antique Egg Caddy Silver Plated Leaf Three Cups Spoons English D&A EPNS
This beautifully designed antique egg caddy is perfect for serving eggs at breakfast and using as a centerpiece with Easter eggs during Easter brunch. Think Downton Abbey just before the first world war... The leaf shaped tray has a graceful tendril handle with three holders for the spoons. The tray has three posts to hold the handled egg cups in place when being carried.

The back of each spoon bears the registry mark 630810 which dates this set to 1914. The bottom mark on the tray is D & A EPNS and G6514 (which I think is a pattern number). There is a hand etched mark of ZZZZ near one of the ball feet. D & A was established by Thomas Henry Daniel and Thomas Richard Arter at the Globe Nevada Silver Works, Highgate Street, Birmingham. The business closed in the 1930s.

The leaf tray is 7 by 5 3/4 inches at its widest points. The height to top of the handle is about 5 1/2 inches. Each egg cup is 3 inches high. Each spoon is 4 5/8 inches long. Condition is very nice with no noticeable loss of silver, no dents. Some very minor surface scratching only.

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Antique Egg Caddy Silver Plated Leaf Three Cups Spoons English D&A EPNS

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silver, silverplate, silver plate, plated, epns, english silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 600 reviews
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