enquiries@acsilver.co.uk +44 (0) 191 240 2645
Chinese Flag  Italian Flag  Spanish Flag  French Flag  German Flag  Russian Flag  Japanese Flag  United Arab Emirates
AC Silver lights background
Trade Associations Trusted Shops
line

View Basket (0 items)

 FREE DELIVERY  NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL  FULLY INSURED

SOLD - Sterling Silver Nautilus Sugar Sifter Ladle - Antique Edwardian

A fine and impressive, unusual antique Edwardian sterling silver nautilus sugar sifter ladle; part of our silver flatware collection

SKU: A3888
SORRY ITEM SOLD

SOLD - Sterling Silver Nautilus Sugar Sifter Ladle - Antique Edwardian
SOLD - Sterling Silver Nautilus Sugar Sifter Ladle - Antique Edwardian

Description


This fine and unusual antique Edwardian sterling silver nautilus sugar sifter ladle has a turban shell shaped form.


The shaped bowl of the sifter is embellished with fluted decoration accented with pierced swirl motifs to one side.


The interior of the bowl of the ladle is gilded.


The sugar sifter is fitted with a King's shape handle ornamented with applied gadroon decoration accented with a scrolling leaf decorated vacant cartouche.


The reverse surface of the handle is plain.


The silver sugar sifter is fitted to the original leatherette presentation with a velvet and blue satin lined interior, securing with a hinged catch.


The interior of the box features the retailer's mark 'The New Nautilus Sugar Sifter, Pat No 17124'.


Date: 1906

Condition


This antique sugar sifter is a very good gauge of silver, fine quality and exceptional condition.

The sugar sifter has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.

Full hallmarks struck to the exterior surface of the bowl are very clear.


Reflections in photograph may detract from the true representation of this fine example of Edwardian silverware.


Dimensions


Length 13.5cm/5.3"

Width of shell 5.6cm/2.2"

Height of shell 4cm/1.6"


 
 
May we also suggest…
SOLD - Sterling Silver Nautilus Sugar Sifter Ladle - Antique Edwardian is currently not available, but we thought you might be interested in these related items:
Web site currency conversion
Back To Top of Page
Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
read more
 
Register & Login
Delivery & Returns
Privacy & Security
Frequently Asked Questions
Customer Feedback
Help & Information
Investment
News
 
view map