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Victorian Antique Solid Silver Trowel London 1851 (Cake / Pie Slice)

Reference
N3101
Height
37.2 cm (14 3/4")
Width
10.5 cm (4 1/4")
A Victorian Silver Trowel featuring an ornate handle with and engraved crest and a delicate engraving on the trowel. The handle has a small crest engraved on it. This trowel is a good weight, and are also often purchased to use as a cake slice.

The engraving states Presented to Willm Childs Webb Esquire, Mayor of Newport. In grateful acknowledgement of his laying the Foundation Stone of the New Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Risca, Monmouthshire. 2nd September 1951.

Made in London.
Date – 1851.
Date – George Adams.

Approx. Weight - 269.1g
Approx. Length – 372mm / 14 ½ inches
Approx. Width – 105mm / 4 ¼ inches

T/MTT
Height
37.2 cm (14 3/4")
Width
10.5 cm (4 1/4")
Year
1851
Medium
Solid Silver
Country
London
Signed
Engraved. Hallmarked.
Condition
This item is in good condition and has a full set of hallmarks.