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1870s Lee & Wigfull (Sheffield) Silverplate Fish Serving Set, Antler Handles

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1870s Lee & Wigfull (Sheffield) Silverplate Fish Serving Set TheAntler Handles have sterling end caps We are offering... A beautiful C. 1870s electroplate fish serving set in its original box by the makers Lee & Wigfull. The set is ornately decorated with motifs of leaves & branches, and have antler handles both have ornate sterling end caps The antique silver is marked: "L & W" (Lee & Wigfull) Anchor mark (Assay office Birmingham) "S" (Sheffield) *along the top of the handles is the mark "R 27581" Founded in 1871 with George Shadford Lee as Senior Partner and Henry Wigfull, a Britannia metal smith and son of the owner of Sheaf Corn Mills on Forge Lane. By 1879 the business had been dissolved but Henry Wigfull did not change the company name when he registered the silver mark ‘HW’. Approx. Dimensions: Fork 10 3/4" Long Knife 13 3/4" Long Box 15" 5 1/4" 1 1/2" thick Approx. Weight: Total with box: 920g Without box: 444g Fork: 164g Knife: 280 g Condition: This antique fish serving set is in beautiful age-related condition. The Silver set shows some minor wear from use and comes in its original antique box. The box's back leather hinge is gone so the box is in two separate pieces. Please see all photos for complete description. State(s) Sales Tax may apply Shipping charges include professional packaging, handling, shipping costs, and insurance when necessary.LOC. F