For your consideration is this (14) piece lot of sheffield silverplated flatware. These pieces are either marked “JE&SS EP” for Joseph Elliot & Sons Electroplate, or “TT & Co EP” for Thomas Turner Electroplate. The knife is marked “RMEH” on the handle along with other markings on the blade, which tells me it is “Martin Hall & Co”.
(1) Tongs – Joseph Elliot & Sons- 4 1/2″ long and 1 5/8″ wide.
(2) Spoons – Joseph Elliot & Sons- Also marked “M” on handle – 5 7/8″ long and 1″ wide.
(10) Spoons- Thomas Turner- Also marked “H” on handle- 5 1/8″ long 1 1/8″ and wide. Undersides show some silver loss.
(1) Knife – Martin Hall & Co- See pictures for markings- 8 7/8″ long and 1″ wide.
CONDITION: These pieces show light usage wear, please see the above individual description and the pictures for more details.
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