Cased Set 6 Commemorative Silver & Enamel Coffee Spoons, Birmingham, 1936
A good quality set of six cased silver and red enamelled Coffee Spoons made to celebrate the Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth on 12th May 1937. Depicting busts of the two Monarchs within a garter belt on a red enamel background.
By W H Haseler, Birmingham, 1936
Also stamped with a registered design number.
60 grams total weight.
The coronation of George VI and his wife Elizabeth as king and queen of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth took place at Westminster Abbey, London, on 12 May 1937. George VI ascended the throne upon the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII, on 11 December 1936, three days before his 41st birthday. Edward's coronation had been planned for 12 May 1937 and it was decided to continue with his brother and sister-in-law's coronation on the same date.
100 mm x 22 mm
In good condition with no damage or repair.
Case very clean on the outside . Hinges and catches working fine.
We are selling the silver items so please consider the case/box as our gift to you.
Seeing the box often indicates that the item has been well protected over the years.
The condition of the case varies but we will mention it if there are any major problems.
All our vintage and antique items are in used condition and may show signs it has had use.
They will not however have any major flaws that we will not mention.
You may wish to do further polishing on arrival to bring out their beauty.