The silver Hall Marked for London, bearing date letters for 1854, and the young Queen Victoria's head; the triangulated scrolled and pierced base dressed with foliates, and issuing six serpentine arms adorned with leaves and tendrils, supporting petal form cut and acid etched glass flower holders, and a single central column of conforming type.
London, Circa 1854
Stephen Smith & William Nicholson recorded their joint assay mark in 1850, working from Duke Street, adjacent to Lincolns Inn Fields, London.REF No. 8834
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