Antique Letter Opener

Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900

Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900

Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900
Antique Sterling silver handled letter opener, hallmarks are worn and the date letter and makers mark can not be made out. One small dink to the silver cartouche area of handle otherwise in good order, blade has a small chip near the end. Measures approx 11 1/4 inches in length. Founded in 2006, Dart Silver Ltd has many years of experience in the antique silver sector, and provides a large selection of silverware to clients throughout the world. The company is based in Grangemouth near Falkirk in Scotland, UK. Dart Silver Ltd are one of Scotland's leading online antique silver specialists with regular customers from all over the world. There is always a good selection of Scottish Provincial silver as well as a varied selection of goods from antique to modern, with prices from a few pounds to a little bit more. Dart Silver Ltd has an expanding customer base, located throughout the world, including many regular and loyal customers. The company is managed by Colin Stoddart who has been working in the Antiques trade for many years. Colin is keen and passionate about all aspects of silver so you're always assured of a friendly and professional approach. The item "Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900" is in sale since Thursday, January 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Other Solid Silver".

limited" and is located in Grangemouth. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Product: Letter Openers
  • Style: Edwardian
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Composition: Solid Silver


Antique Silver Letter Opener c. 1900