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Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897

£49.00

Victorian silver sugar sifter, featuring a pierced shell bowl, with an unusual twisted wire design handle.

The sifter is fully hallmarked for London, 1897, and the makers Haseler Brothers (Edward John and Noble).
All hallmarks are crisp and clear.

The Haseler brothers operated from Branston Street, Birmingham.


The sifter is 10.8 cm (4.2") long. The pierced bowl is 3.8 cm (1.5") in diameter and 1 cm (.4") deep. It weighs 18 grams.
All measurements are approximate.


The sifter is in very good condition, though the bowl is very slightly misshapen.


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Item: 16I026 -

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Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 6I026aVictorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 hallmarks 6I026dVictorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 side 6I026bVictorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 underside 6I026c

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Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 6I026a
Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 hallmarks 6I026d
Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 side 6I026b
Victorian silver sugar sifter, London, 1897 underside 6I026c
Region Price Type
UK free2nd class recorded
EU £7.62 International signed for
Rest of europe £6.35 International signed for
Rest of world zone 1 - read more... £7.45 International signed for
Rest of world zone 2 - read more... £7.75 International signed for
 
 
 
 

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