An early set of six silver Japanese spoons hallmarked and retailed by Liberty & Co
These spoons mark the very beginning of Liberty’s venture into silver. They are hallmarked for Liberty, London 1893, the first year Liberty registered its London hallmark. These spoons were most likely made in Yokahama and also carry the Japanese makers mark S.M. The spoons are in their original box, stamped with Liberty’s logo and Regent Street address. In perfect condition they are a true collectors item or museum piece.
Maker: SM for Liberty & Co
Marks: Ly & Co, London “S” and import mark. SM maker’s mark
Material: Sterling silver
Condition: Excellent. Box exterior shows signs of wear.
Size: 10 cm long
Weight: Each spoon 9 grams