This fine pair of sterling silver menu holders which are of high quality are made by JW Benson and are fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1922.
They come complete in the original retailer's (Page Keen & Page) wooden box.
Page Keen & Page of Plymouth held a Royal appointment and supplied high quality silver for naval and civil ceremonies.
These menu holders which are designed as a Naval Crown could also be used to display a photograph, business card or party invitation and looks very nice on display just on it's own.
This would make a great collectors piece for a menu holder or Naval item collector and would make a lovely gift.
Material: Solid silver.
Maker: JW Benson Ltd.
Hallmarked: Fully hallmarked with Lion for sterling silver. Birmingham. Date letter X for 1922 and with the maker's mark for JW Benson Ltd. Pace, Plymouth.
Size of each menu holder:
Height 2.65 cm (1") approx.
Depth 2.65 cm (1") approx.
Width 3.65 cm (1 3/4") approx.
Total weight for both menu holders: 48 g.
Condition: Excellent used antique condition with only light signs of use in keeping with age. Please see pictures.
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