"Silver Travel Cutlery In Their Case"Fine cutlery in silver in their original case in red leather decorated with a frieze gilded iron and 2 initials: SD on the lid and closing with 2 original metal hooks in good condition. The receptacle holds a large spoon, a fork and a small silver spoon (very tight in the box) 3 weighing 122 grams. Each one has a first-grade silver hallmark and a goldsmith's mark that I could not decipher. The little spoon has the punch "the old man" (1819-1838) the other two: the punch "the Minerva" (from 1838). This explains that the 2 largest pieces were made just after the teaspoon around 1838. The decor and the initials SD leave no doubt about the homogeneity of the whole. The interior is covered with red tinted chamois, the receptacle containing the cutlery is removable using a fabric side tab. Note: a beautiful collector's item, little wear on cutlery and the case. Free delivery for metropolitan France.