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I have a boxed set of silver pastry/desert forks with the hallmarks DIXON and the 'bugle' hallmark followed by A1...they are currently in a wooden box with 'Harrods' on the inside...i'm not sure if this is their original box...please can you tell me the possible date they would have been made and advice if i should get them valued professionally.
I have included a pic showing the detail on the handles.
Thank you

Hi, Teegan.

i can't say definitely when these were made but I think late 19th century or later. The "A1" indicates they are made of silver plate#

I don't know the value but my guess would be that the value is not great. Silver plate pieces sold on the secondary market generally do not sell for high prices# For example, this set failed to receive any bids:

However, because this is an old line English company, I may be wrong.

Best wishes,


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