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Antique Victorian Silver Plated Folding Biscuit Box
Fenton Brothers of Sheffield
AED 3,000


Intricately decorated Antique Victorian silver plated folding biscuit box. Opening to an inner surface with perforated toast holders. The frame is shaped like tree branches, raised on four feet. The base is stamped "FBrs SEP", with Staniforth's Patent mark and the number "3741".

Fenton Brothers was a firm established in Sheffield, England in 1875 by John Frederick Fenton and Frank Fenton at the South Moor Works on East Street. They were initially known for their folding biscuit tins and supplied hotels, cruise ships, and restaurants with their goods. 

Item Details
Reference: #BSB048
  • Creator
    Fenton Brothers of Sheffield
  • Dimensions
    H 24 cm x W 21 cm x D 16 cm
  • Weight
    1 kg
  • Place of origin
  • Condition
    Very Good
  • Package
    COC Box/Bag
  • Period / Date
    c. 1875-1876
  • Materials & Techniques
    EPNS (electro plated nickel silver)
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