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Sterling silver feature hallmark napkin hook

Sterling silver feature hallmark napkin hook

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Product Code: 3098
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A napkin hook, or serviette holder, is a clever invention dating from the Victorian times designed to protect your clothes from those embarrassing food stains. Simply slip a napkin into the clip and hook it into a button hole, through your tie knot or over your top. We're delighted they're back in vogue and recommend them as a unique "going home" gift for your guests - although maybe you'd like to present them at the start of a meal! This one is finely crafted in sterling silver with four distinctive feature hallmarks: the Sponsor's Mark depicting the company who sent the item to the assay office (that's us); the Standard Mark describing its finesse, or purity, inparts per thousand (925 means this item is sterling silver); the Assay Office Mark denoting the office it was assayed in (the leopard head refers to the London office); the Date Letter Mark showing the year in which it was tested and hallmarked. An unusual gift for a man or present for a woman.

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A napkin hook, or serviette holder, is a clever invention dating from the Victorian times designed to protect your clothes from those embarrassing food stains. Simply slip a napkin into the clip and hook it into a button hole, through your tie knot or over your top. We're delighted they're back in vogue and recommend them as a unique "going home" gift for your guests - although maybe you'd like to present them at the start of a meal! This one is finely crafted in sterling silver with four distinctive feature hallmarks: the Sponsor's Mark depicting the company who sent the item to the assay office (that's us); the Standard Mark describing its finesse, or purity, inparts per thousand (925 means this item is sterling silver); the Assay Office Mark denoting the office it was assayed in (the leopard head refers to the London office); the Date Letter Mark showing the year in which it was tested and hallmarked. An unusual gift for a man or present for a woman.

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