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Rare Edwardian silver shoe pin cushion hallmarked Birmingham 1901 by Adie & Lovekin Ltd

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A rare and fabulous, Edwardian  solid silver pin cushion in the novel form of a wonderful Georgian style shoe.  The plain polished shoe is beautifully decorated with a fine silver buckle and the original pad is in great antique condition.

Hallmarks are clearly visible on both sides of the pin cushion for the Birmingham Assay office with a date mark for 1901 and maker's marks for the silversmiths:  Adie & Lovekin Ltd.  The lion Passant indicating the finest sterling is also visible.

A wonderful pin cushion,  the superb craftmanship by the silversmith is clearly evident. A rare and collectable item!

Condition:  In lovely antique collector's condition.

Hallmarks and maker's marks:  Birmingham 1901 by Adie & Lovekin.

Measurements: Length of shoe:  6.5 cm Width:  2.5 cm Height:  3 cm 

Weight:  16.7 grams 

Weights and measurements are approximate.