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Indeification help: James Dixon & Sons I believe

Hello I am just looking to clarify if this is in face a
James Dixon & Sons, post 1879 silver piece.

This is a set of 6 Strawberry forks am I correct?
Doesn’t look to be silver plate.

Any assistance in Age, Styling, and proper name for utensel will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!
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You are right with James Dixon & Sons, but it is electroplate. I can’t help with date as electroplate is impossible to date accurately, 3-pronged forks are not the usual sort but tend to be found in dessert sets, so strawberry fork is probably as good a name as any.

Thank you for your help it is greatly appreciated!

Just to clarify, the Bugle (which replaced the trumpet…) does that mean electroplate?

No the bugle does not mean electroplate - it’s just Dixon’s trademark. It’s electroplate (or even possibly white metal) because it is not hallmarked.