Posted 6 years ago
As soon as Sergio saw the beaker in the flea market decided to get it. After a quarter hour of negotiation he got it. The design is so jugendstil, the relief and definition of the lines is of high quality. Almost a year later, the napkin ring appear in another seller table. Finally?, two months later the porridge bowl with handles appear in the same one of the ring napkin. We feel that the spoon is missing. I remember this because of the recent post of Sean, both napkin rings have similar design though the maker is different. Our set is also German and most probably from the same period just before the first great war. I found a 15 piece set from 1890 done by Hugo Bohm that has the same marks, thus the makers mark is Hugo Böhm in Schwäbisch Gmüd founded in 1887. You can read more here https://auctionata.com/es/o/60171/childrens-silverware-with-case-hugo-boehm-15-pieces-c-1890?noredir=1 and here http://www.925-1000.com/Fgerman_marks_a1884.html - Thanks for any other data you can have.