Ladle silver plated origin Poland after 1914
Marked by the inscription "Fraget (" Fraget of Warsaw ")
Two letters "B.M." is a shortening of Polish words "BIALY METAL" ("white metal" or alpaca).
The diamond by the letter "N" stands for "normal thickness of silver deposited on the surface of the base metal (typically brass)." The inscription "GALW" in a cartridge made by a "serif" font, is the shortening of the Polish word "of GALWANIZACJA" ("GALVANISATION"), explaining the method of deposit of money.
5 must be the quality or the thickness deposited on the object.
Weight: 148gr Length: 29cm