Openwork Cat Bookmark | Fully Hallmarked Solid Sterling Silver
A superb silver cat-themed bookmark sculpted in a contemporary openwork style. At almost 9cm tall and weighing in at over 10 grams this is a substantial piece of silver but the light and open design means that it is nicely balanced as well as attractive. The piece carries a full set of hallmarks from the London Assay Office.
Cast in solid sterling silver, our bookmarks are admittedly not as ruthlessly practical as a scrap of paper or an old train ticket stuffed between the leaves, but they are an awful lot more stylish!
They can be used as your daily bookmark to add a touch of luxury to your reading, or as a longer-term page keeper to mark an important or meaningful passage in a particularly special book. Slide one over a slip of card with a personal handwritten message to make a wonderful thoughtful gift for a cat lover, or simply keep as a display item to be treasured and enjoyed.
Presented in a luxury ribboned gift box.
We have a number of styles and sizes of beautiful solid silver cat-themed bookmarks available on the site. Why not explore our full selection and find your favourite.
Approximate Dimensions: 8.7cm x 1.9cm (at the longest/widest point)
Condition Report: A modern piece in good condition. Please note the slight crack at one side of the rear of the neck that can be seen in the photographs – it is barely noticeable, but would make this piece better suited for display or as a keepsake rather than as a regularly-used bookmark, as it could be a weak point in the very finely worked silver. It has been professionally cleaned and polished to a fine bright finish, but please remember that, as a soft metal, silver is always liable to show some slight marks and fine scratches from handling when inspected closely, even when brand new.
Material: Sterling Silver
Marks: 925 purity mark to upper rear of blade; full and clear set of hallmarks running vertically along the lower rear of blade with sponsor’s mark (TT), standard mark, 925 purity mark, Assay Office mark for London and date letter for 2004