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A cased set of fish knives & forks for six, ivory handled with sterling collars

A Victorian sterling silver Christening knife and fork, floral engraved form, vacant shield to handle terminal; George Unite, Birmingham, 1866. Fitted box.

Antique boxed dessert set comprising of 6 knives and 6 forks with sterling silver collars and mother of pearl handles, in an oak case, sold by Fairfax and Roberts Ltd

Six, each Victorian silver fruit knives and forks with engraved blades and tines and crested ivory handles; George Unite, Birmingham 1875. (in fitted walnut box)

Two cased sets of sterling silver handled two-pronged forks

Boxed pickle fork, hallmarked silver handle, Birmingham 1897

Boxed set of Australian silver oyster forks, marked Flavelle silver in original box, 80grams

A set of six Australian silver cake forks, with individual native wildflower stems; Terry Walsh, Perth. (boxed)

Set of Four silver Birmingham nut dishes and a pair of nut dishes, two silver handled knives and a fork all in a Walker and Hall case

An Edward VII silver fish slice and fork in presentation case. Birmingham.

Boxed set of 6 sterling silver pastry forks, hallmarked London 1891

Boxed set of French 6 silver Oyster forks, Minerva marks, by Pierre Queille of Paris (1834 - 1846)

Six German silver cake forks, 'Hildesheim rose' pattern; 835 standard. (cased)

Cased set of 6 Australian sterling silver cake forks by Rodd

Cased set of 12 continental silver handled fruit forks and 11 knives

Edwardian cased silver dessert service, 12 knives and 12 forks with sterling silver handles, hallmarked Birmingham 1906, maker E. J. Partridge

Six Australian silver cake forks with pierced stems; Apex. (boxed for T. Gaunt & Co.)

Boxed set of Deco dessert knives and forks with green handles and silver fittings

Georg Jensen sterling silver serving fork together with Jensen silver butter knife, in original boxes

A sterling silver fish slice and fork with ivory handles, London 1909, cased

A boxed set of six Australian sterling silver oyster forks, Sargison's (Harold Sargison), Hobart, 1930s, the tines and spade-shaped terminals with a hammered finish, the square-section shafts with a twisted centre, the terminals monogrammed 'L' in cameo, f

McGuire and Jago, three piece carving set, comprising carving knife, fork, steel blades with ivory handles, engraved silver mounts, original fitted case, stamped 'Mcguire and Jago, 13 Union Street, Glasgow' (3)

Australian silver, a boxed set of six Sargisons of Hobart, sterling silver oyster forks

Hallmarked silver Manners fork in box hallmarked for London 1974. The Manners fork is the earliest English hallmarked fork on record. Made in London in the year 1632. Made for John Manners (afterwards 8th 'Earl of Rutland') the Grandson of Dorothy Vern of

Cased set of 6 Danish gilded sterling silver and enamel cake or oyster forks

A Continental silver and silver gilt boxed marrow set hallmarked 800, the eight piece set including a large serving fork and three serving knives, two long stemmed forks all with silver handles with a faux horn finish together with a fork and spade with si

A cased set of Solingen 800 silver fruit knives, forks & server

A set of six Norwegian sterling silver gilt and enamelled fruit forks. Kristian M. Hestenes, Bergen, mid-20th century, marked 'Sterling 925', each with two curved tines on a shaped flat engine-turned and enamelled shaft, each shaft enamelled in a different

A 20th century Australian sterling silver boxed set of six cake forks, retailed by Wendts and by Apex one fork of slightly different, by same maker and design

Cased set of sterling silver dessert servers, bead pattern and comprising cake knife with engraved blade and loaded handle, four-tined cake fork with loaded handle and grape shears all in fitted case and bearing marks for possibly j. Gilbert, Birmingham 18

An Edwardian cased carving set, circa 1912, housed in a walnut case comprising a sharpener, carving knife and fork, fish knife and fork and a pair of knife rests. All set with bone handles and sterling silver caps for Birmingham 1912. Unknown maker

Boxed sterling silver bread fork with mother of pearl handle.

Superb set of bone handled fish knives and forks in presentation case. Maker Walker & Hall