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
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
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 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
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
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