A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.
A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.
A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.
A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.
A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.

A fine King's Pattern Serving Fork made in London in 1866 by George Richards Elkington.

1866 london

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£495 gbp
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The Fork is modelled in the King's Pattern and is double struck. The upper section of the blade and tines are beautifully pierced and engraved with trailing foliate motifs and scrolls. This unusual piece is of the finest quality and is engraved with a contemporary Crest and Motto. The Crest is that of MacGregor.

Length: 10.35 inches, 25.88cm.
Weight: 6oz
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