A rare King's Pattern Child's Travelling Knife, Spoon & Fork.  Made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare King's Pattern Child's Travelling Knife, Spoon & Fork.  Made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare King's Pattern Child's Travelling Knife, Spoon & Fork.  Made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare King's Pattern Child's Travelling Knife, Spoon & Fork.  Made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Willmore.

A rare King's Pattern Child's Travelling Knife, Spoon & Fork. Made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Willmore.

1841 Birmingham

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The Spoon, Fork and Knife are of a smaller size and were most probably for a child for use when travelling. The set is modelled in the King's Pattern and is contained within a velvet lined red leather case, with vacant shield shaped cartouche on the cover. The Spoon also displays a detailed shell on the reverse of the bowl.

Length of Spoon: 6.25 inches, 15.63cm.
Length of Knife: 6.5 inches, 16.25cm.
Length of Fork: 5.45 inches, 13.63cm.
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