A rare pair of George III Salad Servers made in London in 1809 by Thomas Brough.
A rare pair of George III Salad Servers made in London in 1809 by Thomas Brough.
A rare pair of George III Salad Servers made in London in 1809 by Thomas Brough.
A rare pair of George III Salad Servers made in London in 1809 by Thomas Brough.

A rare pair of George III Salad Servers made in London in 1809 by Thomas Brough.

1809 London

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The Salad Servers have old English Thread pattern handles, which are double struck. The fork has a wide blade with six tines. Both pieces are in excellent condition and are well marked. Salad Servers, from the Georgian period, of this form are scarce. The handles were made by the specialist handle and knife maker, Moses Brent and are hallmarked for 1809. Handles are usually by a specialist maker and the main section will be made by a different silversmith. Thomas Brough, was a specialist flatware and serving piece maker.

Length: 11.25 inches, 28.13cm
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