A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.
A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.

A very fine pair of Fish Servers made in London in 1861 by George Adams.

1861 London

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£795 gbp
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The Fish Servers are modelled in the Fiddle Pattern. The blade of the knife has a reeded border and the centre of the blade is pierced with scroll work and a central flower head. The Fork has four tines and and is also pierced with scroll work. The Knife and Fork are in excellent condition, are of a good weight and thick gauge of silver. Both display a crisp set of hallmarks.

Length of Knife: 12.5 inches, 31.25cm.
Length of Fork: 10 inches, 25cm.
Weight: 9oz
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