A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.
A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.

GEORGE ADAMS (worked 1840-1883)

A Victorian Invalid's Fork with knife blade.

1857 England

Offered by Peter Cameron

£375 gbp
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A Victorian single-struck bead edge pattern Fork with detachable knife blade, London 1857, George Adams.
Combination forks and knives were made for the use of invalids, usually with a fixed steel blade. The hallmarked silver blade is an unusual survival and could presumably be interchanged with a steel blade as necessary. The blade is fixed into position with a screw- on silver and steel collet
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Dimensions
Height 19.60 cm (7.72 inches)
Width 3.50 cm (1.38 inches)
Weight 84.50g (2.72oz t)
Stock Code
O4219
Medium
silver, steel
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
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