An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.
An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.
An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.
An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.
An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.

An extremely rare George IV combination Serving Fork and Knife made in London in 1828 by William Knight.

1828 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

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The Serving Fork/Knife is of a very unusual slender form and displays four tines and a side blade. This rare example would have been used as a serving fork and cutting implement, if required. This piece has an ivory handle, with reeded band where it is attached to the stem. Very few of these pieces were made, this being only the second we have offered over the years.

Length: 12.75 inches, 31.88cm.
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