Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - FISH KNIVES & FORKS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
Silver Lobster Pick
Made by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1934
Set of 12 Victorian Silver Fish Knives & Forks
With Fish Servers
Made by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1890
Victorian Silver & Ivory Fish Knives & Forks.
Made by Joseph Gloster of Birmingham in 1876.
12 Victorian Silver Fish Knives & Forks.
Made by William & Edward Hutton in London, 1884/1900.
Length of knife 8.5" (21.5cm). Total weight of silver 36.07 troy oz. (1,122g)
24 Silver & ivory fish knives & forks in a fitted case.
Made by W. & G. in Sheffield, 1912.
Length of knife 7.5" (19cm).
A set of Edwardian silver fish knives and forks.
Made by Mappin and Webb in Sheffield, 1907.
(One of the forks was made in Sheffield, 1913).
Length of knife 8.5" (21.5cm). Total weight 21 Troy oz. (654g).
A set of 24 Victorian silver & ivory fish knives & forks in a fitted case.
Made by Allen & Darwin in Sheffield, 1900.
(3 0f the fork handles have small cracks).
Length of knife 8.4" (21cm).
A set of 12 Victorian silver & ivory fish knives & forks in a fitted case.
Made by William Hutton and Sons in London, 1895.
Length of knife 8.5" (22cm). Length of case 9.5" (24.5cm).
Silver and mother of pearl fish knives & forks and servers.
Made by George Howson and Co in Sheffield, 1925.