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Cased Antique Silver Folding Fruit Knife, Sheffield 1884, William Morton
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Cased Antique Silver Folding Fruit Knife, Sheffield 1884, William Morton

£155.00

Large English antique sterling silver folding fruit knife with mother of pearl handle and decorative blade, comes with original case (please note that the lid is detached from the base).

A wonderful clean knife, just one small imperfection on the mother of pearl, very difficult to spot and only very minor.

It is hallmarked from Sheffield in 1884 with the makers mark being that of William Morton.

It measures 160mm when opened and 90mm when closed, a much larger example than an average knife.

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Description

Cased Antique Silver Folding Fruit Knife, Sheffield 1884, William Morton

Large English antique sterling silver folding fruit knife with mother of pearl handle and decorative blade, comes with original case (please note that the lid is detached from the base).

A wonderful clean knife, just one small imperfection on the mother of pearl, very difficult to spot and only very minor.

It is hallmarked from Sheffield in 1884 with the makers mark being that of William Morton.

It measures 160mm when opened and 90mm when closed, a much larger example than an average knife.

DATE 1884
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK William Morton
ASSAY OFFICE Sheffield
WEIGHT (Grammes) 39
WEIGHT (Troy) …..
REF:- 640G

Additional information

Origin

English

Period

Victoria 1837-1901

REF CODE

640G

Sponsor/Maker

William Morton