Silver Folding Fruit Knife
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Silver Folding Fruit Knife, Fork, Cased, Antique, Sterling, c.1800

£395.00

Antique sterling silver folding fruit knife and fork, each marked with duty head and lion passant.

In exceptional order, super tight to open suggesting little or no use, everything is perfect, quite remarkable condition for there age, you would think they were made recently, thats just how good these are.

They comes with original cardboard case.

Knife measures 146mm when opened and 81mm when closed.
Fork measures 143mm when opened and 80mm when closed.
The initials on each piece of CFD is that of the original owner whose name is written on the box (Charlotte Fitzherbert. Daysh)

Charlotte Fitzherbert Daysh married Cdr Hon Arthur Richard Turnour in 1829, who was the son of Edward Tunrour, the 2nd Earl Winterton whose ancestral family seat is Shillinglee Park in West Sussex.

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Description

Silver Folding Fruit Knife

Antique sterling silver folding fruit knife and fork, each marked with duty head and lion passant.

In exceptional order, super tight to open suggesting little or no use, everything is perfect, quite remarkable condition for there age, you would think they were made recently, thats just how good these are.

They comes with original cardboard case.

Knife measures 146mm when opened and 81mm when closed.
Fork measures 143mm when opened and 80mm when closed.
The initials on each piece of CFD is that of the original owner whose name is written on the box (Charlotte Fitzherbert. Daysh)

Charlotte Fitzherbert Daysh married Cdr Hon Arthur Richard Turnour in 1829, who was the son of Edward Tunrour, the 2nd Earl Winterton whose ancestral family seat is Shillinglee Park in West Sussex.

DATEc.1800
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK…………
ASSAY OFFICE…………
WEIGHT (Grammes)41 (excluding case)
WEIGHT (Troy)….
REF:-202O

Additional information

Origin

Unknown

Period

George III 1760-1820

Sponsor/Maker

Unknown

REF CODE

202O

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