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English Bone & Silver Forks, S/4
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CARE hand-wash
COLOR bone/silver
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 7.25" L x 1" W x 0.5" H
ERA Antique
MADE IN England
MADE OF bone/silver plate
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 01 - Oct 04
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Black-Eyed Susan's offers an inspiring collection of 18th- and 19th-century English Staffordshire ceramics, French majolica and faïence pottery, sterling silver tableware, and unique objets d’art. With over 30 years of experience in handling antiques, Susan carefully considers the aesthetic and condition of each treasure she acquires.
Why we love this
A set of four good quality bone and silver plate forks, marked JR&S for John Round and Sons, Sheffield, England, circa late 19th – early 20th Century. A pattern of three leaves is seen on the fork, an egg and dart ferrule secures the natural bone handles. Weighty, nicely balanced.
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