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A rare George III silver gilt Travelling Set made in London in 1817/1818 by William Eley & William Fearn


This set consists of a knife, spoon and fork and displays beautiful original gilding. It is modelled in a variation of the Kings Pattern called Shell and Laurel, which incorporates a shell at the top, a more elaborate honeysuckle device in the centre of the stem, and laurel decoration on the lower stems. This was a magnificent pattern which was first produced, as one might expect, by the great Paul Storr. Examples are almost impossible to find.

Length of knife: 8.6 inches.

Length of fork: 6.75 inches.

Length of Spoon: 6.9 inches