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A very fine George III Serving Slice made in London in 1770 by Thomas Nash I.


The Slice has an unusual rounded triangular blade with feather edge border. The blade displays a central arched section decorated with scroll work and an unusual pierced raying motif. This section is surrounded by a band of pluming scrolls and flowerheads, finely executed, as would be expected of this maker. The cast handle, also has a feather edge and the end is beautifully chased with scroll work. The handle is attached to the blade with a raying shell moulding. The reverse of the blade is engraved with a contemporary Crest and is very well marked. This piece is in excellent condition and the top end of the blade displays a wavy edge, decorated with a reeded band

Length: 11.25 inches, 28.13cm.

Width, at the widest point of the blade: 3.75 inches, 9.38cm