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A very fine & unusual George III Serving Fork made in London in 1812 by William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner.

£ 775

The Serving Fork is modelled in an unusual form with a wide, rectangular, end section with six tines. The handle is modelled in the Old English Pattern and is engraved with an unusual contemporary Crest. The Fork is made from a very fine gauge of silver and is very well marked on the reverse of the stem. The partnership of Eley, Fearn and Chawner made very fine flatware and serving items.

Length: 10.75 inches, 26.88cm.
Width across the tines: 2 inches.
Weight: 5.5 oz.