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A very rare George III Serving Trowel made in London in 1771 by Richard Meach.


The pierced trowel shaped blade is decoarted with a central fish surrounded by a border of billowing water weeds. The blade also displays an outer band of trailing foliate scroll work. This example has an Old English Pattern handle, attached to the blade with a cast double shell moulding. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary Crest and the slice is very well marked on the reverse. This Slice is illustrated in Investing in Silver, by Eric Delieb, page 126.

Length: 10 inches, 25cm.

Width of the blade at the widest point: 3.9 inches, 9.75cm.

Weight: 5oz.