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A very rare pair of George III Antique Servers made in London in 1811 by Thomas James.


The Servers are modelled in the fiddle pattern and have most unusual serving blades with five tines and a shaped edge for cutting. The blade is also pierced and engraved with a very unusual floral boss, enclosed by a prick dot frame. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary Crest and each is very well marked. It is most unusual to find servers of this design in pairs. Thomas James produced very unusual designs, especially caddy spoons.

Length: 10.1 inches, 25.25cm.
Weight: 8oz.