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A very rare & unusual pair of George III Double Bladed Servers made in London in 1811 by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner.


The design of the servers is most unusual and may well have been a special commission. The bottom blade is partly pierced with five wide tines and the upper blade with a large divided panel of horizontal pails. The fiddle pattern handle is engraved with a very unusual frog Crest and the two blades are held together with a screw mechanism. The Servers could be used for a variety of purposes and are in excellent condition, displaying crisp hallmarks.

Length: 11.25 inches, 28.13cm.

Width of the bottom blade: 3 inches, 7.5cm.

Weight: 10oz.