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ABERDEEN. An extremely rare combination Serving Fork and Knife made in Aberdeen circa 1820 by William Jamieson.


This exceptionally rare piece is modelled in a slender fiddle pattern form and the end has three slender tines and an unusual shaped side section which would have been used for cutting the food being served. The section, above the tines, is pierced with a shield shaped motif. This is one of the rarest Scottish Serving pieces we have ever offered over the years, and is most unusual coming from one of the Scottish Provincial centres of silver production. It is in quite excellent condition, is of a fine colour and is very well marked.

Length: 10.75 inches, 26.88cm.

Weight: 5oz.