Browse our collection of antique silver, sterling silver and silver plate fish eaters and fish servers cutlery.
A very handsome and unusual pair of Victorian close plated lobster crackers, the hinged jaws have a serrated zig-zag design for gripping the lobster and a beaded style handle. In very good original condition. (Circa 1875).
A beautiful late Victorian boxed set of 24 silver plate fish eaters with Mother of Pearl floral feral and capped handles fitted in their original oak box. The knife blades are engraved with a floral leaf and vine decoration. All the cutlery is in very good original condition.
Good quality boxed set of six silver plated lobster picks with a central engraved lobster motif and fitted in their original black velvet lined box. (c.1940)
Pair of silver plated Victorian fish servers fitted in their original box. The blades are engraved with a floral and scroll pattern, the handles are beaded and have an empty scroll and leaf empty cartouche. (c.1880)
Georgian silver fish slice with a fiddle pattern handle and the crested blade is pierced with floral scroll work. (1834)
An impressive boxed pair of silver plated antler handle fish servers featuring an engraving of a naked Greek God fishing. (c.1890)
An unusual boxed pair of antique silver plated fish servers. (c.1890)
A splendid boxed pair of silver plated stag handle fish servers engraved with fans and flowers. (c.1890)
A very attractive pair of boxed Victorian silver fish servers. (1851)
Edwardian Mother of Pearl silver fish eaters with engraved thread and floral design on the blade (1903)
A boxed pair of antique silver and carved ivory handle fish servers. (c.1887)