An impressive boxed pair of silver plated antler handle fish servers featuring an engraving of a naked Greek God fishing. (c.1890)
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|Maker||W. Brearley, Sheffield|
|Knife Length||33cm (13")|
|Fork Length||25.4cm (10")|
|Box Height||3.8cm (1.5")|
|Box Width||40.6cm (16")|
|Box Depth||12.7cm (5")|
An impressive boxed pair of silver plated antler handle fish servers. The blade features an engraving of a naked Greek God fishing. The antler handles have floral ferals and oval floral and fluted end caps. In very good original condition.
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