A Service of Silver and Mother of Pearl Fruit Cutlery

An exquisite service of silver and mother of pearl fruit cutlery made in Sheffield in 1960. The set contains 12 knives and 12 forks, in a beautiful, virtually unused condition. The mother of pearl is in very high polish. The set is contained in an oak box which is in wonderful condition.

Each knife measures 19.3 centimetres (7.6 inches) and each fork measures 15.8 centimetres (6.2 inches).

Type: Canteen
Function: Dining
Maker: Henry Atkin
Country: England

Price: £ 650 GBP

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