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| A 13-inch long brightcut skewer by William Sumner, London 1790 crested with a demi-lion rampant grasping a fleur-de-lys.
|A 14-inch skewer with a shaped octagonal terminal, London, 1805 by Solomon Hougham.
|A 13-inch skewer by Eley and Fearn, London 1815 crested with a wing.
|A brightcut skewer by George Smith, London 1785 crested with a snarling lion erased.
|A 9.5 inch bright-cut skewer marked MK once only, possibly Danish circa 1820 by Morten Bjerring Knudsen of Vejle.
|A skewer with ring-and-shell handle, unmarked second half of the eighteenth century, crested --- a spear broken in three within a crown.
|A paper knife/poultry skewer with a cast foliate terminal by Theobalds and Atkinson, London 1839 crested with a pheon out of a coronet.