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George III Old English pastry slice London 1796 George Smith William Fearn A George III Old English pastry slice, by George Smith and William Fearn London 1796, crested with an arm holding a broken lance and initialled {AC} .
Price: £345.00
Antique French butterknife A French butter-knife, prettily pierced and brightcut with turned wooden handle Paris 1st standard, 1818 -1838 crested with a greyhound grasping a heart impaled by 3 arrows.
Price: £225.00
silver slice An Old English thread military savoury slice by H. & H. Lias, London 1871 crested with a leopard.
Price: £165.00
small server Sheffield 1878 Martin Hall and Company A small server with engraved blade and engraved and beaded handle, by Martin, Hall and Company Sheffield 1878 (also marked on the handle).
Price: £150.00
silver slice A bright-cut pastry slice, by the Lias Brothers London 1873 .
Price: £145.00
silver slice

A fiddle pattern pastry slice, by Mary Chawner London 1835, engraved with the original crest of Colebrooke beneath a later Baron's coronet .
Price: Sold
 In 1906 Edward Arthur Colebrook (1861-1939), 5th Baronet of Gatton, was created 1st Baron Colebrooke. He had already served as Private Secretary to Earl Spencer as Lord President of the Council in 1886 and went on to hold several government posts. These included Lord High Commissioner to the Church of Scotland (1906-1907), Liberal Chief Whip in the House of Lords and Captain of the Honourable Corps of Gentleman-at-Arms (1911-1922) and was a deputy speaker of the House of Lords. He also served at the Royal Court as Lord in Waiting to the King (1906-1911), permanent Lord in Waiting (1924-1936) and Master of the Robes to Edward VIII (1936). In addition, he received the Order of St. Olaf of Norway, the Order of the Crown of Italy and the Legion D'Honneur from the French.

Victorian Fiddle pattern pastry slice London 1867 Francis Higgins A Victorian fiddle pattern pastry slice, by Francis Higgins London 1867 .
Price: £120.00
butterknife A Queen's pattern butterknife with diamond point heel , by the Lias Brothers London 1845, crested with a lion's head .
Price: Sold
Antique silver butterknife A cased fiddle pattern butter-knife,the symmetrical blade engraved with a border London 1880 by Aldwinkle and Slater initialled {GJN}.
Price: £95.00
A Victorian butterknife pierced handle London 1896 Maxfield & Sons Mercers Company

A Victorian butterknife with pierced handle and engraved blade, by Maxfield and Sons London 1896, engraved with the crest of the Mercers' Company on the front and initialled {P} on the reverse.
Price: £90.00

The Worshipful Company of Mercers' Company of London was given a Royal Charter in 1394 and is ranked first among the London livery companies. Dick Whittington, Lord Mayor of London (c.1354-1423), the printer William Caxton, the astrologer John Dee (1527-1608) and the founder of the Scouts, Robert Baden-Powell (1857-1941) were all members of this Company.

butterknife A butter knife with twisted stem and beaded trefoil terminal, by the Lias Brothers London 1865, crested with a griffin's head in beak a cross .
Price: £80.00
butter knife A butterknife with a sculpted ivory handle, by Martin, Hall and Company Sheffield 1871 .
Price: £75.00
butter knife An engraved fiddle pattern butterknife, by George Adams London 1854, crested for Robson-Scott of Ashtrees or Newton (both in Roxburghshire).
Price: £75.00
butter knife A China Trade fiddle pattern butterknife, made in Canton circa 1830 with pseudo London marks including the letter 'P'
Price: £75.00
The letter 'P' is believed to signify manufacture by WE/WE/WC. See Chinese Export Silver by Crosby Forbes et al, note 15, p88.
butter knife A mother-of-pearl handled butter knife, Birmingham 1870 by Hilliard and Thomasson.
Price: £72.00
butterknife A mother-of-pearl handled butterknife, by George Unite, Birmingham 1843.
Price: £68.00
Victorian Old English pattern butter knife engraved decoration Barnards London 1875 A Victorian Old English pattern butterknife with engraved decoration to both blade and handle, by the Barnards, London 1875 .
Price: £65.00
butterknife A mother-of-pearl handled butterknife, Sheffield 1849 by Aaron Hadfield, initialled {MG}.
Price: £65.00
butterknife A butterknife with engraved blade and curiously shaped handle by the Lias brothers, London 1862.
Price: £65.00
butter knife A fiddle pattern butterknife by Williams Brothers Exeter 1860, initialled {MCM}.
Price: £58.00
Brightcut silver butterknife A mother-of-pearl handled butter-knife with brightcut blade and moulded handle by George Unite, Birmingham 1875 initialled {AB} on the handle.
Price: £58.00
butter knife A butterknife with mother-of-pearl handle, by John Shekleton London 1801, initialled {S}.
Price: £48.00
butterknife A butterknife with curved brightcut blade and ribbed ivory handle Birmingham 1824 by Lee & Clark.
Price: £48.00
butter knife A fish knife with attractively engraved PLATED blade and hallmarked silver ferrule, Sheffield 1901. The bone handle carries complex initials.
Price: £38.00