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 Etui An etui with engraved shagreen case containing 2 knives, a 2-tine fork, a corkscrew and a bodkin, each with screw-in thread to fit one of 2 handles -- and a nutmeg grater — the fittings circa 1740, the case perhaps later.
Price: £850.00
 cased knife and fork A cased telescopic knife and fork in leather case, mid-eighteenth century.
Price: SOLD
 6 knives      A set of six silver-gilt dessert knives with cast handles incorporating vines and wheat, the steel blades bearing the retailer',s mark of Storr and Mortimer of London, by William Theobalds and Robert Atkinson, London 1838.
Price: £645.00
4 knife rests Robert Garrard 1881 A set of four heavy knife rests, by Robert Garrard London 1881, crested with an arm in armour holding a dagger .
 Apple corer An engine turned apple-corer with screw-in blade by John Tongue, Birmingham 1841 initialled LR.
Price: £325.00
 6 knives

A set of six thread-and-shell pattern dessert knives with silver blades with both blades and handles marked by P of Canton circa 1820.

  Suitable for use with either Old English thread-and-shell or fiddle-thread-and shell services

Thread and Shell carving spoon and fork London 1839 Mary Chawner A Victorian pair of Old English thread and shell/fiddle, thread and shell pattern carvers, by Mary Chawner in London 1839, the blade marked NORMAN .
Price: £275.00
Antique silver knife-fork A fruitknife and fork pair with mother-of-pearl handles, by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1865, the fork lacking a patch of foil .
Price: £275.00
A pair of Queen Ann table knives circa 1710 crested for Baron Fairfax of Cameron

A pair of Queen Anne table knives with later steel blades and silver handles (incorporating a stylised rattail) circa 1710 crested for Thomas Fairfax 6th Baron Fairfax of Cameron (1693-1782).  The handles are marked with a leopard's head,
Price: £245.00

The Barony of Fairfax of Cameron was created in 1627 and the second Baron served as a prominent Parliamentary general in the British civil wars of the 1640s. Thomas 6th Baron Fairfax (1693-1781) inherited the title from his father in 1710, along with the family estates, but also inherited 300,000 acres in Virginia from his mother in 1719.

During his minority, many of his estates in Yorkshire were sold and, following a visit in the late 1730s, he settled in his American lands in 1747. Shortly after his arrival, he made the acquaintance of a young man with distant family links to the Fairfax family — George Washington. The 6th Baron Fairfax was the only British peer to be resident in America during the War of Independence, dying there in 1782 aged 90. His cousin, the 8th Baron (again resident in America) served as chief mourner at George Washington's funeral (despite having been a British loyalist throughout the War of Independence).

 Knife and fork pair An hourglass pattern child's knife and fork in original red leather case, Birmingham 1823 by Joseph Taylor.
Price: £195.00
 Cake knife A mother-of-pearl handled cake knife with engraved blade by George Unite, London 1868.
Price: £175.00
 fruitknife A fruitknife cased in silver, by J. Lawrence and Company Birmingham 1830.
Price: £155.00
Fruit knife A folding fruitknife, unmarked circa 1760 .
Fruit knife and fork A fruit knife and fork with green stained handles in a morocco leather case, made in Sheffield circa 1800.
Price: £145.00
 knife rests A pair of knife rests, by Joseph Wilmore Birmingham 1834 (also marked on the ends).
Price: £145.00
Fruit knife A fruitknife, the case decorated with specimens of different coloured granites, by EB Birmingham 1894 .
Price: £140.00
Pair butter knives A pair of butter knives with mother of pearl handles, by Martin, Hall and Company Sheffield 1859, initialled HDB.
Price: £140.00
Fruit knife A folding fruitknife with chased silver case and scimitar-shaped blade, unmarked circa 1750 .
Fruit knife A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife with brightcut blade and shell-capped handle marks worn, probably Sheffield circa 1810.
Price: £125.00
Cheese knife A cheese knife of unusual design with bone handle, by Robert Pringle London 1897 (hallmarked on blade and handle) .
Price: SOLD

An hourglass variant table knife with W. Peter stamped into the die, Dublin circa 1815 made for Walter Peter .
Price: £120.00

Walter Peter (d. 1845) was a jeweller in Dublin from 1796-1812. He was first recorded in 1794 when he was made a Freeman of the Dublin Goldsmiths Company. He had a shop in Peter Place, Charlemont Street from 1796-1801, and 102 Grafton Street in 1802. He was a Warden of the Dublin Goldsmiths' Company from 1800-1803 and served as Master from 1806 to 1807. In addition to this he was elected to the Common Council of the City of Dublin in 1807, 1813 and 1825. The dies for this flatware appear to be the only ones recorded which include the name of a goldsmith.
2 knives available

Pair knife-rests A pair of knife-rests of customary form, London 1822 and 1824, by W?.
Price: £120.00
 knife A decorated tableknife with pistol-grip handle, by Dru Drury London circa 1770, crested with a demi lion rampant collared .
Price: £110.00
Fruit knife A fruitknife with brightcut edge to blade and brightcut printies probably Sheffield circa 1800.
Price: £110.00
Fruit knife A fruitknife with shaped and engraved m-o-p handle by George Unite, Sheffield (!) 1853.
Price: £110.00
Knife rest A knife-rest with pierced ends, by George Knight London 1824.
Price: £110.00
Dessert eaters A pair of dessert eaters with mother of pearl handles and silver mounts, engraved with the crest of a demi tiger holding an anchor, the fork was assayed by Robert Peppin in London in 1819 and the knife by William Chawner in 1821.
Price: £95.00
(three pairs of dessert eaters from this service are available)
Dessert knife and fork A dessert knife and fork with mother of pearl handles and silver gilt mounts by Robert Peppin London 1823, the knife blade is initialled {CDG}.
Price: £95.00
Fruit knife A folding fruitknife with mother-of-pearl case and engraved border to blade, provincial circa 1790.
Price: £95.00
Cheese knife circa 1970 Linley

An Elizabeth II steel cheese knife with skeletal blade and wooden handle, by David Linley of London circa 1990 .
Price: £85.00

David Armstrong-Jones, styled Viscount Linley 1961-2017 and Earl of Snowdon from 2017, is the nephew of Queen Elizabeth II (daughter of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon). He founded his own firm around 1985, making bespoke and de-luxe furniture and wooden objets.

Fruitknife A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife with decorated blade and eye-shaped cartouche provincial, probably Sheffield, circa 1800.
Price: £80.00
Fruit knife A fruitknife cased in mother-of-pearl, by Samuel and William Kirby Sheffield 1830 .
Price: £75.00
Fruit knife A mother-of-pearl cased fruit knife, Sheffield circa 1790.
Price: £75.00
Fruit knife A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham circa 1820.
Price: £70.00
A plain mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife by Thomas Nowill, Sheffield circa 1800.
Price: £65.00
Quill cutter A quillcutter with mother-of-pearl case, circa 1840.
Price: £60.00

A dessert knife with ridged mother-of-pearl handle and silver blade, ferrule and cap, London 1805 by Moses Brent, crested with a boar's head in pale erect.
Price: £58.00  
 (3 available) 

Fruit knife A fruit-knife with mother-of-pearl handle with plain handle by Hardy, Bell and Co., Sheffield 1834.
Price: £58.00
Fruit knife A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife, the case engraved with flowers, the blade brightcut; by Atkins and Oxley, Sheffield 1840 initialled IB, (a.f.).
Price: £55.00
 knife A dessert knife with wrigglework border, by Sydenham Peppin London circa 1800, crested for Fowke .
Price: £45.00
 knife A dessert knife with wrigglework border, by William Abdy London circa 1780, crested for Fowke .
Price: £45.00
 knife A table knife with wrigglework border, by William Abdy London circa 1780, crested for Fowke .
Price: £45.00
 knife A beaded table knife with steel blade (stamped Beach Salisbury) circa 1780 .