1829 A Set of 6 Georgian Regency Solid Silver Queens Pattern Forks - 632 Grams
A set of 6 antique Solid Sterling Silver Queen's Pattern Forks dated London 1829
(VERY HEAVY at around 105 grams for each Fork)
These George IV Regency forks are made by the renowned London Silversmith William Theobalds
Assayed in London 1829
This flatware has been produced in the popular Queens pattern and is of exceptional quality and gauge.
Queen's Pattern with Contemporary Crest as shown.
The crest is described as a boar's head, couped'
The crest of Robert-Nutter Campbell, Esq. of Ormidale Argyll and of Lorn and M'Tavish families (Scotland)
All fully hallmarked
The total weight for all 6 Forks is a Heavy 632g
Each fork is 8¼" in length
In good condition as shown
A wonderful set for the collection and would grace any dinner table.
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Please note that all old silver will have inevitable signs of age and use. They will not be perfect or as new. We will, however, detail and bring to your attention anything we consider significant.
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