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Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift
Georgian Silver Serving Fork Charles Eley 1804 | Perfect Wedding Gift

The Headhunter Peyton - Georgian Two Tine Silver Fork

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£87.00
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£87.00
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Peyton is an attractive Georgian two tine fork 

With a fiddle end design she is made with quality solid silver

Initially forks they were only used to hold meats while carving for hygiene purposes. In the 17th century people started to use them to transfer food to the mouth. Forks at that time only had two tines with straight thin handles which stated to fad out into the 19th century

Carving sets which consisted of a large matching knife and two tine fork, were a popular 19th century gift. To be assigned the carver at a rich mans table was considered a great honour and importance.

She is hallmarked in London 1804 with a unicorn family crest.
She weighs 45g

Makers mark is CE Charles Eley

Peyton is in nice condition with minimal wear


Dimensions

Length: 21cm Width: 1.5cm


Dimensions

W: 5.5cm H: 22cm