Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson) - Sheffield - Box, Cutlery, 6 person silver plated and sterling fish eater set (12) - Art Deco - .925 silver, Brass, Silverplate, Wood- Mahogany

Description
Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson) - Sheffield - Box, Cutlery, 6 person silver plated and sterling fish eater set (12) - Art Deco - .925 silver, Brass, Silverplate, Wood- Mahogany
U.K. - Late 19th century

Art Deco 6 person fish cutlery set comprising 12 silver plated forks and knives with ivorine handles and sterling silver collars. Beautifully bright-cut with geometric borders in typical period style.

The set comes in its original mahogany presentation case with green velvet lining and an empty brass cartouche to lid. The edges of the box are trimmed with an attractive beaded design.

forks - 18.5 cm long
knives - 21 cm long
box - 26 x 19 x 6 cm

Made by Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson) and hallmarked for Sheffield, 1922 and 1924.

Great antique condition. Two of the knives have light wear to silvering to the obverse of the blades; one knife has wear to silvering on both the obverse and reverse of the blade.

The parcel will be sent fully insured with a tracked courier.

Lot details
No. of items
12
Object
6 person silver plated and sterling fish eater set, Box, Cutlery
Material
.925 silver, Brass, Silverplate, Wood- Mahogany
Designer/ Artist
Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson)
Manufacturer/ Brand
Sheffield
Style
Art Deco
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
U.K.
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
6×19×26 cm
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