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Harrison Bros and Howson Silver Plate Fish Knife Fork Patent MOP Handles


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Harrison Bros and Howson Silver Plate Fish Knife Fork Patent MOP Handles


A very unusual antique silver plated patent inset mother of pearl handled fish knife and fork made by Harrison Brothers & Howson of Norfolk Street, Sheffield, England  (1862 - 1919) who made cutlery, also Britannia metal and electro-plated goods. 

The four tined fork is of cast steel and both the knife and fork have ornate silver plated metal handles inset on the top and bottom with a flat section of mother of pearl. There are ornate silver coloured ferrules to each with a slightly different pattern.

The floriate engraved blade of the knife is marked with faux type hallmarks with the letters SLASH. This was a trade name used by Harrison brothers. See page 98 of TRADEMARKS ON BASE-METAL TABLEWARE - Late 18th century to circa 1900 (including marks on Britannia metal, iron, steel, copper alloys and silver-plated goods) by EILEEN WOODHEAD

This is a great-looking and interesting pair of antique silver plated cutlery, in very good antique condition with some minor wear to the plate. Ideal for display and use or for a collector of unusual flatware.

Please see our other antique silver plated items for the table  also listed for sale, including tureens and entree dishes.


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