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|A dessert knife and fork with silver blades/tines and handles with filigree and enamel decoration, Canton circa 1830 by P of Canton, each piece engraved with the crest of Burridge on a cartouche.
|A fruitknife and fork pair with mother-of-pearl handles, by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1865, the fork lacking a patch of foil .
|A combined penknife, pencil and key-fob London 1924 by William Frederick Wright.
|An hourglass pattern child's knife and fork in original red leather case, Birmingham 1823 by Joseph Taylor.
|A pair of knife-rests London, 1815 by Edward Capper.
|A mother-of-pearl handled cake knife with engraved blade by George Unite, London 1868.
|A pair of knife-rests, Birmingham 1840, by Joseph Wilmore.
|A pair of short knife-rests with unusual pierced ends, London 1825 by IB (probably for John Booth).
|A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife in contemporary leather case Sheffield 1797, with Double Duty mark.
|A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife with brightcut blade and shell-capped handle marks worn, probably Sheffield circa 1810.
|A pair of knife-rests of customary form, London 1822 and 1824, by W?.
|A silver-cased fruitknife with silver blade by ? John Needham, Sheffield 1865.
|A fruitknife with brightcut edge to blade and brightcut printies probably Sheffield circa 1800.
|A fruitknife with shaped and engraved m-o-p handle by George Unite, Sheffield (!) 1853.
|A folding fruit knife with mother-of-pearl handle and silver-gilt blade and mounts, Sheffield 1875 by Harrison Brothers and Howson.
|A folding fruitknife with mother-of-pearl case and engraved border to blade, provincial circa 1790.
|A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife with decorated blade and eye-shaped cartouche provincial, probably Sheffield, circa 1800.
|A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham circa 1820.
|A plain mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife by Thomas Nowill, Sheffield circa 1800.
|A fruit-knife with mother-of-pearl handle with plain handle by Hardy, Bell and Co., Sheffield 1834.
|A mother-of-pearl handled fruitknife, the case engraved with flowers, the blade brightcut; by Atkins and Oxley, Sheffield 1840 initialled IB, (a.f.).
|A small Queen's variant pattern knife, Birmingham 1842 by Gervaise Wheeler.