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A BIRMINGHAM ENAMEL HANDLE AND A PAIR OF GERMAN ENAMEL HANDLES

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A BIRMINGHAM ENAMEL HANDLE AND A PAIR OF GERMAN ENAMEL HANDLES
Circa 1770

The first of pistol form painted with a loose bouquet and scattered flowers, with scallop-edged silver ferrule, the blade with cutler's mark I GUEST (restoration to enamel ground), 4in. (10cm.) long; the pair of tapering oval section painted with a spiral garland of flowers, with an English steel blade, the fork with two long tines (some cracks and chips to both ends), 3 3/4in. (9.5cm.) long (3)
Provenance
Rous Lench Collection, sale Sotheby's, 7 July 1986, lot 809 for the German handles
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