18 June 2008
A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE AGATE-WARE PISTOL-SHAPED CUTLERY-HANDLES
Each with brown and blue striations on a cream ground, fitted with a curved steel blade, stamped PARKER and a three-tined fork, both cracked through and repaired
Both about 3½ in. (9 cm.) long (2)
The Tony Stevenson Collection.
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Two solid agate examples from the Jean and Kenneth Chorely Collection were sold at Christie's, New York, 25th January 1993, lot 110.
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