London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE,
MARK OF GEORGE NANGLE, DUBLIN, 1813, ALSO BEARING RETAILER'S MARK OF "KEENE" FOR JOHN KEENE,
Engraved with initials & crest of Lloyd, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, the rounded oblong blade with engraved chainwork border around a pierced, shaped panel with two cut-out fish, one laid across the other, maker's mark repeated to back of blade, 4.25 oz.
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