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Meissen Knife, the canon-shaped hafts decorated with Höroldt style chinoiseries between underglaze blue ornaments heightened with silver lustre, c.1725

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Boxed set of twelve duc de Villeroy, Mennecy Knives, painted with chinoiserie figures and flowers, fitted with silver ferrules and steel blades, c.1740

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Knife and Fork, the faience canon-shaped hafts painted in blue with Berainesque ornaments, Ardus (Montauban), c.1745

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade stamped BEACH, SALISBURY, c.1760-65

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade, c.1760-65

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade stamped BEACH, SALISBURY, c.1760-65

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade stamped BEACH, SALISBURY, c.1760-65

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Two Mennecy Knives, c.1745, the moulded hafts painted with European floral sprays and sprigs, fitted with silver ferrules, the blades stamped Jules Piault, Paris

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Knife and Fork, the hafts of faceted pistol form, painted in underglaze blue with alternate panels of diaper and Berainesque ornaments, fitted with silver ferrules, probably Saint-Cloud, c.1740

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Large Chelsea Knife, the haft moulded with entwined trailing flowers, c.1750. Fitted in the Nineteenth Century as a paper knife with an ornately engraved gilt-metal blade

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Chelsea Knife, the moulded haft painted with sprays of European flowers and scattered sprigs, Red Anchor period, c.1755

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade, c.1760

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Rare Knife and Fork, the blue aventurine glass faceted pistol-grip hafts simulating the appearance of lapis lazuli. Fitted with silver-gilt ferrules, blade and tines, c.1720-50

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Extremely rare Worcester armorial Knife and Fork, decorated with the arms of Stoughton of Ballyhorgan, County Kerry, fitted with silver ferrules, blade and tines, c.1757

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Worcester Game Knife, painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Floral pattern, fitted with a silver ferrule and steel scimitar blade, c.1760

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Rare Bow Fork, the haft moulded with flowers and terminating in the form of a parrot's head, fitted with a silver ferrule and steel tines, c.1752

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Rare Capodimonte Knife, the moulded haft painted with colourful flowers, the end in the form of a pecten shell, c.1755-59

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Large Knife and Fork, the pistol-shaped agate hafts with engraved decoration, silver ferrules and steel fittings. Early Eigtheenth Century

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Knife and Fork, the agate hafts of faceted pistol form. Silver-gilt ferrules and fittings. English, c.1720-50

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Rare and complete cased set of Saint-Cloud porcelain knife and fork hafts, mounted by Joseph Gibbs, cutler, London, c.1750-55

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Knife and Fork, the agate hafts of faceted pistol form. Silver-gilt ferrules and fittings. English, c.1720-50

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Pistol grip Knife Handle fitted with a silver ferrule and steel scimitar blade, the porcelain haft painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Floral pattern, Worcester, c.1760

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Knife Handle of hexagonal section, painted with Berainesque ornaments, Saint-Cloud, c.1720-40

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Knife Handle, painted with lambrequin designs and fitted with a silver ferrule and curved steel blade, Saint-Cloud, c.1720-40

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Pair of Knives with silver-gilt ferrules, Meissen, c.1725-30

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