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VICTORIAN Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Oyster Fork by John & Henry Lias. London 1847

Stock No. 8854
£80.00
Maker Hallmarked
JOHN & HENRY LIAS (worked from c.1835)
London 1847

Simple styled fiddle pattern Victorian sterling silver oyster fork.

Maker's: John & Henry Lias. London 1847

The full set of hallmarks and maker's mark are clearly stamped on the reverse/end of the stem.

The manufacturing silversmith company Henry John Lias and Son was part of a family business which had been established in 1791 by John Lias and continued until 1884 with slight variations in name depending on which Lias was active at that time. Their work was of a high standard and was sold by a wide range of quality retail shops such as Garrards, Selfridges, Mappin and Webb and many others.

Length: 4.6 inches (11.7cm)
Weight: 0.7 troy ounces (21.8 grams)
Sterling Silver
Condition: Very good with light wear in keeping with it's age.

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