GOOD SET OF FOUR WILLIAM IV SILVER KNIFE RESTS
Charles Rawlings and Summers, London, 1836
Of large size and heavy gauge silver, each formed of a baluster form stretcher supported by
end shaped crosses of baluster form, termination in ring and ball finials
Condition : Excellent; sit flat on the table; slight wear to several marks
Knife rests are extremely useful, either for resting service knives and spoons on the table,
or for holding pistol-handled knives, some of which have difficulty remaining on the edge of plates.
The partnership of Rawlings and Summers was well known for their production of excellent silver snuff boxes, from 1826 into the Victorian period.
3" Long / 7.8 oz
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