M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

 

RARE CONTINENTAL SILVER-GILT SWEETMEAT FORK

c1700, silver mark to terminal, probably French

 

 

 

 The small three-tine fork with a flat tapering shaft ending in a “dognose” variant terminal, the shaft with fruit and foliate chasing within a plain narrow border;

small silver mark to terminal edge  - probably French (too small to read)

 

Condition : Excellent with crisp chasing and no wear to the tines; expected small scratches to the original silver-gilt

 

NOTE : These images are oversized for inspection.

 

4” Long / .2 oz.

 

 SOLD

 

#6354

 

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Also See :

 

William & Mary Trefid Sweetmeat Fork, England, c1690

17th Century Silver Sucket Spoon / Fork, Unascribed

 

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Rare Continental Silver-Gilt Three-Tine Sweetmeat Fork, c1700, marked to terminal, dognose variant