Forks of all ages

table forks, dessert forks, pickle forks and fruit forks

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A set of twelve King's pattern dessert forks, Dublin 1831 by Thomas Farnett, crested with a demi-hound holding the top of a tower.
Price: £1,100.00

A King's pattern Nelson fork of table size, by Edward Hutton London 1886 and crested with an eagle's head and a stag trippant
Price: £450.00
                                      Both these crests were used by the Mckindlay (or McKinley) family

A set of six fiddle thread table forks with three tines, four London 1814 by Eley, Fearn and Chawner, two London 1816 by Eley and Fearn. All are similarly crested with a lamb.
Price: £395.00
Six fiddle and shell tableforks, by John Walton Newcastle 1823, crested with a demi-lion rampant holding a crescent.
Price: £285.00
Six Old English dessert forks, by Solomon Royes London 1822.
Price: £245.00
A pair of feather-edge Onslow pickleforks, by Arnold and Lewis London 1907.
Price: £165.00
A pair of fiddle, thread and shell tableforks, by Mary Chawner London 1839, crested with a lion passant.
Price: £165.00
A pair of fiddle, thread and shell tableforks by George Adams, London 1874 crested with an arm holding a ring.
Price: £165.00
A pair of fiddle pattern table forks by James Barber and William North York 1840, initialled {TF}.
Price: £145.00
                                                                                                                             (See 4966z — 3 available in total)
A pair of fiddle pattern table forks, by James Barber and William North, York 1841, crested with a hand emerging from a cloud and holding a thistle.
Price: £145.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2 pairs available

A Coburg pattern dessert fork, London 1828 by William Chawner.
Price: £140.00                                                        

A large mother-of-pearl cased folding fruit fork with silver tines, marked with a lion passant and duty mark for Sheffield circa 1800.
Price: £140.00
A pair of dessert forks with decorated silver pistol grip handles and steel tines, London circa 1760 maker's mark TS perhaps for Thomas Swift, initialled {TH} or {JH}.
Price: £140.00
An Old English thread fork with widened outer tine (perhaps for use by invalids), by Sarah and John William Blake London 1815, crested with a fleur-de-lys.
Price: £110.00
An Old English tablefork, by Francis Higgins London 1876, additionally marked with a Broad Arrow (for Government issue).
Price: £95.00
                                              (For further information about the Broad Arrow , see HERE)
A mother-of-pearl handled pickle-fork with engraved tines, Birmingham 1857 by Hilliard and Thomasson.
Price: £85.00
A fiddle-and-shell table fork, by William Chawner London 1820 crested for M'DONNELL or McDONNELL. The spoon is struck with an additional maker's mark (I.W in an oval punch) at the foot of the stem.
Price: £85.00
A pair of ivory-handled pickle forks with 3 tines unmarked circa 1800.
Price: £80.00

An Old English pattern dessertfork, by Thomas Barker London 1809 engraved with a Duke's Coronet, the initial {A} with a Baron's coronet and an initial {S} for John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl and the initials {GMM} .
Price: £70.00
                                                                          John Murray (1755-1830) succeeded his father and became 4th Duke of Atholl in 1774. In 1805 he also inherited a further peerage from his mother and became 9th Baron Strange (in addition to his other titles). The initials GMM could relate to Atholl's office in Freemasonry - Grand Master Mason (a position he held between 1791 and 1812) or to another member of the extended Murray family.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4 forks available

A fiddle pattern table fork by James Barber and William North York 1840, initialled {TF}.
Price: £70.00
                                                                                                                                (See 4967z — 3 available in total)
A fiddle pattern dessert fork, by James Barber George Cattle and William North, York 1834, crested with a demi-lion rampant holding a flag, azure, on which a cross Or.
Price: £60.00
                                                                                                                      2 individual forks available (NOTE: including 5100, there are 4 forks in total)
A fiddle pattern pastry-fork made in Birmingham in 1850 by John Gilbert crested with a bird on a rocky mound.
Price: £58.00
A feather-edge table fork, by Thomas Barker London 1809.
Price: £55.00
                                                                                                                                                                       2 available
An Old English dessert fork, Exeter 1840 by W. R. Sobey crested with a bird.
Price: £55.00
A mother-of-pearl handled picklefork Birmingham, 1846 by Yapp and Woodward.
Price: £45.00
A single pickle-fork with mother-of-pearl handle by George Unite, Birmingham, circa 1840 (maker's mark only).
Price: £38.00
A silver-plated fiddle pattern spoon with tines to the front, by William Wheatcroft Harrison of Sheffield (active 1857-1918). The registration diamond indicates that the design was copyrighted on 17th July 1872.
Price: £35.00
A mother-of-pearl handled picklefork, Birmingham 1832 by TB, perhaps for Thomas Bartleet Junior.
Price: £35.00
A picklefork of unknown pattern Birmingham, c.1850 by James Collins.
Price: £32.00
Smnall fork - SN8863 A small fiddle, thread and shell fork by the Lias Brothers, London 1870 engraved LMF to WJL.
Price: £35.00
An ivory-handled picklefork, Birmingham circa 1810 by Joseph Taylor (maker's mark only).
Price: £30.00