Set 6 George V Stirling Silver Butter Knives
A beautiful set of 6 antique George V butter knives with solid silver reed border handles and stainless steel blades. Each handle is hallmarked with a lion which denotes its Stirling silver credentials, and with GH - which stands for Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield. Further hallmarks date them as made in 1919.
A plate of good food is lost without a good knife and fork. Well-proportioned, well-balanced and beautifully designed flatware is a joy to use and is the making of a good meal. Our antique butter knives are both good-looking and functional, and their renewed popularity make them a stylish addition on today’s table.
Country of origin: England
Year of manufacture: c.1919
Made by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield
Material: Stirling silver and stainless steel
Condition: good - with some minor dints to the handles, which adds to their character and is expected of silver handles that have seen over one hundred years of service.
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