Manici in argento, modello King’s Husk, punzonati Sheffiled 1836, prodotti da Aaron Hadfield. In buone condizioni. Attaccatura delle lame solida. Le lame sono tutte della stessa dimensione, alcune hanno lievi segni di ossidazione, ma nel complesso sono in buone condizioni.
Handles: the handles are solid and sound and are hallmarked near the blade Sheffield 1836 by Aaron Hadfield with William IV Sovereign Head. They are in good condition with some dent. Three of them have a silver patch soldered near the shell, maybe to hide a monogram or a crest. In the others, if there were they has been erased by filling with silver. Anyway they all look great, a beautiful example of King’s Husk pattern.
Blades: the blades are in good condition, mostly clean, with some minor spots of oxidation, and seem to be the same even if they are marked differently. Two of them are unmarked, maybe being the marks erased by polishing operations. Two other are marked W (crown) R (William Rex). One is marked London made, and finally the last one is marked V (crown) R (Victoria Regina) and Garrard.
King’s Husk pattern is a rare variant of King’s pattern. The principal difference is the omission of the central honeysuckle decoration on a stem. A husk shell also replace the concave shell of King’s pattern. It was first produced during the Regency.
The total weight 592 grams. Each knife is approx 29 cm (handle 12 cm and blade 17 cm). Handles are wide approx 3 cm at the shell, blades 2.5 cm.
A.H into a rectangle Aaron Hadfield, entered 1818 Pepper Alley, Sheffield Sheffield 1836 hallmark
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