Fiddle, Thread and Shell is an elegant design that finds the perfect balance between ornament and simplicity. This pattern can look equally at home in a traditional Victorian town house, a country cottage or a contemporary downtown apartment. The earliest examples dating from about 1810 and produced throughout the Victorian period and into the 20th century, Fiddle, Thread and Shell is one of the most popular of the Fiddle pattern variants.
Single Maker, Mixed Years
A boxed Single Maker, Consecutive Years set of Antique, Sterling Silver Fiddle, Thread & Shell Pattern Flatware, hallmarked in London in 1897 and 1898 by Jackson & Fullerton. There is no space for knives in the box. If ordered, they will be provided in tarn proof cutlery storage rolls.
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Single Maker, Single Year
A boxed Single Maker, Singe Year set of Antique, Sterling Silver Fiddle, Thread & Shell Pattern Flatware, made in London in 1899 by Jackson & Fullerton. With bone handle knives.
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