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Thomas Freeth Georgian Sterling Silver Fish Slice

Thomas Freeth Georgian Sterling Silver Fish Slice
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Measuring a generous 11 3/8" long and weighing a substantial 4.0 T. oz., this fish slice is fully marked for London, 1801-02, sterling silver, and maker Thomas Freeth (TF).

It is something of a utilitarian item with a straightforward design. The handle pattern is essentially "Old English," with a rounded and down turned end, but without a tipt backside. It has a "C.A.G." monogram on the front, with a subtle dip in the surface below this which may be an old monogram removal, or just a slight irregularity.

The 6 1/4" by 2 1/2" at the widest, blade is concave, has a curved lower edge, and is finished with lattice work reticulation along the upper margin.

It is in very good condition. It is without bends, breaks, repairs, or other marring, and the finish is bright and even. The monogram shows slight softening from polishing and there are overall light surface scratches consistent with age.

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