Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this splendid pair of solid silver Georgian grape scissors salver made by silversmith William Eley & William Fearn in London, 1816.
The pair features a cast and engraved design of grapes and vines on the handles with thick reeded lines running across towards the blade.
The blades of the scissors remain in good condition - the only minor damage present is on the tip where it has been blunted and causes the blade to overlap slightly, however, this presents no issues to usage and the pair still cuts incredibly well for its age.
The scissors are hallmarked on the pivoting point with English Marks.
- Size from tip to handle (mm) L:175mm W:55mm
- Size from tip to handle (inches) L:6.88 W:2.16
- Weight: 106 grams (3.73 oz)
Good Condition - The scissors are in good antique condition with no major damage - only the tip with minor overlap as mentioned above (shown in the last image). Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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