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Elkington Cake Knife & Fork In Fitted Case Cased Elkington & Co. Silver Plate Cake Knife And Fork 1

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Elkington Cake Knife & Fork In Fitted Case Cased Elkington & Co. Silver Plate Cake Knife  And Fork 1
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Elkington Cake Knife & Fork In Fitted Case Cased Elkington & Co. Silver Plate Cake Knife And Fork 1858 And 1867. This Is An Exceptional Set Of Cutlery By The World-renowned Elkington & Co. Whom Patented The First Commercial Electroplating Process In 1838. The Company Was Based In Birmingham, England. Both Pieces Are Of The "lily" Pattern, Introduced In 1850, And Bear The Elkington Stamp As Well As Date Marks. The Knife's Date Mark Is "t" In A Diamond For 1858 And The Fork Is Marked "e" In A Clipped Corner Rectangle For 1867. The Knife Also Bears The Silver Mark For Harrison Brothers And Howson Which Most Likely Represents The Hand Chasing Of The Design On The Blade And Fork. The Set Is In Exceptional Condition With Very Little Signs Of Use And In Their Original Case. The Photos Are A Part Of The Overall Condition And Description. Lily Pattern Was First Produced By Elkington & Company In 1850 In Readiness For The Great Exhibition At The Crystal Palace. The Design Is A Good Example Of Victorian Naturalism, However It Is Often Commented How The Flowing