Pair of Georgian silver knife rests made by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I and hallmarked in London in 1809
Pair Georgian Silver Knife Rests Emes and Barnard 1809
An Antique Georgian pair of Sterling Silver pair of knife rests, with traditional cast Jack-style rest ends, and plain round central struts. Made by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I and hallmarked in London in 1809.
Length: 6 cms
Height: 2.7 cms
Weight: 42 grams
Condition. In good antique condition commensurate with age and normal usage. The hallmark on one is legible considering its position on the narrow cross part but on the other it is well rubbed through polishing.