This is a very rare and exceptional piece, An Antique Danish Sterling Silver Fish Server from mid 19th Century Copenhagen. It is a striking piece that you won't see very often!
Of particular note in this attractive Fish Server is the impressive size, 12.5" (31.7 cm) long x 3" (8 cm) wide at the blade. The ornate decorative work of Repoussé, hand-chasing and hand-engraving in gorgeous Rococo style revival. The "Fish" on the blade is especially beautiful and rich with detail - you will appreciate the workmanship that went into this delighted serveware.
What makes this Fish Server more special is an array of hand-engraving initials and monograms. Starting from 1845, this Fish Server bears several initial/monograms on the handle, on both sides.
Hallmarked the Three-Tower Mark of Copenhagen with date 43 (1843). Lion Passant mark. A mark can read "HR", probably the assay office mark of 1863. A silversmith's maker mark, but we could not find the reference.
Measurements & Condition
12 1/2 inch (31.7 cm) long x 3 1/8 inch (8 cm) wide at the blade.
Weight: 3.3 oz (95 grams) of solid sterling silver.
Excellent Condition with minor signs of light use. Please refer the detail photos I added.
(Item Reference No.00612)
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Antique Danish Sterling Silver Fish Server
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