This vintage serving knife is the Barker Brothers manufactory from England. The serving knife is marked EPNS. EPNS is the abbreviation for electroplated nickel silver. That means that there is a thin layer of silver on the top of the base metal. The gorgeous piece fits perfect in every vintage collection and s a great accessory when you invite your family over for brunch. The serving knife is one of those amazing pieces that will never fail to impress and that will also make a nice gift for yourself or a vintage lover. It would be also a fine decorative element for your kitchen or your showcase. The vintage serving knife is in good condition. There are no dents or other damages, just a couple of signs of age. According to the hallmark, we only know the provenance, not the exact age.
The Barker Brothers, also known The Barker Ellis Silver Company, are one of the oldest firms of silversmiths originating from Birmingham. The brothers established the manufactory in 1801. The Barker Brothers mostly produced utilitarian silver, flatware, tableware and their silverware encompassed many popular styles of the era, such as Art Deco and Art Nouveau.
Length: 11 cm
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