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Useful silverware

Silver paperknife
This paperknife is a stiletto style with a bark effect handle. It is just over 19 cm long and weighs 40 grams. An area to be engraved could be made on the blade.
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Embossed handled silver paperknife
This paperknife is a stiletto style with a irregular square pattern on the handle with featured hallmarks. It is just over 17cm long and weighs 34 grams. It could be engraved on the rear of the blade.
Sorry - sold - contact me and I'll make another
Silver shoehorn
This is a heavy piece to give the strength needed to be a practical shoe horn. It weighs 108 grams and is 21cm long. The handle contains an ammonite fossil. The fossil was bought in the Dordoyne, but I doubt that is where it came from.
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Silver upsidedown bottleholder

How do you get the last drops of expensive moisturiser (or whatever) from a bottle with a domed cap? This will do it The twisted stems flex to allow the bottle to slip in and out. It weighs 63g and the base is 80mm in diameter.
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Silver thimble
A smallish silver thimble. It weighs 10g. The tip is about 13mm in diameter and the other end about 17mm.
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Chalky paper tester
Philatelists use a tool like this to detect chalky paper. I have no idea how it works, though it clearly has some relation to silverpoint drawing. This is a short length of fine silver (99.9% pure silver) in a wooden handle.
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