Exquisite white metal (silver plated) unmarked knife rest in the form of two dainty resting Whippets supporting a riding crop.
A beautiful feature on any table it is both charming and unusual.
Length: 9.2 cm
Condition: Very Good
In compliance with British law, the British fine art trade uses the term "white metal" to describe foreign silver (and silver plated) items which do not carry British Assay Office marks, but which are nonetheless understood to be silver (and silver plated) and are priced accordingly.
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