- Museum number
Fish fork; silver, cast in one piece, the handle elliptical in section of asymmetrical shape with engraved curvilinear ornament.
- Production date
- 1902 (designed and made)
Length: 17.80 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- In set with 1980,1208.1-3
For a full discussion on Henry van de Velde and this set of cutlery see curator's comments for Decorative Arts 1850-1950, Cat. 291a (1980.1208.1)
Information supplementary to Rudoe 1994:
See also M. Collins, 'Towards Post-Modernism, Design since 1851', London, British Museum, revised ed. 1994, fig. 33.
- On display (G48/dc1)
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Part of a large group of van de Velde's silver owned by the first French ambassador in Moscow after the First World War (sold Galerie W. Ketterer, Munich, 15.11.1980, lots 925-49)
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number