Table-knives; pair of wedding knives; contained in a double sheath decorated with gold wire and embroidered with flowers and terminating at both ends in tassels; the knives have cylindrical shaped handles, decorated with gilt arabesques and a panel of amber; maker's mark on the blade.

An00021838 001 l

Thing

Made Of
gold, metal, amber
Type of Thing
table-knife, knife-sheath
Subject
flower
Techniques
gilded, embroidered

People

Maker
Jencks

Place

Made In
London

Time

Made
1620s
Period/Culture
Post-Medieval

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