is a beautiful, mother of pearl handled, pickle fork as made by the firm of Landers, Frary and Clark during the late 1880's, early 1890's. The mother of pearl handle is luminous and chip and crack free. The bolster or ferrule is sterling and so marked. It has a curvaceous shape and is decorated with raised scrolls and is not monogrammed. The tine end is silverplate, in excellent condition, and has a reeded stem and scrolls above the tines. It is 8 3/4" long and very impressive in person.Check our feed-back and bid with confidence, you will not be disappointed. Questions are encouraged. Please refer to the shipping calculator for mailing costs. Insurance is required and additional. We pack our items with great care but cannot be responsible for the actions or negligence of the delivering carrier. International bidders are welcome, however, we will not falsify customs declarations nor mail items to those countries for which insurance is unobtainable. 9.25% sales tax applies to Illinois resident purchasers and to those items which are picked up at our store, East End Gallery, located in the Lakeview area of Chicago. We accept credit card If you are new to Ebay and your feed-back score is zero, please contact us prior to bidding. Thank you for visiting our auction.