A Victorian silver-mounted Chatelaine Knife with multiple tools.
A Victorian silver mounted Chatelaine Knife with multiple other implements: – a gimlet, corkscrew, button hook, quill cutting knife and a broader knife blade entitled ‘Princess Maud Knife‘, London 1886, by Walter Thornhill. Thornhills produced a variety of chatelaines, including the ‘Norwegian Belt‘, with numerous fitments, which was popularised by Princess Alexandra.
Good with some marking to the steel surfaces.
Length – 6 cm.; Width – 1.60 cm.; Depth – 1 cm.; Weight – 28.10 gms.