These lovely knife (sushi stick!) rests are a known Liberty design from c. 1902. They are of particular interest as they are marked for Mappin and Webb 1905 – proving a long held suspicion that Mappin & Webb sold Liberty (more likely Haseler) stock at the end of the Cymric period as its popularity waned (also William Hutton’s artistic work too).
I believe these to be a Knox design, or based on a Knox design, given the shape of the bases and Celtic central motif.
Condition is excellent and they are a good gauge of silver.