Seldom do I see the small size open handle dovetail saws with 6” blades. This one is a decent sort, with a clean blade with some tilt to it. The steel spine is marked with “Taylor Brothers” in an arc over the corporate mark of a lamb with halo impaled on a flag staff over the words “Cast Steel Warranted Sheffield”. Behind this is a “wormy” stamp--”made for use”. The beech handle has a shapely forward hook and upper horn (which is a bit nibbled). The lower part of the handle has a good rear horn, but the front one was removed by an owner to better grip the handle (it is a small one. The filing is cross cut and ragged. It needs sharpening. Altogether this is a classic Sheffield dovetail saw in a hard to find size. Easily Good.