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A French silver and silver-gilt part flatware service

MAKER'S MARK APPARENTLY UNIDENTIFIED, A.L.CIE IN LOZENGE A BIRD BETWEEN, LATE 19TH CENTURY

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A French silver and silver-gilt part flatware service
Maker's mark apparently unidentified, A.L.cie in lozenge a bird between, late 19th Century
Each with shaped handles, decorated with a vacant cartouche flanked by foliate motifs, the handle reeded, comprising: twelve cheese knives, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve ice cream spoons, twelve coffee spoons, twelve fruit knives, twelve caviar spoons, two pairs of sugar tongs, a mustard spoon, a sugar sifter, a seven-piece cruet set, a pair of salad servers, a cake slice, a fruit server, a server, an ice cream server and a pair of grape scissors; and twelve silver fish forks and spoons, twelve table forks, two sauce ladles, a fish serving slice and fork, twelve table knives
marked at the bowls
6778gr. excluding knives (164)
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