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AN ELIZABETH II GOLD TABLE SERVICE MAKER'S MARK OF RICHARD WOODMAN BURBRIDGE, LONDON, 1969, 14 KARAT Pierced Vine pattern, the stems elaborately pierced with grapevine, comprising: Top: Twelve table knives with stainless steel blades Twelve cheese knives with stainless steel blades Twenty-four teaspoons Twelve table forks Drawer 1: Six tablespoons Twelve dessert spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve coffee spoons Drawer 2: Twelve fish forks Twelve fish knives Twelve soup spoons In fitted wood chest with plaque inscribed HARRODS Cutlers and Silversmiths KNIGHTSBRIDGE SW And the following not contained in the chest: Five serving forks, three 1969, two 1970 A soup ladle Together with: Twelve matching silver-gilt butter knives, maker's mark of C.J. Vander, 1984 Twenty-four matching silver-gilt teaspoons, maker's mark of C.J. Vander, 1984 (weighable gold 303oz. 8dwt., 9436gr., weight of silver 51oz., 1616gr.) (168)

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