9 - 10 February 2009
AN AMERICAN SILVER PART FLATWARE SERVICE IN THE 'ELOQUENCE' PATTERN,
MARK OF LUNT, 20TH CENTURY,
comprising ten dinner forks, one dinner knife (steel blade), eleven lunch forks, eight lunch knives (steel blades), ten table spoons, eighteen teaspoons, eight butter spreaders (steel blades), six cocktail forks, four serving spoons, a carving set (steel blade and tines), a pie server (steel blade), two small ladels, a large and a small berry spoon, two jelly spoons, a lemon fork, an olive fork, and two pierced bon bon spoons; each marked 'Sterling'
The dinner fork 7½in. (19cm.) long, 122oz. approximate weighable silver (89)
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Please note this lot also contains two serving spoons, a large pierced spoon, and a large pierced fork.
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