24 - 25 June 2010
AN ASSEMBLED AMERICAN SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE,
MARK OF SHIEBLER, LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
in various floral patterns comprising an entree server, a carving fork and knife with steel blades and tines, a smaller carving fork and knife with steel blades and tines, a meat skewer with steel prong, a pie server with steel blade; eleven dinner forks, twelve lunch forks, nine fish forks, twelve cocktail forks with gilt tines, eleven soup spoons, twelve tablespoons, fifteen teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, eleven dinner knives with steel blades, twelve lunch knives with steel blades, twelve fish knives with steel blades, a master butter knife, and twelve butter spreaders; each marked 'Sterling'; together with a serving fork, spoon, and master butter knife in a similar pattern; each marked 'Sterling'; and seven mustard spoons; one marked 'Sterling'
The larger carving knife 15in. (38cm.) long, 178oz. approximate weighable silver (158)
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Please note that the correct piece count in this lot is 158, not 159. There are eleven butter spreaders, not twelve.
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