14 June 2007
An elegant and extensive French silver and wood handled table-service
Mainly all stamped Peter Paris, the silver with maker's marks PC with hammer in lozenge, Paris, late 20th century
Comprising: eighteen table-spoons, eighteen table-forks, thirty-six dessert-forks, eighteen dessert-spoons, eighteen small dessert-spoons, eighteen fish-forks, eighteen fish-knives, seventeen steel and silver-mounted table-knives, thirty-six similar dessert-knives and eighteen various silver-plated and steel fitted serving implements, each with silver-mounted tapering swirling ribbed wood handle, except for the serving implements, all stamped on body (217)
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