4 - 5 March 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN AMERICAN SILVER PART FLATWARE SERVICE,
MARKS FOR TIFFANY, NEW YORK, 1907-1947,
in the 'Fanieul' pattern, comprising twenty-four dinner forks, twenty-four dinner knives, twelve steak knives, twenty-four cream soup spoons, forty-eight teaspoons, twenty-four salad forks, twenty-four dessert forks, twenty-four butter knives, twenty-three coffee spoons, a pair of salad servers, two serving spoons, a tomato server, a meat fork, a cake server, a sauce ladel, and a gravy ladle; each marked 'Sterling' on handle; most monogrammed
The dinner fork, 7½ (19cm.) long, 249oz. approximate weighable silver (238)
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Please note the piece count for this lot is 237 not 238 as is listed in the catalogue.
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