French Silver Flatware Service
Jean E. Puiforcat, Paris, circa 1930
In the Monaco pattern, comprising seventeen dinner forks, twelve luncheon forks, twelve fish forks, twelve fruit forks, ten seafood forks, thirteen tablespoons, eleven dessert spoons, twelve ice cream spoons, ten teaspoons, eleven demitasse spoons, twelve dinner knives, twelve luncheon knives, twelve fish knives, eleven fruit knives, fourteen butter knives and nineteen serving pieces. Total approximately 312 ounces, weighable.
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