English Sterling Silver Flatware Service
James Robinson, London, most circa 1966
In the Trifid pattern, comprising thirty-one dinner forks, thirty luncheon forks, thirty-three dessert forks, twelve cocktail forks, twenty-four tablespoons, twenty-four bouillon spoons, twenty-three dessert spoons, twenty-two teaspoons, twenty-one demitasse spoons, eight iced tea spoons, twenty-four dinner knives, twenty-four luncheon knives, twenty-one butter knives, two serving spoons and two serving forks. Total approximately 367 ounces, weighable.
C Estate of Patricia M. De Bary
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