Assembled English Sterling Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern
Partial Flatware Service
Approximately eighty-nine pieces; Together with a Small Group of English Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Flatware Articles. Approximately sixteen pieces. Total approximately 159 ounces, weighable.
C Property from the Estate of Nancy Friday
Additional Notes & Condition Report
16 dinner forks; 15 dessert forks; 12 tablespoons; 14 soup/dessert spoons; 7 teaspoons; 12 dinner knives; 12 hollow handle butter spreader knives; and a serving spoon
Small Group of Items (Comprising):
2 silver-plate serving items; 4 small serving items made of silver-plate and mother-of-pearl; and 10 miscellaneous sterling silver master salt or mustard spoons
with a fitted wood case
each appears to be in generally good condition with the following noteworthy condition issues: two of the dessert forks have a bent outer right tine; many of both size spoons show evidence of monogram removal on the top side of the handles; six of the seven teaspoons have monograms and the monograms are consistent; the seventh teaspoon shows evidence of monogram removal; the bowls on all of the spoons appear to be in good condition; the stainless blades on the dinner knives appear to be in good, clean condition; they are not marked; because this is an assembled service there are differences in the lengths and sizes (and maker's marks) within each type of implement
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