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Sterling silver dinner and lunch service in desirable Renaissance pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1920.

This set comprises 12 place settings with 170 pieces (dimensions in inches): Forks: 12 dinner forks (9), 12 luncheon forks (6 7/8), 12 salad forks (6),12 dessert forks (6 5/8), and 12 ice cream forks (5 5/8); Knives: 12 dinner knives (9 7/8) and 12 butter spreaders (6); Spoons: 12 teaspoons (5 3/4), 12 bouillon spoons (5 1/4), 12 coffee spoons (4 5/8), 12 ice cream spoons (5... Click for details

Sale Price: $24,375.00
Listed Price $37,500.00

Audubon sterling silver dessert pair. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. This set comprises pie server and cake knife. Handles decorated with Japonesque birds and flowers. Blades stainless steel and serrated. In leather-bound and velvet- and silk-lined case with gilt maker’s stamp. A beautiful gift in the classic pattern. Fully marked. Fine condition.

Dimensions: Server: L 10 5/8 in. Knife: L 12 1/4 in. Case: H 1 7/8 x W 16 3/8 x D 6 1/4 in. #BS660

Sale Price: $525.00
Listed Price $750.00

Set of 12 parcel gilt sterling silver dessert knives in Japanese pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Each: Flat handle with reeding that terminates in flower stems on terminal. On terminal front reverse-gilt bird. On terminal back interlaced script monogram. Blade has engraved stylized ornament (all blades different).

Pristine early pieces in pattern that was in production from 1871 to before 1904. It was revived as Audubon in the 1950s. The designer was Edward C. Moore, who was a... Click for details

Sale Price: $8,125.00
Listed Price $12,500.00

Sterling silver long-handled salad serving spoon and fork in Lap Over Edge pattern. Made by Tiffany, ca. 1885. Allover hand-hammering, a tapering handle, and applied ornament (fish and foliage on fork, foliage on spoon). The fork shank has a curvilinear bowl and 3 tines. The spoon has a crimped and scalloped bowl. Shank and bowl interior lightly gilt.

An early pair in this pattern, which was first produced in 1880. Hallmarks include no. 911 (spoon) and 917 (fork). Excellent condition with... Click for details

Sale Price: $3,850.00
Listed Price $5,500.00