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Early 20th century, Attleboro, MA, each with maker's marks of Mechanics Sterling Co. or Watson & Newell Co., further marked: Sterling, an assembled service in the ''Lily'' pattern designed 1902 by Eustace Crees & Charles S. Court, comprising: 12 dinner forks (7.5''), 12 salad forks (6''), 12 hollow-handled blunt table knives (10''), 12 flat-handled butter spreaders (5.625''), 12 teaspoons (5.875''), 2 serving/tablespoons (8.125''), 6 round-bowl soup spoons (6.75''), and 2 Gorham round-bowl soup spoons in a similar ''Lily'' pattern (6.875''), 70 pieces, all but the salad forks, butter spreaders and two Gorham spoons monogrammed ''E'', weighable sterling 74.805 oz. troy approximately, est: $1800/2400.

weighable sterling 74.805 oz. troy approximately

  • Provenance: Private Collection Arcadia, CA
  • Condition: Overall good condition with minor wear and tarnishing commensurate with age and occasional to moderate use. One dinner fork with a bend to last .25'' of one tine. One serving spoon with a shallow ding to edge of bowl. The two Gorham soup spoons in a similar, non-matching pattern, as stated. Most monogrammed, as stated.

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