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08/14/2018 05:57 PM
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(8) PIECES SILVER PLATED UTENSIL ASSORTMENT

Age: Approx 10 – 30 years

Size: See Comments

Rating: 9

Comments: This lot contains eight quality silver plated serving utensils in very good condition. Included is a Gorham “Heritage” dessert set server (11 1/2”) and knife ( 12 1/2”) with gold highlighting. A square edge server with scrolling on both sides and a shell handle made by Godinger Silver Art Co. Also, an unmarked 10 1/2” serving spoon with a pretty 3 1/8” wide shell bowl. A Wm Rogers Mfg Co Extra Plate serving set which includes a 8 7/8” serving spoon and a matching fork with floral handles. A large bowl 10 3/4” serving spoon with a plain handle made by Sheraton. Lastly a cake knife made by Community.

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