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10/13/2018 09:17 PM
LARGE SET OF THAILAND BRASS FLATWARE (WITH WOODEN CASE)
Age: 50+ years
Size: Box is large! 17” x 19” and 7” tall
Comments: An enormous set of beautiful brass flatware with rosewood handles that is stored in a large wooden box with three sliding removable felt lined trays. The box has some surface abrasions and scratches but should polish up nicely. The inside tag reads Kee Tech Jewelry, Bangkok. We found no fault in the flatware at all which is marked Made in Thailand on the back of each piece. The wood has a beautiful finish and there is a raised casting of a seated goddess figure. The set includes 12 each of the following: 8 3/4” dinner knives, 8 1/2” steak knives, 5 5/8” three tine forks, 5” small spoons, 5 1/2” butter knives, 5 3/8” teaspoons, 6 3/4” soup spoons, 7 1/2” drink spoons, 6 1/2” dessert forks, 6 5/8” salad forks and 7 1/4” dinner forks. The inside top of the box displays (12) additional the serving, carving and condiment pieces. Can you picture this on a set dining room table for 12? Stunning!!! .
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