Gebelein Sterling Silver Flatware Set Service Boston Arts and Crafts 91 Pcs Rare
George Christian Gebelein is known as one of America's best Arts and Crafts silversmiths of the 20th Century. The Boston native has been called the "modern Paul Revere". He earned acclaim for the superb quality of his handcrafted silver and was highly respected as America's foremost expert in Colonial silver. He worked at Shiebler, Tiffany Co. as a silversmith, and Durgin in his early years. The high quality of his work brought countless commissions for decades to come. His silver was special order handmade and custom commissioned. In the year 1906, he began marking his pieces with his name, as seen on this set. Much of his work was either inspired by or was a modern interpretation of Colonial silver. Examples of his exceptional work are displayed in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The pieces are extremely well made with extra large banquet size knives and forks, and wonderfully heavy.Exceedingly rare handmade sterling silver flatware set by George Christian Gebelein (1878-1945) - 91 pieces. This set is a work of art and includes
8 Large Dinner Knives, 11"
8 Large Dinner Forks, 7 3/4"
8 Regular Knives, 9 1/2"
8 Regular Forks, 7 1/4"
8 Salad Forks, 6"
12 Teaspoons, 5 7/8"
8 Cream Soup Spoons, 5 3/4"
7 Place Soup Spoons, 7"
8 Flat Handle Butter Spreaders, 6 3/8"
8 Cocktail/Oyster Forks, 5 3/4"
4 Breakfast Knives, 8"
2 Salad Serving Sets, 9 1/4"
Includes brand new storage chest.Excellent condition, most pieces monogrammed "G". This set will be lightly polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping. Exceptional
- Item Number1502995379ConditionExcellentHave a question?
- BrandGeorge Christian Gebelein
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