Ribbon by Wendt Sterling Silver Flatware Service for 8 Set 50 Pcs Antique c1870
Wendt was an active silver company in New York from the late 1850's until the early 1870's. His scarce flatware is traditionally marked "Sterling Patent" or "925 Patent", and often accompanied by a retailer's mark such as Ball, Black, Co. or Starr Marcus. Rare Ribbon by John R. Wendt c1870 Sterling Silver Moresque style flatware set - 50 pieces, with of stylized tendrils and leaves, with two central medallions. This set includes
8 Knives, Mother of Pearl handles w/sterling ferrules, 8 3/8" (not Wendt)
8 Forks, 7"
8 Salad/Fish Forks, 7"
8 Teaspoons, 6"
8 Dessert Spoons, 7 1/8"
8 Large Dinner Spoons/European style Soup Spoons, 8 1/2"
1 Preserve Spoon, 7"
1 Berry Spoon, gold-washed, bright-cut, 8 1/2"
Includes Bonus brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, with assorted vintage monograms. This set will be hand polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping.
- Item Number1547315391ConditionExcellentHave a question?
- BrandJohn R. Wendt & Co.
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- ShippingComplimentary shipping within the U.S.
International shipping available.Shipping MethodThis merchandise will be carefully packaged and shipped insured through a delivery service such as FedEx or UPS.
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