J. Myer Lebolt added a handwrought silversmithing department to his family's Chicago jewelry store in 1912. Lebolt initially produced bowls, trays, tea sets and other holloware similar to that from the Kalo Shop, and like Randahl, the operation eventually employed a large number of designers and master silversmiths. The silver was sold at Lebolt's storefronts in Chicago, New York, and Paris. They made some of the finest Arts Crafts hand wrought silver. Lebolt silver flatware is quite scarce. Superb Lebolt hand wrought Chicago Arts Crafts sterling silver flatware set - 44 Pcs. This set is beautifully hand hammered. This set includes
8 Dinner Size Knives, 9 5/8"
8 Dinner Size Forks, 7 5/8"
8 Salad Forks, 6 3/8"
8 Teaspoons, 6"
8 Flat Handle Butter Spreaders, 5 3/4"
1 Gravy Ladle, 7"
1 Salad Serving Set, large, 10"
1 Fish Server, 11 1/4"
Includes Brand New bonus silver storage chest. Excellent condition, with matching "B" monogram (see photo). This set will be lightly professionally polished prior to shipping.
- Item Number1566921958ConditionExcellentHave a question?
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