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Silver is very reflective-- surfaces dulled by silver polish

Silver is very reflective so surfaces have been dulled by silver polish




Four Piece Setting Price $145

This is George and Martha sterling by Westmorland (made by Wallace Silversmiths).   Originally made by Wallace as Hampton c. 1902 and many pieces never remade are out there!!!.  Popular and low priced.  Many accessory pieces available. This is just the salad fork and the place setting also consists of the knife, fork, and tea  Email ,  Other Westmorland patterns with several pieces that have ...- V for Victory WW II







Joubert sterling by Christofle from France. No longer being made.   Heavy, European dinner size or continental size pattern with settings for six -- Eleven (11)! pieces across.  Basic four piece plus fruit knife/fork, cocktail, soup, dessert,  butter knife, ice cream spoon. Also, eight serving pieces.   You will get a great but still expensive bargain with this set that had a new cost of $25,000 +!!! (new socialist French premier hates rich people and wants to tax them up to 75%, so a lot of people lost jobs, as usual)  Our price more than 56% off!! Like new. 

Set Price $7,995






This is Chantilly by Gorham-- the world's most popular pattern.  Still in production today from 1895.  This is the place or mid-size setting and still fresh and new in the factory wrappers.  Many old and obsolete pieces available.  Email for selection. The smaller or shorter lunch size settings are $185 each four piece setting.  Please click on the image to the left for a larger picture. Frank Sinatra once bot 48+/- settings for Mia Farrow!!  Chantilly is now in relief on the back of the spoons only

Four Piece Place Size Setting Price $220

Larger Dinner Size Estate $235




Many many other patterns available 

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