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Lot 61851
A Forty-Piece John Wendt Arabesque Pattern Silver Flatware Group, New York City, designed 1870 by Bernhard D. Beiderhase
Marks: STERLING, PATENT; (various)
8-3/8 inches long (21.3 cm) (longest, serving spoon)
50.49 troy ounces

The lot comprising:
5 luncheon knives;
3 dinner forks;
5 bacon forks;
3 serving spoons;
5 oval soup spoons;
14 teaspoons;
4 egg spoons;
1 gravy ladle.
40 total


Some with retailer marks.

Condition

Various engravings, errant nicking, with wear and surface scratches commensurate with age, polishing, and use.

Starting Bid

$350.00

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61851: A Forty-Piece John Wendt Arabesque Pattern Silve

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Estimate $700 - $900
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Auction Curated By:
Karen Rigdon
Director Decorative Art & Design, Silver & Vertu
3500 Maple Avenue
17th Floor
Dallas, TX 75219
United States
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