Very Unusual Sterling Silver Kenilworth Pattern 1887 Large Cucumber Server

This is a Very Unusual Sterling Silver Large Cucumber Server in the Kenilworth Pattern. We found a piece in the Pattern "Frontenac" by the same Company that is an identical twin to this one. This Serving Fork has a Pierced Deep Bowl that has open decorations of many different cut outs of Stars, Comma's and Fleur de lis Shapes and comes to (6) Points on the end. It was introduced by Simpson Hall Miller & Company ( which later was sold to International Silver Company ) in 1887. It is Monogrammed with an Engraved Script "K". It is marked with the early Knight Head for Simpson, Hall Miller & Co. and Sterling. It is in very good condition.

Item ID: RL-4946


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Kathy & Jim Hill, PORTLAND, OR   

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