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Sale 4 Piece Dinner Place Settings in the gorgeous Sterling Silver "Florentine Lace" pattern of flatware made by Reed & Barton, 1951. The Dinner place setting includes a 6" Teaspoon, 6 1/2" Salad Fork, 7 7/8" Dinner Fork and 9 1/2" Modern Hollow Knife. This sterling flatware is just so beautiful with leaves and flowers and a lacy reticulated design. It just has a look of elegance that will grace every table! In addition, this is a heavy sterling, with these 4 pieces weighing 7.6 ounces.
It is my understanding that before 1951, this same pattern was made by a different maker. In 1928, Reed & Barton bought Dominick & Haff Co. and later began making this pattern again under the new name "Florentine Lace," and what a perfect name that is for this sterling dinnerware . Prior to that, this same pattern by Dominick & Haff was called Trianon Pierced.
I had 8 Dinner 4 Piece Place Settings available, but all have been sold except this last listing for ONE place setting. In a couple of pictures below, you can also see that I also had more pieces that you may add to this beautiful set, including iced teaspoons, butter knives, a gravy ladle. Some of them are gone, but I do have some additional spoons if you need replacements. Please let me know if you are interested in other pieces, as I am happy to mail them together.
I am happy to combine purchases to save you on shipping, so please be sure to let me know if you are interested in other items I have listed.
Thanks so much for shopping with me, and God Bless YoU! May we honor Him in all we say and do!
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Reed & Barton Sterling Silver Pierced Florentine Lace 4 Piece Dinner Place Setting 1951
$153 USD SOLD
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