From a Texas estate, this beautiful discontinued Wallace Sterling pattern was introduced in 1950, and was the pattern registered by this bride when she married in 1956 in Oklahoma. Romance of the Sea is one of the most substantial sterling patterns I’ve ever seen. These spoons are very heavy and measure 8 ½” long. There are some use marks on them, but they have developed a beautiful patina over the last 60 years.
Just in time for all of your entertaining needs, these would be a wonderful addition to your collection or to use every day. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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