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Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12

Laurie Zook Arts & Furnishings

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Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12
Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12
Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12
Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12
Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Knives, S/12

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; wear, losses, and breakage to box, slight wear to knives
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
coin silver
Size:
9" L x 6.5" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
silver

Why We Love This

Antique coin silver set of 12 fancy breakfast knives made in the 1840s by Tifft and Whiting of North Attleboro, Massachusetts. The blades are engraved with a fleur-de-lis flourish. Coin silver hollow handles and bezels. Each knife weighs 42 grams. The knives come in their original wooden and board box with leather cover and silk and velvet lining. Knives, 9"L.
As described by Laurie Zook Arts & Furnishings

About Laurie Zook Arts & Furnishings

Laurie Zook offers a variety of antique and vintage classics culled from Washington DC-area estates and properties. Since 1999 her service company, Mission:Transition, has provided transitions management, estate downsizing, clearing and liquidations. Her selection of finds includes international and domestic finely-crafted furniture and fine and decorative arts. Her range? From Classic to Kitsch!