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Vintage

Mother-of-Pearl Tea Knives, S/6

From Gillian

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Mother-of-Pearl Tea Knives, S/6
Mother-of-Pearl Tea Knives, S/6
Mother-of-Pearl Tea Knives, S/6
Mother-of-Pearl Tea Knives, S/6

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; gently used

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

mother-of-pearl/silverplate/sterling silver

Size:

5.5" L x 0.5" W

Color/Finish:

silver/white

Care:

hand-wash

Why We Love This

Set of six mother-of-pearl-handled tea knives made around 1910. The collars between the blades and handles are marked "sterling." Blades marked "Landers Frary Clark."
As described by From Gillian

Why We Love This

Set of six mother-of-pearl-handled tea knives made around 1910. The collars between the blades and handles are marked "sterling." Blades marked "Landers Frary Clark."

About From Gillian

History, of people, places and their possessions, has always interested Gillian Schusster. "My maternal and paternal roots especially capture my passion," she says. "England and the USA have provided me with a motherlode of what I like to refer to as Historical Art History, Alas Antiques, Heirlooms and collectibles!" With no borders and no boundries to contain her, she proudly presents her collection, From Gillian.