Georg Jensen Acorn Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Service and a Collection of Antique Serving Pieces, Jensen: Denmark, post-1945, twelve each soupspoons, five o'clock spoons, dessert/salad forks, place forks, and place knives with stainless steel blades, three tablespoons, thirteen oyster forks, six iced beverage spoons, a salad set (spoon and fork), a fish knife, a pastry server, a mustard spoon, a pickle fork, a cold meat fork, a sauce ladle, a gravy ladle, and a serving spoon, all with marker's mark and "Sterling," lg. 4 to 10 1/2, approx. 119.0 troy oz. weighable silver; a Jensen Blossom pattern petit four server, maker's mark and "Sterling Denmark 84," lg. 8, approx. 3.5 troy oz. weighable silver; and a collection of serving pieces: an ice cream fork, Denmark, marked "Frigast Sterling Denmark," approx. 1.0 troy oz. weighable silver, the rest United States, late 19th/early 20th century, twelve Tiffany & Co. Lap-Over-Edge spreaders with acid-etched decoration including "Dragon Flies, King Fisher, Morning Glories," lg. 5 3/4, a Ball, Black, and Co. fish server, lg. 11 1/4, a fish fork with marker's mark "M," lg. 9, a Galt and Brother serving spoon with scrolled edges, monogrammed, lg. 9 1/2, a Hamilton and Davis sauce ladle, monogrammed, lg. 6 in., approx. 18.0 troy oz. weighable silver, all with maker's marks and "Sterling," with a mahogany case.
Good condition, the Jensen sauce ladle with bent stem. Case missing loop of drawer pull. A few spots of pitting on the back of the Ball, Black and Co. fish server.
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