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Allan Adler "Modern Georgian" Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Service, California, mid-20th century, thirteen spreaders, twelve each: hollow knives, soupspoons, luncheon forks, dinner forks, oyster forks, and teaspoons; and one pickle fork, approx. 113.3 troy oz. weighable silver.
Note: Allan W. Adler was an American silversmith, known as "silversmith to the stars". Adler was known for producing silverware and holloware in flat, clean shapes. Adler crafted jewelry, tableware, flatware, and had a brief contract producing parts for classified radar equipment during the Second World War.
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