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An extensive German silver part cutlery service designed by Adolf von Mayrhofer, executed by Gebr. Reiner, Krumbach
designed circa 1910
Estimate
5,0007,000
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241
An extensive German silver part cutlery service designed by Adolf von Mayrhofer, executed by Gebr. Reiner, Krumbach
designed circa 1910
Estimate
5,0007,000
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Details & Cataloguing

20th Century Decorative Arts and Design

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An extensive German silver part cutlery service designed by Adolf von Mayrhofer, executed by Gebr. Reiner, Krumbach
designed circa 1910
comprising: 17 dinner knives, 18 dinner forks, 16 dinner spoons, 18 fish knives, 18 fish forks, 9 pieces of various serving cutlery including a butter knife, two spoons, three fish serving knives, an asparagus serving spoon an ice sickle and a soup ladle,  12 dessert knives, 18 dessert forks, 18 small knives, 17 small forks, 18 ice spoons, 11 cake forks, 12 tea spoons, 18 mocha spoons, the handles cast with toothed ornament (model no. 2200)
Quantity: 220
stamped marks for Germany, 800 standard and makers mark
6813 gr. excluding knives with steel blades
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Literature

Cf. R.W. Sänger, p. 159, fig. 39

20th Century Decorative Arts and Design

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