Antique silver flat and hollow ware from our stock
Precious fish serving cutlery from the Art Nouveau epoch. Curved, lengthwise contoured handles. Fork with wide, curved prongs; knife blade wide, curved, with scalopped edge. Blade and prongs on both sides gold plated, front sides decorated with engraved resp. etched delicate reed leaves and flowers. Marked, made by Wilhelm Theodor Binder in Schwäbisch Gmünd/Germany, about 1900. Condition very good, slightly patina.
Length of the knife appr. 11,4 inch
Length of the fork appr. 10,6 inch
Total weight 282 g
In 800 silver, partly gold plated
Worldwide shipping on demand
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