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I have a set of Gero and Sambonet.

What do you guys use?
post #2 of 10
Antique 19th century for lunch, Tiffany Faneuil for dinner and English King for serving. My coffee set is an 'eclectic' combination of steiff and randahl.
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Edited by itsstillmatt - 2/8/13 at 10:42pm
post #4 of 10
I found the maker on my luncheonette set, it's Meridan cutlery.
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Here is a serving spoon fromTiffany English King, this is vintage so it was made in the era before they started reducing the amount of material used.

97125D3F-4B53-4DB2-BC21-25A563449DA6-349-00000301527471BF_zps8f5f0913.jpg

This set is one of very few that have the pattern on the back as well as the front.
post #6 of 10
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^^ thats a nice piece of wood there, that your dinner table?
post #7 of 10
Thank you, no that's a side table. My dinner table is glass.

Is this thread about silverware or flatware?
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 2/9/13 at 5:55am
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Is this thread about silverware or flatware?

Both now

I know better but I've always used the word silverware
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Here is a serving spoon fromTiffany English King, this is vintage so it was made in the era before they started reducing the amount of material used.

97125D3F-4B53-4DB2-BC21-25A563449DA6-349-00000301527471BF_zps8f5f0913.jpg

This set is one of very few that have the pattern on the back as well as the front.

Is that Wenge or Zebrawood on that table? Looks fantastic.
post #10 of 10
Thanks Thomas, it is Macassar ebony,
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 2/9/13 at 9:51am
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