Sterling Elkington & Co Flatware 149 Pieces in Trefoil Pattern Ellington Birming

Sterling Elkington & Co Flatware 149 Pieces in Trefoil Pattern Ellington Birming

Composition: Sterling Silver Age: 1900-1940
Type: Flatware Brand: Elkington
Maker: Elkington & Co.

 

Sterling Elkington & Co Flatware in Trefoil Pattern Ellington Birmingham Circa 1920, Art Deco Sterling Silver Flatware, Monogramed “G” ,Total of 149 Pieces

 

For sale is a Sterling Silver Flatware service by Elkington & Co. in the Trefoil Pattern. All the pieces are in Sterling Silver with the exception of the stainless steel blades and tongs on some of them. All the pieces are MONOGRAMMED: “G” 

Please see list below.

$12,300.00

Available!

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INCLUDED: Approx. Measurements & Weight

6 – Dinner Knives approx. 9 1/4″. – 63 grams each – Stainless Steel Blade
6 – Luncheon Knives. 8 1/4″ – 52 grams each – Stainless Steel Blade
12 – Blunt Blade Knives. 8″ – 56 grams each – Solid Sterling
12 – Dinner Forks. 8 1/8″ – 61 grams each
12 – Luncheon Forks. 7″ – 43 grams each
12 – Salad/Desert Forks. 6″ – 27 grams each
12 – Soup Spoons. 7 1/2″. – 49 grams each
12 – Flat Handle Butter / Jam Knives. 6 1/2″ – 23 grams each
12 – Fish Knives. 9″ -68 grams each
12 – Fish Forks. 7″ – 51 grams , Solid Sterling
10 – Dessert Spoons. 5″ – 18 grams each
12 – Coffee / Tea Demi-Spoons 4 1/2″ -16 grams each
7 – Grapefruit Spoons. 5 1/2″ – 23 grams each
3 – Serving /Table Spoons. 9″ – 78 grams each
1 – Casserole Spoon 9 1/2″ – 118 Grams
1 – Grille Knife – 9 1/2″ – 72 grams
1 – Grille Fork – 8 3/4″ – 84 grams
1 – Pierced Bonbon Spoon. 6″ -36 grams
1 – Cream / Mustard Ladle. 5″ – 28 grams
1 – Ladle Gravy. 6″ – 50 grams
1 – Pickle/ Olive Fork. 7 3/4″
1 – Sugar Spoon 6″
1 – Sugar Tongs. 4 1/2″

MONOGRAMMED: “G”
Circa: 1928-1930
CONDITION: good vintage condition, was recently professionally polished, has some ware marks associated with usage and age.

A Little History on Elkington Plate

Elkington Silver Company is one of the premiere producers of Sterling Silver Flatware and Silver Plates. In the mid 1800 Elkington Plate was the first to produce the more affordable Silver Plate when they patented the first commercial electroplating process. Queen Victoria gave permission to Elkington Silver Company to replicate the Royal Patterns in silver plate therefor making them more affordable to the masses.
THIS SET IS STERLING SILVER WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SOME OF THE STAINLESS STEEL KNIFE BLADES
A total of 24 pieces.

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