Durgin for Gorham Fairfax Flatware
American, 20th century. A two hundred and one piece Durgin for Gorham sterling silver flatware set in the Fairfax pattern, including twenty-nine dinner forks, eighteen salad forks, one children's fork, twelve cocktail forks, thirty-three teaspoons, six orange spoons, twelve dessert spoons, six table spoons, twelve iced tea spoons, thirteen bouillon spoons, one cream ladle, one gravy ladle, one bouillon ladle, one chocolate spoon, one sugar spoon, eight dinner knives, ten dessert knives, six fruit knives, one tea knife, seventeen butter spreaders, one pie server, one cheese server, one butter knife, one serving spoon, one large cold meat fork, one salad serving fork, one carving knife, one carving fork, one steak knife, one steak fork, one knife sharpener, and one set of tête-à-tête tongs, all marked and monogrammed with B; (longest) lg. 14.75 in., total weighable silver wt. 180.090ozt (5601.4g).
Provenance: Property from the Estate of John B. Black and Peter M. Black, Mansfield, Ohio