International Silver Co. Royal Danish Pattern Flatware Service for Twelve Sterling silver Connecticut, mid-20th century The design based on Georg Jensen's Acorn pattern: twenty-four teaspoons, twelve cream soupspoons, twelve iced beverage spoons, thirteen dinner knives (one repaired) with stainless blades, twelve dinner forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve butter spreaders, butter knife, four tablespoons, six oyster forks, sugar spoon, sugar tongs, jelly server, two-piece salad set, two-piece carving set with stainless tines and blade, two-piece cake serving set with stainless blade, gravy ladle, cream ladle, tomato server, cheese server with stainless blade, two small serving spoons, three small forks, meat fork, molded marks, U.S.A. Royal Danish International Sterling, ht. 4 1/2 to 13 in., with stainless steel elements approx. total wt. 196.5 troy oz. Estimate $2,500-3,500
Expected signs of use, handle of one dinner knife repaired.
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