Durgin Wentworth Flatware Service, 167 Pieces

  • This 167-piece Wentworth silver flatware service represents American silver at its finest
  • Crafted by the celebrated Durgin, it is hand-chased with an intricate floral motif
  • The rare service for 12 is housed in its original fitted case
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Item No. 30-7127

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This rare 167-piece Wentworth sterling silver flatware service was crafted by the celebrated William B. Durgin Silver Company. Each piece bears an intricate, hand-chased pattern featuring florettes, acanthus leaves, scrolls, and an open cartouche surrounding a monogram. Originally retailed by Grogan Company, the leading retail jeweler in Pittsburgh at the turn of the century, this set of 12 is truly exceptional.

The set comes complete in its original fitted, suede-lined case.

American, circa 1902

Marked "STERLING" with script "D" mark for Durgin and retailer's mark "Grogan Company"

Case: 6" high x 23 1/8" wide x 18 7/16" deep 

This service comprises:
12 dinner knives12 lunch knives12 butter spreaders12 dinner forks12 lunch forks12 fish forks12 salad forks12 cocktail forks12 tablespoons12 demitasse spoons12 boullion spoons12 grapefruit spoons12 teaspoons6 serving spoons5-piece carving set 
Durgin Wentworth Flatware Service, 167 Pieces
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Flatware
Depth: 18.44 Inches
Width: 23.13 Inches
Height: 6.0 Inches
Style: Art Nouveau

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