Vintage Bsf Bremer Silberschmied Fish Fork Knife Stainless 18/8 Set
Vintage BSF Bremer Silberschmied Fish Fork and Knife Set. This set contains twelve pieces, six fish forks and six knives. This set was made in Germany, it is made of 18/8 stainless and dates to 1960. Each fork is 6 3/4 inches long and each knife is 7 3/4 inches long. It comes in the original box, is in excellent never used condition. Box is also in very good condition with some light scuff marks on the plastic cover and some light shelf wear on the corners of the box. Hard to find set mid century set that would be an excellent addition to your cutlery or make a wonderful gift. Please see our other listings for additional set.
This set of 4 spreaders aare still in the original box. Handles are decorated colorfully with country scenes. I believe from the early '90's. Box marked Brandon House Country Life, Dayton Hudson Corp. In like new condition.
Carlyle Cameo Place Setting Stainless New In Box Vintage
Vintage Three Piece Place Setting in the Cameo Pattern, made by Carlyle from the 1960's to the 1970's. This flatware is made of stainless and includes an 8 1/4 inch dinner knife, a 7 1/2 inch fork and a 6 1/4 inch teaspoon. All three pieces are in excellent, never used condition, they are in the original box, box does show some wear. Perfect addition to your set, hard to find these vintage pieces in never used condition!
This rare sized beater was made only one or two years and was designed to fill the need for a beater for small amounts, such as for beating a small amount of cream, or a single egg, or to mix a small portion of mayonnaise. This was last shown in the A Kitchen's and Gadgets 1920-1950 1982 pg. 75) This small size would easily be confused for a child's toy beater. Condition: used, vintage
A large silverplated salad serving fork and spoon set. Marked Italy. Measures 8.5 in. -9 in. long They are 2.5- 3 in. wide. Ornate openwork and they have an angel or cherub on the handles. In very good condition but need a polishing. Nice patina. Marked Italy. I believe from the 1960's era.