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These lovely antique forks are a piece of the opulent 1920's.
- Lovely old patina highlights the fine beaded edge, floral and vase looking design on handle tip. The back of the handles also feature a small design which I seem to find most often on silver plated flatware from the 1900's to early 1930's
- Bouquet pattern also known as Vendome is by Anchor Rogers. Introduced in 1924.
- The forks have a low warm shine, rich patina with a medium weight that is nicely balanced in your hand.
- Appear to be "luncheon size" forks measuring 7" long. Unless side by side with a standard dinner fork you may not realize the size difference.
Can't you just imagine these at a finely set table with women wearing cloche hats and oodles of pearls and gentlemen in finely tailored suits.
Pre-loved but pretty well taken care of. There is more noticeable scratch on the right tine of the Mr. fork you can see in the photos and the Mrs. has one near the "R." They don't seem to stand out as much in person but they are there.
I should look this good at over 85 years old.
Listing is for one set/pair=one Mr. fork and one Mrs. fork.
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These are vintage, evidence of pitting due to previous wear or age and marks made during the hammering process are expected. Spacing and alignment of letters is not exact all which add to their whimsical and charming look. These are perfectly imperfect.
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