American, 20th century. A sterling flatware service by Heirloom in the Lasting Spring pattern, seventy-five pieces in total, including twelve hollow knives with stainless blades, two butter knives with stainless blades, a cake breaker, twelve teaspoons, six round bowl soup spoons, ten dinner forks, three luncheon forks, twelve salad forks, five individual butter knives, a master butter knife, a meat serving fork, three tablespoons, a casserole spoon, a sugar spoon, an infant spoon, a gravy ladle, a cream ladle, a lemon fork and a pickle fork. All pieces marked, PLUS thirteen other pieces of silverplated and sterling-handled pieces; largest lg. 8.75 in., total weighable silver wt. 75.68ozt (2353.5g).
Provenance:Property from Donald A. Rich Private Collection, Darien, Connecticut
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