Lot 411
A Large Reed & Barton "Jacobean" Sterling Silver Flatware Service
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
(318) pieces, service for eighteen, including: (18) knives (9.75 in.); (16) knives (8 7/8 in.); (11) fruit knives; (18) forks (7.75 in.); (18) forks (7 in.); (16) salad forks; (19) fish forks; (18) oyster forks; (18) gumbo spoons (7 in.); (18) bouillon spoons; (18) demitasse spoons; (16) iced tea spoons; (18) ice cream spoons; (11) orange spoons; (21) teaspoons; (13) 5 o'clock spoons; (12) butter knives; (11) tablespoons; soup ladle; crumber; ice cream slice; fish slice; large asparagus server; rice spoon; two-piece salad serving set; pastry server; (2) serving forks; pea server; sugar sifter; gravy ladle; cheese scoop; mustard ladle; pair of sugar tongs; ice tongs; sugar spoon; (2) graduated serving spoons; pair of poultry shears; (2) two-piece carving sets; knife sharpener; and a roast fork. All with period "B" monogram, many with gold wash to bowls.

326.3 total weighable troy oz.

From the Collection of Donald Brusca, Littleton, North Carolina

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a large and complete flatware service from the early 20th century. This set includes many unusual servers, for a total of twenty-eight serving pieces. The "Jacobean" pattern was patented in 1911 and remains a classic design for today's table.

Silverplate blades are in poor condition; many knife handles with denting; overall in good to fair estate condition.

$6,500 - 7,500