International Silver Co. "Richelieu" Sterling Silver Serving Utensils
A collection of seventeen sterling silver serving utensils in the Richelieu pattern by the International Silver Company; designed by Alfred G. Kintz and produced between 1935 and 1996. The collection includes a cake and pie server, a carving set, a salad serving set, a tablespoon, a casserole spoon, a tomato server, a cream ladle, a gravy ladle, a sugar spoon, a nut spoon, sugar tongs, a master butter knife, a butter spreader, a cocktail fork, and a jelly server. Each piece features a scrolled acanthus and floral motif handle, which is hallmarked alongside a “Sterling” fineness mark to its underside. These pieces, excluding the hollow handled utensils, have a total approximate weight of 25.475 ozt.
|Items Included||Cake Server, Tomato Server, Master Butter Knife, Nut Spoon, Sugar Tongs, Butter Spreader, Carving Knife, Carving Fork, Salad Serving Fork, Salad Serving Spoon, Tablespoon, Gravy Ladle, Cream Ladle, Casserole Spoon, Cocktail Fork, Jelly Server, Sugar Spoon|
|Maker||International Silver Co.|
|Materials||Sterling Silver, Stainless Steel|
|Marks||Maker’s Mark, Fineness Mark|
|Number of items||17|
|Approximate Weight (ozt.)||25.475|
- minor surface scratches, scuffs, marks, and tarnish.
- measurements of the cake and pie server.