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Towle Silversmiths "Mary Chilton" Sterling Silver Flatware

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A collection of twenty-seven pieces of sterling silver flatware in the Mary Chilton pattern by Towle Silversmiths; designed by Henry C. Quincy and E.H. Colby, and in production from 1912 until 1996. The collection includes one tablespoon, four dinner knives, one pair of sugar tongs, two butter spreaders, ten teaspoons, three dinner forks, and six salad forks. Each piece is engraved with a script letter ‘M’ to its handle and is marked by Towle to its underside. These pieces, excluding the hollow handled dinner knives, have a total approximate weight of 22.300 ozt.

Items Included 10 Teaspoons, 3 Dinner Forks, 6 Salad Forks, 1 Tablespoon, 4 Dinner Knives, 1 Pair of Sugar Tongs, 2 Butter Spreaders
Brand Towle Silversmiths
Materials Stainless Steel, Sterling Silver
Marks Pictorial Maker’s Mark, Fineness Mark, Patent Mark
Period 1912-1996
Origin United States
Pattern Mary Chilton
Weighted No
Approximate Weight (ozt.) 22.300
Personalization “M”
Number of Items 27


- minor surface scratches throughout; light tarnish; personalized engravings to handles.


1.75" W x 8.5" H x 1.75" D

- measurements of the tablespoon.

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