Nr Antique Watson Sterling Silver Wentworth Tomato Server 1913 Mono M
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Nr Antique Watson Sterling Silver Wentworth Tomato Server 1913 Mono M:
Here's another delightfulantique sterling silver serving piece -- a server for sliced tomatoes (or similar), in the WENTWORTH pattern introduced in 1913 by the Watson Company (later bought by Wallace). The pattern is an example of timeless Edwardian elegance!
This piece weighs45 grams and measures 7-1/2" by 2-3/4". It is monogrammed 'M'.
I will be listing a total of over 100 pieces of sterling silver flatware over the next two or three weeks. Please note the following applies to all the listings:
- Weights (on postal scale) and measurements are approximate
- All pieces have been lightly cleaned by me with silver polish
- All pieces are antique, not reproduction, and will show signs of normal use. Any unusual wear (like large dents, bends, or breaks) will be noted in the description
- Any monograms will be noted
- All pieces are bright sterling silver. Any odd colors or marks are reflections from the surroundings (e.g., my nail polish)
Don't miss this wonderful find! This is a 10-day sale ending Sunday evening. Highest offer takes it!
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Domestic Shipping: Shipping is FREE. All silver pieces will be shipped by US first-class or priority mail -- my choice, based on weight and package dimensions.
SORRY, there will be NO international shipping on silver flatware.
Payment: You pay, I ship! It's that simple. Same or next day; allow for weekends and public holidays. I accept Paypal (e-checks must clear first); e-mail me if you want to inquire about other methods. Contact is expected within three days, and payment within five days, or a non-paying buyer alert will be filed.
sale Policy: I will not end a no-reserve sale early. For sales in the Buy It Now/Best Offer format, the piece is also available for sale locally, and will be withdrawn if it sells hereabouts first.
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1 inch = 25.4mm
Don't forget to ! I welcome all questions before the sale ends, and will reply promptly. I am a member of the American Society of Jewelry Historians, and take my obligations as an seller very seriously.
Thanks for looking and good luck offerding!