Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Baird-North Serving Fork
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A lovely sterling silver fancy serving fork in an unnamed Art Nouveau pattern by the Baird-North Co. The handle is beautifully decorated with a thorny vine of wild roses. The back is decorated in a simpler design of roses. The splayed tines are ornately pierced. A fork of this shape would probably have been used to serve bacon, but it might also be useful for cold meats. The reverse is marked Sterling/Pat. 1903. There is no makers mark (makers marks were not legally required until 1906), but weve had pieces in this pattern that have bear Baird-Norths hallmark. Origin: America, ca. 1903-1906. Condition: excellent, sharp detail, no monograms. Size: 8 long. Weight: 35.5 grams.
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- Ca. 1905
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