Reed & Barton Pointed Antique Sterling Cheese Server
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Weighs 48.99 g / 31.5 dwt / 1.58 ozt Length: 6-1/8 inches Pattern: Pointed Antique Made of Sterling Silver No Monogram Very Good Condition This sterling silver cheese server was made by Reed & Barton and the pattern is Pointed Antique. This pattern was issued from 1895-present. This piece is in very good condition and comes with some wear, typical of estate silver. The handle is made of sterling silver and the blade is made of stainless steel.
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The Reed & Barton story began in 1824, when Isaac Babbitt created a new metal alloy - "Britannia metal" - in his Taunton, Massachusetts pewter shop.
Babbitt joined forces with craftsmen Henry G. Reed and Charles E. Barton to produce this innovative, higher quality pewter ware. When Babbitt encountered financial difficulties, Reed & Barton offered to take control and began manufacturing products under their own names. The fledgling company's goods reflected uncompromising standards of excellence, starting with its initial silverplate products and extending to the exquisite sterling silver creations that resulted from the silver discoveries of the late 1800s.
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