Sterling Silver Frank Whiting Silver Lemon Fork ~ Adams
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Approximately .31 troy ounces
Marked Frank M. Whiting Co. Sterling
About 4 ¾
Adams pattern 1944
We are pleased to offer this lovely sterling silver lemon fork by Frank M. Whiting Silver in the Adams pattern.
This sterling silver lemon fork has a very simple but elegant pattern. This piece is in very good condition with slight polish marks that come with time. This would make an excellent addition to ones sterling collection. What a great find!
The Frank M. Whiting & Co. was founded in 1878 in North Attleboro, Massachusetts by the son of William Whiting, the founder of the Whiting Manufacturing Co. In 1897 the company was incorporated and later was purchased by the Ellmore Silver Company of Meriden, CT. Their line included sterling silver flatware, hollowware, novelties, souvenir spoons, and baby goods.
Sterling silver is a white and highly reflective precious metal. Sterling refers to silver that is 92.5 percent pure, which should be stamped on the metal, sometimes accompanied by the initials of the designer or country of origin as a hallmark. Although less durable than stainless steel and other precious metals, sterling silver is often employed in watches that coordinate or look like sterling jewelry.
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Goodoletom purchased this item from a Hartford area estate. It is unique in our inventory, so Buy It Now and don't be disappointed! (010308AJE07KR) 1/08
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