Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8"

Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8

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Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8
Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8
Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8
Westmoreland Sterling Silver Fork 1940 George & Martha Washington Pattern 7-1/8

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Weighs 50.54 g / 32.5 dwt / 1.63 ozt Company name: Westmoreland Pattern name: George & Martha Washington Piece: fork Date introduced: 1940 Metal: Sterling silver Condition: Pre-owned This Westmoreland pattern is one of the staples of their limited collection of sterling silver flatware patterns that are suitable for everyday use, but, being composed of solid sterling silver, is also quite useable with those fun visits of friends for parties, gatherings around the TV for games, or the inevitable and welcome visits for members of the family who do not live with you. What a pleasure it is to own such historical patterns as George and Martha Washington. Westmoreland Silver was founded in 1940 through the combined work of Wallace Sterling Company silversmiths and Wearever Aluminum, Inc. They began in at the height of the popularity, almost mandatory ownership of sterling silver dinnerware. Westmoreland’s patterns became instantly popular and are still sold today.

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