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    A One Hundred and Ninety-Two Piece Josef Carl Klinkosch Silver Flatware Service, Vienna, Austria, circa 1867
    Marks: (Dianakopf), (double eagle), JCK, MS
    11.25 inches (28.6 cm) (fish slice)
    235.06 troy ounces (weighable)

    The service with four custom fitted trays, comprising:
    12 dinner knives;
    12 luncheon knives;
    12 fish knives;
    1 master butter spreader;
    12 dinner forks;
    12 luncheon forks;
    10 seafood forks;
    12 dessert forks;
    12 oval soup spoons;
    12 teaspoons;
    12 five o'clock spoons (gold wash);
    12 ice cream spoons (gold wash);
    12 demitasse spoons;
    6 salt spoons;
    12 tablespoons;
    2 large serving spoons;
    2 large casserole spoons;
    2 casserole spoons (gold wash);
    1 tureen ladle;
    1 gravy ladle;
    2 large cream ladles;
    1 pierced berry ladle (gold wash);
    1 pierced serving tongs;
    1 sugar tongs;
    1 pickle fork;
    1 lemon fork;
    1 cold meat fork;
    2 serving forks;
    1 cheese scoop;
    1 fish serving set (2 pieces);
    1 pierced fish serving knife;
    6 salt cellars with 3 glass liners.
    192 total

    More information about Joseph Carl Klinkosch, also known as Joseph Carl Klinkosch, J.C. Klinkosch.

    Condition Report*: Some bending, nicking and scratching, errant minor pit spots, with wear commensurate with age, polishing, and regular use.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    October, 2018
    15th Monday
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