CA6 AN ASSEMBLED SHEFFIELD SILVERPLATE KINGS PATTERN CUTLERY

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Description

11 dinner forks
12 dinner knives
12 entr??e forks
12 entr??e knives
11 fish knives
12 fish forks
12 soup spoons
10 dessert spoons
10 mocha spoons
10 teaspoons
3 serving spoons
1 sugar spoon
1 butter knife
1 set of salad servers
(124 pieces in total)
The set consist of 3 different makers. The larges part is made by the same company but the Fish knifes and Forks is from N. Barnette.
The blades are stainless steel and the rest E.P.N.S Sheffield that was renownd for there quality.
1)The salad set was made by WILLIAM ADAMS INC ( W A ). Birmingham and New York
Founded in 1865 by William Adams. Much of its production was exported, especially to the United States. Later the business was purchased by Henry Jenkins & Sons Ltd. Trademarks were registered in the U.S. in 1932 and 1950
2) The rest of the set has different variations for Lee en Wigfull op. The A1 mark was used to show the quality of the steel and silver , which where excellent. More about them:
GEORGE SHADFORD LEE, LEE & WIGFULL and LEE & WIGFULL (SHEFFIELD) LTD
George S. Lee was active in Charlotte Street Works, Sheffield, together with Henry Wigfull.The firm was described as Manufacturing Silversmith, Electro Plater and Britannia Metal Smith.
The partnership between George Shadford Lee and Henry Wigfull was dissolved in 1870. The business was continued by Henry Wigfull under the same style and address (John Street Works, Sheffield).
The firm was converted in 1899 into a limited liability company under the style of Lee & Wigfull (Sheffield) Ltd. From 1872 to 1968 LTD from 1900.