2 sets of spoons in silver + PL750 gold/golden
1970 - Germany - Stainless steel - In mint condition - Not used - With certificate - Hallmarked - Marks on both sides.
A beautiful PL750 gold/golden set of cutlery of 37 pieces by the Solingen Imperial company in its original packaging. Includes 6 dinner forks, 6 dinner knives, 6 tablespoons, 6 dessert forks, 6 teaspoons and 7 serving pieces. (2 serving forks, 4 serving spoons and 1 ladle, see pictures 6/9). The cutlery is printed with "IMPERIAL 18/10 HARTVERGOLDET" and "IMPERIAL ROSTFREI" can be seen on the knives, on pictures 7 / 8. The cutlery is made of stainless steel and is dishwasher safe. With guarantee certificate, picture 14.
Box size / drawer insert: 45 cm x 28 cm x 5 cm. Total weight with all pieces: 2.1 kg. The lid of the box has slight traces of age.
The colour of the pictures can be affected by light, the pictures are part of the description.
Worldwide shipping insured and well packed with DHL, DPD, GLS or Hermes. The purchaser will be informed of the tracking number once it has been shipped. Shipping at buyer's risk.
2nd half of the 20th century, Germany, in good condition.
In very good condition, gold heart cutlery in original case.
Signs of wear present Amper.
This 12 people cutlery set is consisting of 69 pieces.
12 dinner forks;
12 dinner knives (only gilded on the handles, the blades are made of stainless steel);
12 dessert forks;
9 different serving pieces, only the cake slice.
The housing is made of bakelite.
I don't know if the combination lock is still working.
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