This is a very rare and exceptional piece, An Antique/Vintage Danish Sterling Silver Fish Server Set from early 20th Century Copenhagen. It is a striking set that you won't see very often!
This set comprises two very large serving pieces, a flat server and a serving fork. The clean design showcases the influence of Art Deco modernism at the time. The handles are elaborated with a massive fish pattern and pearl accents - the composition with incredible freedom and originality, nicely and finely pierced according the outline of the "Fishes". You will appreciate the workmanship that went into this delighted serveware! It punctuated with a hand-engraved monogram JJE with intricate interlaced letters. Excellent condition.
Hallmarked the Three-Tower Mark of Copenhagen with date 21 (1921). Assayer mark of Christian F. Heise, 1904-1932. Probably silversmith's maker mark "F.I.H", we could not find the reference.
Measurements & Condition
Flat Server 11 1/2 inch (29.3 cm) long x 3 1/8 inch (8 cm) wide at the blade.
Serving Fork 10 1/2 inch (26.5 cm) long x 3 1/8 inch (8cm) wide at the blade.
Weight: 9.1 oz (263 grams) of solid sterling silver.
Excellent Condition with minor signs of light use. Please refer the detail photos I added.
(Item Reference No.00614)
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Antique/Vintage Danish Sterling Silver Fish Server Set "Art Deco"
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