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Extremely rare and desirable sugar tongs from the Ile de France.  Not only are they super cute, but they are in fantastic condition.  Measuring about 5″ and made by Christofle. 

Very old Cunard Line silver-plated dinner knife in a pattern I have only seen once or twice.  Definitely not common!  In very good condition.  Made by Elkington Plate and date coded 1903.  Measures just under… read more ›

A lovely White Star Line knife in the reed-and-star pattern as used on board the RMS Olympic ad RMS Titanic.  Produced by Harrison Bros & Howson and marked with the White Star Line name and… read more ›

Isn’t this just the dish?!  Fantastic-condition White Star Line reed-and-star dish from the on-board service.  Measures about 10.5″ x 7.25″,  Made by Elkington plate and dated to 1932, meaning it was probably made for the… read more ›

I haven’t had a set of White Star Line sugar tongs in ages.  These are made by our friends at Elkington Silver and date to 1930.  They measure about 4.25″ long.  In excellent condition.  They… read more ›