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G. Hermeling for Wilkens Söhne, Bremen, 118-piece cutlery set with serving pieces

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Gabriel Hermeling for Wilkens Söhne, Bremen. Extensive table cutlery, 1880s. 118 parts. Each for 12 people: table spoons, soup spoons, dessert spoons, coffee spoons, dinner forks, table forks, dinner knives, table knives, fish forks, fish knives, 2 fish serving pieces, 2 pieces of salad servers, 2 pie servers, three cold cuts forks, soup ladle. A total of 8433 grams of silver. Inscribed: fineness stamp 800 as well as half moon and manufacturer's mark G.Hermeling (embossed).
The Cologne goldsmith Gabriel Hermeling (1833-1904) bore the honorable title of imperial court blacksmith and enameller.
His goldsmith workshop in Cologne was considered one of the leading manufacturers in the Rhineland. Hermeling enjoyed the favor of the Hohenzollerns and especially Kaiser Wilhelm II. His excellent works in gold and silver, decorated with enamel and precious stones, can be admired in the Cologne City Museum.
Artist Name: Gabriel Hermeling Circa: 1880s Notes: H. M. Wilkens & Söhne, Bremen

Condition: Condition Report available on request

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Gabriel Hermeling for Wilkens Söhne, Bremen. Extensive table cutlery, 1880s. 118 parts. Each for 12 people: table spoons, soup spoons, dessert spoons, coffee spoons, dinner forks, table forks, dinner knives, table knives, fish forks, fish knives, 2 fish serving pieces, 2 pieces of salad servers, 2 pie servers, three cold cuts forks, soup ladle. A total of 8433 grams of silver. Inscribed: fineness stamp 800 as well as half moon and manufacturer's mark G.Hermeling (embossed).
The Cologne goldsmith Gabriel Hermeling (1833-1904) bore the honorable title of imperial court blacksmith and enameller.
His goldsmith workshop in Cologne was considered one of the leading manufacturers in the Rhineland. Hermeling enjoyed the favor of the Hohenzollerns and especially Kaiser Wilhelm II. His excellent works in gold and silver, decorated with enamel and precious stones, can be admired in the Cologne City Museum.
Artist Name: Gabriel Hermeling Circa: 1880s Notes: H. M. Wilkens & Söhne, Bremen

Condition: Condition Report available on request

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