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Posted by mamarye (My Page) on
Tue, May 26, 09 at 10:50

I HAVE AN ANTIQUE TWENTY-NINE PEICE DINNERWARE SET IN WOODEN CASE AND I'M TRYING TO FINE WHO MADE THEM AND HOW OLD THEY MIGHT BE. THE ONLY MARKINGS ON THEM IS TWO HORIZONAL UPWORD STROKES ON THE FLATWARE.IF YOU COULD PLEASE POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, BECAUSE THIS IS ALL NEW TO ME AND I JUST DONT HAVE A CLUE.!


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RE: help !!!

For future reference, typing in all caps is like yelling.

Now, can you take a photo of both sides of the flatware and post it here? (Search for instructions as to how to post.)

What's the material? Silver, silverplate, stainless?


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sorry! did'nt know i was yelling ,i'll try and post a photo it may take a minute.the matrerial i think is copper,wooden handles.


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Copper sounds great, I'd love to see a photo!


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Copper, or bronze/brass? Could be a Thai set.


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