MEDALLION WENDT ANTIQUE STERLING SILVER SALAD SET - For Sale

MEDALLION WENDT ANTIQUE STERLING SILVER SALAD SET
Price: $2100.00
Evidence strongly suggests that the originator of the die-stamped antique flatware pattern Medallion was the great nineteenth century manufacturer John R. Wendt. On May 13, 1862 United States design patent 1580 was issued in his name. Quotes from the patent support the theory that his was the first die-cut medallion. Wendt produced some of the finest antique silver of his day, but he did not use a manufacturing mark of his own. Ball, Black & Co, one of the famous retailers in New York retailed most of his silver. This antique silver set has their mark and Patent 925 to indicate silver content. The medallion is Minerva. Date c. 1865 Length 11 1/2". There is a triple monogram. A rare Medallion salad set

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