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Pair of English Silver Plate Salad Servers

  • Sheffield, circa 1920
  • Dimensions: 8 3/4 inches in length

As salad became a popular dish with the social elite, salad servers were created in the late 18th century. They comprise of a large spoon (gravy spoon size) and a fork of similar stature and shape. The fork generally has the same shape to the spoon bowl, with the addition of at least four prongs.

A simple and elegant pair of English Silver Plate Salad Servers that have been crafted in the Old English pattern. They have long sturdy handles and plain round shaped bowls which are perfect for serving food. The spoon has a shallow bowl and the fork has small prongs which allow a firm grip during the serving process.

Our pair of English Silver Plate Salad Servers reside in a fitted case, make a lovely gift if one chooses to, and can certainly be used quite frequently.

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