Krupp "Milano" GIO PONTI flatware âe¢ 7 Salad Forks

7 Salad Forks âe¢ MILANO pattern
Gio Ponti design âe¢ Krupp Italy
This is a NO RESERVE auction!
ITEM
Gorgeous and simple MILANO flatware in gloss stainless. Designed by Gio Ponti in 1936 and made by Krupp of Italy (sometimes know as Fraser-Krupp because Fraser's was the U.S. distributors of this Italian company's products).
This auction is for 7 salad forks 6-3/4" long (17cm). Each fork is stamped ARTHUR KRUPP MILANO ITALY on the bottom of the handle. These pieces probably date from the 1950s.
I will include a quality photocopy of the Milano pattern sheet from a 1950s Fraser's catalog for the winning bidder (please please don't email asking me for copies!). I'll be listing several lots of this pattern in the next few days, so please check my other auctions. I combine auctions for shipping.
CONDITION
In excellent, gently-used condition with no dents, dings, or deep scratches. The high nickel content of this stainless creates a finish that looks like chrome. Truly beautiful stuff.
SHIPPING
I ship worldwide! Buyer pays all shipping and insurance costs. I never charge extra for packaging. USA - this item will be shipped by USPS Priority mail. INTERNATIONAL- this item will be sent by US Postal Service International Priority mail.
I always provice bulletproof packaging for fragile items, but insurance is recommended for loss.
This item is available for pick-up, either in San Francisco or in the East Bay Area. for pick-up
PAYMENT
I accept money orders, cashier's checks, personal checks (which require 10 days to clear before I ship), cash in US $, international wire transfers, and Paypal. (Special note: I hate Paypal. If you can avoid using it, I'd really appreciate it!). Winner must contact me within three days of auction's end. Payment must be made within ten days of auction's end.
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Please check out my other auctions if you are interested in Eames-era industrial design and decorative arts - American, European, and California Design.

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