SA Haddad Jezzin Flatware 16 pcs Carved Bird Brass WingVery decorative, vintage stainless steel flatware set, supposed circa is early 1900's, by S&A Haddad Jezzin (Lebanon). Included are 16 pieces, each having a meticulously carved, from a horn, handle in the form of a bird (peacock). The birds have enamel accented backs, the brass wings are adorned with silver, black, blue and red enamel inlays. The blade on the serrated knife has what appears to be Arabic script above S&A Haddad Jezzin. The heels of the spoons and forks have S&A Haddad Stainless. The back of the server also has Made in Lebanon. Included are: 1Serrated Knife (12-1/4" long) 1 Meat Carving Fork (10" long) 1 Serving Spoon (9-5/8" long) 1 Cake Server (10-1/4" long) 3 Salad Forks (6-7/8" long) 2 Teaspoons (6-3/4" long) 4 Dinner Forks (8-3/4" long) 3 Soup Spoons (8-3/8" long) All pieces are heavy and nicely weighted. Aside from some pieces having light normal wear, while others appear unused, overall these pieces are in very good condition. Actual shipping cost.
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