Wallace Grande Baroque Sterling Silver Modern Blade Butter Knife
First produced in 1941, the design of Wallace Grande Baroque silverware was created by William S. Warren to celebrate the art of the Baroque period. In designing Grande Baroque flatware, silversmith Warren drew upon his knowledge of Renaissance and Baroque art to create a true masterpiece in sterling.
Polished Normal wear from use
Hallmarked Wallace Sterling
Length is 6 1/4″
Weight 43 grams
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Piece may exhibit light signs of usage but have been polished to restore
Overall great condition
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TRADERS LOAN & JEWELRY EST. 1954
CA residents pay sales tax
Traders Loan & Jewelry Est. 1954