Vintage Buccellati Savoy Pattern 800 Silver Flatware Giovanni Mantel, 117pc


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History of this flatware set:

This vintage, circa 1960s/1970s, 800 silver flatware set in the Savoy pattern was made for Buccellati by Fabbrica Argenteria Clementi dì Giovanni Mantel. The silverware hallmark shows the silver maker was originally a subsidiary of a German company called Wilkens. The company passed on to Michelangelo Clementi, and then Giovanni Mantel who resurrected the company after World War II. The mark on this flatware was registered in 1968 (see photo of hallmark). The silverworks company did work for Buccellati, eventually being acquired by Buccellati in the 1980s. (After the company was acquired by Buccellati, the hallmark changed to include the name Buccellati in the hallmark.)

This listing includes 117 pieces:

There are 105 place setting pieces and 12 serving pieces, for a total of 117 pieces. The place setting pieces can be used for a 7-piece place setting for 12, or a 9-piece plate setting for 10. The weight of the solid pieces is 4,379 grams. The total weight including the hollow handle pieces is apx. 4,500 grams, or just over 145 ounces.

The pieces in the place settings include:

12 – Salad Forks, 6-3/4”
12 – Narrow Forks, 6-1/2”
12 – Dinner Forks, 8-1/4”
11 – Demi Spoons, 5-1/8”
12 – Dessert Spoons, 7”
12 – Soup Spoons, 8-1/4”
10 – Fish Knife, 8-1/2”
12 – Place Knife, 9.7”
12 – Luncheon Knife, 8-1/4”

The serving pieces include:

2 pc. Salad Set, fork and spoon with (faux?) tortoise handles, 9-1/2”
Sugar Spoon, 5-1/2”
Small Ladle, 7-1/8”
Large Serving Spoon, 10-1/2”
Large Meat Fork, 10-1/4”
Medium Meat Fork, 9”
2 pc. Carving Set, 9-1/2” for and 11-1/2” knife
Fish Serving Knife, 11-1/4”
Pie Server, 11”
Large Ladle, 13”

The 800 silver flatware is in excellent vintage condition. Very lightly used. The back of the tortoise spoon has a crack that does not go through to the front.