Sheffield England SILVERPLATE SALAD SERVER SET in Mid-Century Modern Gentry Pattern Circa 1950s
Offering a wonderful SILVERPLATE SALAD SERVER SET in the mid-century modern Gentry pattern. The set was produced in the mid 1950s in Sheffield, England and imported to the United States by Eisenberg-Lozano Company. Eisenberg-Lozano was founded in 1953 by Arthur Eisenberg and Neal Lozano.
The SALAD SET is stamped with the Eisenberg-Lozano hallmark and crown, SHEFFIELD ENGLAND and the letters EPNS, signifying it is electroplated nickel silver silver plate. Each piece measures 9 1/2" long. The condition is great the set set will be gorgeous once polished.Would be a great addition to a mid-century modern style kitchen or dining room.
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