Svend Weihrauch, a 44 piece silver cutlery set for six persons, model number: 18, with silver wire collar, designed in 1938, executed by Frantz Hingelberg, Silberschmiede, Kolding, Denmark
consisting of: six desert knives, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six fruit knives with steel blade, six tea spoons, six coffee spoons, six mocha spoons, a petit four server and a serving spoon (length 21.5 cm); silver, sterling silver, with silver wire collar; knife blades made of stainless steel; marked partly with crown, F. Hingelberg, partly Sterling Denmark, also 925 S and model number 18; knife blades marked Raadvad Stainless Denmark; signs of age and use; total weight: 1,728.2 g. (MP)
Jörg Schwandt, Svend Weihrauch Solf Silver 1928-1956; A Danish functionalist, Koldinghus 1998; Grassi Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Leipzig, exhibition and catalogues, Made in Denmark, design since 1900, p. 120 and p. 124.
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