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I say tentative because we honestly had no idea what to expect as white, Anglophone, New Brunswickers, attending our first powwow. With Canada’s thoroughly horrific treatment of our First Nations’ people throughout history, would we even be welcome at a celebration of these cultures? As we made our way onto the festival grounds and throughout the weekend, we were greeted with nothing but smiles, warmth, and openness. However, it was much more structured than we expected, with opening and closing ceremonies each day.

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It has a dark patina, but is free of anything more than a few minor spots of surface rust. The end cap has some minor separation at its seam (see 2nd to last picture for close up), but it is still secure and firmly attached.

The stag horn portion of the handle is the most worn on this piece, consistent with the higher level of usage that the Knife would have received.

Silver Knives are even rarer than the forks; mother-of-pearl and agate handled examples are sometimes found and die-stamped examples from the 1840's and later are found with both hollow and flat handles and silver blades (some steel bladed examples were made but are extremely rare survivals). 7 Antique American Silver Dessert Forks in the double struck 'Kings' pattern with shell heel; marked by Bailey & Co. Antique American Silver Table Fork in the half die single struck 'King' pattern with acanthus device and shell heel; made by Gale, Wood & Hughes and struck with their bust and eagle trademarks, working New York NY 1841-1845. This pattern was later manufactured by the Whiting Mfg. COOPER] [Pure Coin] probably by Archibald Cooper of Louisville KYc.1848 and previously a member of W. Engraved script "WHW" beneath a demi-squirrel crest.1487-30. WHILDEN" mark is overstruck on "HAYDEN & WHILDEN" indicating that it was in the earlier establishment prior to the dissolution of the partnership in 1863.

piece may be marked On Hold, Layaway, or Sold to designate its lack of availability. of Philadelphia PA and struck with their "lion/S/shield/star" manufacturing trademarks used on their sterling products c.1855-1865. 6 Antique American Silver Dessert Forks in the 'Olive' pattern; marked by Bailey & Co. 5 Antique American Silver Dessert Forks in the double struck 'Fiddle Thread' pattern; four marked by Abram Henry Dewitt of Columbus GA working 1847-1860, the fifth marked by Thomas T. 12 Antique American Silver Medium Forks in a variant of the 'Oval Antique' pattern; marked "COIN" and with the retailer's mark of Dexter & Haskins of New Bedford MA, c.1860-1870. Antique American Silver Dessert Spoon in the 'Olive' pattern (1846); this is the early design patent No. This pattern was later manufactured by the Whiting Mfg.

Cleaver VU388 This is a beautiful Cleaver in a serious size – nearly 30 ounces and measuring 13 1/4" from stem to stern.It consists of a large Carving Knife, Fork, and Sharpener, all with Stag Horn handles trimmed in ornate Sterling Silver.The ends of the handles have a regal look, like crowns, much larger than typical sets.Its gently curved 7 1/2" blade and comfortable 4 1/2" handle make it a good size for both small and large jobs.Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.measures 15-1/2 inches in overall length with a 9 inch blade.