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I have a fork and knife set. Fork is marked England on front
and Tiffany And Co. New York on back.
Note in box said it was given to Frannie Phillips from Frannie Rogers, her aunt in 1925.
Anyone guess at what kind of fork it is and if it has any value? Does not have silver mark and handles are hollow.

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I would expect it to be hallmarked if it were a sterling Tiffany item. It looks like it is meant to be part of a dessert service. Where there other items or only these pieces?

Just the two. I don't think it's silver.

Dimensions? Your pics are a bit fuzzy; are the fork tines straight? I wonder if it might be a cheese/pickle set - primarily because there appears to be just the one set and because those tines do not appear to be straight.

Only these two in a little box. The tines are not straight. I don't think it is silver, maybe silver plate. I'm wondering if it's worth anything?
I feel bad it has been passed down in a family for at least 100 years. Note says it has great sentimental value to family, but I can't find them.

Not knowing the size, this is just a guess, but I think that it is a set for pickles/olives/cheese. 

Normally forks have 4 tines, yours have 3.  Without knowing the EXACT length I can't say what fork you have.  Could be a Dessert fork, a Fruit fork, a Dinner fork or a Salad fork.

Your pictures are out of focus and worthless.

I'd like to see both pcs out of the box, both sides, all words in focused pictures using a camera, not a cell phone. I'd also like to know the length.


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