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This flatware set includes: 8 salad forks, 8 place forks, 8 place knives, 8 place spoons and 8 teaspoons. The set also includes a 6-piece hostess helper set with 1 tablespoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1
This 46-piece flatware set includes a full service for
The flatware in this set is made from fine, Sterling
This flatware is dishwasher safe, but should not be put through the dry cycle; dry instead with a soft
This product comes with a lifetime, limited manufacturer's
The Towle Grande Duchess 46-Piece Sterling Flatware Set features gently tapering handles adorned with a sprinkling of rosettes and scrollwork. This flatware set includes: 8 salad forks, 8 place forks, 8 place knives, 8 place spoons and 8 teaspoons. The set also includes a 6-piece hostess helper set with 1 tablespoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 sugar spoon, 1 butter knife and 1 pie server. This 46-piece flatware set includes a full service for eight. The flatware in this set is made from fine, Sterling Silver. This flatware is dishwasher safe, but should not be put through the dry cycle; dry instead with a soft cloth. This product comes with a lifetime, limited warranty.
Maker: Towle, Age: Post-1940
Composition: Sterling Silver
Type: Infant Feeding Spoon
Grand Duchess By Towle Sterling silver custom made Infant Feeding Spoon 6 in the pattern Grand Duchess By Towle. It is not monogrammed and is in excellent condition.What is a Custom Made piece?Custom made pieces are made from an original piece in your pattern that are not otherwise available or difficult to find on the market, especially in discontinued patterns. The piece is hand-finished by a highly skilled silversmith in the USA. All custom orders are made-to-order and usually ship within 5-7 business days. Now that many sterling patterns have been discontinued, custom pieces have become a staple in the sterling silver industry and are widely offered by mainstream sterling flatware dealers.Exported By ExportYourStore
Grand Duchess by Towle, Sterling Magnifying Glass
Towle - Towle Grand Duchess (Sterling,1973) Tomato/Cranberry Server with Stainless Blade HC - Sterling, 1973
Age: Post-1940, Maker: Towle
Brand: Towle, Composition: Sterling
Pattern: Grand Duchess
Type: Flatware - Sets
Featured Refinements: Sterling Silver Flatware Set for
A gently tapered handle leads to a quiet work of rosettes and scrollwork, emphasizing the detail of this pattern. The oval mirror in the center of the handle acknowledges the vanity of ancient royalty, and serves as the focal point of the pattern.Grand Duchess by Towle Sterling Silver Flatware set - 51 pieces. This set includes:12 Knives, 9 1/4 12 Forks, 7 5/8 12 Salad Forks, 7 12 Teaspoons, 6 1/4 1 Gravy Ladle, 6 7/8 1 Sugar Spoon, 6 3/8 1 Hollow Handle Master Butter, 7 Includes BONUS brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, with no monograms. This set will be beautifully professionally polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping. Multiple quantities (of most items) are in stock. To order more than one, increase the quantity in your shopping cart.
T1021500 Features: -Versatile and durable.-A reverence for romance and tradition is evident.-Designed to enhance both your table and dining pleasure.-Material: Sterling Silver.-Made in the USA.-Dishwasher safe. Dimensions: -Weight: 3.85 lbs. Collection: -Complements the Sterling Silver Grande Duchess collection. Disclaimer: -Please Note: This item cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you would like assistance finding an item that can ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, please contact our customer service team..
Composition: Sterling Silver, Type:
Grand Duchess by TowleSterling Silver Pickle Fork 2-tine, 6 in the pattern Grand Duchess by Towle. It is not monogrammed and is in excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!Exported By ExportYourStore
Composition: Sterling Silver, Pattern: Grand
Age: Post-1940, Type: Flatware -
Brand: Towle, Maker: Towle
Grand Duchess by TowleSterling silver Place Soup Spoon, 7 1/8 in the pattern Grand Duchess by Towle. It is not monogrammed and is in excellent condition.Exported By ExportYourStore
Maker: Towle, Type: Flatware -
Composition: Sterling Silver, Featured Refinements: Sterling Silver Flatware Set for
Pattern: Grand Duchess
A gently tapered handle leads to a quiet work of rosettes and scrollwork, emphasizing the detail of this pattern. The oval mirror in the center of the handle acknowledges the vanity of ancient royalty, and serves as the focal point of the pattern.Grand Duchess by Towle Sterling Silver Flatware set - 38 pieces. This set includes:8 Knives, 9 1/4 8 Forks, 7 5/8 8 Salad Forks, 7 8 Teaspoons, 6 1/4 1 Gravy Ladle, 6 7/8 1 Serving Spoon, 8 5/8 1 Pierced Serving Spoon, 8 5/8 1 Cold Meat Fork, large, 9 3/8 1 Sugar Spoon, 6 3/8 1 Hollow Handle Master Butter, 7 Includes BONUS brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, with no monograms. This set will be beautifully professionally polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping. Exported By ExportYourStore
Composition: Sterling Silver
GRAND DUCHESS BY TOWLE Sterling Silver NAPKIN CLIP CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER 2 1/4 in the pattern GRAND DUCHESS BY TOWLE. It is NOT monogrammed and is in excellent condition. Second photograph is for illustration purposes only. The second photograph is an exle of what piece will look like but in a different pattern. Exported By ExportYourStore
Award-winning author Carolyn Meyer's ANASTASIA is back in print with a gorgeous new package! Thirteen-year-old Anastasia is the youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas II, ruler of Russia. Anastasia is used to a life of luxury; her major concerns are how to get out of her detested schoolwork to play in the snow, go ice-skating, or have picnics. She wears diamonds and rubies, and every morning her mother tells her which matching outfit she and her three sisters shall wear that day. It's a fairy tale life -- until everything changes with the outbreak of war between Russia and Germany. As Russia enters WWI, hunger and poverty grows among the peasants, and soon they are not pleased with their ruler. While the czar is trying win a war and save their country, the country is turning on the royal family. When her father and the rest of the family are imprisoned by the Bolsheviks, suddenly Anastasia understands what this war is costing the people. In the pages of her diary, Anastasia chronicles the wealth and luxury of her royal days, as well as the fall from power, and her uncertain fate.
Anastasia: The Last Grand Duchess, Russia, 1914 - eBook
Join Bibleman and His Team as They Take on the Grand Duchess of Greed! "It's MY money, and you can't tell me what to do with it!" Uh-oh, sounds like somebody is having second thoughts about paying their pledge to the Youth Group Fundraiser—and Lila is a member of the group! That sparkling Greed-dust must have something to do with it. Bible story: Elijah & the Widow. Key verses: Matthew 6:1-4
Say Goodbye to the Grand Duchess of Greed - eBook
In 1963 a woman by the name of "Evgenia Smetisko," an immigrant who purportedly entered the United States from Roumania according to her 1928 naturalization papers, published "Anastasia: The Autobiography of HIH The Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaevna of Russia." When asked if she were indeed the youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra, she denied it and failed a lie detector test. Upon acknowledging the fact, she passed. Although her immigration and naturalization papers state that "Evgenia" was born on January 25, 1899, her grave cross in the cemetery of Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Monastery in Jordanville, New York lists the birthdate as June 18, 1901. On that date Grand Duchess Anastasia was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. Both Anastasia and "Evgenia" were artistically inclined. Paintings and embroidery from "Evgenia's" collection, which were NOT deemed suitable for inclusion in the monastery's Russian history museum and now reside in a private collection, are offered here for the enjoyment of the reader.
The Art of the Authoress of Anastasia: the Autobiography of H.I.H. the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaevna of Russia - eBook
In 1756, Anna Amalia, the nineteen-year-old princess of the House of Brunswick was married to Constantine, the young duke of the minor duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. She bore Constantine two sons, but only three years after their marriage he died, leaving the young and inexperienced girl as regent. Anna Amalia battled against court intrigues and financial pressures, but succeeded in holding the estates together for her eldest son, Karl August. Through times of famine and distress she succeeded in building a centre of culture and of excellence, encouraging men of letters and learning to her tiny court. In 1775 Wolfgang Goethe joined the circle at Weimar, brought about through his friendship with the young Karl August, Anna's son, recently become the reigning duke. Goethe soon entered into the dowager duchess's literary circle and through their combined efforts, Weimar became a beacon of culture and one of the leading centres of the sentimentalist movement that became renowned throughout Europe as a literary and artistic grouping that emerged in response to the crisis of Enlightenment rationalism. In Weimar it took the form of Sturm und Drang, [storm and stress] which was intimately associated Goethe and Schiller. While a student at Strasbourg, Goethe had made the acquaintance of Johann Gottfried von Herder, another of Anna Amalia's Weimar coterie, famous for his novel Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (1774); [The Sorrows of Young Werther], which epitomized the spirit of the movement, and which made him world famous, inspiring a host of imitators. Through the crisis of wars Anna's circle held together - even through Napoleon's unwelcome entrance to Weimar in 1806. Anna finally bowed to the world in the following year, after reigning supreme as Germany's cultural ambassadress for a period of more than thirty years.
Anna Amalia, Grand Duchess - eBook
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) needs no formal introduction, being one of the most famous astronomers and scientists in history. After four years, Galileo had announced to his father that he wanted to be a monk. This was not exactly what father had in mind, so Galileo was hastily withdrawn from the monastery. In 1581, at the age of 17, he entered the University of Pisa to study medicine, as his father wished. At age 20, Galileo noticed a lamp swinging overhead while he was in a cathedral. Curious to find out how long it took the lamp to swing back and forth, he used his pulse to time large and small swings. Galileo discovered something that no one else had ever realized: the period of each swing was exactly the same. The law of the pendulum, which would eventually be used to regulate clocks, made Galileo instantly famous. Except for mathematics, Galileo was bored with university. Galileo's family was informed that their son was in danger of flunking out. A compromise was worked out, where Galileo would be tutored full-time in mathematics by the mathematician of the Tuscan court. Galileo's father was hardly overjoyed about this turn of events, since a mathematician's earning power was roughly around that of a musician, but it seemed that this might yet allow Galileo to successfully complete his college education. However, Galileo soon left the University of Pisa without a degree. One of the instrumental figures in the Scientific Revolution, Galileos achievements include improvements to the telescope and consequent astronomical observations, and support for Copernicanism. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics", the "father of science", and "the Father of Modern Science". According to Stephen Hawking, "Galileo, perhaps more than any other single person, was responsible for the birth of modern science". The Letter to The Grand Duchess Christina, written in 1615 by Galileo Galilei, was an essay on the relation between the revelations of the Bible and the new discoveries then being made in science. Christina, daughter of Charles III of Lorraine and granddaughter of Catherine de' Medici, was the widow of Ferdinando I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany 1587-1609, who had appointed Galileo to the professorship of mathematics at the University of Pisa in 1588. By 1615, with the controversy over the Earth's motion widespread and increasingly dangerous, Galileo revised this letter and greatly expanded it; this became the Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina. This edition of the Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina is specially formatted for e-readers.
Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina (Illustrated Edition) - eBook
Ann Hood’s historical fantasy series comes to a thrilling end with a trip to early 20th century Russia!In the final book of the Treasure Chest, Maisie and Felix find themselves in Russia with the Romanov family. This epic series is full of time travel and mystery that piques readers’ interests, delights teachers and librarians, and celebrates some of the great historical figures of the past.Every Treasure Chest book features a biography of the featured historical figure along with Ann’s Favorite Facts from her research!
Anastasia Romanov: The Last Grand Duchess #10 - eBook
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