Posted 3 years ago
These are the same as the steins that I previously posted. I know very little about them and would like to find any and all information on them. Here is what I do know. They were given to my wife's grandfather from them distributing company that he had worked for. He delivered Stroh's for over 30 years for them. I know that they are from around 1970, maybe earlier. The newspapers shat were used as packing around them in a box was dated 1970. I'm trying to find out are these common or rare, their history and a possible value.
The knives are 10" overall length. The blade length is 5". They have what I believe to be bone handles. They have the Stroh’s crest etched in one side along with STAINLESS SHEFFIELD ENGLAND. The other side of the blade has HARISON FISHER SHEFFIELD ENGLAND etched into it.
The forks are very much like the knives except they don't have any markings on them from their manufacturer. Unless the crest on the top of both the knives and forks are from some manufacturer. They have three prongs on each fork. The steel is very thick, each prong is 1/8 in thick and 2 1/8 inches long.