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Brodrene "Glide" 1960s stainless silverware 18/8 from Norway

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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I found this beautiful mid-century modern set in an old schoolhouse turned antique store in the middle of Wisconsin. These were produced in Norway at the Oyo Brodrene factory about 1965 and were the award-winning design by Roy Blohm. Five knives, 5 dinner forks, 5 salad forks, 6 teaspoons, 6 soup spoons, 2 butter knives, 1 sugar spoon, 3 serving spoons, gravy ladle and a meat fork, oh, and 6 coffee spoons. Ten bucks took it all. My very very lucky day.

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    1. Dakotaragtop, 6 years ago
      We also have a set for 8 of Brodrene OYO, pattern name GLIDE, pattern Code B3GLI with some missing pieces purchase through a U.S. military exchange in 1971-73. We are looking to replace some lost pieces; however have not found any so far. Interested if anyone knows of replacements available. Grandson remarks the forks are a combination of a spoon and a fork!!! He is correct. Tom T.

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