These eight pieces are an ice cream set. Handles are made from continental /800 silver, which is 80% pure silver to other metals. The blades and spoon bowls are EPC (electroplate on copper).
Handles are clearly marked 800. Since not marked with country specific hallmarks required in the 1900's by most European countries, I'm going to say this set is Italian for lack of a better idea. It's definitely European, most likely post-WW2. Unpacked weight: 12.5 Ounces.
Silver weight cannot be accurately determined since non-silver parts cannot be separated from silver content. Dimensions: Sickle - 11.5 long. Flat Server - 9-7/8" long; Both servers - handles 4.5" Long; Spoons - 6.25" long, handles are 3.5" long.
Only reportable issues: 1 two silverplated spoon heels and edge of flat server show wear and underlying copper, and 2 Sickle handle shows dimples on one side of handle, probably caused by banging flat on table. These issues are shown in the last three photos.No other reportable issues, such as flat spots, nicks, dents, pings, dings, bashes, unusual scratches, bends, monogram removals, or other blemishes. Faint surface abrasions create patina consistent with age and use. Note some photos appear redundant because I take photos from all possible angles. On symmetrical items, these photos may appear redundant when there are no distinguishing differences or condition issues between side views.
I try to list EVERY flaw which would be commented on something in an antique or vintage condition - this does not mean all imperfections resulting from normal wear & use require comment. My goal is to have no rude surprises upon receipt.