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Hermann Goering WW2 Wedding Pattern 800 Silver Fork Gold Wash Tines.

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Original price $795.00
Original price $795.00 - Original price $795.00
Original price $795.00
Current price $595.00
$595.00 - $595.00
Current price $595.00

Hermann Goering was a prominent figure in Nazi Germany during World War II, serving as the commander of the Luftwaffe and one of Hitler's closest confidants. Despite his position of power, Goering was also known for his lavish lifestyle and love of luxury items.

One such item is a wedding pattern 800 silver fork with gold wash tines, measuring 5.5 inches in length. This fork was likely part of a larger set owned by Goering, and would have been used for formal occasions.

The 800 silver mark indicates that the fork is made of a silver alloy containing 80% silver, which was a common standard in Germany at the time. The gold wash tines were likely added for decorative effect, and would have given the fork a more elegant appearance.

While the history of this fork is not inherently hate-related, it is important to acknowledge its connection to a figure who played a significant role in the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime during World War II. As such, any research or discussion of this object should be approached with sensitivity and a deep understanding of the historical context in which it existed.