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Originally a 144-pc set, there is a station open in the lid and whatever piece belongs there, is not there. So, you are getting 143 pieces of flatware and serving tools and One box that contains it all. One, three-tined fork has a broken tine and there are a couple of areas of minor damage to the box. The latch on the left is missing it's tongue but the right-side latch still holds the cover securely closed. There are three levels and the lid that contain and organize all of the pieces.
I have looked at many other sets like this one and with no paperwork, I am dumbfounded as to how to accurately describe this set. I feel comfortable saying that the handles appear to be made of teak, but the metal parts I just don't know. They have a gold wash appearance but some of these Asian sets are described as being bronze or brass. Being no expert myself, I am leaving it up to you, the buyer, to make your own determination. This will NOT be a reason for return.Sold as is and as found in the estate of a well-traveled lady who also owned many, many high-end souvenirs from foreign areas.
19"x17"x7" are the approximate measurements of the closed wooden case.
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