The below information is from a 1986 booklet produced by the Stephenson County Historical Society,
utilizing images from an 1896 Dirksen catalog.
Cucumber Fork,
Two Styles
Berry Spoon
Two Styles
Tongs,
Bon Bon
Master Butter Knife,
Three Styles
Bon Bon Spoon,
Four Styles
Butter Knife,
Individual
Butter
Pick
Ladle, Style 1:
Cream
Gravy
Oyster
Soup
Ladle, Style 2:
Cream
Gravy
Cake
Knife
Cheese
Knife
Cold Meat
Fork
Egg
Server
Fish Fork,
Individual
Horseradish
Sponn
Tongs,
Sugar
Spring back tongs
Sugar (small)
Ice (large)
Ice Cream
Slice
Jelly
Knife
Pie Knife,
Two Styles
Nut
Pick
Ladle, Style 3:
Mint Sauce
Ice
Spoon
Ice Cream Spoon,
Individual
Jelly Spoon,
Three Styles
Lettuce Fork,
Two Styles
Nut
Spoon
Olive Fork,
Two Styles
Olive Spoon,
Two Styles
Orange Spoon,
Two Styles
Salt Spoon (sm.)
and
Mustard Spoon
(med.)
Salad Serving Fork,
Two Styles
Oyster Fork,
Two Styles
Pickle Fork,
Two Styles
Preserve Spoon,
Two Styles
Sardine Fork,
Three Styles
Salad Serving Spoon,
Two Styles
Toast
Fork
Vegetable
Fork
Strawberry Fork,
Two Styles
Salad Fork, Individual,
Two Styles
Sugar Sifter,
Two Styles
Sugar Spoon,
Four Styles
Youth
Set
Oval Bowl
Spoons:
Small Tea
Teaspoons
Large Teaspoons
Dessert
Small Coffee
Large Coffee
Round Bowl
Spoons:
Boullon
Most of the flatware pieces shown could be obtained with silver or gilt serving ends.