STURM Mil-Tec has been producing the finest reproduction World War II era uniforms and equipment longer than any other company. The development and popularity of Living History events surrounding World War II can be directly traced back to STURM and their early efforts to produce authentic reproductions for film, television, and later living history events. This 1944 U.S. three piece eating utensil set is an excellent example of STURM's careful attention to detail, yet deliberate efforts to ensure that each reproduction cannot be passed off as an original.
Each part of this 3-Piece set is well made and the handles of the knife, fork, and spoon are all U.S. marked. On the rear of the knife handle there is a SEMS 1942 marking which is STURM's method of ensuring that no one passes this set off as an original. SEMS stands for Sturm European Military Surplus and the marking was done in a manner that allows it to resemble an original manufacturers marking without duplicating one.