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Louisville, Kentucky Coin Silver Cream Pitcher, gadrooned rim with floral band above a bulbous bowl, repeated on the foot ring, C scroll handle with floral overlay, MES monogram under spout. 6"H, 8.27 oz troy. Partially obscured "Kitts" mark in rectangle to underside (John Kitts, working Louisville 1843-1878). Ref. Marquis Boultinghouse, Silversmiths of Kentucky, 1785-1900, pp. 179-180, mark illustrated p. 303, fig 84A). Together with a pair of coin silver salt cellars, round footed form with repousse floral decoration, unmarked, also attributed to Kitts. 2"H, 1.85 oz troy. Circa 1860. Condition: Creamer: Couple of tiny dents, overall good condition. Salts: Both pieces overall excellent condition with a couple of small minor dents. CONDITION: Creamer: Couple of tiny dents, overall good condition. Salts: Both pieces overall excellent condition with a couple of small minor dents.