SOLD! for $258.00.
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- Low Estimate: $300.00
- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $258.00
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Lot of 6 Silverplated serving items, deaccessioned by Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art to benefit the acquisitions fund. 1st item: Silver on copper hot water jug with lift top, painted metal handle, round base. Wear to handle, handle possibly replaced, light wear to plate. 7 1/2" height. 2nd item: Silver-plated teapot with wooden handle and finial, oblong shape. Marked S & B in shield. 6" height. 3rd item: Silver-plated cruet frame and bottles, oval stand with reeded and beaded borders, raised on four foliate scroll feet, open handle and space for five bottles. Contains three bottles, two having silver-plated lids. Condition: one bottle missing its stopper, two bottles missing, wear to plate. 11" height. Probably English, 19th century. 4th item: Silver plate oval entr?e or vegetable dish with removable beaded/foliate handle and beaded borders. Marks for Maple & Co. London. Slight interior pitting and scratching, some surface imperfections to exterior. 5 1/2" height (including handle) x 11 1/4" width x 8 3/4" depth. English, late 19th c. to early 20th c. 5th item: an early silver-plated round dish with reeded and foliate design border. Worn marks. Scattered small dents/pitting to interior. 1 1/3" height x 8 3/8" diameter. 6th item: Silver-plated bread and butter plate marked F.B. Rogers, 6" diameter.