SOLD! for $806.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
- Low Estimate: $600.00
- High Estimate: $800.00
- Realized: $806.00
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7 pieces of 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver. 1st and 2nd items: Pair of weighted silver candlesticks, fineness .813, dated 1856 with additional maker or retailer mark ITK, floral form candle cups over lobed shafts adorned with repoussee roses, on spreading lobed bases with repousse rose decoration. 11-1/2"H. 3rd through 5th items: Three piece silver tea service, marked 12 (.750 fineness) with additional marks "Stadt" and star. Melon form lobed bodies atop rolled feet, the teapot with rolled finial. Teapot and creamer have c-scroll handles; the sugar box is oval form with hinged cover. Teapot 7"H, other pieces 3-3/4"H. 6th item: Covered sugar box, similar to the one in the tea service, but with different marks (obscured by apparent replating). 3-1/2"H x 5" W x 4"D. 7th item: Silver milk jug with lobed body and ebonized wood C scroll handle, marked .800. 5-1/2"H. Combined weight: 33.24 excluding candlesticks and milk jug. CONDITION: Candlesticks: both candle sticks have repairs to area where shaft joins foot, surface is matte from aggressive polishing. Tea set: Teapot has 1-1/4" dent to underside near one foot. Creamer has a 1/2" area of pitting/oxidation or abrasion damage to exterior side and a 3/4" dent to underside near one foot. All pieces have scattered small minor dents and scratches. Single sugar box: considerable wear and two 1/2" dents to one side. Milk jug: minor wear to handle, overall very good condition.