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55 pcs assorted sterling flatware from Devon Farm. Includes 1 Berry spoon with Repousse bowl, maker's mark RE, London, 1839; 1 Irish sterling spoon monogrammed Sarah 1819, marks for Dublin, 1806, maker's marks rubbed; 1 Dinner fork, marks for Solomon Hougham, London, 1807; 1 Wood and Hughes ladle and 1 butter knife, both Empire Pattern; 1 Aesthetic movement sugar shell with 5 matching teaspoons; 1 Gorham sugar shell; 1 Wood and Hughes sugar shell; 2 sugar tongs; 1 Knowles individual fish knife and 1 individual fish fork, both Tudor Pattern; 1 Gorham cream ladle; 1 Baker Manchester sardine fork; 1 Baker Manchester olive spoon; 1 Alvin olive pick; 1 Gorham dinner fork; 10 teaspoons by assorted makers; 3 assorted demitasse/coffee spoons; 1 Webster baby spoon (dented bowl) monogrammed HG (likely Hunter Giers); 1 Lunt "Treasure" pattern child's feeding spoon with curved handle, monogrammed SHH (Sarah Hunter Hicks); 4 jelly knives with hollow handles; 1 pie server with hollow handle; 1 roast carving set (1 fork + 1 knife) and 1 single roast fork, all with hollow handles; and 8 souvenir spoons: Ocala, FL; Courthouse at Neosho, MO; Cliff House San Francisco; St. Louis; Masonic Temple, Chicago; "1915" with figural bear on handle (possibly a World's Fair spoon); "January"; and The Night Before Christmas (by Gorham). Also included is a 2 pc Southeast Asian serving set (fork and spoon, silver content unknown) with teak handles. Combined weighable silver: 33.13 oz troy. Provenance: the estate of Sarah Hunter Hicks Green, formerly of Historic Devon Farm, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Children's spoons with wear and bending, other items in very good condition, most with monograms. Asian silver items have some oxidation and wear.