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Silver and Metalware Highlights

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Lot 274: Pair 18th c. NY/Fueter Silver Sauceboats Pair 18th c. NY/Fueter Silver Sauceboats Lot 274: Pair 18th c. NY/Fueter Silver Sauceboats

Pair of 18th century American silver sauce boats or butter boats, mark of Lewis Fueter (New York, (1746-1784). Crafted in the Rococo style, each sauceboat has a scalloped rim, broad, extended spout, and cast double-scrolled handle with acanthus leaf thumbgrip, and rests on three cabriole legs with stylized shell patterns at each knee and triple pad feet supports. Matching stylized cypher monograms on both. Each marked on underside, “Fueter” (see matching circa 1770 mark pictured in Ensko’s American Silversmith’s and Their Marks , p. 265). 3-7/8″ H x 6- 3/4″L x 3- 7/8″ width. 16 oz troy. Condition: Overall very good condition. One sauceboat spout has minor dents/creases to edge. [See more photos →]

$45,510.00
Lot 125: Japanese Mixed Metals Silver urn Japanese Mixed Metals Silver urn Lot 125: Japanese Mixed Metals Silver urn

Japanese silver urn (tea caddy form), globular form raised on four leaf-form feet, decorated with applied rooster and hens in various colors of gold plate. Lift top lid features figural hen finials. Japanese character marks on base. Condition: some scratching and minor dents, overall good condition. 7″ H, 34.271 troy oz. Possibly Meiji period. Provenance: Pigeon Forge, TN Collection. [See more photos →]

$32,200.00
Lot 182: TN McGavock & Lindsley silver presentation pitcher TN McGavock & Lindsley silver presentation pitcher Lot 182: TN McGavock & Lindsley silver presentation pitcher
Sterling Presentation Pitcher, elaborate repoussé cottage and bridge pattern with rococo style decoration, central cartouche inscribed “To Sallie M. Lindsley from her mother,” flared rim with acanthus handle. Sarah “Sallie” McGavock Lindsley was the wife of Dr. John Berrien Lindsley. Her mother was Louisa Grundy McGavock, daughter of the Hon. Felix Grundy. Marks for Bailey & Co., 136 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, with pseudohallmarks denoting sterling standard.. Minor small dents, overall excellent condition. 11″ height. 37.72 oz troy. Circa 1850. Lindsley Warden estate.

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$15,340.00
Lot 802: George III Neoclassical Silver Epergne George III Neoclassical Silver Epergne Lot 802: George III Neoclassical Silver Epergne

George III Neoclassical sterling silver epergne or centerpiece, Thomas Pitts I, London, 1774-1775. Reticulated oval center basket with flared rims having applied acanthus and shell decoration, the sides draped with garlands of husks and centered at each side by beaded medallions engraved with coats of arms. Frame with beaded top edge and tapering oval reeded shaft adorned with medallions and husks descending to a pierced and beaded outer edge, decorated with openwork garlands of husks, alternating with ribbons and oval medallions featuring repousse urn decoration. Raised on four curved and pierced rocaille feet with acanthus leaf returns. Six removable, naturalistic branches fit into frame and support six baskets, two of which are oval and repeat the pattern of the center basket, the other four of similar design but round, with engraved crests at center. Basket and frame with full hallmarks; branches and smaller baskets all with Thomas Pitts maker’s marks and lion passant marks. 14 1/2″ H x 21 1/2″ W x 17″ D fully assembled. Frame only – 11 1/2″ H x 10″ W x 9″ D. 100.33 total troy ounces. Provenance: the estate of Marion H. “Bit” Hutcheson, Happy Valley Farms, Rossville, Georgia. CONDITION: Excellent condition. All baskets and branches appear original. However, there are two holes at front and back center of base, suggesting there may have originally been two additional small branches and baskets. The tops of those two holes have round coverings to make them less noticeable. One of the lowermost bands on the center basket has a minor solder repair. Ends of branches holding the small oval baskets are slightly loose. [See more photos →]

$14,080.00
Lot 75: George III Sterling Silver Epergne George III Sterling Silver Epergne Lot 75: George III Sterling Silver Epergne

George III sterling silver epergne, large oval center basket with pierced sides and undulating gadrooned rim with acanthus and cartouche ornamentation; eight detachable round footed baskets with pierced sides and intertwined chain style handles, each suspended from a curved naturalistic branch that sockets into a tall frame, resting on four C-scroll legs ending in pierced rocaille feet. Center basket is engraved with a coat-of-arms crest and fits into a socket at the top of the frame, stamped with hallmarks for John Kentenber (IK), London, 1769. Center and side baskets also marked IK, some additionally marked with lion passant, and engraved with crest of a griffin-like creature. Overall height – 17″ H. Center basket – 13″ x 8″. Small baskets – 5 1/2″ dia. Base – 9″ square. Weight of all baskets: 49.97 oz troy. Stand and arms: 43.25 oz troy. Combined weight: 93.22 oz troy. Provenance: purchased by consignor’s mother at a store in Nashville in 1943 with an oral history of having been made for the Horners of Mells Park, Somerset, England. CONDITION: Overall good condition. One small basket handle is split and needs resoldering. Large basket has two repaired 1/2″ tears to side areas, near rims, on each long side. Branches are loaded with a substance which has caused some red discoloration to underside of feet. [See more photos →]

$13,440.00
Lot 242: C. A. Burnett Federal Tea Service C. A. Burnett Federal Tea Service Lot 242: C. A. Burnett Federal Tea Service

Charles Alexander Burnett (1769ñ1849, Alexandria, Virginia / Georgetown, District of Columbia) Federal coin silver tea and coffee service. The Neoclassical style, six-piece service includes coffee pot, tea pot, sugar bowl, waste bowl, creamer, and sugar tongs, all stamped C.A. BURNETT in rectangle. The five hollowware pieces are of rectangular form with gadroon and trellis borders, urn finials and stepped pedestal bases; the pots having angular handles with bone ferrules and the sugar bowl with C-scroll handles, the tongs with shell form grips, bright cut bell flowers and borders on the handles. Circa 1810. Coffee pot: 8 1/8″ H, tea pot: 8 5/8″ H, covered sugar: 8 1/2″ H, creamer: 6 3/8″ H, waste bowl: 5″ L, tongs: 6 1/4″ L. Script monogram “ACK” (H?) on tongs; other pieces with script monogram HPA. 113.585 oz troy total. Charles Burnett was one of the Federal period’s most prominent and prolific silversmiths. He was active in Fredericksburg from 1788-1793 and Alexandria from 1793 to 1796. From 1801-1806 he was in partnership with John E. Rigden in Georgetown. Burnett continued the shop in Georgetown on his own until about 1840, and he died in 1849. He counted a number of Washington, D.C. area politicians among his patrons, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Henry Clay. Provenance: From the Estate of the Late Richard Harrison Doughty, Greeneville, Tennessee. Condition: Excellent condition with minor wear, commensurate with age. Condition: Excellent condition with minor wear, commensurate with age. [See more photos →]

$12,400.00
Lot 60: Kirk Repousse 6 Piece Sterling Tea Service Kirk Repousse 6 Piece Sterling Tea Service Lot 60: Kirk Repousse 6 Piece Sterling Tea Service

Samuel Kirk & Son repousse sterling silver tea service, 6 pieces, comprised of a swing kettle on stand with burner, coffee pot, tea pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl with lion mask and ring handles and tea strainer. Each piece of baluster form with flared lip, and footed base, all with chased and engraved floral repousse decoration in high relief and feathered edges, the domed covers with figural grapevine cluster finials. Kettle, tea and coffee pot with carved ivory insulators, sugar bowl with lion mask handles. Each piece marked on the base “S. Kirk & Son Co., 925/1000”. Kettle – 15″ H x 11″ W. Coffee pot – 11 1/2″ H. Teapot – 9″ H. Sugar bowl – 7 1/2″ H. Creamer – 8 1/2″ H. 199.50 total troy ounces. Circa 1907. Provenance: Baltimore estates of Virginia Howard Miller (c. 1880-1946) and Hugh Purviance King (1873-1966) passed down to present Living Estate of Virginia Johnston, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Coffee pot handle loose, pins missing. Otherwise all pieces very good condition. [See more photos →]

$11,776.00
Lot 266: Marshall/Washington associated Sterling Sauce Boat & Velvet Remnant Marshall/Washington associated Sterling Sauce Boat & Velvet Remnant Lot 266: Marshall/Washington associated Sterling Sauce Boat & Velvet Remnant

2 items. 1st item: English George II sterling silver sauce boat, John Marshall and possibly George Washington association. Sauce or gravy boat of Rococo style design with scalloped rim, C scroll handle and three shell shaped feet with shell shoulders; the side engraved with coat of arms. Hallmarked on underside for Robert Innes, London, 1748-49 with additional engraved monogram letters D / R C. 5″ H x 4 3/8″ D x 8″ L. 11.170 troy ounces. Accompanying this lot is a copy of a 1973 letter written by Charles Boyd Coleman to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger, referring to a sauceboat given to John Marshall by George Washington which has descended in the Coleman family. An additional letter from Charles Boyd Coleman regarding the Marshall-Wythe-Blackstone ceremonies from September 25, 1954 lists a “Silver gravy boat engraved with modified version of Washington arms and given to Marshall we understand in appreciation for helping settle estate of father of George Washington.” (see attached scan). Note: Case wishes to thank Henry L.P. Beckwith, consultant to the Heraldry Society Community, for assistance in tentatively identifying the coat of arms as that of the Bassett Family (a report of his findings may be obtained by emailing us at info@caseantiques.com) . The Bassett family of Virginia and the Washington family were close friends and relations. Martha Washington’s niece, Fanny Bassett (1767-1796), daughter of Burwell Bassett and Anna Maria Dandridge, came to live at Mount Vernon around 1780, after the death of her mother, and was considered a daughter by Martha. Fanny married George Washington’s favorite nephew, George Augustine Washington (1759-1793), and the young couple made their home at Mount Vernon, helping to manage the plantation until their untimely deaths. George Washington was the executor for the will of George Augustine Washington (who was named after the father President Washington). 2nd item: Red velvet top coat remnant, purportedly belonging to George Washington, now sewn into the form of a sphere. Hand written note included with item states that it passed from “Cousin Lizzie, granddaughter of John Adams to his first —— grandmother Susan D H Boyd”. Provenance: The Estate of Charles Boyd Coleman, Jr., Chattanooga, TN. Both items descended in the family of Annette Maria Dearborn Boyd, daughter of Greenleaf Dearborn (1786-1846) and great granddaughter of Henry Dearborn (1751-1829) on the side of her mother, Pamela Augusta Gilman (1802-1880). Annette was married to Charles Harrod Boyd and had four children, including Julia Wingate Boyd (wife of Lewis M. Coleman, Jr.). Lewis M. Coleman, Jr. was the son of CSA Lt. Colonel Lewis M. Coleman and Mary Ambler Marshall, granddaughter of John Marshall (1755-1835), fourth Chief Justice of the United States, a friend, attorney and biographer of George Washington. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall general surface wear, indentations to inside bowl at rear feet joint. 2nd item: As found condition. [See more photos →]

$11,776.00
Lot 139: Gorham sterling 1888 Versailles flatware, 196 pcs Gorham sterling 1888 Versailles flatware, 196 pcs Lot 139: Gorham sterling 1888 Versailles flatware, 196 pcs

Large set Gorham sterling silver 1888 Versailles pattern, 196 pieces: 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 luncheon knives, 12 luncheon forks, 12 salad forks, 13 teaspoons, 12 table spoons, 12 cream soup spoons, 12 bouillon spoons, 12 fruit spoons, 12 ice cream forks, 12 ice cream/oyster spoons, 12 seafood forks, 12 butter spreaders, 12 demi-tasse spoons, 1 sugar tongs, 1 pastry server, 1 asparagus server, 1 cake serving fork, 1 fish server, 1 cream ladle, 1 rice/potato spoon, 6 serving spoons. 224.69 weighable oz troy. Collection includes several of the original felt rolls from the Gorham retail store in NYC. Condition: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$10,948.00
Lot 54: 66 pcs. Puiforcat Royal Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware 66 pcs. Puiforcat Royal Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Lot 54: 66 pcs. Puiforcat Royal Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware

66 pieces French Puiforcat Royal pattern sterling silver flatware, including 6 dinner knives (9 7/8″ L), 6 dinner forks (8″ L), 6 salad forks (6 7/8″ L), 12 fish forks (7 3/8″ L), 6 teaspoons (5 7/8″ L), 8 dessert/oval soup spoons, 6 tablespoons, 1 jam/caviar/bouillon spoon, 6 fish knives, 6 dessert knives, and 3 flat butter spreaders. Not monogrammed. 120.88 weighable oz troy. Provenance: a Middle Tennessee estate, by descent from Thomas G.B. Wheelock. Note: Thomas G.B. Wheelock was known as an astute collector of African Art and co-author of the book “Land of the Flying Masks: Art & Culture in Burkina Faso”. He also inherited a sizeable collection of Asian, British, and military related antiques from his grandparents, Gilded Age tycoon George Briggs Buchanan of New York, and William and Margaret Wheelock, who owned a Scottish manor home known as Bunker Hill. (Margaret Carmichael Wheelock was also a founding partner of the fashion firm Farquharson & Wheelock in New York). See other related lots in this auction. CONDITION: All pieces with general surface scratching, consistent with use. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$10,880.00
Lot 56: Tiffany Audubon Flatware, 59 pcs Tiffany Audubon Flatware, 59 pcs Lot 56: Tiffany Audubon Flatware, 59 pcs

Tiffany & Company sterling silver flatware, Audubon pattern, 59 pieces including 12 dinner knives, 10 1/4" L; 11 dinner forks, 8 1/8" L; 12 salad forks, 6 3/4" L; 12 dessert spoons, 7 1/4" L; and 12 teaspoons, 6 1/4" L. All marked Tiffany & Co. Sterling. Not monogrammed. American, 2nd half 20th century. 107.86 weighable oz troy. Together with original blue cloth Tiffany bags. Provenance: The estate of Judith E. Crosland, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: One dinner fork missing. Flatware in overall very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$10,880.00
Lot 103: Rare Tennessee coin silver coffee pot, marked W. H. Calhoun  Tenn. Rare Tennessee coin silver coffee pot, marked W. H. Calhoun Tenn. Lot 103: Rare Tennessee coin silver coffee pot, marked W. H. Calhoun  Tenn.
Rare Tennessee coin silver coffee pot, marked “W. H. Calhoun Tenn.” with three pseudo hallmarks (William H. Calhoun, Nashville, Tennessee, working 1839-1865). Engraved in one of the cartouche shields, “To Mrs H. Bruner 1865”. The engraving is assumed to be a later date, since Calhoun died in 1865. Elaborate floral and leaf repousse engraving, branch design handle, flower finial. Note – a pitcher with similar repousse engraving and the same inscription, “To Mrs. H. Bruner” has a full page illustration in The Art of Tennessee, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, p. 108. Condition – excellent, missing ivory insulators for handle. 12 3/8″ height, approx. 35 oz troy. Circa 1855. Private collection. Comment – the coffee pot form marked by a Tennessee silversmith is very rare, as no other documented examples are presently known.

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$7,475.00
Lot 55: Buccellati Sterling Flatware, Borgia Pattern Buccellati Sterling Flatware, Borgia Pattern Lot 55: Buccellati Sterling Flatware, Borgia Pattern

68 pieces Buccellati Borgia pattern sterling silver flatware, including 12 dinner knives (9 5/8" L), 12 dinner forks (8 3/8" L), 12 fish/salad forks (6 7/8" L), 12 teaspoons (6 1/8" L), 12 dessert/place spoons, 2 table spoons, 1 serving spoon, 1 casserole spoon, 1 gravy ladle, 1 cold meat fork, 1 two tined serving fork, and 1 sugar shell spoon. Not monogrammed. 135.23 weighable troy ounces. Provenance: The Estate of Judith E. Crosland, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: All pieces with overall wear. 4 soup spoons with disposal wear or wear to the edges. 5 teaspoons with disposal wear or wear to the edges. 10 dinner forks with bends to tines. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$7,200.00
Lot 799: Reed & Barton Burgundy Sterling Flatware, 272 Pcs. Reed & Barton Burgundy Sterling Flatware, 272 Pcs. Lot 799: Reed & Barton Burgundy Sterling Flatware, 272 Pcs.

Set of Reed & Barton sterling silver flatware, Burgundy pattern, 272 total pieces. Set includes: 18 hollow handle butter spreaders (6 1/4″ L), 18 New French hollow handle dinner knives (9 5/8″ L), 18 New French hollow handle luncheon knives (9 1/8″ L), 12 steak knives, 36 teaspoons (6″ L), 18 place/dessert spoons, 18 round bowl soup spoons, 18 ice cream or citrus spoons, 17 demitasse spoons, 19 iced tea spoons, 18 dinner forks (7 7/8″ L), 18 salad forks (6 1/2″ L), 18 luncheon forks (7 1/8″ L), 17 ice cream forks (5 1/4″ L), and 9 serving pieces including 2 gravy ladles, 1 casserole or serving spoon with shaped bowl, 1 cake crumber, 1 cold meat fork, 1 pierced serving spoon, 1 solid serving spoon, 1 serving fork, and 1 solid cake server. Several pieces remain in plastic sleeves, including 4 individual butter spreaders, 6 teaspoons, 5 round bowl soup spoons, and 12 ice cream spoons. Not monogrammed. Housed in a fitted wooden box. 306.18 total weighable troy ounces (including plastic sleeves). Provenance: the estate of Marion H. “Bit” Hutcheson, Happy Valley Farms, Rossville, Georgia. CONDITION: Not monogrammed. Overall good condition with general use wear. 2 demitasse spoons with oxidation, 1 more than the other. Some minor oxidation to tines of cake crumber. Most serving pieces with traces of the old gilt wash. [See more photos →]

$7,040.00
Lot 69: Pair English Sterling Candelabra, J & H Savory Pair English Sterling Candelabra, J & H Savory Lot 69: Pair English Sterling Candelabra, J & H Savory

Pair of English Neoclassical style sterling weighted convertible candelabra hallmarked JSH for Joseph & Horace Savory, London, England, date letter for 1890. Removable 3-arm and 4-light top with removable bobeches. Hallmarks and maker's mark on candelabra top, bobeches, and top and lower edge of single candlestick base. Bases engraved with an armorial depicting an elephant head with tusks and raised trunk to the center. 21 1/4" H x approx. 11 1/2" W. Provenance: Living Estate of Frances Fulton, Knoxville, TN. See related candlesticks, lot 70. CONDITION: Both overall good condition with light general wear. [See more photos →]

$5,280.00
Lot 51: 120 Pcs. Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Flatware 120 Pcs. Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Flatware Lot 51: 120 Pcs. Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Flatware

120 pieces sterling silver flatware in the Old Maryland Engraved pattern by S. Kirk & Son. Set includes 12 teaspoons, 12 demitasse, 8 iced tea spoons, 12 salad forks (6 1/4" L), 12 dinner forks (7 3/8" L), 8 cocktail forks, 12 butter spreaders, 8 round bowl soup spoons, 12 knives, 4 table serving spoons, 1 meat fork, 1 jelly server, 1 cheese knife, 1 carving knife, 1 youth set comprised of a fork, spoon, and knife (3 pcs.), 1 master butter knife, 1 bon bon spoon, 1 lemon fork, 1 pierced serving spoon, 1 pastry server, 2 tomato servers, 1 cold meat fork, 1 large casserole spoon with shell bowl, 2 gravy ladles, 1 cream ladle and 1 cake breaker. 123.45 weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: No monograms. All pieces with overall general light use wear. Cake breaker with oxidation to a few tines. [See more photos →]

$4,608.00
Lot 57: Tiffany Sterling Flatware, Faneuil, 116 pcs Tiffany Sterling Flatware, Faneuil, 116 pcs Lot 57: Tiffany Sterling Flatware, Faneuil, 116 pcs

Tiffany & Co. sterling silver flatware, Faneuil pattern, 116 pieces, plus Tiffany & Co. wooden container with fitted interior. Faneuil service including 12 blunt hollow knives with bolster (9 1/4" L), 10 blunt hollow knives with bolster (10 1/4" L), 12 forks (7 5/8" L), 12 forks (7 1/8" L), 12 forks (6 7/8" L), 12 seafood forks, 12 teaspoons, 12 demitasse spoons, 11 gumbo round bowl soup spoons (7 1/2" L), and 11 flat butter spreaders. All marked Tiffany & Co. Sterling M. American, directorship John C. Moore, II, 1907-1947. All hand monogrammed in script: MEMcA. 131.37 weighable oz troy. Set includes Tiffany & Co. storage container. CONDITION: Overall good condition. One knife with bend at bolster. Surface wear due to age and use. All with script monogram. [See more photos →]

$4,560.00
Lot 67: Pair of Edwardian Sterling Candelabra Pair of Edwardian Sterling Candelabra Lot 67: Pair of Edwardian Sterling Candelabra

Pair of Edwardian sterling silver five-arm candelabra, convertible to candle sticks; s-scroll arms with acanthus leaf detail, spiral molded urn-shaped candle cups with removable bead-edged bobeches, spiral tapered central shafts and round bases with beaded rims. Candle bases and bases of detachable arms all marked. Maker Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., Ltd., Sheffield, Sterling, date mark 1906. 19" H x 14 1/4" W x 13 3/4" D. Individual stick – 12 1/4" H. Weighted. Not monogrammed. Provenance: a Middle Tennessee estate, by descent from Thomas G.B. Wheelock. Note: Thomas G.B. Wheelock was known as an astute collector of African Art and co-author of the book "Land of the Flying Masks: Art & Culture in Burkina Faso". He also inherited a sizeable collection of Asian, British, and military related antiques from his grandparents, Gilded Age tycoon George Briggs Buchanan of New York, and William and Margaret Wheelock, who owned a Scottish manor home known as Bunker Hill. (Margaret Carmichael Wheelock was also a founding partner of the fashion firm Farquharson & Wheelock in New York). See other related lots in this auction, including an archive containing receipts for furnishings for Bunker Hill. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor bend to arms. Minor surface wear. One bobeche missing. [See more photos →]

$4,320.00
Lot 56: 156 pcs. Gorham Versailles Sterling Flatware 156 pcs. Gorham Versailles Sterling Flatware Lot 56: 156 pcs. Gorham Versailles Sterling Flatware

156 pieces Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware in the Versailles pattern, designed in 1888 by Antoine Heller (French, 1839-1904). Includes 12 dinner knives (9 1/2" L), 12 luncheon knives (9" L), 6 fish knives, 12 dinner forks (7 5/8" L), 12 luncheon forks (6 3/4" L), 6 salad/dessert forks (6 3/8" L), 3 fish forks (6" L), 24 teaspoons (5 7/8" L), 12 dessert or oval soup spoons (7" L), 11 bouillon spoons (6" L), 12 gilt demitasse spoons and 7 demitasse spoons without gilding, 4 tablespoons, 3 cream soup spoons, 5 flat handle butter spreaders, 3 pastry forks, 1 ice cream fork, 1 infant food pusher, 1 youth knife and 1 youth fork, 1 pair of sugar tongs, 1 sugar spoon, 1 sugar spoon with shell bowl, 1 jelly server, 1 condiment ladle, 1 gravy ladle, 1 cake saw, and 1 pie server. Marks are a mix of older lion-anchor-g marks with copyright stamps and later lion-anchor-g marks which lack the copyright date. Combined weighable silver: 154.3 oz troy. Provenance: the estate of Dr. Howard T. DeHaven, Columbia, TN. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Most pieces are not monogrammed, however, the following pieces are monogrammed: All bouillon soup spoons (D); all gilt demitasse spoons (S); cake saw; sugar shell; youth knife/fork; condiment ladle and infant food pusher. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
Lot 124: TN Coin Silver Pitcher, Winchester Family TN Coin Silver Pitcher, Winchester Family Lot 124: TN Coin Silver Pitcher, Winchester Family

Coin silver water pitcher from the family of Marcus Brutus Winchester, first mayor of Memphis (b. 1796-d. 1856). Bead design at rim and acanthus leaf overlaid handle, the neck with cartouche and foliate chased decoration over a lobed belly with repousse swags of flowers and central cartouches, 3 part script monogram MBW on one side and “Stanford 1856” on the other. Naturalistic base with four feet in the form of grape clusters. Marked F.H. Clark & Co. and Memphis in separate rectangles on underside (Frederick Harvey Clark, working Memphis circa 1850-d. 1866 as F.H. Clark & Co.). 12-1/2″H. 24.935 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tennessee, acquired from descendants of the Winchester family. Note: Stanford is believed to have been the name of a Winchester family ancestral home in Great Britain. Condition: 2 Repaired dents or punctures to bottom. [See more photos →]

$4,012.00
Lot 51: 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV Lot 51: 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV

Set of twelve (12) Towle sterling silver goblets in the Louis XIV pattern, all with gilt wash interiors. 6 1/2" H. 20th century. 66.08 total troy ounces. Not monogrammed. Provenance: Gallatin, Tennessee private collection. CONDITION: One goblet with slight denting to the base, all with light wear. Overall very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$3,840.00
Lot 65: 61 pcs English Shell and Thread Flatware 61 pcs English Shell and Thread Flatware Lot 65: 61 pcs English Shell and Thread Flatware

61 pieces assembled English flatware service in the fiddle, shell and thread pattern. Includes 12 sterling silver handle knives with stainless blades, the handles marked for Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1914-1915; 9 sterling hollow handle butter spreaders, the blades marked for CJ Vander, Ltd., London, 1957; 12 sterling place or dessert spoons, 11 sterling teaspoons and 5 sterling salad/dessert forks all marked for Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield, 1837-1838; together with 12 English silverplated salad/dessert forks. Combined weighable sterling: 45.78 oz troy. Provenance: Private Nashville, Tennessee collection, acquired with and used for many years with the flatware attributed to Paul Storr in Lot 64. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some light scratching and minor wear to ends of tines and bowls. A few small dents to knife handles. [See more photos →]

$3,712.00
Lot 190: 3 Edwardian Sterling Urns, Crichton 3 Edwardian Sterling Urns, Crichton Lot 190: 3 Edwardian Sterling Urns, Crichton

Three (3) Neoclassical style sterling silver garniture urns, all with domed lids having urn shaped finials and double handles with acanthus leaf finials. Marks for Lionel Alfred Crichton, London, 1910 (small urns), 1911 (large urn). Marked "Crichton Bros, New York and London" underside of bases. Not monogrammed. Small urns with lids – 10 3/4" H x 7 5/8" W x 4 1/4" D. Large urn with lid – 18 5/8" H x 12 3/8" W x 7 1/2" D. 97.38 total oz troy. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Large urn with bend to rim rendering the lid unable to fit. Dents, some surface scratching, and use wear. [See more photos →]

$3,600.00
Lot 47: Kirk Repousse Flatware, Service for 12 with Extras Kirk Repousse Flatware, Service for 12 with Extras Lot 47: Kirk Repousse Flatware, Service for 12 with Extras

An extensive S. Kirk & Son sterling silver Repousse pattern service for twelve, with extras, 180 pieces total. Includes twelve (12) each: 12 Dinner Knives (9 5/8" L); 12 Luncheon Knives (8 7/8" L); 12 Dinner Forks (7 1/2" L); 12 Luncheon Forks (7 1/8" L); 24 Salad/Dessert Forks; 24 Teaspoons; 12 Iced Tea Spoons; 12 Round Bowl Soup spoons; 12 Fruit/Citrus spoons; 12 Ice Cream Spoon/Forks; 12 Place Spoons (6-7/8" L); 12 Seafood/Cocktail forks; 12 Flat Handle Butter spreaders; and 12 Demitasse Spoons. 203.190 weighable oz troy. Note: there are multiple lots of Kirk Repousse pattern silver in this two-day auction: lots #46, 47, 48 (serving flatware), 238, 435, 436 (day 1), and 807, 946, 947, 951 and 1043 (day 2). CONDITION: All pieces very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$3,600.00
Lot 71: 3 Coin Silver Mint Julep Cups, Washington Family Crest 3 Coin Silver Mint Julep Cups, Washington Family Crest Lot 71: 3 Coin Silver Mint Julep Cups, Washington Family Crest

3 Coin Silver Mint Julep Cups, Washington family history. All bear engraved monograms similar to the George Washington family crest and by oral history came from Washington family descendants at Wessyngton Plantation or Washington Hall in Tennessee. 1 julep has beaded rim and incuse mark for Thomas Gowdy (retailer/jeweler working Nashville, 1825-d. 1863), 1 has triple threaded rim and an incuse mark for E.C. Garner (Eli C. Garner, Lexington, KY working 1838-1842), and 1 with molded lip, has no maker's mark but is scratched "Toh" twice on underside. All approximately 3-5/8" H. 13.31 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: private Alabama collection. CONDITION: Scattered small dents, especially to the unmarked one. Overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$3,456.00
Lot 52: 157 Pcs. Lunt Eloquence Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware 157 Pcs. Lunt Eloquence Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Lot 52: 157 Pcs. Lunt Eloquence Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware

157 pieces Lunt Eloquence pattern sterling silver flatware, including 8 hollow handle steak knives (9 1/4" L), 24 modern hollow handle knives (9 3/4" L), 24 dinner forks (12 – 7 3/8" L, 12 – 7 7/8" L), 12 salad forks (6 1/2" L), 24 teaspoons (6 1/8" L), 12 place/oval soup spoons, 12 round bowl cream soup spoons, 3 tablespoons, 2 pierced tablespoons, 1 buffet serving spoon, 1 gravy ladle, 1 bon bon spoon, 1 sugar spoon, 1 jelly server, 12 cocktail/seafood forks, 1 pickle/olive fork, 1 small meat serving fork, 2 piece carving set, 1 pie and cake server, 1 cheese knife, 1 master butter knife, and 12 butter spreaders. Not monogrammed. Housed in a fitted box. 172.105 total weighable troy ounces. Provenance: The collection of Dr. William Kendall Striker, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition with normal surface wear. [See more photos →]

$3,456.00
Lot 61: 91 Pcs. Tiffany Sterling Silver Flatware, Winthrop Pattern 91 Pcs. Tiffany Sterling Silver Flatware, Winthrop Pattern Lot 61: 91 Pcs. Tiffany Sterling Silver Flatware, Winthrop Pattern

Set of Tiffany sterling silver flatware, Winthrop pattern, designed in 1909 by Albert Angell Southwick, now discontinued, 91 total pieces. Includes 11 hollow handle blunt blade knives with bolster (9 1/4" L), 3 fruit knives, 6 dinner forks (7 1/2" L), 6 dinner forks (6 3/4" L), 6 salad forks with gilt wash (7" L), 6 seafood or oyster forks with gilt wash, 6 teaspoons, 6 bouillon soup spoons, 6 place soup spoons, 6 demitasse spoons with gilt wash, 6 egg spoons with gilt wash, 6 melon or grapefruit spoons with gilt wash, 5 individual butter spreaders, 1 master butter, 1 sugar spoon, 1 sugar tong, 1 bon-bon serving fork, 6 serving spoons, 1 cold meat fork, and 1 butter pick. Monogrammed with "D". 119.54 weighable troy ounces. Note: Lot contains 1 knife handle not counted in the total piece lot. Retains Tiffany & Company silver storage bags. Provenance: The estate of Joan Dearden, Johnson City, Tennessee. CONDITION: Set monogrammed with "D". Cold meat fork and bon-bon fork with bending to one tine. Tarnish, pitting and oxidation to the majority of the knife blades. Pitting to butter spreader handles. Some minor denting noted to some knife handles. [See more photos →]

$3,360.00
Lot 60: Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 90 pieces Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 90 pieces Lot 60: Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 90 pieces

90 pieces Reed & Barton Francis 1st pattern sterling silver flatware, including 8 New French blade knives (9 3/4" L), 8 Modern Hollow Knives, (9 1/4" L), 8 dinner forks (7 3/4" L), 8 lunch forks, 8 salad forks, 8 round bowl soup spoons, 8 iced tea spoons, 8 cocktail forks, 7 individual butter spreaders, 8 teaspoons, 2 pc. salad serving set, 1 cream ladle, 1 small sugar shell, 1 large sugar shell, 4 serving spoons, 1 jelly server, and 1 pierced bowl bon-bon or nut spoon. Set also includes 1 unmarked associated likely sterling hollow silver cheese slicer and server andÊ likely sterling associated hollow handle bar knife. 117.35 total weighable troy ounces. 92 total pieces. CONDITION: All pieces overall good condition with light use wear, no monograms. [See more photos →]

$3,200.00
Lot 195: Tiffany Sterling Silver Dressing Mirror, 17" Diam. Tiffany Sterling Silver Dressing Mirror, 17" Diam. Lot 195: Tiffany Sterling Silver Dressing Mirror, 17" Diam.

Tiffany & Company round sterling vanity mirror with attached easel stand. Comprised of round beveled glass mirror with a banded sterling silver border having scrolling foliate and cartouche decoration, wood back. Marked on the lower edge "Tiffany & Co./17395C/Makers/4501/Sterling Silver/925-1000/M". 17" dia. Circa 1909-1947. Provenance: a Middle Tennessee estate, by descent from Thomas G.B. Wheelock. Note: Thomas G.B. Wheelock was known as an astute collector of African Art and co-author of the book "Land of the Flying Masks: Art & Culture in Burkina Faso". He also inherited a sizeable collection of Asian, British, and military related antiques from his grandparents, Gilded Age tycoon George Briggs Buchanan of New York, and William and Margaret Wheelock, who owned a Scottish manor home known as Bunker Hill. (Margaret Carmichael Wheelock was also a founding partner of the fashion firm Farquharson & Wheelock in New York). See other related lots in this auction, including an archive containing receipts for furnishings for Bunker Hill. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Slight bending to cross bar/hanger attached to the back. [See more photos →]

$3,000.00
Lot 237: 117 pcs. Wallace Grand Baroque Sterling Silver Flatware 117 pcs. Wallace Grand Baroque Sterling Silver Flatware Lot 237: 117 pcs. Wallace Grand Baroque Sterling Silver Flatware

117 pieces Wallace Grande Baroque pattern sterling silver flatware, including 12 dinner knives (9" L), 12 dinner forks (7 1/2" L), 12 salad forks (6 5/8" L), 12 teaspoons (6 1/4" L), 12 place/oval soup spoons, 12 round cream soup spoons, 8 demitasse spoons (1 still in original plastic wrap), 2 tablespoons, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 gravy ladle, 1 tomato server, 1 salad serving spoon, 1 jelly server, 1 sugar spoon, 1 pierced bon bon spoon, 2 individual salt spoons, 1 pickle/olive fork, 1 lemon fork, 2 cold meat serving forks, 1 medium and 1 large, 1 pair of sugar tongs, 1 hollow handle rice spoon, 1 pie server, 2 piece salad set, 5 flat butter spreaders, and 12 hollow handle butter spreaders. Not monogrammed. 136.22 total weighable troy ounces. Provenance: Living Estate of Joseph & Bette Bacon, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: All pieces with general surface scratching, consistent with use. Two tines broken to wooden salad fork. [See more photos →]

$2,944.00
Lot 58: Reed and Barton Francis 1 Sterling, 101 pcs Reed and Barton Francis 1 Sterling, 101 pcs Lot 58: Reed and Barton Francis 1 Sterling, 101 pcs

Reed and Barton sterling silver flatware set, Francis 1st pattern, 101 total pieces. Includes 16 dinner knives (9 1/8" L), 20 dinner forks (8 – 7 7/8" L, 12 – 7 1/4" L), 10 salad forks (6 1/8" L), 35 teaspoons (5 7/8" L), 9 round soup spoons (5 7/8" L), 6 butter knives (6 1/4" L), 1 master butter spreader (7" L), 2 serving spoons (8 3/8" L), 1 sugar shell, and 1 jelly spoon. Several pieces remain in plastic sleeves, including 2 salad forks, 7 teaspoons, 1 serving spoon, and 1 master butter spreader. Not monogrammed. 121.57 total weighable oz troy (including plastic sleeves). Mixed dates of manufacture. CONDITION: Very good condition with surface scratches due to use. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$2,944.00
Lot 186: 4 Pc. Coin Silver Tea Service, TN Retailed 4 Pc. Coin Silver Tea Service, TN Retailed Lot 186: 4 Pc. Coin Silver Tea Service, TN Retailed

Four-piece coin silver silver tea service with marks for Gale and Hayden of New York, date 1849, and retailer marks for F. H. Clark & Company, Memphis, Tennessee. Consisting of a teapot, coffeepot, covered sugar bowl, and covered creamer. All pieces with square bodies having canted corners and conforming domed lids with flame finials, chased foliate-encircled reserves to body and C-scrolled handles above leaf-scrolled feet. Tea and coffee pots with S-shaped spouts. All pieces with maker's marks to base, tea pot and coffee pot additionally marked with retailer mark. Three-letter script monogram to each piece. Pieces range in size from 7 1/8" H x 7" dia. to 11 1/4" H x 11 3/4" dia. 101.265 total troy ounces. Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection. CONDITION: All pieces with 3-letter script monogram. Lid to creamer does not sit flush with body. Some dents to upper body of tea pot. All pieces with overall general wear. [See more photos →]

$2,880.00
Lot 70: John Vansant Aesthetic Silver Dish and Cover John Vansant Aesthetic Silver Dish and Cover Lot 70: John Vansant Aesthetic Silver Dish and Cover

John T. Vansant Manufacturing Company (Phildadelphia, 1881-1884) sterling silver entree dish and cover in the Aesthetic taste, oblong form with domed top, naturalistic branch form top and side handles, atop a base with four bracket feet, the surface covered in repousse ornamentation including flowers, gingko leaves, and fans. Marked on underside with pseudohallmarks for Vansant and stamped "English Sterling 925-1000" to denote silver content equal to that made in England. 5 3/4" H x 10 1/2" W x 6 1/2" D. 34.75 oz troy. Circa 1880. Note: Two covered dishes nearly identical to this one (but with hammered top) are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the High Museum, Atlanta. The High's description notes "Though a short-lived firm, [the John T. Vansant Company] catered to a sophisticated clientele. American silver in the Aesthetic taste is rare". Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection, acquired from the Amburgey Estate, Murfreesboro, Tennessee many years ago. CONDITION: Excellent condition with no significant dents, scratches, or other imperfections. No monograms or monogram removals. [See more photos →]

$2,816.00
Lot 791: Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Sterling Flatware 95 pcs. Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Sterling Flatware 95 pcs. Lot 791: Kirk Old Maryland Engraved Sterling Flatware 95 pcs.

Set of ninety-five (95) pieces of S. Kirk & Son sterling flatware, engraved Old Maryland pattern. Including 12 modern hollow dinner knives (9 5/8" L), 12 modern hollow dinner or luncheon knives (9" L), 14 dinner forks (7 7/8" L), 12 luncheon forks (7 1/4" L), 24 teaspoons, 12 soup spoons and 9 individual butter knives. 100.805 weighable troy ounces. Provenance: Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Josephine Lavecchia estate, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, general use wear, no monograms. [See more photos →]

$2,816.00
Lot 64: Edwardian Sterling Covered Tureen with s/p underplate Edwardian Sterling Covered Tureen with s/p underplate Lot 64: Edwardian Sterling Covered Tureen with s/p underplate

English sterling silver Rococo style tureen, lobed oval form; domed oval lid with removable loop handle, base of handle with molded animal masks to two sides and animal paws to ends. Repousse flower and cartouche decoration on lobed areas; small cutout in edge for a ladle handle (ladle not included). Conforming oval body with scroll border near lip, repousse flower and cartouche decoration with one cartouche enclosing a script monogram, the other a crest; ear-shaped handles with overlaid leaf decoration, all raised on a short, conforming pedestal foot with floral and cartouche decoration. Lid and base both hallmarked for Sheffield, Sterling, 1908 with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co.; the body with additional stamped retailer mark, "Gibson Belfast." 11 1/2" H x 19 1/2" W x 9 3/4" D. 118.17 oz troy. Together with an associated Reed & Barton silverplate shaped oval undertray, marked 5105, 18, EPNS on base, 19 1/8" x 13 1/2" x 7/8" H. 3 pieces total. Provenance: Private Southern Collection. CONDITION: Tureen and lid in very good condition with minor surface wear. Tray with several surface scratches. [See more photos →]

$2,760.00
Lot 80: Merriman & Clark Memphis TN Coin Silver Soup Ladle Merriman & Clark Memphis TN Coin Silver Soup Ladle Lot 80: Merriman & Clark Memphis TN Coin Silver Soup Ladle

Large Tennessee coin silver soup or punch ladle, fiddle tipt handle marked MERRIMAN & CLARK in rectangle (James E. Merriman and Frederick H. Clark, working together in Memphis 1841-47), monogrammed BMK. 12 3/4" L. 5.83 troy ounces. Provenance: Private West Tennessee Collection. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition with some light scattered scratches, some wear to maker's mark. [See more photos →]

$2,760.00
Lot 796: 9 International Silver Mint Julep Cups 9 International Silver Mint Julep Cups Lot 796: 9 International Silver Mint Julep Cups

Set of nine (9) International Co. sterling silver mint julep cups, with reeded upper and lower rims and tapering sides. Maker's marks, Sterling, and 101 25 -1 stamped underside of bases. Not monogrammed. 3 7/8" H. 35.665 total troy ounces. Early to mid 20th c. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Overall good condition with normal surface scratches, wear, few dents. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
Lot 238: 114 Pcs. S. Kirk & Sons Repousse Flatware & 4 Gorham Nut Dishes 114 Pcs. S. Kirk & Sons Repousse Flatware & 4 Gorham Nut Dishes Lot 238: 114 Pcs. S. Kirk & Sons Repousse Flatware & 4 Gorham Nut Dishes

114 pieces S. Kirk and Son Repousse pattern sterling silver flatware, 12 New French hollow handle dinner knives (9 3/4" L), 1 steak knife (9 3/4" L), 12 dinner forks (7 7/8" L), 13 salad forks (6 1/4" L), 14 teaspoons (5 7/8" L), 11 iced tea spoons, 11 round bowl cream soup spoons, 1 tablespoon, 12 demitasse spoons, 6 cocktail/seafood forks, 2 pickle/olive forks, 1 bacon fork, 1 relish fork, 2 cream ladle, 3 bon bon spoons, 1 berry/casserole spoon, 1 pierced olive spoon, 1 meat carving fork, 1 pastry server, and 8 flat handle butter spreaders. Not monogrammed. All pieces housed in a fitted box. 114.795 total weighable troy ounces. Together with four (4) Gorham sterling silver small round dishes with floral repousse borders. Maker's marks, Sterling, and A3446 stamped underside of rims to 3 dishes, Sterling and C stamped underside of base to 1 dish. Monogrammed "EWH" and dated "1932". 1 1/8" H x 5 1/2" dia. 8.200 total troy ounces. 122.99 total weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: Flatware: Overall good condition with normal surface wear. Nut Dishes: Overall good condition with normal surface wear, dents. One with area of repair, possibly obscuring marks to underside of rim. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
Lot 66: 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes Lot 66: 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes

Four (4) Old Sheffield plate covered armorial octagonal footed entree serving dishes, each dish comprised of three pieces: lid with removable handle, removable inner dish, and enclosed warming compartment with pierced liner. All with gadrooned borders, reeded acanthus handles, and four acanthus, sunburst and paw feet. Each engraved with double sunburst marks on bases, attributed to Matthew Boulton & Company, Sheffield, England. 7 1/4" H x 12 1/4" dia. Early 19th century. CONDITION: All with light scratching and general use wear. One lid with one small area of discoloration. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
Lot 438: 11 Sterling Silver Julep Cups, incl. International, Manchester 11 Sterling Silver Julep Cups, incl. International, Manchester Lot 438: 11 Sterling Silver Julep Cups, incl. International, Manchester

11 sterling silver mint julep cups, including International, Manchester Silver Co. 1st-9th items: 9 International sterling silver mint julep cups with reeded upper and lower rims and tapering sides. Maker's marks, Sterling, and 101 25 -1 stamped underside of bases. Not monogrammed. 3 7/8" H. 34.620 total troy ounces. 10th-11th items: 2 Manchester Silver Company sterling silver mint julep cups with reeded upper and lower rims and tapering sides. Maker's marks, Sterling, and 3759 stamped underside of bases. Not monogrammed. 3 3/4" H. 7.730 total troy ounces. Combined weight, 11 sterling silver items: 42.35 total troy ounces. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Overall good condition with normal surface scratches, dents. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
Lot 1: 3 Pc. Chinese Export Silver Tea Service 3 Pc. Chinese Export Silver Tea Service Lot 1: 3 Pc. Chinese Export Silver Tea Service

Chinese Export Heng Li, Tientsin (Tianjin) 3-piece sterling silver tea service, including tea pot, creamer pitcher, and covered sugar bowl, each with repousse vignettes of flowering branches, potted plants, and landscape scenes with a figure in a boat, bamboo-form handles and teapot spout, and round bases. Chinese character marks stamped underside of the bases. Ranging in size from 3 7/8" H x 4 3/4" W x 3 1/4" D to 5 7/8" H x 8 3/8" W x 5" D. 25.545 total troy ounces. Circa 1900. CONDITION: Overall good condition with normal wear, surface scratches. 1/2" dent to bottom of tea pot spout. [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
Lot 205: Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray Lot 205: Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray

Tiffany & Company rectangular sterling serving tray, base marked Tiffany & Co./20900 Makers 5053/925-1000/M". Center of tray monogrammed "N". 24 1/4" L x 9" H. 61.440 troy ounces. Circa 1925. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall general light surface wear to top, center with "N" monogram. Ding upper left corner. Scratching to the base. [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
Lot 93: Old Sheffield Crested Meat Dome & Platter Old Sheffield Crested Meat Dome & Platter Lot 93: Old Sheffield Crested Meat Dome & Platter

Old Sheffield plated meat dome with platter. Large lobed oval form with a naturalistic foliate handle, gadrooned and shell rim and an engraved armorial crest depicting a central tree in a cartouche, surmounted by a figure holding a branch with banner below reading FORTIS IN PROCELLA ("Strength in Adversity"). Crown hallmark to underside beneath handle. Together with a platter having a deep well and tree of life interior with a matching gadrooned and shell rim and resting on acanthus and paw feet. Partial matching armorial to topside of rim edge. Crown and bird hallmarks to underside of rim. Dome – 10 1/4" H x 19" L x 14 1/4" W. Platter – 22 1/4" L x 17 3/4" W x 3" H. Provenance: Living Estate of Frances Fulton, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Both pieces are overall good condition with light general use wear. [See more photos →]

$2,400.00
Lot 800: Gorham Sterling Silver Old French Flatware, 112 Pcs. Gorham Sterling Silver Old French Flatware, 112 Pcs. Lot 800: Gorham Sterling Silver Old French Flatware, 112 Pcs.

Set of 112 pieces of Gorham sterling silver flatware, Old French pattern. Set consists of 11 luncheon knives (8 3/4" L), 12 dinner knives (9 3/4" L), 11 dinner forks (7 1/2" L), 12 luncheon forks (7" L), 12 salad forks (6 5/8" L), 6 ice cream forks, 6 place spoons, 7 iced teaspoons, 10 demitasse spoons, 6 teaspoons, 6 citrus spoons, 7 cocktail forks and 6 soup spoons. Ice cream forks, place spoons, iced teaspoons, demitasse spoons, citrus spoons, cocktail forks and soup spoons still retain the original plastic sleeves. 62.69 weighable troy ounces of used pieces. 46.005 weighable of pieces still in plastic. 108.695 total troy ounces. Provenance: the estate of Marion H. "Bit" Hutcheson, Happy Valley Farms, Rossville, Georgia. CONDITION: No monograms. Pieces without plastic are in overall good condition with general use wear. Remaining pieces are new and unused. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
Lot 74: Alabama Coin Silver Sugar & Creamer, W. V. Moore Alabama Coin Silver Sugar & Creamer, W. V. Moore Lot 74: Alabama Coin Silver Sugar & Creamer, W. V. Moore

Scarce Alabama coin silver covered sugar bowl and cream pitcher, marked W.V. MOORE in rectangle (W. V. Moore & Co., silversmith & jeweler, working Mobile, c. 1844-1861), each having lobed bodies with repousse and chased floral decoration, cast floral handles and floriform finials, the lids and spout with repousse floral decoration, each resting on pierced curved scrolled feet. Each piece with cartouche shaped reserve enclosing 3-letter script monogram to one side. Sugar bowl – 7" H x 8 1/2" W. Creamer – 7" H x 7" W. 36.465 total troy ounces. Circa 1850. CONDITION: Both pieces monogrammed. Overall very good condition with expected general wear. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
Lot 53: 4 Gilt Sterling Candlesticks, Tiffany retailed 4 Gilt Sterling Candlesticks, Tiffany retailed Lot 53: 4 Gilt Sterling Candlesticks, Tiffany retailed

Set of four (4) vermeil gilt sterling column style candlesticks with Corinthian capitals, stop-fluted shafts and stepped square weighted bases. Bases hallmarked for Sheffield, England, 1961-1962, with mark T & Co; retailed by Tiffany & Co. Additionally marked Sterling – Made in England with Lion hallmark to undersides of bases. 11 3/4" H. Provenance: The Estate of Jane Dudley, Nashville, TN and Palm Beach, FL. Social icon Jane Dudley was the founder of one of the South's most prestigious charity events, the Swan Ball, benefiting Cheekwood. She traveled the world as the wife of U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, Guilford Dudley, with whom she shared a landmark Nashville estate, Northumberland, until his death in 2002. A graduate of Nashville's Parmer School, Ward Belmont and Vanderbilt University, she worked briefly for the Tennessean newspaper and later for Tiffany & Co., where she managed corporate accounts for more than twenty years and later served on the board of directors. Mrs. Dudley was also a member of the International Best Dressed List. In 1963 she was the founding chairman of The Swan Ball, now the nation's longest running charity ball. She also chaired the Tiffany Feather Ball in New York from 1981-1991, the ball benefiting the Palm Beach Cancer Society in the 1970s (featuring entertainer Bob Hope), and in England, a ball at Blenheim Palace to raise funds for the historic castle's roof. CONDITION: Overall good condition with some oxidation and small dents to bases, wax residue to candlecups. Some marks worn. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
Lot 57: Kitts Kentucky Coin Silver Footed Pitcher Kitts Kentucky Coin Silver Footed Pitcher Lot 57: Kitts Kentucky Coin Silver Footed Pitcher

Kentucky coin silver footed water pitcher, repousse flower and cartouche decorations to urn-shaped body with incurved neck and footed base, naturalistic branch form c-scroll handle with grape decorations, outward-flared spout. Incuse marks on underside "J. Kitts" (John Kitts, Louisville, Kentucky, working from 1836 -1878). Not monogrammed. 12" H x 9 1/2" W x 6 1/2" D. 27.920 total troy ounces. Circa 1850. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with normal surface scratches. Dents, including 2" dent to base. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
Lot 60: 3 Pc. Kirk Repousse Silver Tea Set & more 3 Pc. Kirk Repousse Silver Tea Set & more Lot 60: 3 Pc. Kirk Repousse Silver Tea Set & more

3-piece S. Kirk and Son sterling silver Repousse tea service comprised of a coffee pot (10 1/2" H), creamer (5 3/4" H) and sugar (7 1/4" H), all pieces marked on base, "S. Kirk & Son, Co., 925/1000, 74, Hand Decorated" together with a pair of S. Kirk & Son sterling silver repousse footed salt and pepper shakers, 2 S. Kirk & Son sterling silver Repousse footed round salt cellars and one salt spoon. 60.45 total troy ounces. (8 items total) CONDITION: All pieces overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
Lot 239: 8 Kirk Sterling Silver Chargers 8 Kirk Sterling Silver Chargers Lot 239: 8 Kirk Sterling Silver Chargers

Set of eight (8) S. Kirk and Son sterling silver chargers or service plates with rolled rims. Maker's marks, Sterling, and 258 stamped underside of bases. Not monogrammed. 3/4" H x 11" dia. 120.145 total troy ounces. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with normal surface scratches. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
Lot 49: Whiting Art Nouveau Sterling Golf Trophy Whiting Art Nouveau Sterling Golf Trophy Lot 49: Whiting Art Nouveau Sterling Golf Trophy

Whiting Art Nouveau sterling silver two-handled presentation trophy in the form of a loving cup, the body with raised leaf and vine decoration and the two c-scroll handles decorated with leaves and vines, raised on a squared foliate stem and shaped base with leaf and vine decoration. Marked on base "Whiting logo/ Sterling/8 pints/6859". Presentation engraving to top of trophy partially reads "Missouri Bankers Association, Championship Golf Trophy, 1937, to be won three times for permanent possession, won by Harry H. Broadhead, 1953". Additional winner names and dates engraved on the other side. 14 1/4" H x 12 1/4" W. 77.575 oz troy. CONDITION: Minor wear and oxidation to handles and base, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00