SOLD! for $210.00.
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- Realized: $210.00
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1st -12th items: 12 Whiting sterling teaspoons, six in the Alhambra pattern with monogram MC, the other six in the Old King pattern, monogram NAF. All circa 1885. Combined weight: 8.76 oz troy. 13th item: Silverplated Aesthetic Movement sugar bowl, footed form with floral repousse decoration and holders for 12 spoons. Monogrammed CARRIE. Stamped Meriden Quadruple Plate 1764 on bottom. 10" H overall. Circa 1885. 14th item: Small bacon server with reeded, revolving dome top and pierced center plate over a hot water receptacle. Maker's marks for Atkin Bros., Sheffield, underside of base. 8" H x 13" W x 8" D (including handles). English, late 19th century. 15th and 16th items: Pair of Old Sheffield Plated candlesticks on oval bases with laurel design at midsection. Unmarked. 6 5/8" H. English, early 19th century. Private Nashville Collection. Condition: Spoons – excellent. Some wear to bacon server and sugar bowl, overall good condition. Candlesticks with edge wear, showing pink.