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Eight pieces late 19th-early 20th century American sterling silver serving flatware, including some rare patters. Includes an ice cream server in the Domestic pattern by Gorham (circa 1880); Cheese scoop in a floral Repousse or Baltimore Rose pattern by Jacobi & Jenkins; Solid berry or casserole spoon in the Marguerite pattern by Gorham; gravy ladle with engraved design, marked sterling with retailer mark for A. E. Warner (Baltimore); Cold meat fork in the Revere pattern by International; Gravy ladle in the 1810 pattern by International; a long handled olive fork in the King Edward pattern by Whiting, and a small sauce ladle in a plain oval pattern by Blackington. 13.19 oz troy. Provenance: a Mississippi estate. Condition: Overall very good condition, most pieces monogrammed.