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Coin silver pitcher with lily handle and elaborate floral and cartouche chasing. Marked J. E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia. Three family monograms. Monogrammed "MEC" for Mary E. Cloyd. Monogrammed "ASK" for Anastasia Smith Kent. Monogramed "MCKW" for Mary Cloyd Kent Withers. 10" Height. 35.385 Troy Oz. Provenance – Family records document the bill of sale of this pitcher by Major Joseph Cloyd in Philadelphia on November 4, 1851. Major Cloyd, born 1813, was the son of David and Sallie McGavock Cloyd and nephew of General Gordon Cloyd who was married to Betsey McGavock. Joseph Cloyd married Mary E. Byers of Washington County, VA. A relative of Mary E. Byers Cloyd, Anastasia Pleasants Smith, married a family friend Robert Craig Kent, Sr. Robert Kent and Joseph Cloyd served as delegates of the Secession Convention in Richmond, VA. Mary Cloyd Kent, daughter of Robert and Anastasia Kent, married Robert E. Withers of Danville, Virginia. Withers estate.