SOLD! for $576.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $500.00
- High Estimate: $600.00
- Realized: $576.00
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Sixteen (16) coin silver and early sterling silver items, including Peter Krider Medallion Ladle and Creamer, Gorham salt cellars, and Maryland and North Carolina flatware. 1st item: Peter L. Krider (Philadelphia, mid 19th century) coin silver ladle with medallion handle and gilded, fluted bowl, 7" L. 2nd item: Peter L. Krider coin silver creamer with engraved floral designs and central cartouche, monogramed HAZLEHURST. 5" H. 3rd item: Gorham early sterling silver child's mug with engraved anthemion designs, monogrammed LITTLE GEORGIE. 2 7/8" H. 4th-5th items: Two (2) Gorham Neo-Grec style coin silver tripod salt cellars. 6th-7th items: Two (2) Gorham coin silver classical urn form salt cellars. 8th-9th items: Two (2) Towle sterling silver salt cellars, oval form, each with four ball feet. 10th-16th items: Seven (7) coin silver items, including one (1) olive spoon, stamped COIN; one (1) pair sugar tongs with claw grips marked for Perry O. Daniel, Boston; one (1) pair sugar tongs with shell grips marked for E. Stebbins & Co., NY; two (2) tablespoons marked for J. Lynch, Baltimore; one (1) tablespoon marked for S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore; and one (1) tablespoon marked for R.A. Baird, Raleigh, North Carolina. 23.020 total ounces troy coin silver. 5.540 total ounces troy sterling silver.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of F. Hamilton Hazlehurst, longtime chair of the Vanderbilt University Art Department.
CONDITION: Baird spoon has wear, some denting and bending. Some scattered staining/pitting to interior of the Gorham urn form and Towle salt cellars. Repair to one arm of the Daniel sugar tongs. Other items excellent condition, most pieces monogrammed.