SOLD! for $240.00.
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
- High Estimate: $450.00
- Realized: $240.00
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Group of antique silver plated table items including Christofle flatware. Includes 1 small hot water urn with Egyptian Revival style sphynx finial and lion masks at handles, no maker's marks, 12 1/2"H; 3 crystal decanter bottles in a pierced silverplated frame with marks on underside for William Hutton & Sons, England, 16 1/4" overall; and 1 silverplated dish ring with decorative pierced cattle, windmill and cottage design, no maker's mark, 5"H x 8" diameter. Also included is a group of 11 Christofle silverplated tablespoons and 10 Christofle silverplated dinner forks in the French Thread or Chinon pattern circa 1865, plus 1 matching tablespoon with worn marks (possibly not Christofle) and 2 silverplated English forks attributed to William Hutton & Sons in the Olive pattern, mid 19th century.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of David B. Person, Holly Springs, Mississippi.
CONDITION: Urn with light wear and scattered small dents. Bottles appear original and have a few minor chips; stand with wear to plating. Dish stand with some wear to plating. Flatware: Several pieces worn to base metal en verso; few pieces monogrammed EG 148 en verso.