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Five pieces of South Carolina coin silver flatware. Includes one 3-5/8" salt ladle marked Veal & Glaze in serrated rectangle (John Veal and William Glaze, working together in a short lived partnership in Columbia, S.C. 1838-1841); one 4-5/8" condiment ladle and one 9" tablespoon both with fiddle handles and marked Wilmot (one in rectangle, the other in serrated rectangle, both attr. Samuel Wilmot, working New Haven CT 1800-1808, Georgetown, SC circa 1825, and Charleston SC circa 1837); one 8-1/2" tablespooon with 12-lobe shell on back of bowl and fiddle tipt design to back of handle, marked J. Eyland& Co. with psuedohallmark (Charleston, 1820-1827); and one 8-1/2" tablespoon in the French Thread pattern marked Wm. Gale & Son (New York, mid 19th c.) with retailer's mark for Hayden Brother & Co. (Charleston, 1852-1855). 6.05 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: All pieces monogrammed. Veal & Glaze ladle with worn/misshapen edges to bowl and small dents, Wilmot tablespoon with multiple monograms and out-of-period date inscription of 1786, otherwise excellent condition.