SOLD! for $261.00.
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Group of 48 assembled pieces of flatware with green-stained ivory or bone handles and silver, silverplated and steel blades. Includes a fish slice with pierced silver blade, engraved with a crest of a bull, hallmarked on back for London, sterling, 1818-1819, maker's mark AW, 11-3/4"L; a fish serving knife with engraved floral/scroll blade hallmarked Sheffield, sterling, 1909-1910 the tip hallmarked with date letter for 1894-95, maker's mark HH, with diagonally ribbed handle (cracked); two salt shovels, unmarked; 18 forks of various sizes with silverplated tines, and 26 assorted knives (including one set of ten), also with silverplated blades. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Several pieces with cracks to handle, most silverplated and steel elements with wear and oxidation.