SOLD! for $270.00.
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Two (2) E. TN coin silver spoons, including Cain, Garner. 1st item: 1 coin silver dessert spoon, fiddle pattern handle marked CAIN in banner flanked by 2 Masonic emblems (Thomas Cain, working Knoxville, 1809-1813, ref. Tennessee Silversmiths p. 46). Not monogrammed. 7" L. 2nd item: Coin silver teaspoon marked GARNER in rectangle. Mark attributed to Griffin Garner (working Fincastle, Virginia circa 1808 and Knoxville, Tennessee 1816-d. 1821) or John Garner (working Knoxville 1809-1811 and Nashville 1812-1815?). 5 1/2" L. 1.24 total oz troy. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Cain spoon: Repair to shaft of handle. Garner spoon: Mark is very worn, small loss to tip of bowl.