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22 pieces English 19th century sterling silver flatware in the Kings Hourglass pattern and 1 silverplated spoon- total 23 pieces. Includes Six (6) sterling handled dinner knives with replaced stainless blades, marks for Sheffield, England, maker's mark TS (Victoria monarch head, no date mark) 10" L; six (6) dinner forks, marks for William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, London, 1809, with additional asterisk marks; four(4) dinner forks with mark for Paul Storr, London, 1816, all 8" L; Six (6) place or dessert spoons, marks for William Gibson and John Langman, London, 1897, 7-1/2" L. Also included is one (1) silverplated dessert spoon of similar pattern and size marked Worcester Silver EPNS, 7-5/8" L. 44.325 oz troy weighable silver. Provenance: the estate of Elsie Seabrook, Tunica, Mississippi. Condition: Spoons and Storr forks monogrammed, light scratches and small dents to knives, overall very good condition.