SOLD! for $868.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
- Low Estimate: $750.00
- High Estimate: $850.00
- Realized: $868.00
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1st item: Edwardian sterling silver salver with Rococo style scrolled rim and three scrolled feet, hallmarks for Mappin & Webb, Sterling, Sheffield, England, 1922. 10 1/2" diameter. 2nd item: Queen Anne style sauce boat with three hoof feet, marks for Sheffield, 1923, Adie Brothers. 3rd – 4th items: Sterling sugar and creamer with spiral ribbed sides, marks for Sheffield, England, 1890-1891. 2 1/4"H. 5th – 6th items: Pair of sterling salt and pepper shakers, marks for Sheffield, Sterling, 1935, maker's mark GH, 4 3/4"H. 7th – 8th items: Pair of sterling salt and pepper shakers, hexagonal, marks for London, Sterling, 1919, maker's mark GS & Co., 3 1/2"H. 9th item: Round Mappin & Webb sterling silver footed candy bowl with arrow pierced border, engraved garland, marks for Sheffield, Sterling, 1926, 6 1/2" diameter. 10th item: Sterling goblet with wide round bowl, raised on a tapering round stem with three dolphin masks at the base, on a round domed foot. Marked for Sheffield, Sterling, 1905, John Round & Son. 4 7/8"H. 49.44 total oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Bill Zarnon, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Condition: All items overall very good condition with scattered tiny dents and small scratches; salt and pepper shakers have some dark oxidation/light corrosion at pierced holes. CONDITION: All items overall very good condition with scattered tiny dents and small scratches; salt and pepper shakers have some dark oxidation/light corrosion at pierced holes.