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21 assorted sterling silver items including a London silversmith Thomas Wallis II repousse creamer on ball feet, dated 1806, single script monogram "R". 4-1/4" H, 6.73 oz troy; Pair Gorham (Lion, Anchor, G hallmarks) octagonal dishes with pierced rims, numbered 1095 en verso, 1" H x 6-1/4" dia.; Webster porringer; J. Wagner and Son #60 deep bowl, 2" H x 4-3/4" dia.; 4 various baby cups, 3 with gilt interiors, 2" H to 2-3/4" H; Victorian round dish with pierced sides, hallmarked Birmingham, 1900, 1" H x 4-1/2" dia.; Revere toothpick holder, monogrammed; Frank M. Whiting shaped small tray, 1-1/4" H x 4-1/4" W x 6-1/2" D, single monogram; 2 Gorham pierced heart-shaped candy dishes, 2 sizes; Frank Whiting #1226 mini dish; Pair R. Wallace & Son sterling tongs, 7-1/4" L; 2 various double shot jiggers including S. Kirk & Son; S. Kirk & Son Repousse pattern weighted bottle opener, 5-1/2" L; Tiffany sterling and mother-of-pearl rattle, monogrammed, 4-1/4" L and WEB sterling and blue enamel baby toothbrush, 4-1/2" L, monogrammed. Total – 47.33 weighable troy ounces. Provenance: Private Bristol, TN collection. CONDITION: Group in overall good condition. Thumbprint dent on porringer. Small scattered dents on baby cups and rattle. Small dent to base of toothpick holder. Scattered dents to Kirk jigger with flared rims. 8 items with engravings or monograms.