SOLD! for $600.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $600.00
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Twenty seven pieces assorted flatware, all marked Sterling and dating from the early 20th century unless otherwise noted. Includes 5 pieces marked S. Kirk & Son Sterling in the Repousse pattern: Pierced 8-3/8" tablespoon, 7" gravy ladle, sugar shell, table/serving spoon, and 8-1/2" cold meat fork. Also includes 5 Baker-Manchester pieces in various patterns: a bon-bon spoon, 2 sauce ladles, sugar spoon, and a sardine fork. Also includes: a Web sterling handled cake breaker; Watson Cherub or Mask pattern pierced nut spoon; Towle condiment ladle and Towle lemon fork; Watson food pusher with floral enameled handle; A & J Plaut retailed sterling sugar shell with engraved bright cut pattern and S monogram; two .800 silver hors d'ouevres forks; an olive spoon and sauce ladle by unidentified makers; Ft. Meade Black Hills SD souvenir spoon with Indian figural handle; a Traverse City Michigan souvenir spoon with Indian head figural handle; a Bruxelles souvenir spoon marked .835 Made in Holland. Also included are four silver plated items: three Swedish silverplated small hors d'ouevres forks and a Wallingford silverplated souvenir spoon for Washington, DC. Total weighable silver: 19.2 oz troy. Condition: Baker-Manchester sardine fork appears to be a made-up piece. All other items in very good condition.