SOLD! for $960.00.
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Twelve Rare Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, late 19th to early 20th c., including Love Disarmed, Lily, and Scheibler. 1st item: Silver gilt and enamel pastry server with enameled floral design handle and floral relief decoration at bottom of blade, marked F in circle, monogrammed D and 1850-1900 on blade. 9 3/8"L. 2nd item: Gorham Imperial Crysanthemum pattern serving spoon wth pierced, gilt bowl, monogram FBW. 8 1/2"L. 3rd item: Reed and Barton Love Disarmed tomato or cucumber server, 8 1/8" L. 4th item: Towle Georgian pattern cracker Scoop with fluted flat bowl, 8 1/8" L. 5th item: Whiting Lily pattern serving fork, monogram S or JL, 9" L. 6th item: Whiting Violet pattern serving spoon, monogram W, 8 5/8" L. 7th item: William Gale and Sons early Jenny Lind pattern asparagus tongs, monogram H, 10" L. 8th item: W. Galt & Son early twist handle cake knife with engraved handle and blade, monogram MB, 10 1/2" L. 9th item: George Schiebler Louvre pattern fish or ice cream knife, 11 3/8"L. 10th item: Hollow handle candle snuffer, no maker's name, 9 1/2"L. 11th item: Blackinton gilt silver sauce ladle with enameled violet design handle, 5 3/4" L. 12 item: Wood and Hughes master butter knife with fan design handle and engraved blade, monogram R. 7 7/8" L. Note this is the only piece in this lot not actually marked sterling. 36.41 total troy ounces. Provenance: The Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: All items very good condition, although "Love Disarmed" server has some noticeable wear to handle.