SOLD! for $840.00.
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- Low Estimate: $800.00
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- Realized: $840.00
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1st grouping: Five (5) piece Gorham tea service, pattern A3420, consisting of a teapot, coffeepot, two-handled lidded sugar bowl, creamer and open waste bowl. All pieces with Gorham marks to base and bell stamp date mark for 1900. 39.82 total oz troy. Set also includes a Gorham sterling silver acorn form tea ball (0.670 troy ounces) and a round silver plate tray with reticulated border. Tea set ranges in size from 3" H to 7 3/4" H. Tray – 15" dia. 40.49 total troy ounces (excluding SP tray). 2nd grouping: Eight (8) S. Kirk & Son sterling repousse flatware pieces including 1 casserole spoon, 1 ladle, 1 cold meat fork, 1 dinner knife, 1 salad fork, 1 dinner fork, 1 lemon fork and 1 teaspoon, ranging in size from 4 3/4" L to 9" L. 15.190 weighable troy ounces. 3rd grouping: Pair of Dominic & Haff sugar or olive tongs with bird talon ends, 5" L. 1.235 troy ounces. Total sterling silver weighable for lot – 56.92 troy ounces. Provenance: Passed through generations of the family of Fannie Baylor Baker, married in 1900 to Mr. Stollenwerck. At the time, it was common for the bride to have her maiden initials engraved on the silver. CONDITION: 1st grouping: All pieces of tea set monogrammed, overall very good condition. Tray with general surface wear and scratches. 2nd grouping: All pieces with general wear consistent with use, lemon fork monogram on the back of the handle.