SOLD! for $292.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $200.00
- High Estimate: $300.00
- Realized: $292.00
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Six pieces of early 20th century American sterling silver flatware. Includes a cake breaker in the Repousse pattern by S. Kirk and Son with comb shaped blade (probably steel) marked Schneider Toledo, 11"L; 1 cold meat fork by S. Kirk & Son, Wadefield or Betsy Patterson pattern, 8-1/2"L; 2 large vegetable or casserole serving spoons, one with pierced bowl, both by Wallace in the America pattern, 9"; 1 teaspoon by Gorham in the Mothers pattern; and 1 sugar spoon with gilt bowl by Towle in the Rustic pattern. Combined weight: 10.08 oz troy (excluding cake breaker). Condition: Overall good condition with some oxidation to tines on cake breaker, some small dents to bowl of sugar spoon; scattered light pitting to Wallace spoon bowls and a faint heat mark on handle of one Wallace spoons. Cold meat fork and Wallace spoons are monogrammed.