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6 pieces of Tiffany sterling silver. 1st-2nd items: Richelieu pattern lettuce fork and demitasse spoon, each stamped Tiffany & Co. Sterling Pat 1892 with T mark for Charles L. Tiffany directorship (1891-1902), 8 3/8"L and 4 3/4"L. 3rd item: Olive spoon/pick or mote spoon with oval bowl having fluted sides and pierced center, over a square shaft with flattened monogram reserve (monogrammed CLD front; stamped "Tiffany & Co Sterling" with small M mark, likely for Edward C. Moore, 1870s, en verso) and sharp, pointed end. End does not appear to have been modified. 10 7/8"L. 4th item: Tea or lemon strainer, unknown flower pattern handle and a round, pierced bowl, marked on back of bowl edge "Tiffany & Co 22390 Makers / 6692 Sterling 925-1000" with John C. Moore directorship mark, 1907-1947. 6 1/4"L. No monogram. 5th item: English King pattern sauce ladle, marked "Tiffany & Co. Sterling" with patent mark rubbed and M mark for Edward C. Moore directorship, circa 1885. 7"L. No monogram. 6th item: Plain money clip, engraved "T & Co," "1837" and "925" on front with Tiffany & Co. 925 mark en verso. 2 3/8"L. Combined weighable sterling: 7.58 oz troy. Provenance: The Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Some wear to definition on handle of lettuce fork; possible monogram removal. Wear to marks on back of sauce ladle. Otherwise all pieces excellent condition.