SOLD! for $944.00.
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- Low Estimate: $900.00
- High Estimate: $1,000.00
- Realized: $944.00
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1st group: Eight English sterling tablespoons, all London makers, dated 1841 to 1868, seven with engravings, monograms or decoration, 8" to 8 3/4" L. 2nd group: English Sterling flatware including set of 11 forks, fiddle tipt handles, maker's marks and hallmarks for Elizabeth Eaton, Sterling, London, 1846, engraved "BCY" underside of handle. 7" L.; Mustard spoon, shell pattern handle, maker's marks and hallmarks for Henry & Henry John Lias, London, Sterling, 1856, Queen Victoria. 4 1/4" L; Mustard spoon, reverse fiddle tipt handle, engraved "LP" on handle, maker's marks and hallmarks for Daniel Pontifex, London, Sterling, 1794, King George III; Gravy ladle with engraved image of stag on handle, maker's marks and hallmarks for William R. Humpreys, Sheffield, Sterling, 1894. All Late 19th century. 3rd group: Group of American sterling flatware and accessories including Towle "King Richard" dinner fork, monogrammed, 7 1/4" L.; Wallace "Roses" luncheon fork, monogrammed, 7" L.; Reed and Barton salad fork, 6 3/4" L.; Dominick and Haff casserole spoon, monogrammed, 9 1/4" L.; Cigarette or card case, monogrammed "AS", 3" H x 4 1/4" W X 3/8" D; Sterling eyeglass case engraved "AMP" in cartouche with decorative floral motif on surface, "Mrs C.H. Parsons Springfield, Mass." on back, includes glasses, case measures 1 7/8" H x 4 1/2" W x 1/4" D. Group also includes one Russian silver Jigger cup with assay marks for Viktor Savinkov, Moscow, engraved with images of houses in cartouches and decorative floral patterns, 1 3/4" H. Last quarter 19th century. 50.975 oz troy combined weight of three groups. 29 items total. Provenance: Estate of James J. Allen, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: 1st group: Dents in bowls of some spoons and few bowls slightly misshapen. 2nd group: Overall excellent condition. Minor wear to be expected from age. 3rd group: Gilt wash faded on bowl of casserole spoon. Slight scratches on surface of case. Scratches inside and on back of eyeglass case and back hinge damaged, case does not close. Cracks on glass of eyeglasses.