SOLD! for $1,111.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
- High Estimate: $500.00
- Realized: $1,111.00
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38 pieces of assorted silver flatware in assorted late 19th to early 20th century patterns plus 1 unmarked white metal spoon. Includes: a wood salad fork and spoon with handles marked Web Sterling in a pattern similar to Gorham's Chantilly; 1 Gorham Chantilly pattern teaspoon; 7 Gorham Imperial Chrysanthemum pattern teaspoons; 6 Towle Lady Mary pattern teaspoons (marked Pat 1917); 2 Gorham Old Baronial pattern teaspoons (marked Pat 1898), 2 Gorham dinner forks in unidentified ornate and heavy patterns; 2 International dinner forks in an unidentified floral pattern (possibly Stratford); 1 Towle Old English pattern dinner fork; 1 Whiting King Edward pattern dinner fork; 1 Reed and Barton Heritage pattern salad fork; 1 sugar shell and 3 dinner knives in Whiting's Louis XV pattern (knife blades marked Germany); and 3 Gorham dinner knives in unidentified repousse foliate and scroll pattern, blades marked Gorham Mfg; 1 unmarked white metal spoon; 1 International stuffing spoon in plain pattern (possibly Simplicity, 12-1/2"); 1 Towle large serving spoon in unidentified pattern; 1 sauce ladle with unidentified pointed tip pattern, marked Sterling; Lunt baby fork and spoon; and 1 German .800 silver French Thread pattern pie slice with maker or retailer's mark C. Weishaupt. 39 pieces total. Total weighable silver: 33.24 oz troy. Provenance: estate of Margaret Storck Hart, Buffalo, NY. Condition: All items in excellent condition, most monogrammed.