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Grouping of thirty-two (32) assembled tableware and flatware silver items, mostly sterling including: one (1) Meridian sterling silver pierced tazza, retailed by Berry & Whitmore Company; six (6) round pierced nut dishes, hallmarked RW or WR, Sterling, and D186 to base; two (2) Gorham individual handled salt dishes, bases with Gorham hallmarks, sterling, 1370 H; four (4) Towle Canterbury pattern teaspoons with maker's marks and "Sterling" on the backs; five (5) sterling teaspoons marked "Sterling 925/1000" on the backs; one (1) large Gorham casserole server with gilt wash bowl retailed by Harris & Shafer Co. with Gorham hallmarks and Sterling to the backs; one (1) R. Blackington & Co. olive fork with hallmarks and Sterling to the back; one (1) Frank Smith Edward VII pattern fork, maker's marks, and Sterling on the back; one (1) Fassenden & Company sterling cream ladle with maker's marks and Sterling on the back; two (2) sterling Columbian Exposition souvenir spoons; one (1) pair of Irish (Dublin) sterling silver tongs, hallmarks for James Scott and date mark for 1865; two (2) sterling butter spreaders; two (2) sterling cream ladle; one (1) sterling straw spoon; one (1) Heirloom sterling strawberry fork; two (2) sterling demitasse spoons, Whiting and Wallace; one (1) sterling demitasse spoon; one (1) sterling handled cake server and one (1) .800 Continental cherub figural demitasse spoon. Ranging in size from 4" L to 2 3/4" H x 8 1/4" W. Sterling weight: 32.880 total weighable troy ounces. .800 silver weight: .515 troy ounces.
CONDITION: All items in overall good condition with expected use wear. Several items with monograms.