SOLD! for $442.00.
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13 pcs. assorted Kentucky coin silver flatware, mostly Louisville. Includes a Fish Serving Knife and Fork, the knife blade engraved and pierced in a fish design, both pieces with elaborate Rococo style foliate scroll engraving and twisted handles having cartouche engraved ends (monogrammed H), incuse marks on back for Kitts & Werne (working Louisville, 1864-1878), knife 11-1/3"L; 4 dessert spoons with pointed handles bearing incuse marks H. Fletcher (Henry Fletcher, working Lexington, 1818-? and Louisville circa 1830-1866), monogrammed WEW; and 6 dessert spoons with Fiddle pattern handles marked W. Cooper (working Louisville and Cincinnati, 1835-1847), and 1 teaspoon with pointed handle marked S. W. Wariner in rectangle (working 1849-1864+), monogrammed H. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: 1 Cooper spoon has repaired split to bowl. Some other spoons have worn ends and scattered dents. Overall good condition. Fish set excellent.