SOLD! for $175.00.
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Items 1 & 2: Pair of silver saddle conchos, domed with engraved starburst designs and scalloped edges, marked on back Visalia Stock S. F. Cal Saddle Co. 2" diameter, 1.22 oz troy. California, late 19th to early 20th century. Note: The Visalia Stock Saddle Company began in the mid 19th century under the leadership of several saddle makers and was sold to David E Walker in 1870. The company introduced an elaborate line of silver mounted bits, spurs and bridles from the 1870s on and introduced the Visalia Stock Saddle Company name in the 1890s. Item 3: A Gorham hand-wrought silver-gilt teaspoon or fruit spoon with leaf form bowl and fruit and leaf handle, marked 38 sterling with early lion-anchor-G mark for Gorham, 5-1/2". Item 4: Webster sterling dinner bell, Danish Modern style handle, 4"H. Item 5: Lucite or acrylic powder compact with clear base and blue top, inlaid with a sterling silver medallion decorated with lovebirds, marked Sterling DES PAT 140.637. 2-3/4" square. Item 6: Round compact marked Sterling with engraved and enameled floral decoration to lid. 3-3/4" diameter. Item 7 & 8: pair of individual salt/pepper shakers, paneled sides, 1-1/2"H. Total weighable silver: 4.4 oz troy. Provenance: estate of Sara Lee Buhler, Yorktown, Indiana. Condition: Items 1 & 2: Slight bending to outer edges, oxidation to bar on back, overall good condition.Items 3 & 4: Spoon and bell in excellent condition. Item 5: Silver/Lucite compact has light scratching, overall very good condition. Items 6, 7 & 8: Silver/Enamel compact and salt/pepper shakers have moderate scratching and some light small dents, overall good condition.