SOLD! for $696.00.
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
- High Estimate: $500.00
- Realized: $696.00
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Ten (10) small sterling silver table items, including a 7" x 5" oval bowl with scalloped sides and a 6-1/2" round bowl in the matching pattern, both marked with a W inside an owl; a Gorham round deep condiment bowl, 4-3/4" diameter; a Gorham bread plate with gadrooned border, 6" diameter; a small deep footed bowl with beaded rim, gilt washed interior and three feet, 4" diameter with illegible mark; a Webster sterling bowl, 2-1/2" diameter; a fluted B.S.C. sterling salt dip bowl; a Frank Whiting sterling tea strainer; a Webster sterling tea or lemon strainer with pierced handles, and a Georgian gravy or sauce ladle with stag head crest and illegible marks on back, circa 1800 (all other items American, early 20th century, unmonogrammed). Total combined weight: 24.37 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Alice Leigh, Little Rock, Arkansas. Condition: All items in very good condition with minor scratches and pinpoint dents.