SOLD! for $319.00.
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- Low Estimate: $225.00
- High Estimate: $325.00
- Realized: $319.00
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Sixteen pieces of sterling flatware plus two silverplated pieces. Consists of a Wallace soup ladle and tablespoon in the Irving pattern; Lunt demitasse spoon in the Mount Vernon pattern; Lunt cheese server in the Belle Meade pattern; Gorham small serving fork and gravy ladle in the Cambridge pattern; Gorham 6-1/2" flared tine fork in the Norfolk pattern; Gorham pierced olive or relish spoon in the Chantilly pattern; Gorham tablespoon in the King Edward pattern; sugar shell in the Gorham or Whiting Grecian pattern; Two cocktail forks in Towle's Verona pattern, and a butter knife, cream ladle, tomato or cucumber server, and spoon with ruffled bowl, all in unknown patterns. Together with an early Rogers silverplated sugar shell in a grape or vintage pattern, and a rare double bowl tea caddy scoop with 19th century English silverplate marks, impressed "Patent". All except the caddy scoop are American, circa 1900-1950. (sterling: 14.155 oz troy) Provenance: estate of A. Welling LaGrone Jr., Nashville. Shakers are 4-1/2" and 5"H. Condition: Several pieces monogrammed, very good condition overall.