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Rare Tennessee coin silver salt ladle with arched fiddle shaped handle and shell fluted bowl, monogrammed, marked on back Sehorn in serrated rectangle. 3-5/8"L, .21 oz troy. "Tennessee Silversmiths" by Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr. lists five Tennessee silversmiths with the last name of Sehorn working in Rutherford, McMinn and Bedford Counties, at least 3 of them brothers. This mark is tentatively attributed to William Monroe Sehorn, working Athens, McMinn County, 1842-d. 1876. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Couple of spots of very light pitting to bowl, overall very good condition.