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18 pieces sterling and silverplated hollowware. Includes an unmarked silver on copper wirework fruit bowl of pedestal form with elaborate grapevine, flower and shell border and plain insert, 7 3/4" H x 11 3/8" diameter overall, attr. Sheffield, England, and a silverplated cylindrical wine holder with pierced decoration to sides, marks for Walker Hall & Co., Sheffield, England. Together with 16 pieces of sterling silver tableware: a dish comprised of two conjoined leaf form plates with branch style handle, marked Reed & Barton Sterling X103, 7" H x 13" W x 7" D; a Whiting sterling oblong dish with scrolled rim and fluted, gilded center, monogrammed THL, 1 3/4" H x 7 1/2" W x 11"D; Gorham oval candy dish with pierced sides and shell and scroll rim, 8" L; a miniature salt basket; a Manchester porringer with handle decorated with a rabbit and raised letters "Bunny;" 2 Reed and Barton Francis I Nut dishes; , 4 International napkin rings, and 5 butter pats or ash trays with gadrooned edges (2 monogrammed LPO). 42.95 oz combined weight sterling. Provenance: the estate of Mary Ann Sugg, Franklin, Tennessee. CONDITION: Dents to porringer; fruit bowl possibly replated in areas; other items all very good condition with age appropriate wear and light scratching.