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Three pieces of Victorian silver plated hollowware. 1st item: Victorian silverplated butter dish, revolving dome top engraved in an Aesthetic movement design with birds, leaves and butterflies, two ornate pierced floral and beaded handles, and four bird claw form feet. Marked on base for Thomas Ashberry & Sons, Sheffield. Missing liner, some wear to interior, otherwise very good condition. 6-1/2"H x 6-1/2" diameter (excluding handles). English, circa 1870. 2nd item: Trefoil shaped silverplated serving dish with Aesthetic Movement design pierced handle, crimped edges stamped in an allover floral design, and a flat center engraved in a trefoil design. Marked on base James W. Tufts Boston Quadruple plate. Excellent condition (possibly replated). 3 1/2" H x 9 1/2" W x 8 1/4" D. Circa 1875. 3rd item: Large Victorian silverplated basket, rectangular with lobed center, egg and dart border with shell design at corners, and pierced swing handle. Molded base, marked on underside Reed and Barton EPNS 5786. Minor scratching and a some light wear to center, overall good condition. 10 1/2" H ( with handle raised) x 12" W x 11 5/8" D. American, late 19th century. Provenance: A Lebanon, Tennessee estate. Condition: See item description.