SOLD! for $632.00.
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34 pieces of 19th century silver flatware, sterling and/or coin silver, most in the Olive Pattern, incuse retailer marks for William Kendrick (working Louisville, Kentucky circa 1824-1880). Includes 6 forks, 10 teaspoons, 12 dessert spoons, 4 tablespoons, and 1 sauce ladle, all in the Olive pattern, probably sterling, many pieces with additional marks for maker Wood and Hughes of New York (43.765 oz troy); together with 1 soup or punch ladle in the Fiddle Tipt pattern, likely coin silver, marked Kendrick and monogrammed MBM. (13"L, 5.60 oz troy). Circa 1860s. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tennessee. Condition: Scattered minor dents to large ladle and some wear to fork tines, overall very good condition. Olive pattern teaspoons and dessert spoons are monogrammed M.L. Irwin; forks and tablespoons are monogrammed JI(?).