SOLD! for $812.00.
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Four coin silver forks, French Thread pattern, marked T.C. Garrett and Co. (Thomas Garrett, Philadelphia, 1829 to 1840). Monogrammed "McGavock" on front of handle. Dinner forks 8" length, dessert forks 6 3/4" length. Total wt. 8.14 oz troy. Circa 1835. Provenance: estate of Margaret Lindsley Warden, a descendant of the McGavock family, sold by this auction house in April, 2008. Many of Miss Warden's belongings, including these silver forks, were inherited from her grandfather, Jacob McGavock (1790-1878), whose family established Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee and Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville. Condition: Tines bent on 2 dinner forks.