35 pieces assorted flatware, mostly coin silver, including Kentucky makers. Includes: 6 tablespoons and 5 forks in an engraved fiddle swell pattern marked E & D KINSEY in rectangle (Edward & David Kinsey, working ca.1836-1850, Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio), all monogrammed CRR; 6 teaspoons with plain fiddle swell handles also marked E & E KINSEY in rectangle including 1 monogrammed SMCH; 5 fiddle handle tablespoons marked B. BROWER in rectangle (working Albany, New York c. 1840-1850), monogrammed "Shall", 1 fiddle handle fork with incuse mark J. Dolfinger (Jacob Dolfinger, working Louisville, KY, c. 1850s) monogrammed B, 2 fiddle variant handled teaspoons marked D.H. Spears in rectangle (David Huston Spears, b. 1798-d. 1876, working Springfield, Kentucky); 1 dessert spoon with fiddle tipt handle marked T.J. Shepard in rectangle (Thomas Jefferson Shepard (Georgetown, Ky b. 1801-d. 1875), monogram GH; 2 teaspoons with fiddle swell handles marked Jones, Shreve and Brown Pure Coin (Boston, 19th century); 1 tablespoon with Norweigan or German silver marks, monogrammed JL; 1 gilt silver spoon with illegible hallmarks; 1 Russian engraved fiddle pattern spoon with 84 kokoshnik mark circa 1900; and 4 fiddle pattern teaspoons with various marks and monograms: C.P. Barnes (Chauncey P. Barnes, working Louisville, KY circa 1870); A. Hews Jr. (Abraham Hews, working Boston, c. 1840), W. Kendrick (William Kendrick, working Louisville, Kentucky circa 1824-1880), and 1 with worn, illegible mark. 39.65 oz total combined weight. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Brower spoons with wear to ends and dents to bowls. 1 Kinsey teaspoon and 1 Spear teaspoon mangled. Shepard spoon with persistent tarnish and wear/dents to bowl. Most items monogrammed.
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