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Group vintage sterling silver flatware including numerous serving pieces, all by various makers, 23 items total. 1st Group: 3 Dominick & Haff No. 10 pattern, Pat.-D.96, serving pieces consisting of solid soup ladle with gilt bowl (12 1/4"), solid pierced fish serving fork (8 1/4") and fish fork. Fish serving fork and large ladle also marked for J.S. MacDonald retailer. 2nd group: 1 Durgin Chrysanthemum pattern pastry server, gilt bowl, and J.S. MacDonald retailer mark, 9" L and 6 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern: pastry server (9 1/4"), dinner fork and 4 teaspoons. 3rd group: Whiting Mfg. Co. Louis XV pattern cheese scoop, gravy ladle and vegetable serving spoon (8 1/2"), all with gilt bowls. 4th group: 2 R. Wallace Co. items: 1 Lucerne pattern pastry server (10 1/8") and 1 Rose pattern sugar tongs (4 1/2"). 5th group: Alvin Mfg. Co. dessert server (10 1/4") and casserole spoon (pattern unidentified). 6th group: P.L.K. sterling or coin Medallion pattern oyster serving fork with gilt bowl, Clark & Biddle retailer's mark, 8" L; Hamilton & Diesinger large scoop with gilt bowl (7 1/4") pattern unidentified, and 1 pierced bon bon server, maker's mark worn. 7th group: 3 Sterling repousse with cartouche serving pieces with weighted handles including 1 cake server and 2-piece carving set, manufacturer unknown. 23 items total. 43.165 weighable oz troy. Please note: 3 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern teaspoons not in photographs. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: 10 items without monograms. All in overall good condition with some surface wear due to age. Please note PLK Medallion oyster serving fork is either sterling or coin silver. Please note: 3 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern teaspoons not in photographs.