SOLD! for $330.00.
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
- High Estimate: $500.00
- Realized: $330.00
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12 pieces sterling silver and 2 Sheffield plate bowls, 14 items total. 1st group: 12 various English sterling flatware pieces, mostly serving pieces, including Hester Bateman tablespoon, griffen mark on handle, reverse tipt with three block monograms, hallmarks HB, date 1784, 8-3/8" L; Georgian London fish server, maker's mark EM, date mark 1804, 12-1/2" L; 2 Georgian London stuffing spoons, double serpent crest on reverse tipt handle, maker's mark RR, date mark 1813, 11-1/2" L; 2 Victorian London ladles, one with maker's mark GA, and dated 1843, other marked WE, and dated 1841, both with reverse tipt handles and hand engraved monogram; 1 Georgian London master salt, shell handle with engraved swan holding anchor in beak, maker's mark WE, date mark 1809, 4-1/2" L; 1 Georgian London marrow spoon, maker's mark obscured, dated mark 1792, bright cut lion decoration on reverse, 9-3/8" L; 2 Georgian silver tongs, no city mark, 1 with maker's mark TB and script monogram, other with maker's mark RR, both with date mark 1807, 5-3/4" L 26.33 oz troy total of group. 2nd group: Pair Old Sheffield Plate (silver on copper) round serving dishes, with scalloped and gadrooned rim and coat of arms crest featuring a griffin head over a shield with acanthus leaf swags, otherwise not marked, 1" H x 10" diameter. Early-mid 19th century. CONDITION: 1st group: Overall good condition with scattered surface wear. No obvious dents. 2nd group: Some copper showing through, mostiy at crest and inner rim.