SOLD! for $295.00.
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1st and 2nd items: Pair Scottish sterling silver berry spoons, marks for John Graham, Edinburgh, 1831-32, with partial gilt bowls and bright cut floral and leaf design on the reverse tipt handles, with cartouche, engraved with crest of hand holding a branch. 9" L, 3.965 oz. troy. 3rd item: Georgian sterling soup ladle, hallmarks for London, 1811, 12 7/8", 5.78 oz troy. 4th item: Irish Sterling stuffing spoon, marks for Dublin, 1817. Engraved with crest of a bird on handle. 11 1/2" L, 2.17 oz troy. 5th item: English sterling silver stuffing spoon, hallmarked for London, 1794 (maker's mark rubbed). 12 1/4"L, 4.675 oz troy. 6th – 8th items: Pair of English sterling salt cellars and 1 small spoon, marks rubbed. Salts: 1 1/4" H x 2 3/4" total dia. Spoon: 3 7/8" L. 2.46 oz troy total. Combined weight: 19.05 oz troy. Provenance: Collection of Charles and Ann Wells, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Very good condition.