SOLD! for $324.00.
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- Realized: $324.00
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1st item: Pair Georgian silver sugar tongs, crested bridge, oval ends, marks for Peter, Ann, and William Bateman, London, 1805-06. 5.5" L. .995 oz troy. 2nd item: Georgian sterling silver long handled stuffing or serving fork, mark for Richard Crossley, London, 1794-95, monogrammed TMB. 10 1/2" L. 3.6 oz troy. 3rd item: Georgian sterling silver berry spoon, gilt wash bowl in a chased berry pattern, mark for Edinburgh, 1799-1800, maker's mark rubbed. 8 3/4" L. 1.83 oz troy. 4th item: Sterling serving or tablespoon – Tiffany & Co. Century pattern, 8 1/2"L, 2.89 oz troy. 5th item: German silver pierced server, Neoclassical pattern, 7 1/4" L, 1.6 oz troy, late 19th to early 20th c. 6th item: Sterling serving spoon – ornately embossed and chased in a strawberry pattern, gilt washed bowl, marked H in a pennant (mark used by Watson-Newell Co. circa 1900), 8 1/2" L, 4.1 oz troy. Early 20th c. Note: very rare pattern in the company's 'Fruit Series,' substantial weight. 7th item: Sterling canape or sandwich tongs, pierced and chased pattern, marks for Udall & Ballou, 5"L, 1.6 oz troy. 8th item: American coin silver sugar shell, marks for Albert Coles, New York, 6 1/4"L, .84 oz troy. 9th-12th items: Four American coin silver egg spoons, fiddle tipt pattern, marks of R & W Wilson (Philadelphia). Monogrammed EW. Excellent condition. 4 3/4" length. 2.265 oz troy. American c. 1840. Provenance: Collection of the late Edwin and Rebecca Raskin, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All items in very good condition. Sterling stuffing/serving fork and four coin silver egg spoons with monograms.