SOLD! for $416.00.
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Sterling silver "Bachelor's" tea service for 1-2 people, comprised of small teapot, cream pitcher and sugar basket, all of lobed oval form with angular reeded handles and engraved Art Deco style monograms (LRG?). Marks on base for Gorham (old lion, anchor G mark), Sterling A2311 (teapot) and A2314 and A2313 (cream and sugar). All with date marks to underside for 1917. Ranging in size from 5 3/8" H x 4 1/2" W to Combined weight 24.00 oz troy. Together with an associated Meriden silverplated tray, rectangular with serpentine sides, two handles and four ball feet, 16" x 7". All items first quarter 20th century. Provenance: the estates of Llewellyna and James T. Granbery, Historic Seven Springs Farm, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Tea set: Urn finial on teapot is bent, otherwise excellent condition with scattered small dents and scratches. Tray: Moderate amount of scattered small dents and scratching, including scratches through marks on underside.