SOLD! for $510.00.
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27 pieces assorted American and English sterling flatware plus silverplated carving set and Mother Goose spoon. Includes 1 gilt-silver platter or stuffing spoon with winged griffin engraved crest on fiddle thread handle, hallmarks for William Fearn and William Eley, London, 1805; Pair (2) berry or serving spoons with shell form bowls and engraved oval handles, hallmarks for RC, London, 1798; 2 large International Sterling serving forks and 1 large matching serving spoon; 10 Towle Old Colonial pattern citrus spoons; 1 Whiting lettuce fork with engraved oval handle; pair (2) Whiting youth fork and knife; 1 Reed and Barton sugar tongs; 1 Gorham sugar shell with engraved oval handle; S. Kirk & Son King Pattern dinner fork; S. Kirk & Son Repousse pattern infant food pusher; S. Kirk & Son carving fork; Faux ivory and silverplated carving knife and fork, and 1 silverplated Mother Goose pattern silverplated baby fork. Ranging in size from 4" to 16 1/4" L. Combined weighable sterling: 33.24 oz t. Provenance: the estates of Llewellyna and James T. Granbery, Historic Seven Springs Farm, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Some light wear to large gilt spoons, wear and oxidation to large carving set. Otherwise all items very good condition, several with monograms.