SOLD! for $406.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $406.00
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30 pieces of sterling and coin silver flatware plus 1 silverplated ladle. Includes: Coin silver condiment shovel, unmarked; coin silver tablespoon with basket of flowers motif on handle, marked DeRemier & Mead (working Ithaca, NY, circa 1830); 2 coin silver tablespoons marked P. Garrett (Philadelphia, circa 1820); S. Kirk & Son Repousse pattern bon bon spoon and cold meat fork; unmarked roasting knife and fork with stainless blades and tines in a pattern similar to Whiting's Lily or Violet; pastry server and small pastry/cheese server marked Sterling Handle in an unknown pattern; Alvin Lorna Doone pattern pastry or waffle server; 3 cream ladles and a teaspoon in Whiting's Colonial pattern (spoon and 1 ladle with slightly bent handles); seafood fork and tablespoon in unidentified Meriden Adam style pattern; baby spoon marked Mexico Sterling; berry fork by unidentified maker in a classical pattern (slightly bent tines); Baker Manchester No. 1 pattern round bowl soup spoon; 2 Durgin Watteau pattern teaspoons; early Gorham demitasse spoon in unnamed Rococo style pattern; Watson sterling teaspoon in unidentified floral pattern; Baker Manchester sugar shell in unnamed pattern; Saart Simplicity pattern sugar tongs; Durgin Fairfax iced tea spoon; International Patria pattern gravy ladle; Watson Liberty pattern jelly knife, and a pair of small Lunt tongs. Also included is 1 Community Plate silverplated gravy ladle. Coin silver weighs 5.26 oz troy total. Weighable sterling: 16.68 oz troy total. Condition: Most pieces monogrammed, all in excellent condition except where noted in description.