SOLD! for $522.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- High Estimate: $500.00
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22 pieces of assorted flatware including Hanau silver, and 6 Mexican salt cellars. Tripod salt cellars feature lobed bodies engraved with various Southwestern symbols, flowers, and figures, and are marked Maciel Hecho en Mexico 900/1000 (8.32 oz troy combined weight). Flatware includes: Silverplated asparagus serving tongs with pierced blades, marks for William Hutton & Sons EP; unmarked fish serving knife and fork set (2 pcs) with engraved pierced blades and tines; 1 sterling handled shoe horn; 1 silverplated pastry server with decorative tassel pierced blade and handle marked Germany; 1 silver on copper serving spoon with figural handle depicting a man in 18th century garb, spurious English hallmarks on back of spoon, likely Hanau, attrib. George Roth; Hanau silver serving fork and spoon (2 pc set) with twisted shafts and plaque handles depicting mythological figures and masks, marks for J.D. Schleissner & Sohne (12"L, 6.24 oz troy); 2 teaspoons with fiddle handles, one Russian with assay mark for Kapiton Sidirov, 1846, the other with Austrian assay mark for 1848 (combined weight 1.57 oz troy); 1 Frank Smith Oak Pattern citrus spoon (.65 oz troy); 9 demitasse/salt spoons with pierced figural llama handles, marked Industria Peruana 925 (Salt shovel marked Peru 925; 2.36 oz troy combined weight) and 1 Dutch souvenir spoon with Delft tile inset handle. Also included is 1 pewter figural Bacchus corkscrew marked C.V.H. 8.32 oz troy. Condition: Some pieces exhibit persistent tarnish. small dents, minor wear. Overall good condition.