SOLD! for $217.00.
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Group of 11 sterling silver and silver-plate flatware and table items. 1st item: English sterling berry spoon with gilt bowl, London, 1767, Thomas Chawner and William Chawner I, reverse tipt, possibly later decoration, 8 1/2" L, 1.70 oz troy. 2nd-3rd items: 2 English sterling tablespoons, London, 1792, Thomas Wallis II, reverse tipt, script monogram, 8 1/2" L, 3.105 oz troy together. 4th item: Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1848-1878, serving spoon with shell-shaped bowl, reverse tipt and bright-cut decoration, 8 5/8" L, 1.335 oz troy. 5th item: Watson sterling silver napkin ring, script monogram, early 20th c.,1 1/4" H, 0.53 oz troy. 6th item: DF Studley & Co coin master salt spoon, early 19th c., 3 1/4" L, 0.175 oz troy. 7th item: Herbst & Wassall, NYC, sterling "nippers", script monogram, early 20th c., 4 1/4" L, 1.595 oz troy. 8th item: 800 silver (tested, not marked) salt scoop with Dutch windmill tip, mid-20th c., 4 3/8" L, 0.69" L. 9th item: Silver-plated egg cup with bead decoration and female profile, monogrammed "Fritz 1872", 2 3/4" H. 10th item: Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, England silver-plated small serving knife with ivory and sterling handle, mid-19th c., 6 3/8" L. 11th item: Silver-plated tea infuser in shape of teapot, marked Japan, 20th c., 1" H. Total sterling: 8.265, Coin silver: 0.175, 800 silver: 0.69. Condition: All items in good condition with additional notations: Item 3 has bend in bowl of spoon; Item 4 has fleabite dents in bowl; Item 5 has dents in body; Item 6 has slight bend in bowl; Item & has rust on nippers; Item 9 has approx. 3-4 small dents; Item 10 has crack in handle.