SOLD! for $288.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $288.00
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13 assorted items. 1st item: Sterling silver serving bowl with folded rim, maker's mark HGS Co. 400, 2" H x 10" dia., 10.56 oz troy. 2nd item: Pair Leubkuecher & Co., Newark, NJ, sterling Wish Bone sugar tongs, 4 1/4" L, 1.09 oz troy. 3rd-7th items: Vintage sterling flatware including set of 3 sterling dessert forks, 6 3/4" L, 1 Gorham Versailles pattern small teaspoon, 5 1/8" L and 1 Dominick and Haff Palm Beach souvenir spoon, 4 1/4" L, 4.76 oz troy/5. 8th-11th items: Pair coin silver Albert Coles Co., Medallion pattern, 1862 gravy ladles with gilt bowls and twist handles, 8" L and 1 coin silver ladle with gilt shell bowl and bright cut decoration, 7 3/4" L. 6.06 oz troy/3; together with 1 800 silver cocktail/souvenir fork with wild boar finial, 4 7/8" L, 0.44 oz troy. 12th item: German silverplated grape scissors, 6 5/5/8" L, c. 1900-1920. 13th item: German brass stork and turtle midwife "umbilical cord clamp" or ribbon puller/threader scissors, cast brass stork-form clamp or embroidery threader/puller, each handle mounted with a miniature turtle, the body of the stork enclosing a miniature infant in a papoose, 6 3/8" L. Total Sterling: 16.71 oz troy. Total Coin silver: 6.06 oz troy, total 800 silver: 0.44 oz troy. Provenance: Baltimore estates of Virginia Howard Miller (c. 1880-1946) and Hugh Purviance King (1873-1966) passed down to present Living Estate of Virginia Johnston, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Bowl in very good condition with some surface wear. Not monogrammed. Most flatware with monogram and some minor surface wear. Brass umbilical cord clamp in good condition.