10 pieces assorted silver flatware. Includes 2 Russian vermeil (silver gilt) spoons with twist handles, one 6 1/4"L with floral engraving to back of bowl and assay date 1875, maker's mark HA or MA, the other with cartouche engraving and Cyrillic inscription to back of bowl, assay date (1887?) and maker's marks both partially obscured, 7 1/2". Also includes 1 German pastry server with twisted handle and cloven hoof end, the blade with floral engraving, marked .800 W/B, 9 3/8"; 1 German .800 serving spoon with gilt bowl, beaded shaft and cartouche decorated handle with monogram ER, 7 1/4"L; 1 tablespoon with German hallmarks and "925", the handle having a molded serpentine design; 1 American coin silver tablespoon with fiddle handle, marks for Joseph W. Boyd (working New York, circa 1820) and psuedohallmarks, monogram MGM; 2 Gorham "Celeste" pattern teaspoons; 1 Gorham demitasse spoon; and 1 pastry server, likely Continental, the blade engraved with scene of a young woman with rifle slung over her shoulder, and a monogrammed "TL" hollow handle (which has become detached and needs resoldering). Combined weight sterling: 4.98. Combined weight .800 silver, coin silver and Russian silver (excluding broken server): 8.38 oz troy. CONDITION: Gorham Celeste teaspoons are extremely worn. Pastry server with decoration of girl and gun needs handle reattached. Silver gilt items show oxidation and we have not attempted to clean them.
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