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Lot  311

ENGLISH SILVER SHELL-FORM BASKET.  Resting on three shell-form feet, the ribbed body with pierced rim and repousséd with flowers, and further decorated with chasing. Sheffield maker's mark "HA" and date letter for 1898. 10 inches, total weight 10 troy ounces.

Estimate: $75 - 125  € 68 - 113
Price Realized: $563.00 
 
Lot  312

GORHAM STERLING REVERE BOWLS.  Comprising two bowls on spread feet with flared lips, and stamped "Revere" on underside of base. Diameters 8 inches and 7.5 inches. Total weight 35 troy ounces.

Estimate: $150 - 250  € 135 - 225
Price Realized: $375.00 
 
Lot  313

MIXED STERLING SILVER LOT.  Comprising 11 individual sterling pieces by both American and English makers, including a matching sterling British creamer and sugar, Birmingham , a matching sterling creamer and sugar by International Silver, three footed compotes, one by Reed & Barton and one by Schreve, Crump, & Low & Co, as well as various other pieces as shown. Greatest measurement 8.5 inches. Total silver weight 32 ounces.

Estimate: $200 - 300  € 180 - 270
Price Realized: $344.00 
 
Lot  314

AMERICAN STERLING TEA SERVICE, C 1890. Comprising three individual matching pieces, finely repousséd in the art nouveau taste including a teapot, creamer, and sugar, Unger Brothers, Newark, New Jersey. Greatest measurement 9.5 inches. Total weight 14 troy ounces.

Estimate: $100 - 150  € 90 - 135
Price Realized: $500.00 
 
Lot  315

MIXED SILVER LOT. Comprising 7 individual pieces of both American and European silver. Including an attractive bowl with wreath handles on ball feet, a pierced basket in the art nouveau taste, a small footed swirl form bowl, another small footed, a bell, and other articles, some marked 800 others marked Sterling. Greatest measurement 10 inches. Total weight 24 troy ounces.

Estimate: $150 - 250  € 135 - 225
Price Realized: $313.00 
 
Lot  316

A GORHAM STERLING SILVER LOT.  Comprising six individual pieces including two Chantilly-Duchess serving bowls, one 10.25 inches and one 6.25 inches, three matching wood handled pipkins, and a small ribbed tray. Total weight (including wood handles) 37 troy ounces.

Estimate: $200 - 300  € 180 - 270
Price Realized: $313.00 
 
Lot  317

A SHEFFIELD STERLING CANDELABRA. Comprising an ornate seven-light weighted silver candelabra, John Round & Sons, Sheffield, 1926. Height 25 inches.

Estimate: $150 - 200  € 135 - 180
Price Realized: $500.00 
 
Lot  318

GROUP OF BRITISH STERLING, CIRCA 1736-1902. Comprising a Georgian silver-gilt caddy spoon with scallop shell bowl, the fan shaped finial engraved with presumably the Devereaux family crest and motto, Virtutis Comes Invidia, Hallmarked London, maker's mark of Hester Bateman and date mark of 1736, length 8.3 inches (21 cm), weight 50 grams. Together with a pair of very fine Victorian silver-gilt grape scissors, with ornate and detailed cast vine handles and similar ring finger holes, Hallmarked London 1870, maker's mark of Francis Higgins III, length 7 inches (17.8 cm), weight 142 grams, and an Edwardian silver-gilt anointing spoon, overall engraved and chased and with twist handle finial, hallmarked London 1902, maker's mark of William Hutton & Sons, length 9 inches (22.8 cm), 8.2 troy ounces.

Estimate: $80 - 120  € 72 - 108
Price Realized: $250.00 
 
Lot  318A

AMERICAN SOUTHERN COIN SILVER & OTHER.  Comprising a large and heavy silver ladle by Lexington, KY silversmith G.W. Stewart, verso stamped as such, length 13.75 inches, (weight of ladle 5.8 troy ounces) an Anthony Rasch & Co fiddleback teaspoon, the handle with engraved monogram and verso stamped A. RASCH & CO., length 5.25 inches. Together with a large coin silver serving spoon stamped A.B. Gillett, the handle engraved HOVEY, length 8.5 inches, as well as a diminutive coin silver teaspoon marked Hughes, and another stamped Jaccard & Co sterling, total weight 8.75 troy ounces.

Estimate: $100 - 150  € 90 - 135
Price Realized: $313.00 
 
Lot  319

MEXICAN SILVER GROUP. Comprising a heavy silver butler with hinged lid and wood handle, stamped Sanborns, Mexico, Sterling, and maker's mark LF within a circle. Together with a matching ribbed and footed creamer and sugar. Total weight 26 ounces.

Estimate: $100 - 150  € 90 - 135
Price Realized: $238.00 
 
Lot  320

ENGLISH SILVER & OTHER SERVING WARE. Comprising a large and heavy English silver ladle, London, 1802 date letter, indistinguishable maker's mark, and the finial engraved with griffin head, length 13.25 inches, as well as a long British silver serving spoon, Newcastle, date letter for 1862, maker's mark IR over IW, length 13.5 inches, a smaller English silver serving spoon, London, date code C, makers mark WE over WF, length 12 inches, and an impressive American silver ladle with griffin decorated handle and chased bowl, stamped on verso Sterling and Patent 1878. Total weight 19 troy ounces.

Estimate: $100 - 150  € 90 - 135
Price Realized: $188.00 
 
Lot  321

MASSIVE MIXED STERLING LOT. Comprising over 148 individual pieces of mixed sterling flatware, including many ornate patterns, a few matching sets of spoons and forks, including numerous makers such as Reed & Barton and many others. Total weight 117 troy ounces.

Estimate: $600 - 800  € 540 - 720
Price Realized: $1,375.00 
 
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