Set of twelve (12) Kentucky coin silver forks marked POINDEXTER, incuse, for William P. Poindexter, active Lexington, 1818-1859. All of Classical design with pointed ends monogrammed "Nettie" within garland and anthemion wreaths; reverse with anthemion and c scroll design and with later engraved monograms "Ellen D. Witherspoon." 7 7/8" L. Combined weight 20.75 oz troy. Circa 1850s. Note: Ellen D. Witherspoon was listed in the 1919 issue of "Wallace's Yearbook: Trotting and Pacing" as a horse breeder in Versailles, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Martinette "Nettie" Viley and Lewis J. Witherspoon of Woodford Co. KY.
The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Overall excellent condition.