Sixteen (16) assorted American and English sterling silver hollowware items. 1st - 12th items: Twelve (12) American sterling items, including one (1) Reed & Barton Hawthorne pattern bread plate, stamped with "X205" and date mark for 1949; one (1) International Queen's Lace pattern bowl, stamped with pattern name and "B201"; one (1) Frank M. Whiting Lily pattern bowl, stamped with pattern name and "312"; two (2) Frank Smith items with gadrooned body and scrolling foliate trim to scalloped rims and bases, 1 creamer and 1 sugar bowl, both stamped "A" and "363"; one (1) Revere sauce server or pan with a pinched spout, stamped "542"; one (1) Fisher sauce server or pan with two spouts and a wooden handle, stamped "1066"; and five (5) footed salt cellars with faceted body and base. All items marked Sterling. 13th - 16th items: Four (4) English sterling items, including two (2) John Reily footed salt cellars, monogrammed, stamped with date mark 1797; one (1) George Fox octagonal footed basket with pierced handle, rim, and base on claw feet, stamped with date mark 1900; and one (1) William Garrad or William Gwillim footed creamer, stamped with date mark 1737. All stamped with maker's marks and hallmarks for Sterling and London. Ranging in size from 1 1/2" H x 1 3/4" dia. to 3 1/4" H (Fisher sauce server) and 6 7/8" dia. (International bowl). Combined weight: 34.820 total weighable troy ounces.
All items in overall good condition with scattered slight surface scratches and some pieces with minor surface pitting. Revere sauce server with minor denting to body. Five sterling salt cellars with scattered denting. Minute denting to feet of Fox basket.