17 English sterling silver items, including: 2 piece creamer and sugar bowl set having ribbed bodies and reeded handles, hallmarked for Thomas Hayes, Birmingham, 1895, not monogrammed, creamer 2 3/4" H x 4" W, waste bowl 3" H x 5 1/2" W; 1 George III berry spoon having a bowl with fluted sides, repousse berry and pineapple design, and scrolling foliate decorations to handle, hallmarked for Orlando Jackson, London, no date, monogrammed with script "B" to handle, 8 1/2" L; 6 fiddleback teaspoons, hallmarked for Henry and Henry John Lias, London, 1870, monogrammed with script "M" to handles, 5 7/8" L; 1 George IV fiddleback teaspoon, hallmarked for Thomas Dicks, London, 1824, with engraved coat of arms to handle, 5 1/2" L; 1 pierced sugar sifter spoon having scrolling foliate decorations to handle, hallmarked for Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1898, not monogrammed, 5 1/8" L; 1 salad fork having a hollow handle with leaf decorations, hallmarked for Hilliard and Thomason, Sheffield, 1848, monogrammed with script "HB" to handle, 6 3/4" L; 3 fruit knives, the hollow handles hallmarked for H. Fisher and Company, Sheffield, 1909, with additional hallmarks to blades, not monogrammed. 6 3/8" L; 1 fiddletipt teaspoon, hallmarked for A. Bemiss, Sheffield, no date mark, not monogrammed, 7 3/8" L; and 1 large fiddle tipt Stuffing Spoon with illegible hallmarks, Not monogrammed. Tests sterling. 12" L. Combined weight: 17.185 total weighable troy ounces.
The Collection of Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings, Davisboro, Georgia.
All items in overall good condition with light surface wear, scattered dents. Creamer set: Creamer with 1 3/8" bend to spout, 1" x 3/4" dent to body. Salad fork: Bends to tines, pieces partially separated at join. Fruit knifes: scattered minute dents/tarnish to handles.
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