1st item: Sterling silver coffee or chocolate pot with repousse Rococo style decoration, domed cover having compressed ball-shaped finial, worn indistinguishable hallmarks to body and cover, probably English, mid 18th century. Needs repairs (see condition report below). 2nd item: Sterling sauce boat with gilt washed interior, gadrooned rim and leaf overlaid handle, script monogram; hallmarked for London, 1822, maker's mark GK. 3rd item: Sterling figural group of 3 monkeys ("see no evil, hear no evil, say no evil), .925 hallmark with other unidentified hallmarks including signature HB en verso. 4th and 5th items: 2 silver-plated tea caddies with repousse cherub and floral decoration, each with unidentified hallmarks to underside. Sizes range from 2" (monkeys) to 9 1/2"H (chocolate/coffee pot). Combined weight, pot, sauceboat and monkeys: 27.63 oz troy.
The Estate of Margaret Harold Roberts, Lookout Mountain, Georgia.
1st item: Coffee/chocolate pot handle has become disjointed at lower end, missing insulator; top end of handle is loose; lid has denting to sides and is missing pin to attach it to the body. Dents up to 1/2" to lid and body. 2nd item: Sauceboat has 1" repair with denting to side and some permanent residue, possibly a 1/8" solder repair, near spout. 5th item: wear to edges of one tea caddy, showing copper underneath. Other items very good condition.