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2024 Winter Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry (Day 1)

Sat, Jan 27, 2024 09:00AM EST
Lot 290

93 pcs Assd. Silver Flatware, incl. 6 Corn Holders & 4 coin silver egg spoons

Estimate: $1,400 - $1,500

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Ninety-three (93) pieces of assorted flatware, mostly sterling, including twenty-nine (29) pieces in the Deerfield/Beacon Hill pattern by International Silver Co. (six bouillon soup spoons, six butter spreaders, six cocktail forks, five salad forks, a casserole spoon, serving fork and spoon, gravy ladle, olive spoon, bon bon spoon); eleven (11) pieces in the Strasbourg pattern by Gorham (one oval soup spoon, two lemon forks, two olive forks, one hollow handle knife, one cheese server, one gravy ladle, one sugar spoon, one jelly server, one bon bon spoon); ten (10) pieces in the French Renaissance pattern by Reed & Barton (eight salad forks, one dinner fork, one round bowl soup spoon); six (6) Gorham Buttercup pattern bouillon soup spoons; six (6) Stieff Betsy Patterson Plain pattern (3 salad forks, 3 butter spreaders); four (4) coin silver egg spoons by Albert Coles, NY Active c. 1835-1875; six (6) Webster Company sterling corn holders; seven (7) R. Wallace & Sons pieces in assorted patterns (one souvenir spoon, four demitasse spoons, one sugar spoon and one teaspoon); three (3) Gorham pieces in assorted patterns (two round bowl soup spoons, one demitasse spoon); three (3) Baker Manchester Manufacturing co. pieces (one ladle, two cheese spreaders); two (2) International Silver co. pieces in assorted patterns (tablespoon and jelly server); one (1) Reed & Barton Francis I infant feeding spoon; one (1) Stieff repousse letter opener; one (1) Amston serving fork; and three (3) demitasse spoons by assorted makers. All pieces stamped with makers' marks and sterling. Some items with retailers' marks, patent years. All ranging in size from 3 3/4" L to 9 3/4" L. Sterling combined weight: 71.07 weighable troy ounces. Coin silver spoons: 1.49 troy ounces.


Overall good condition, light use wear. Some heavier denting and scratching to bowl of demitasse spoon. Minute loss to tip of letter opener. Some items monogrammed.

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