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*24. An American Sterling Silver Card Case, Frank Whiting Co., North Attleboro, Massachusetts, early 20th c., plain rectangular form with engraved script monogram 3 1/4 in. x 1 7/8 in. [$100/200]
*25. A Group of American Sterling Silver Flatware, c. 1900-1920, including a pierced tomato server, R. Blackington trademark, unidentified pattern, a smaller pierced server by the Sterling Silver Manufacturing Co., unidentified pattern, small cheese server, Webster Co., two Reed & Barton Art Nouveau pastry forks, similar to “Les Cinq Fleurs” and five pastry forks, Dominick & Haff, “Basket of Flowers”, introduced 1920, weight 11 ozs. 4 dwts. (10 pcs.) [$125/175]
w *77. An English Silverplate Cake Stand, early 20th c., three tier frame with handle, raised on bun feet, height 16 in. [$150/250]
*286. A Group of Silverplate Table Articles, comprising a rectangular fitted jewel box with hinged cover, 7 1/2 in., a crumber, 2 small reticulated bottle coasters with turned wood center, 3 1/4 in., a bud vase, height 8 1/4 in., a side handle creamer/sauce boat, square pedestal base frame holder, coffee pot, and an oval gallery tray, length 12 1/4 in. (9 pcs.) [$100/200]
*287. A Group of Silverplate Table Articles, comprising a silverplate sauceboat and underplate with gadroon edge, a bread tray with swing handle, an oval meat dish, a wine bottle holder, a silver compote, a circular tray with gadroon edge, diameter 15 1/2 in., and a small oval gallery tray, diameter 9 3/4 in. (7 pcs.) [$100/200]
437. A French Silver Coffeepot, P. Fres (c. 1868-1888), marked on inner edge of cover and on bottom, pear-shaped body raised on three mask-faced scroll supports, swirl fluted lower body below chased foliate scroll, shell and scale bands, decoration repeated on upper neck and on hinged cover, ornate cast mask forming spout, ebonized side handle, height 8 1/2 in., weight 20 troy ozs. [$1200/1500]
438. A Continental Silver Neo-Classical Tea Tray, marked on the reverse with symbol for Altenburg, Germany, two-handled oval form with flared rim, shell and rosette openwork handles, retains original large engraved armorial including two crests within ovals, one with double-headed eagle and the other with two lions, rope tied draped swags below a crown, dated on reverse 1835 along with wedding presentation, 23 3/4 in. x 14 1/4 in., weight 62 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$1500/2500]
w *439. An Antique English Silverplate Three Light Candelabrum in the Adam Taste, oval fluted base, stem and nozzles, detachable bobeches, drip pans with stylized leaf border, note: resilvered, height 18 in., width 15 1/2 in. [$600/800]
w *440. A Georgian Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs, maker WB, probably William Bell, London, 1826-27, bright-cut engraving, oval grips, length 5 3/4 in., weight 1 troy oz. 2 dwts. [$75/150]
w *441. A Pair of Victorian Sterling Silver Master Salts, Robert Harper, London, 1859-60, circular bowl embossed with flowers, raised on three supports, height 1 1/2 in., diameter 3 in., weight 4 troy ozs., 9 dwts. [$150/250]
442. A Pair of Monumental English Silverplate Stag’s Head-Mounted Wine Coolers, each tapered cylindrical form raised on four supports, Greek key banding and crested, with fitted interior, height 10 1/2 in., width 12. [$1200/1500]
w 443. An Antique English Silverplate Tea Caddy in the Neo-Classical Taste, oval, with engraved floral wreaths and floral swags, box lock, domed hinged cover complete with original ivory finial, height 6 in., 5 3/8 in. x 3 1/2 in. [$600/900]
w 444. An English Silverplate Galleried Tea Tray, two-handled oval form with gadrooned borders surrounding an inlaid mahogany flat surface with a vacant silverplate oval reserve, raised on four bun feet, 24 in. x 16 in. [$600/900]
w *445. A Large Continental Silver Punch Ladle, Breslau, Germany, c. 1864, flat slightly upturned wavy fiddle handle with curved shoulders, large circular bowl having flared rim, engraved script initials “A.M.” on upperface of handle and also monogrammed on the reverse, length 13 1/2 in., weight 5 troy ozs. [$100/200]
w *446. An Ornate Danish Silver Fish Slice, c. 1863, Copenhagen, DYRKIDPF, Rococo revival decoration on handle and pierced scimitar blade with repousse chased image of a fish, marked on back of handle and on the blade, length 11 3/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs. [$150/250]
447. A French Silver .950 Silver Snuff Box, c. 1850, engine-turned engraving on cover, bottom and curved sides of rectangular hinged box, the cover engraved with a bird, vacant reserve and framed by a Greek Key border, 3 in. x 1 3/4 in., weight 1 troy ozs., 12 dwts. [$150/250]
448. A Cased French .800 Silver “Servis D’Hors D’Oeuvres”, 19th c., neo-classical revival hollow handles, four pieces in original fitted box. [$300/400]
449. Twenty-Four Piece French Red Agate Handled Fruit Set, blade marked “CARDEILHAC”, length 7 7/8 in. [$250/350]
450. A Late Georgian Sheffield Crested Meat Dish Cover, c. 1830, plain lobed oval form with applied cast foliate scroll border, removable cast foliate scroll handle, rubbed-in silver shields, height 12 in., 19 3/4 in. x 14 3/4 in. [$800/1200]
w *451. A George IV Sterling Silver Crested Sauce Ladle, maker SB/IB, London, 1822-23, downturned Old English typt, no shoulders, single drop, engraved crest on the upper face with the motto “PRO PATRIA” in a banner, length 6 1/2 in., together with a silverplate Old English sugar sifter spoon, John Shewood & Sons, Brimingham, wc. 1858-96, engraved decoration, length 6 1/2 in. (2 pcs.) [$100/200]
w *452. A Diminutive Victorian Sterling Silver Teapot, Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield, 1898-99, half-reeded oval body with ebonized handle, height 4 3/4 in., weight 8 troy ozs., 9 dwts., handle as is. [$250/350]
w *453. An English Silverplate Circular Tray in the Chippendale Taste, by Ellis Barker, engraved flat surface surrounding a vacant reserve, pie crust rim with gadrooning interspersed with shells, diameter 14 in. [$100/200]
w *454. A Pair of Georgian Sheffield Wine Coasters, 19th c., turned wood bases with crested centers, lobed rims with cast foliate scroll and shell borders, diameter 7 1/2 in. [$300/500]
455. A Large Antique English Silverplate Tea Urn, in the Adams style, two-handled urn form above the spigot, with engraved crest, beaded borders and urn finial, height 20 3/4 in. [$800/1200]
456. A Large English Silverplate Double Wine Trolley, two cast cherub mounted coasters, shell and scroll rims and turned hardwood bases, on a wheeled carriage support with an elaborate openwork handle, height 5 1/2 in., length 21 in. [$1000/1500]
457. A George III Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, John Payne, London, 1753-54, chased decoration including exotic birds and framing asymmetrical scroll cartouches, one engraved with later armorial ivory handle, marked on bottom and hinged cover, height 9 5/8 in., weight 28 troy ozs., 2 dwts. [$1500/2500]
458. A George III Sterling Silver Reticulated Oval Cake Basket, c. 1800, maker’s marks rubbed, having reeded swing handle, bead edge with openwork swag, urn, rosette leaves and scrolls, engraved script initials in oval reserve, height 12 in., length 16 1/2 in., weight 24 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$2500/3500]
459. A Large Pair of Regency Sheffield Three Light Candelabra, c. 1810, each in three sections, having a stepped circular base, tapered shaft, reeded slightly scrolling arms, removable bobeches, engraved crest on base, height 19 1/2 in., width 18 in. [$1500/2500]
460. An English Regency Sterling Silver Cruet Stand and Bottles, London, early 19th c., marks rubbed, bulbous oblong stand with a center handle rising from wood base, 5 bottles with silver tops by various silversmiths, height 8 1/2 in., 8 in. x 6 1/2 in. [$1000/1500]
w 461. A Pair of English Silverplate Trumpet Vases in the Neo-Classical Taste, with flared rims, cast floral garland swags, and wirework frame fitted with cobalt glass liners, height 16 1/4 in. [$800/1200]
*462. An Assorted Group of Sterling Silver and Silverplate Table Articles, comprised of two bone-handled pickle forks, a silver mustard pot, London, 1920, a silver trumpet-form handle (umbrella), two pistol grip silver handled knives, pair of Stieff “Williamsburg” silver bottle labels “Bourbon” and “Vodka”, two silverplate fiddle egg spoons, a silverplate covered pin box, a shaped silverplate gallery tray, 11 1/2 in. x 7 1/2 in., and an apple form covered jam jar. (13 pcs.) [$150/250]
463. A Victorian Silverplate and Jade Ivory Handled-Fruit Service, 19th c., Elkington and Company, comprised of six forks and six knives, length 6 7/8 in., in the original Elkington leather case. [$300/500]
w 464. A Pair of Late Sheffield Covered Entree Dishes, 19th c., plain cushion form with gadrooned borders, engraved coat-of-arms on covers with original removable handles, note: resilvered, 12 1/4 in. x 9 1/8 in. [$500/700]
w 465. An Antique Continental Silverplate Tea Caddy, 19th c., lobed oval body with flat cover embossed with armorials, flat-chased floral side panels, height 4 in., length 5 3/4 in. [$300/500]
466. A George III Sterling Silver Sauceboat, Peter and Ann Bateman, London, 1797-98, plain body with reeded rim, foot and handle, marked under the base, height 5 1/2 in., length 8 in., weight 7 troy ozs., 9 dwts. [$600/900]
467. A George III Sterling Silver Teapot, Richard Cook, London, 1800-01, with half-reeded body and spout, gadrooned border, ebonized lobed finial and original pearwood handle, fully hallmarked on bottom, engraved crest on one side, height 5 1/2 in., weight 16 troy ozs. 5 dwts. [$1000/1500]
468. A Large English Silverplate Circular Plateau, with armorial, the bevelled mirror plate in a beaded incurvate stand, marked underneath, overall diameter 17 1/2 in. [$250/350]
w 469. A Large Pair of Rococo-Style Silverplate Five-Light Candelabra, with scrolling arms and foliate candlecups, foliate shaft and foliate lobed base, height 20 in., diameter 17 1/2 in. [$800/1200]
w 470. A Pair of English Regency-Style Silverplate Wine Coasters, cast shell and scroll borders with turned hardwood bases, height 2 1/8 in., diameter 7 in., note: missing silver discs in hardwood bases. [$250/350]
471. An English Victorian Silverplate Breakfast Stand, mid-19th c., oblong openwork frame with central carrying handle, and fitted with a toast rack, egg cups, and 4 Gorham silverplate spoons, height 7 1/2 in., 9 1/4 in. x 4 in. [$200/300]
472. A Set of Six George III Sterling Silver Teaspoons, Peter and William Bateman, London, 1809-10, maker’s marks rubbed, downturned Old English with a feathered edge and swirl fluted bowl, length 5 3/8 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 1 dwt. [$250/350]
473. A Pair of George III Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs, London, 1808-09, maker IB, bright-cut engraved handle and oval grips, monogrammed, 5 5/8 in. [$150/250]
w 474. A Georgian Sheffield Navette-Shaped Cake Basket, early 19th c., half-fluted oval basket with a swing handle, gadrooned rim, raised on an oval foot, engraved script initials on the handle, height 12 in., 13 3/4 in. x 9 1/2 in. [$400/600]
w 475. A Victorian Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, Birmingham, 1890, retailed by Carrington and Company, 120 Regent Street, London, with swirl-fluted flame finial, vase-shaped body chased with a wide floral and foliate band above reeded lower body, reeded footband and cover rim, fully hallmarked, height 4 1/2 in., width 4 in, weight 7 troy ozs. 10 dwts. [$500/700]
478. A George III Sterling Silver Oval Tea Caddy, Robert Hennell, London, 1793-94, bright-cut engraved decoration on cyma-curved body and on the slightly domed hinged cover, retains original ivory finial, vacant bright-cut reserves, with working lock and key, fully marked on the bottom, the cover with lion passant and maker’s mark, height 6 in., width 5 1/4 in., weight 11 troy ozs., 16 dwts. [$2500/3500]
797. An American Rococo Coin Silver Water Pitcher, marked Hyde & Goodrich, New Orleans, c. 1850, lobed pyriform body raised on reticulated scrollwork supports, repousse chased panels with scrolls, flowers and cornucopiae, with an interesting engraved presentation inscription “Presentade por/R.A. y C de E/a/ TP” under spout, hollowcast scroll handle, height 10 7/8 in., weight approx. 27 troy ozs., 7 dwts. [$5000/7000]
Note: This distinctive reticulated scrollwork base is found on other Hyde and Goodrich examples. See Crescent City Silver pl. 13 and 15.
798. A Rare American Coin Silver and Baleen Toddy Ladle, Melville & Co., New Orleans, wc. 1849-1858, the handle marked “MELVILLE & CO.” in a rectangle, length 13 1/2 in. [$1500/2500]
799. An Antique American Sterling Silver Julep Cup, Bailey, Banks & Biddle, Philadelphia, early 20th c., marked “THE BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE COMPANY” in an arc above 925/1000, incised, plain heavy gauge hammered tapered cylindrical form with applied lip and foot band, height 3 3/8 in., weight 5 troy ozs. 1 dwt. [$300/500]
800. An American Four Piece Coin Silver Tea Service, Samuel Williamson, Philadelphia, PA, c. 1800-1813, marked “WILLIAMSON” in a rectangle under the base of each piece, including a teapot, covered sugar, creamer and waste bowl, footed bodies on pedestal bases, die-stamped bands of grapevine, oak leaf with acorns below gadrooned rims and as a footband, ebonized handle on the teapot, engraved monogram below a coronet on each piece, teapot height 9 1/4 in., weight 62 troy ozs. [$5000/7000]
801. A Group of French Colonial Silver Flatware, c. 1810, by two silversmiths, consisting of 4 soup spoons, 4 dinner forks, and a soup ladle with circular bowl, the spoons and forks marked in script initials “TG” in an oblong oval between 8 petal flower head punches, the ladle marked with block letter “N” also in an oblong oval between similar flower head punches, each piece with upturned fiddle handles, slight midrib, no shoulders, the spoons and ladle with incised drops, the spoons and forks engraved on the reverse in shaded block letters “IFT”, the ladle engraved on the reverse “J.F.T.” in shaded block letters except for the “J” which is curved, 2 spoons 8 1/2 in., 2 spoons 8 1/4 in., ladle length 13 3/4 in., combined weight 26 troy ozs. 17 dwts. (9 pcs.) [$1200/1800]
802. An Antique French Silver Holy Water Font, early 19th c., marked throughout, inverted pyriform font with a hinged cover mounted at the base of a crucifix, embossed classical border of acanthus and water leaves on the domed cover and bowl, cast pomegranate drop, plain knop finial, height 7 in., width 3 1/4 in., depth 2 1/2 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 6 dwts. [$1200/1800]
803. A Group of Antique French Silver Fiddlethread Flatware, 19th c., by various makers, assembled set of 6 dinner forks and 6 soup spoons, upcurved handles, nine with engraved initials on the reverse, forks approximately 7 3/4 in., spoons approximately 8 to 8 1/2 in., combined weight 29 troy ozs., 18 dwts. [$1000/1500]
804. A French Neo-Classical “Double” Silverplate Soup Tureen and Cover, C. Balaine, Paris, early 19th c., two-handle plain oval body on a conforming pedestal foot, reeded borders on rim, stem, foot and cover, large cast acorn finial, height 12 in., 16 in. x 9 in. [$1500/2500]
805. An American Coin Silver Ladle, Samuel Williamson, Philadelphia, c. 1800, marked “WILLIAMSON” on reverse in rectangle, downturned “Old English” handle with incised drop on back of oval bowl, engraved script initials on upperface, length 14 1/2 in., weight 5 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$600/900]
806. An American Coin Silver Ladle, Robert Wilson, New York, 1803-1810, Philadelphia 1814-46, marked “RW” in an oval downturned fiddle typt with drop on back of oval bowl, engraved script monogram on the upperface, length 14 1/8 in., weight 6 troy ozs. 14 dwts. [$400/600]
w 807. A Kentucky Coin Silver Julep Cup, George Nichols, Lexington, 1850 census, Danville 1860 census, marked “Nichols” in a rectangle above “PURE COIN/3” incised, plain tapered cylindrical form with applied molded foot and rim bands, engraved in script on the side “Mary T. Brinley” and engraved in script on the bottom “MTB/to Francis Lawton/Sept. 1856” and “FL to/ Francis Lawton, Jr./ Apr 26, 1881”, height 3 1/4 in., weight 2 troy ozs, 18 dwts. [$400/600]
808. An American Sterling Silver Julep Cup, Lemon & Son, 20th c., plain tapered cylindrical form with applied reeded rim and foot bands, height 3 3/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 17 dwts. [$150/250]

w 809. An American Coin Silver Presentation Cup, Wood & Hughes, New York, c. 1850, repousse chased cylindrical form, molded and beaded lip and foot bands, leaf-capped scroll handle, engraved in cartouche “G.E.T. to W.W. Lowe/ U.S.A.”, height 3 3/4 in., width 4 1/4 in., diameter 3 in., weight 4 troy ozs., 18 dwts. [$300/500]
810. A Continental Silverplate Figural Posey Holder, in the form of a bust of Napoleon, applied scroll handle on the reverse, height 3 1/2 in., together with a small porcelain bust of Napoleon, height 3 in., and a Continental .800 silver Napoleonic letter opener, length 8 1/4 in. [$100/200]
937. A New Orleans Coin Silver Repousse’ Presentation Goblet, by Adolphe Himmel for Hyde and Goodrich, c. 1855, with beaded rim, strawberry and leaf repoussé, presentation inscription “HJ to HEA May 22, 1858”, floral chased foot and applied anthemion foot rim, height 6 in., diameter 3 3/8 in., weight approx. 6 troy ozs. [$800/1200]
w 938. An American Coin Silver Condiment Stand, William Gale and Son, New York, c. 1855, five bright-cut circular bowls on bead decorated trumpet form base, with a cast foliate shaft with openwork handle, retains original bright-cut decoration and script monogram, height 12 in., diameter 8 in., weight 27 troy ozs., 4 dwts. [$800/1200]
939. A Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Water Goblets, Gorham, date symbol for 1912, plain deep circular cup with reeded rim, raised on trumpet base, engraved script monogram, height 6 in., weight 38 troy ozs., 16 dwts. [$600/800]
w 940. A Tiffany Sterling Silver Vase, early 20th c., plain bulbous body with vertical loop banded neck, threaded borders, height 5 1/8 in., weight 10 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$400/600]
941. An American Sterling Silver Presentation Punch Bowl, by J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, c. 1932, circular form with a flared molded rim, raised on a molded circular foot, applied cast gilt models of crossed golf clubs and a ball at bowl’s juncture with the foot and below the inscription, engraved “PRESENTED TO/ THE AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION/ BY THE/ BANKERS OF PHILADELPHIA/ 1932” height 11 in., diameter 16 in., approximate weight 145 troy ozs. [$2500/3500]
w 942. A Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Beaker of Barrel Form, c. 1870, tapered cylindrical form with applied bands below rim, encircling the middle and above the foot, applied script initials “HW”, height 3 7/8 in., weight 4 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$300/500]
w 943. A Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Handled Cup, New York, N.Y., 1941-49, marked “USA/GEORG/JENSEN/INC./STERLING” plain cylindrical form with a flared rim, molded edge, beaded molded foot, scroll handle, engraved initials, “AUP”, height 3 1/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 12 dwts. [$250/350]
944. An American Sterling Silver Medallion Punch Ladle, made by J.C. Moore, New York, early 1860’s, retailed by Tiffany, marked “TIFFANY & CO./STERLING”, old English “M” in an oval over “747” incised, ornate neo-classical goddess in high relief on terminal, length 13 in., weight 8 troy ozs., 5 dwts. [$1000/1500]
Provenance: Prosser and Bowie families, Natchez, Woodville and Baton Rouge.
Note: Tiffany & Co. bought the Moore firm in 1868.
945. An Antique American Sterling Silver Flatware Service, c. 1890, Gorham, “Versailles” pattern, introduced 1888, monogrammed on the reverse, including 18 dinner forks length 7 5/8 in., 18 luncheon forks length 6 7/8 in., 15 tablespoons length, 8 1/2 in., 6 teaspoons length 5 7/8 in., 6 soup spoons length 6 3/4 in., 12 cocktail forks length 5 13/16 in., 24 demitasse spoons length 4 3/8 in., 4 flat butter spreaders length 5 3/4 in., 1 master butter knife length 7 5/8 in., and a sauce ladle length 6 7/8 in., weight 153 troy ozs. 13 dwts. (105 pcs.) [$4000/7000]
Provenance: A New Orleans Estate.
946. An American Sterling Silver Compote, Tiffany & Co. Makers, c. 1884, fluted circular bowl on pedestal base, die-stamped scroll and flowerhead bands applied at rim and foot, height 7 in., diameter 8 3/4 in., weight approx. 24 troy ozs., 19 dwts. [$1800/2500]
w 947. A Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, c. 1957, in the style of Paul Revere, engraved on the side “1907 L 1957”, 4 1/4 pints, height 7 3/4 in., weight 25 troy ozs., 5 dwts. [$1400/1800]
948. A Six-Piece American Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Service, early 20th c., B.S.C., including a kettle-on-stand, coffeepot, teapot, covered sugar, creamer and a waste bowl, plain urn forms raised on pedestal bases, chased classical border of urns and ribbon-tied swags encircling upper body of each, kettle-on-stand height 14 1/2 in., combined weight 131 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$1500/2500]
949. A Reed and Barton “Francis I” Sterling Silver Center Bowl, late 20th c., oblong form with flared lobed sides, height 2 1/4 in., 15 1/2 in. x 11 1/2 in., weight 29 troy ozs., 12 dwts. [$1200/1800]
w 950. A Tiffany and Company Sterling Silver Bowl, c. 1885, fully marked Tiffany and Company 8059/1403, reticulated plain circular form with a flared rim of chased scrolling foliage and flowers, engraved script monogram on bottom, height 2 3/4 in., diameter 8 1/4 in., weight 23 troy oz., 14 dwts. [$800/1200]

w 951. An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, George W. Shiebler & Co., New York, N.Y., wc. 1891-1910, retailed by A. Stowell & Co., plain bulbous form, flat bottom, rose and scroll decorated rim handle, height 8 in., weight 18 troy ozs. 16 dwts. [$800/1200]
952. An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver and Silver Mounted Dresser Set, Gorham, c. 1912 date symbol, including: a large velvet-fitted jewel box, brush, comb, button hook, whisk brush, pair of nail brushes and a shoe horn; with ornate floral and acanthus chasing, script monogram, box height 2 1/2 in., 7 1/2 in., x 4 1/2 in. [$400/600]
953. A Fine Pair of American Coin Silver Serving Tongs, Taylor and Lawrie, Philadelphia, 1849 patent and retailed by Bailey and Company, Philadelphia, c. 1850’s, pattern similar to “Olive” and “Tuscan” by William Gale & Son, engraved in script “MS TOWNSEND/FROM HER BROTHER/ROBERT”, length 10 in. [$600/800]
Note: Commonly refered to throughout the Deep South as “poultry” tongs.
954. An American Renaissance Coin Silver Snuff Box, c. 1860-1870, unmarked, rectangular form with a hinged cover, engine-turned engraved cover and bottom, 2 7/16 in. x 1 5/16 in. weight 19 dwts. [$150/250]
w *1068. A Victorian Silverplate Kettle-On-Stand, late 19th c., oblong half-reeded lower body and spout, oval stand raised on four paw foot supports, height 12 1/2 in. [$200/300]
1330. An American Rococo-Style Silverplate Tea Service, Gorham, consisting of a kettle-on-stand, coffee pot, teapot, covered sugar and creamer; together with a large Rococo style silverplate two-handled footed oval tea tray, monogrammed, kettle height 12 3/4 in., tray 30 1/4 in. x 20 1/4 in., (total 6 pcs.) [$600/900]
1455. A Pair of Antique Silverplate and Etched Glass Hurricane Lamps, weighted circular bases with gadrooned borders, marked on foot rims, overall height 15 3/4 in., base 5 7/8 in. [$150/250]

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