Sterling Group
Lot 2583
Sterling Group
Sold for US$ 960 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A group of sterling table articles

Comprising: shaped square form sandwich tray, # H202, monogrammed, width: 9 1/2in; bread tray, # 1146, monogrammed, Graff, Washbourne & Dunn, length: 12in; pair oval sweetmeat dishes, # 1529, monogrammed, Black, Starr & Frost, length: 6 3/4in; pair circular sweetmeat dishes, # 1509A, monogrammed, Gorham, dated 1912/1913, diameter: 4 1/4in; tripod sauce boat, A. Bros., Ltd., Birmingham, 1922, length: 5 1/2in; cover with monogram, diameter: 3 1/4in; 3 similar children's cups by International (two with names engraved), heights: 2in; child's drum form coin bank with etched decoration, # 5312, Gorham, height: 1 3/4in; 4 assorted napkin rings, all personalized; small beaker, height: 2in; infant's feeding spoon by Saart; pr. sugar tongs by Raimond; German 800 standard silver, gilt and enamel souvenir spoon for Paris; Italian silver sugar spoon as souvenir of Venice; pr. continental silver cast pheasant form casters, greater length: 5 3/4in; (62 oz. 2 dwts.); with pr. sterling mounted glass table lighters; pr. silver cased over glass and weighted casters by Duchin, height: 4 1/2in; pr. weighted candlesticks by Duchin, height: 3in and another pair by Towle: 4 1/2in.
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