A silver group of table articles and flatware
Lot 4523
A silver group of table articles and flatware
US$ 550 - 750
£330 - 450
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The Ronald F. Antonioli Collection, Part II Ronald Antonioli was a successful real estate developer, cabinet maker, philanthropist, aspiring concert pianist and a connoisseur of European sculpture, furniture and art of the 18th & 19th centuries. His superb collection amassed over his lifetime reflected his passion for fine details and excellence.
A silver group of table articles and flatware

Comprising: fruit bowl with reticulated sides, # 2931, monogrammed on verso: MFH, Gorham, dated 1892, length: 11 1/4in; an 800 standard pair of monogrammed napkin rings; a German sterling spoon in the Dutch taste with English import marks for BM, Chester, 1907; Fiddle salt spoon, with crest, Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London, 1810; Onslow small salt spoon, GJ/DF, London, 1904; (*); a cranberry glass sugar caster with sterling mounts, height: 5 1/4in; pair of poultry shears with sterling handles; candelabra finial, HE Ld., Sheffield, now fitted as a bottle stopper; and a small plated salt spoon, weight *16.20oz.

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