by various makers, 19th-20th centuries
Sterling pieces comprising eight Chrysanthemum demitasse spoons, a parcel gilt-washed Strawberry berry casserole spoon with kidney bowl, and parcel gilt-washed tongs, circa 1853 by Tiffany & Co., a six-piece Medici (old) service for one and a Fontainebleau tablespoon by Gorham, six J.B. & S.M. Knowles teaspoons also marked M. S. COOLER, three Bridal Rose utensils and a Raleigh pierced vegetable serving fork by Alvin Mfg. Co., five Reed & Barton La Rocaille demitasse spoons, a "Marquis" sugar shell spoon, a "Esther" oyster ladle also marked A F ROGERS, and a butter spreader by Frank M. Whiting Co., a Whiting Mfg. Co. punch ladle also marked JOHN MASON NEW YORK, two Watson Company Floral Series #4 dessert forks, an International Silver Company soup ladle, and a Wallace Silversmiths Peony butter prick, coin silver pieces comprising two A. M. Ware coin silver tablespoons and one A. H. Miller coin silver tablespoon; total silver weight approximately 43oz troy (43).