Twenty-three Pieces of American Sterling Silver Flatware
- Sold for:
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2676B
- Date / Time :
- October 05, 2013 10:00AM
Twenty-three Pieces of American Sterling Silver Flatware, mid-19th to 20th century, eighteen Gorham: twelve citrus spoons with slender handles and scrolled terminals, marked "24," two spoons with gold-washed floriform bowls, monogrammed Morning Glory pattern serving spoon and master spreader, monogrammed Isis pattern sugar spoon, and monogrammed No. 277 pattern long-handled pickle fork; three unmarked serving spoons similar to Gorham's Calla Lily pattern, one unmarked sauce ladle similar to Whiting's Lotus pattern, and an unmarked sugar sifter with palm frond and tendrils to handle, approx. 17.8 total troy oz.; together with an unmarked spoon with ram's head terminal.
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