Three Pieces of American Sterling Silver Hollowware, late 19th/20th century, two vases: one Quaker Silver Co. with flared rim and reticulated socle cast as lion heads and acanthus leaves, on circular foot, ht. 11; the other with unidentified mark, with reticulated design of arabesques and floral garlands, with removable colorless glass liner, silver ht. 13 7/8; and an unmarked baluster-form pitcher repousse-decorated with fruiting grapevines, monogrammed, ht. 10 5/8 in.; approx. 79.9 total troy oz.
All with usage wear and surface abrasions. Quaker vase with visible seams and several shallow dents to vase and foot, foot bent so that it does not sit flat. Unidentified vase with chips to glass liner, foot bent so that it does not sit flat, and areas of metal fatigue.
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