9 - 10 February 2010,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 1,062
Estimate USD 700 - USD 900
A GROUP OF SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARES,
the silver comprising a cruet stand and two silver-mounted bottles and a stopper, London, 1813; a pair of candlestands, mark of Gorham, 'Sterling'; a pair of small square dishes, mark of Tiffany & Co., 'Sterling'; a milk jug, marked 'Sterling'; a small circular dish mounted with a hardstone, marked '.925'; the silver plate comprising a cut-glass bowl and stand; two similar cut-glass bowls with silver-plated swing handles; a foot dish with squirrel-form handle; a biscuit barrel with hinged cover; two ducks and a rectangular teacaddy and cover
The cruet stand 8in. (20cm.) long, 30oz. weighable silver (22)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that this lot does not include a rectangular tea caddy and cover.
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