A LARGE GROUP OF SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARES,
the silver comprising a George III chamberstick and snuffer, the first marked London, 1809, the second London, 1813; a George III salt, marks for London, 1827; a Victorian footed goblet, London, 1868, with fitted case; a George V bowl, London, 1923; two George V wine tasters, London, 1923; a French silver-gilt footed cup, marks for Paris, 1819-1838; a French cream jug, Paris, 20th century, retailer's mark for Cosson Corby; an American waiter, Tiffany & Co., New York, 1891-1902; twelve American silver-gilt small trays, marked 'Sterling', retailer's mark for Cartier
Please see the condition report for further information.
The Tiffany salver, the largest, 8½in. (21.6cm.) diameter, 142oz. approximate weight (51)