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AN AMERICAN SILVER DINNER SERVICE

MARK OF SHREVE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO, CIRCA 1937

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AN AMERICAN SILVER DINNER SERVICE
MARK OF SHREVE & CO., SAN FRANCISCO, CIRCA 1937
Engraved with a scrolling leaf border and engraved with monogram DDH, comprising:
An oval centerpiece with brass fitting
Four candlesticks, with weighted bases
Twelve dinner plates
Twelve bread plates
Twelve sorbet cups, with assorted glass liners
Twelve demitasse cups and saucers, with Lenox porcelain liners
A three-piece coffee service, comprising a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a cream jug and open sugar bowl
An oval centerpiece, with brass fitting
Four candlesticks, weighted
A water pitcher
An oval platter
A pair of circular platters
A pair of footed dessert stands
A pair of open vegetable dishes
A bread tray
A gravy boat stand
A pair of tazzas, weighted
A silver-mounted porcelain dessert plate, the plate marked Heinrich & Co.
A silver-mounted glass vegetable platter
A circular tray
A circular bowl with paneled sides
A large circular bowl
A circular bowl with glass liner
A set of six salt and pepper casters
The centerpiece bowl 18½ in. long (46.3 cm.); the candlesticks 13¼ in. (33.1 cm.) high; 785 oz. 10 dwt. (24,432 gr.) weighable silver (80)
Special notice

Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.
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Please note that the correct count for this lot is 80 pieces

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Lot Essay

The monogram is that of Diana Dollar Hickingbotham. Diana Dollar married Joseph Hickingbotham in 1937.

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