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A GROUP OF ENGLISH, DANISH, AND AMERICAN SILVER TABLE WARES,
This lot is offered without reserve. PROPERTY FROM A MANHATTAN LADY
A GROUP OF ENGLISH, DANISH, AND AMERICAN SILVER TABLE WARES,

VARIOUS MAKER'S MARKS, 18TH-20TH CENTURY,

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A GROUP OF ENGLISH, DANISH, AND AMERICAN SILVER TABLE WARES,
VARIOUS MAKER'S MARKS, 18TH-20TH CENTURY,
the English fully marked, comprising two similar pairs of oval salt cellars, London 1792 and 1905; a pair of reticulated baskets, London, 1906; a child's spoon, monogramed, London 1988; and three small salt spoons, variously towns, 20th century; the Danish comprising a Georg Jensen double lipped ladle with berry terminal, and a child's set in the Pyramid pattern (a knife, a fork, a spoon, and a pusher), in a fitted leather case; the American marked 'Sterling', comprising a Tiffany & Co. baby's cup, a wine taster, a shovel-form spoon, and a child's spoon; a Randahl Silver cream jug and oval tray; an International Sterling water pitcher; a set of six Marshal Fields columnar pepper casters; and a set of four pepper casters; together with a set of Italian silver mounted and horn hors devours serving pieces (six knives and a caviar spoon); a silvered metal snuffer; a planished silvered metal spoon; and a silvered metal child's food push)
The oval tray 9 ½in. (24.1cm.) long; 35oz. approximate weighable silver
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