23 January 2015
PROPERTY FROM THE GAIL-OXFORD COLLECTION TO BENEFIT THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY
A GROUP OF FIVE ENGRAVED STEEL AND BRASS COOKING UTENSILS
PROBABLY PENNSYLVANIA, 19TH CENTURY
comprising two ladles, a pierced ladle, a spatula, and a fork; together with a Federal engraved brass and steel spatula and a pair of steel pipe tongs
Lengths from 14 1/2 in. to 21 3/4 in.
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This lot will be offered not subject to a reserve.
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