13 - 14 December 2007
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF EDITH ALTSCHUL GRAHAM
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF GEORGE II AND AMERICAN SILVER SERVING PIECES,
VARIOUS MAKERS AND DATES,
comprising: a pair of 'Onslow' pattern gravy ladles, London, circa 1760, mark of G.B., marked on body; a marrow spoon, London, 1746, marked on body; a Gorham 'King's' pattern three piece carving set, monogrammed, marked on body, steel blades and prongs; three American silver serving pieces: a serving spoon and fork and a cake slice, monogrammed, marked on body; together with two silvered metal sugar tongs mark of Gorham MFG Co.; together with a silver plated sugar caster with silver cover, indistinct marks
The carving knife 14in. (35.6cm.) long, 17.5oz. weighable silver (17)
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Please note that there are thirteen pieces in this lot.
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