5 - 6 September 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
FOUR AMERICAN SILVER SERVING PIECES,
VARIOUS MAKERS AND DATES,
a Tiffany cake server, mark for 1869-1891 on handle; a Tiffany berry spoon, mark for 1907-1947 on handle; a Gorham pierced serving spoon, monogrammed on reverse of handle, late 19th early 20th century, marked on handle; a Wood & Hughes casserole shell, last quarter 19th century, marked on handle
The cake server 13in. (33cm.) long, 14oz. (4)
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