23 January 2009
A SILVER AND MIXED-METAL CREAM JUG AND SUGAR BOWL
MARK OF GEORGE W. SHIEBLER & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1880
Each shaped baluster, with undulating everted rim and gilt interior, the hammered surface engraved as a leaf, the handles formed as looping vines, the body applied with copper beetles, with script monogram engraved on each base; together with another sugar bowl of the same pattern, without monogram or interior gilding; each marked on base
The sugar bowl 3½ in. diameter; 14 oz. gross weight (3)
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