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06/17/2018 04:51 AM
(7) PIECES OF ASSORTED STERLING SILVER
Age: 80+ years
Size: See Comments
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments: Seven pieces of vintage and antique sterling silver including a 6” melon spoon marked “Moose, Roddi& Hamilton”, HH Pat 1869”, a 7 5/8” unmarked straw spoon with a shell bowl (kink and bend damage to the straw), a 5 3/8” pickle fork marked “Heiroom Sterling, Belle Rose” and an additional hallmarked sterling 4 5/8” three tine hors d'oeuvres folk. Also, two napkin rings including one 1” wide with floral engraving and a monogram “Ralph 84” (Some distortion) and marked “A Stowell & Co, Sterling” inside. The other is 1/2” wide with rolled edges and marked inside with a hallmark of a lion and “Sterling 8629”. It is in very good condition and monogrammed “D.A. Freeman”. Lastly, an elongated spoon in the shape of a leaf with a finger loop which is marked “Sterling” on the back. Beautiful quality but unmarked by the silversmith. We would venture a notion it is politely used to offer someone their pills. Together they weigh 113.3 grams.
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