Lot 55
Property of a Virginia Collector

Group of Thirty-Eight American Silver Flatware Articles
Various Makers, Baltimore and Washington, DC, Late 18th-19th Century
Mostly in the Fiddle pattern, various makers include: R.H.L. Villard, Washington, DC; Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore; Joseph P. Meredith, Baltimore; Robert Keyworth, Washington, DC; Seraphim Masi, Washington, DC and others. Consisting of: a pair of sugar tongs, thirty teaspoons, two soup spoons, three serving spoons, one gravy ladle, and one sugar spoon. Each monogrammed and with various maker's marks. Each with minor surface wear; two teaspoons with a stress break to the bowl where it joins the handle.
Length of largest serving spoon: 10 in (25.4 cm)
Total weight: 31.2 oz

Estimate $800-1,200

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Sold for $600