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Smith Metal Arts Co. six-piece desk set, #104

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Smith Metal Arts Co. six-piece desk set, #104
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Description
Smith Metal Arts Co.
six-piece desk set, #104: letter holder, inkwell, rocker blotter, pen tray, perpetual calendar frame and letter opener
Buffalo, New York, circa 1919
sterling silver over bronze
stamped marks (all except blotter and letter opener)
letter holder: 7 1/2"w x 2 1/2"d x 4 1/16"h

Catalog Note:
Following the death of Otto Heintz in 1919, Frederick Smith purchased Heintz Art Metal and renamed the company to Smith Art Metal.
Condition
Excellent overall condition. Some tarnish to the silver but the bronze has its original rich patina. Original calendar inserts are intact, but they have some toning and wear commensurate with age and use. Some old ink residue to the underside of lid and interior of inkwell and on the pen tray. Wear to the tip of letter opener.
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Smith Metal Arts Co. six-piece desk set, #104

Estimate $300 - $500
Jun 08, 2022
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Starting Price $150
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0125: Smith Metal Arts Co. six-piece desk set, #104

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Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
Fine Art + Furniture & Decorative Arts
Jun 08, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0125 Details

Description
...
Smith Metal Arts Co.
six-piece desk set, #104: letter holder, inkwell, rocker blotter, pen tray, perpetual calendar frame and letter opener
Buffalo, New York, circa 1919
sterling silver over bronze
stamped marks (all except blotter and letter opener)
letter holder: 7 1/2"w x 2 1/2"d x 4 1/16"h

Catalog Note:
Following the death of Otto Heintz in 1919, Frederick Smith purchased Heintz Art Metal and renamed the company to Smith Art Metal.
Condition
...
Excellent overall condition. Some tarnish to the silver but the bronze has its original rich patina. Original calendar inserts are intact, but they have some toning and wear commensurate with age and use. Some old ink residue to the underside of lid and interior of inkwell and on the pen tray. Wear to the tip of letter opener.

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