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Lot 2287
Second half 20th century, Wallingford, CT, each with maker's marks, further marked ''Sterling'', a partial service in the ''Grande Baroque'' pattern designed by William S. Warren, comprising 5 forks (7.5''), 5 salad forks (6.625''), 1 tablespoon (6.875''), 5 teaspoons (6.125''), 4 round-bowl soup spoons (6.125''), 5 hollow-handled butter spreaders (6.25''), 5 modern hollow-handled knives (9''), 1 solid gravy ladle (6.625''), 1 table/serving spoon (8.75''), 1 pierced table/serving spoon (8.75''), 1 hollow-handled master butter spreader (6.625''), 1 hollow-handled pie server (9.625''), 1 lemon fork (5.625''), 1 bon bon spoon (5.375'') and 2 salt spoons (2.375''), 39 pieces, weighable sterling 43.170 oz troy approximately, est: $600/700
Provenance: Private Collection, West Hills, CA

Condition

Overall good condition, with light scratches and wear commensurate with occasional use. Salt spoons in original plastic. Weight does not include hollow-handled articles or salt spoons. Not monogrammed.

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Partial Wallace sterling silver flatware service

Estimate $600 - $700Sep 24, 2016