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Lot 0049
A GROUP OF FOUR AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SERVING VESSELS, CIRCA 1938-1950, comprising a Gorham Mfg. Co. serving plate with repoussé rope border, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1950, monogrammed "LMT," "GORHAM," (lion) (anchor) "G, STERLING, 414," height: 7/8", diameter: 10"; an Ellmore Silver Co. footed compote with repoussé rope border raised on baluster form stem with spreading cement weighted foot, Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1940-1950, monogrammed "M," "E" (in shield with lion rampant), "STERLING, WEIGHTED, CEMENT REINFORCED, 151-7," height: 6 1/2; a Reed & Barton oval vegetable serving dish with repoussé laurel and berry border, Taunton, Massachusetts, 1938, monogrammed "LMT," (eagle) "R" (lion rampant), "STERLING, X710" (bugle), height: 2", width: 11", depth: 8 3/8"; and a Wm. B. Durgin Co. footed bowl with repoussé laurel and berry band at the lip, raised on spreading foot, Concord, New Hampshire, circa 1940-1950, monogrammed "LMT," "D" (in cartouche under crown), "STERLING, 46," height: 3", diameter: 4 1/4"; total approximate silver weight: 28 troy ounces.


All four pieces in overall good gently used condition with minor surface rubbing and wear commensurate with age and use; minor denting to the foot of the compote.

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Estimate $400 - $600Feb 9, 2019