Includes a monogrammed Art Nouveau Whiting sterling bowl, no. 7000; a Tiffany & Co. sterling leaf form nut dish; an early German silver roemer or wine cup with gold wash - pictorial hallmark to underside, stamp of "N" in a circular cartouche representing Nuremburg, and an unidentified maker's mark? of IC in a scalloped cartouche, possibly 17th century; a possibly silver cigarette case with monogram and handhammered finish, stamped, "LW" to closure; a Leonore Doskow sterling monogram pendant - repurposed from a brooch; a Russian silver kiddush cup - with an assay masters mark of AP over a partial 19th century date, "84", city stamp of Moscow, and maker's mark of M.E3; a Russian silver cordial cup - stamped, "84" with a maker's mark of, "OP"; an Esco sterling repousse kiddush cup; and a rectangular antique Austro-Hungarian pill box with acorn design and gold wash to interior - partial date mark to interior and unidentified maker's mark of, "JB?". Total approx. weight of all items is 16.67 troy oz, excluding the possibly silver cigarette case. From a Queens, NY estate. Dimensions: Whiting bowl measures approx. 8.75" diameter x 1.675" h.