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Louis XV French Gold-Plated Bronze Wall Clock, estimated at $21,000-$25,000 at Jasper52.

American, English, and Continental Silver comes to New York May 28

NEW YORK — American, English, and Continental silver ranging from the 18th to the 21st centuries comes to market at Jasper52 on Tuesday, May 28 exclusively at LiveAuctioneers.

The sale is highlighted by this early 18th-century George II silver bread basket, made in London in 1728 by Thomas Farren. With a beautiful scrolling edge upper border and pristine weave-work walls, the 9in diameter piece weighs 73 troy ounces. It carries an estimate of $50,000-$60,000.

Also featured is a 19th-century Louis XV French gold-plated bronze wall clock. Signed Preyat – Paris on the face and stamped S. Marti – Medaille de Bronze, it is estimated at $21,000-$25,000.

The final highlight comes direct from a private chateau in the south of France. This pair of privately commissioned candelabra were crafted by Henin & Cie, are in superb condition, and date to the 1880s. The pair is estimated to bring $14,000-$17,000.