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Very Fine Gorham Aesthetic Movement BonBon dish, c. 1872

Very Fine Gorham Aesthetic Movement BonBon dish, c. 1872

Coin Silver water pitcher, retailed by New Orleans firm of Hyde and Goodrich and owned by US Senator Chester Ashley of Arkansas, circa mid-1840's (Historic Arkansas Museum)

Coin Silver water pitcher, retailed by New Orleans firm of Hyde and Goodrich and owned by US Senator Chester Ashley of Arkansas, circa mid-1840's (Historic Arkansas Museum)

Antique Silver Tea Set  A decorative 3 piece sterling silver tea set with chased flowers and the teapot having a pretty flower finial. The jug and bowl have the original gilt interior. Teapot and bowl Sheffield 1854, maker Roberts & Slater. Jug London 1849, maker Richard Pierce & George Burrows.  Price 1,575 British pounds

Antique Silver Tea Set A decorative 3 piece sterling silver tea set with chased flowers and the teapot having a pretty flower finial. The jug and bowl have the original gilt interior. Teapot and bowl Sheffield 1854, maker Roberts & Slater. Jug London 1849, maker Richard Pierce & George Burrows. Price 1,575 British pounds

Child's cup antique sterling silver English James Charles Edington London 1857

Child's cup antique sterling silver English James Charles Edington London 1857

An American antique sterling silver pitcher with a hand engraved crest on the side and ornate applied cast claw feet. Ornate chased rim and handle.

An American antique sterling silver pitcher with a hand engraved crest on the side and ornate applied cast claw feet. Ornate chased rim and handle.

Wallace Sterling Silver – (6) Rose Ice Cream Forks, Space 32, inventory 4893, Set of Six $395.00

Wallace Sterling Silver – (6) Rose Ice Cream Forks, Space 32, inventory 4893, Set of Six $395.00

Dutch Water Girl Large Bon Bon Spoon Sterling Silver Shreve 1920

Dutch Water Girl Large Bon Bon Spoon Sterling Silver Shreve 1920

American sterling silver candy or nut spoon in an Acanthus style pattern by George W. Shiebler. c.1890.

American sterling silver candy or nut spoon in an Acanthus style pattern by George W. Shiebler. c.1890.

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