Lot 4036
A Collection of Japanese .950 Fine Silver
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Including a set of six shell form dishes by K. Uyeda presented in the fitted box (3.25 x 3.25 in.); a pair of butter pats by K. Uyeda in fitted box; a set of six shamisen form spoons (4 3/5 in.); a lantern form shaker; a bamboo motif sugar spoon; a Geisha souvenir spoon; a floriform dish by K. Uyeda; a pair of chopsticks, likely Chinese; a pair of pagoda form salt & pepper shakers in original box (3 in.); a pair of boat form shakers; a pair of sandwich tongs; an open salt; a set of four Japonesque silver ice cream spoons; and a set of six sterling silver hors d'oeuvre picks.

14.1 total weighable troy oz.

The Estate of Hope S. Parker, Burlington, NC An avid researcher and collector of fine silver, Hope consulted Replacements LTD and friends about the origins and history of their silver and antiquities.

Very good estate condition.