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Circa 1860, mark of Ball, Black & Co. of New York, NY; seven servers including a pair of parcel gilt shell form spoons, a parcel gilt sugar sifter, a parcel gilt shovel form server with engraving to bowl, a parcel gilt sugar shell, a pair of talon form sugar tongs, and a sauce ladle. No monograms, all but the sauce ladle fit in the purple velvet and satin lined case.
Case 2 x 13.5 x 9 in.
15.55 total troy oz.From the estate of Emily Manning
, born into poverty in Milledgeville, Georgia, who made her way to Duke University and to Lima, Peru, where she met her husband. From Peru to Peoria, Glasgow to Geneva, they lived a wonderful life before settling down in Asheville, NC.
Wear to interior and exterior of case, silver flatware in very good estate condition.
$400 - 600