Lot Details & Additional Photographs
(24) total pieces, those with various monograms include: (4) Wallace Violet
knives (8 7/8 in.); (3) Wallace Violet
tablespoons (8 1/8 in.); Wallace Violet
carving fork (8 1/2 in.); Durgin Hampshire
small chocolate spoon; (4) teaspoons and one sugar spoon in ivy and mask pattern; (2) Wallace Lotus
Pieces without monograms include: Gorham Buttercup
knife (7 3/8 in.); Gorham Buttercup
youth fork and spoon (6 in. fork); Whiting Empire
five o'clock teaspoon (5 3/8 in.); cream ladle with strawberry and scroll pattern, marked "Sterling" without maker's mark; Manchester Mary Warren
cream ladle; a carving fork and knife with mark of A. Michelsen, Copenhagen, marked "Sterling / Denmark" (11 5/8 in. knife).
Also included is a 19th century American coin silver tablespoon with worn maker's mark, with period script monogram.
13.95 total weighable troy oz.By descent of the Everett Rowland Bridgers family, Wilson, North Carolina
Some scattered scratching; denting to coin silver tablespoon bowl; Whiting empire spoon with disposal damage to tip; some edge wear to Wallace knives.