Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Including a fish server, mark of Lewis Ladomus & Co., Philadelphia, active 1845-1878, the blade with scenic harbor design to central cartouche, surrounded by engine turned designs and floral engraved border, without monogram (11 7/8 in.); a pair of shell sugar spoons with mark of James Watts, retailer mark of Bechtel & Eno, Philadelphia, active 1861-1870, with matching script monograms (6 3/3 in.); S. Kirk & Son shell serving spoon, with Mayflower
pattern handle and twist stem, 10.15 assay mark (.896 silver), with script monogram (7 3/4 in.); preserve spoon with mark of Whiting, marked "Coin 1A," without monogram (7 in.); preserve spoon with repoussé bowl, marked "Coin," without monogram (6 3/4 in.).
7.60 total troy oz.From the Collection of the late Zirkle James Estes, Jr., Charlottesville, Virginia
Some scattered scratches, otherwise good estate condition.