Lot 3205
Three Pieces of Continental Silver Flatware
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first, an Austrian silver sugar sifter, 19th century, with a .812 lothige mark, scalloped rim and bone handle; the second, a German .800 serving spoon, mark of Bruckmann & Söhne (Heilbronn, circa 1805-1973), gold wash bowl and rocailles decorated handle, monogrammed to underside; and a Russian silver teaspoon, maker's mark of "MET", 84 kokoshnik mark of Ivan Sergeyevich Lebedkin (Moscow, circa 1898-1914), with allover engraved foliate decoration, without a monogram.

Largest 8 1/8 in. (Sugar sifter).

2.15 total weighable troy oz.

Private Collection, Jamestown, North Carolina

Sugar sifter with some denting and minor separating from handle, all other items in good estate condition.