Lot 44    

King's Pattern Sterling Ladles
11/17/2012 - Fall Fine and Decorative Art: Live Salesroom Auction
American. An assembled group of eight sterling ladles in the King's Pattern, all having various silver marks, such as one marked Gorham, two marked J.E. Caldwell & Co and five marked with various other silversmiths; largest lg. 13.5 in., silver wt. 26.43ozt (822g).

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Property of Caswell and Sara Lane
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