Lot 512    

International Sterling Silver Plates
3/9/2013 - Decorative Arts: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 20th century. Twelve sterling silver bread and butter plates, monogrammed, eight marked International Sterling; dia. 6 in., silver wt. 28.85ozt (897.5g)

Condition:  
Monogrammed.
Sold: $660.00
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