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10 Antique Assorted Sterling Silver Twisted Scalloped Serving Spoons 184g

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Lot of 10 antique sterling and one 800 silver sugar / tea spoons in a variety of styles and designs including shell bowls, twisted handles, floral motifs and one enameled. Makers include Whiting Mfg Co, Towle Sterling, William B Kerr & Co, Davis & Galt, William B. Durgin, Manchester Mfg Co, and Bruckmann & Sohne. Approx - 5.5” x 1.375” (Length x Width) / Combined Weight - 183.7 g.
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