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10 AMERICAN c1870 STERLING SILVER HONEYSUCKLE SPOONS

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10 AMERICAN c1870 STERLING SILVER HONEYSUCKLE SPOONS
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10 American Sterling Silver c. 1870 Five O'Clock Teaspoons in the Honeysuckle pattern designed by Charles Osbourne for Whiting. Retailed at James Allan of Charleston, SC. Backs Monogrammed "M" . Each 5 1/2". Charles Osborne was a designer of patterns for silver objects, active during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was employed first by the Whiting Manufacturing Company and then by Tiffany & Co. In 1888, he returned to Whiting where he eventually became a company vice president. PROVENANCE: from the estate of Andrew Buist and Sallie Bennett Murray via John Rutherfoord Bennett, Charleston SC. Approximate silver weight 190 grams.
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10 AMERICAN c1870 STERLING SILVER HONEYSUCKLE SPOONS

Estimate $275 - $325
Dec 05, 2021
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0191: 10 AMERICAN c1870 STERLING SILVER HONEYSUCKLE SPOONS

Sold for $260
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Est. $275 - $325Starting Price $5
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Lot 0191 Details

Description
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10 American Sterling Silver c. 1870 Five O'Clock Teaspoons in the Honeysuckle pattern designed by Charles Osbourne for Whiting. Retailed at James Allan of Charleston, SC. Backs Monogrammed "M" . Each 5 1/2". Charles Osborne was a designer of patterns for silver objects, active during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was employed first by the Whiting Manufacturing Company and then by Tiffany & Co. In 1888, he returned to Whiting where he eventually became a company vice president. PROVENANCE: from the estate of Andrew Buist and Sallie Bennett Murray via John Rutherfoord Bennett, Charleston SC. Approximate silver weight 190 grams.
Condition
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good

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