ASSORTED STERLING SILVER AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 11, comprising two porcelain hinged boxes featuring one English shell-form example with hand-painted decoration and a fake Meissen mark and a German example with transfer-printed decoration, an enameled metal hinged box featuring "-A- Friends -Gift-" to top, a guilloche enameled metal scent/perfume bottle, a gold-filled locket in the form of a pendant watch, an unmarked silver/silver-toned pill box or compact with mirror to interior of lid, an unmarked silver/silver-toned funnel, a sterling silver candle snuffer with plastic handle by Gorham Mfg. Co. of Providence, RI, a small silver toddy ladle with bone handle possibly being unmarked or having worn marks, and two sewing thimbles with one being unmarked and having enameled Dutch-type scene around band and the other by Ketcham & McDougall (KMD) of Roseland, NJ being marked for sterling silver. 19th/20th century, or possibly earlier. Toddy ladle 8 3/8" LOA.
Provenance: From a Charlottesville, VA estate.
Fair to very good overall condition with minor to moderate wear and surface scratches, other minor to moderate imperfections including denting, slight bending, nicks, oxidation, and/or worn spots/losses to decoration; shell-form porcelain box with conjoined hairlines at base; funnel with loss at rim; toddy ladle with cracks to handle.