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Charleston silver spoons, Hayden & Whilden, and Carrington late 19th century coin silver teaspoon, Hayden & Whilden, L6 3/4"; and set of 6 sterling spoons,...


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  • Charleston silver spoons, Hayden & Whilden,
    and Carrington late 19th century coin silver teaspoon, Hayden & Whilden, L6 3/4"; and set of 6 sterling spoons, W. Carrington, L8 3/8". Total 17.4oz troy (7pcs) Provenance: ... [more like this]
  • Southern silver spoon, Hayden & Whilden Charleston,
    South Carolina, circa 1855-63fancy pattern engraved S, marked: Hayden & Whilden, Sterling, HH, Patent 1859.L5", and 0.5oz Good condition with wear to gilding on bowl. Marks ... [more like this]
  • Five Southern coin silver spoons: serving
    spoon, "Hayden & Whilden" (Charleston, working 1855-1863), 9 in.; one retailer "Gregg, Hayden & Co." (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1846-1852), maker probably Gale & ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver spoons forks and ladles
    South Carolina 19th century comprising: Olive pattern spoon James E. Spear (wk. 1846-71) L7'' Olive pattern ladle Gregg Hayden & Co (wk. 1846-52) L7 1/2'' Tipt pattern fork ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver spoons forks and ladles
    South Carolina 19th century comprising: Olive pattern spoon James E. Spear (wk. 1846-71) L7'' Olive pattern ladle Gregg Hayden & Co (wk. 1846-52) L7 1/2'' Tipt pattern fork ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver flatware: six spoons,
    Hayden & Whilden (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1855-1863); 13 pieces, spoon and fork, Hayden Brothers & Co. (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1852 to 1855), ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver flatware Gregg Hayden
    & Co South Carolina (wk. 1846-1852) Tuscan pattern comprising: 6 spoons L6 3/4'' 2 spoons L8 1/4'' 2 teaspoons L5 3/4'' solid silver knife L7 1/2'' master butter L7 1/2'' ... [more like this]
  • Charleston Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
    South Carolina: three Hayden & Whilden forks; three Gregg, Hayden & Co. serving spoons, most with monograms, 11.54 oz.T., (six pieces); detailed list available ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver spoons and forks South
    Carolina 19th century comprising: pair Gregg Hayden & Co spoons engraved James McLaren L8 1/4'' pair Hayden & Whilden forks L6 1/2'' Total 7.3 Troy oz (4pcs) Provenance: Bluffton ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
    19th century, all with marks for Hayden & Whilden (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1855-1863): crumber; three shell-bowl sugar spoons, tablespoon, (five pieces) ... [more like this]
  • John Polhermus Oriental pattern silver flatware
    of Southern interest New York circa 1855; comprising: 2 serving spoons L8 1/4'' 6 spoons L6 3/4'' teaspoon L5 3/4'' fork L6'' gravy ladle L7'' soup ladle L10 1/2'' marked: ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver flatware: Ewan, Carrington,
    Spear, Hayden, Whilden spoons and forks; with six coin hollow handle knives, 25.55 oz. T. excluding hollow handle knives, (21 pieces total). ... [more like this]

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