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Group of Three George Sharp Design Silver
© STAIR AUCTIONS, Hudson, NY, USA

Group of Three George Sharp Design Silver Serving Pieces: Each marked 'Sterling'. Comprising: A spoon with pointed bowl and scalloped edge, marked 'Sterling...

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