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Silver Cann, Thomas Edwards, Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1740, baluster form with molded foot and curved handle, handle engraved

Silver Cann

Lot:
4
Sold for:
$4,613
Silver Lemon Strainer, possibly Joseph Veazie, Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, shallow circular bowl pierced with concentric circles, molded rim, the shaped flat notched handle with loop

Silver Lemon Strainer

Lot:
5
Sold for:
$2,091
Two Silver Creampots, America, late 18th century, bulbous form with beaded rims, scroll handles, unmarked, ht. to 5 1/2 in., approx. 9.8 troy oz.

Two Silver Creampots

Lot:
10
Sold for:
$277
Silver Pitcher, Ivory Hall, Concord, New Hampshire, early 19th century, baluster form with pouring spout and simple curved handle, the base marked

Silver Pitcher

Lot:
12
Sold for:
$2,706
Silver Bowl, William B. Durgin Company, Concord, New Hampshire, late 19th century, fluted sides with flaring rim on reeded all feet, base marked with Durgin's mark and

Silver Bowl

Lot:
13
Sold for:
$431
Chip-carved Box, Holland, c. 1740, oak with finely carved geometric patterns on all sides, the lid with heavy brass hinges, carved on underside of lid

Chip-carved Box

Lot:
18
Sold for:
$1,968
Jacked Leather Flask, 1744, turned wood spout set into leather body,

Jacked Leather Flask

Lot:
20
Sold for:
$1,107