Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd. -- January 15, 2011 - Estate Treasures Auction - 3:00 P This Estate Treasures Auction features special Silver, Estate Jewelry, and Country Store / Advertising sessions. As always, offerings include paintings, furniture, rugs, works on paper, silver, clocks
a herringbone example, a box chain which suspends a small heart pendant, a rose pendant suspended from a delicate trace link chain, and a small gold curb link chain set with several small gold hearts, the group weighs approximately 7.8 dwt.
Lot 2042. Small Group of Costume and 14KT Jewelry - including a 14KT wristwatch by Hamilton with a costume stretch band, a Mickey Mouse Ingersoll wristwatch, and a rhinestone circle brooch
Lot 2043. Group of Gold Jewelry - Various karats of gold, including a bracelet, a pendant, two pairs of earrings, and four rings, the group weighs approximately 7.65 dwt.
Lot 2044. A 14KT Diamond Wedding Set - set with one round brilliant cut diamond, flanked on either side by a small round diamond, together with a band in a similar style (missing 1 stone), approximately 2.8 dwt.
Silver Listing (to be sold at 6:00 pm):
Lot 1001. Three Baltimore "Repousse" Sterling Serving Items - all by A. Jacobi & Co., the three pieces include a serving spoon (9.5 in.), serving fork (9.5 in.), and long handled pickle / olive server (9 3/8 in.). Each monogrammed "MB" in bright cut engraved script. 7.8 total troy oz.
Lot 1002. Two American Sterling Serving Items - including a Gorham "Chrysanthemum" waffle server with "MB" monogram (7.75 in.) and a Dominick & Haff "Cupid" jelly server with "MB" monogram (7 3/8 in.). 3.85 total troy oz.
Lot 1003. Georgian Silver Cream Jug - London (1796) hallmarks, helmet form on square base, punched and bright cut decoration, monogrammed, partially rubbed sponsor's mark. 5 3/8 in., 2.75 troy oz.
Lot 1004. (2) George III Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs - both circa 1790, each with sponsor's mark and lion rampant. 1.75 total troy oz.
Lot 1005. Assembled Set of (4) Bright Cut Silver Teaspoons - the first with Dublin hallmarks and rubbed sponsor's mark, monogrammed and with crest featuring three ostrich plumes ringed by a small coronet (5.5 in.); the second with London (1803) hallmarks and the sponsor's mark for Peter, Ann, & William Bateman, erased monogram (5 in.); and the last a pair with London (1809) hallmarks and "SH" sponsor's mark (att. Solomon Hougham), each with shell form bowl, no monograms (5.25 in.). 1.8 total troy oz.
Lot 1006. Georgian Silver Table Articles - including an 18th century pear form pepper pot (with repair to foot) (5 in.); an early 18th century snuff spoon (3 in.); a mustard ladle with gilt wash to bowl, London, 1818 date letter (4.5 in.); and five salt spoons. 4.95 total troy oz.
Lot 1007. Collection of Georgian Silver Spoons - (11) spoons including an 18th century feather edge teaspoon, a very fine early Hanoverian pattern spoon, and an 1827 berry spoon. 8.35 total troy oz.
Lot 1008. Pair of Georgian Silver Gilt Serving Spoons - London (1801), no sponsor's mark, each with elaborate engraving. 9 in.; 4.15 total troy oz.
Lot 1009. Pair of English Silver Mustard Pots - both by Richard Comyns, one with 1927 date letter,