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Sale IT174 Lot 6028

AMERICAN TASTE ASSEMBLED SILVER NINE-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SET AND TRAY including 4 similar 'lighthouse'-form pots with domed covers in the Early American taste, with maker's marks for James Robinson, London, 1969 and retailed by James Robinson, New York; and another made in London, 1978, and maker's mark for Bryan Savage, Ensko New York; and the final pot, marked London 1978 and made by S.J. Phillips; a lobed circular crested lemon dish made by Tuttle Silversmiths for Ensko New York, James Robinson open sugar bowl (after a model dated 1725) and cream jug (after a model dated 1750), each marked 'Reproduction' and with a date under base; and an English silver burner dated 1748, all atop a crested Ensko New York silver rectangular two-handled tea tray, l: 3 in. over handles, 79.05 ozt weighable (9)

Provenance: Estate of Nina Rodale Houghton, wife of the late Arthur A. Houghton,
President of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Carmichael Farm, Queenstown, Maryland
Estimate $2,000-4,000

Sold for $2,750.00

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