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An American Silver Serving Tray

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An American Silver Serving Tray
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Description
An American Silver Serving Tray
Frank M. Whiting and Co., North Attleboro, MA, 20th Century
centered with engraved script monogram 'EMD.'
marked 'Sterling' to underside
16 ozt 3 dwt
Width 12 1/2 inches.  
Property from the Estate of Marily Langill Kroening, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Marily W. Kroening was a nationally recognized appraiser and expert of fine arts with a keen eye and passion for silver. She served on the Milwaukee Art Museum Board and was a president of the museum's 'Collectors Corner'. Her work in the appraisal and fine arts community was evidenced by her membership and presidency of the Wisconsin chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. She served as an adviser to museums, theaters and private collectors. She authored museum catalogues on silver exhibitions for the Milwaukee Art Museum. Her knowledge was called upon as an expert witness in numerous court cases, she also assisted the US customs service in identification cases. Marily was also a member of the University Club, the Women's Club of Wisconsin and the Toastmasters.
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An American Silver Serving Tray

Estimate $300 - $500
Oct 10, 2022
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Starting Price $150
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0311: An American Silver Serving Tray
Sold for $2254 Bids
Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
Dining at Home
Oct 10, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0311 Details
Description
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An American Silver Serving Tray
Frank M. Whiting and Co., North Attleboro, MA, 20th Century
centered with engraved script monogram 'EMD.'
marked 'Sterling' to underside
16 ozt 3 dwt
Width 12 1/2 inches.  
Property from the Estate of Marily Langill Kroening, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Marily W. Kroening was a nationally recognized appraiser and expert of fine arts with a keen eye and passion for silver. She served on the Milwaukee Art Museum Board and was a president of the museum's 'Collectors Corner'. Her work in the appraisal and fine arts community was evidenced by her membership and presidency of the Wisconsin chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. She served as an adviser to museums, theaters and private collectors. She authored museum catalogues on silver exhibitions for the Milwaukee Art Museum. Her knowledge was called upon as an expert witness in numerous court cases, she also assisted the US customs service in identification cases. Marily was also a member of the University Club, the Women's Club of Wisconsin and the Toastmasters.
Condition
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Condition reports are available upon request. All lots are sold "as is," in the condition they are in at the time of the auction. The physical condition of lots can vary due to age, normal wear and tear, previous damage, and restoration. Prospective buyers are strongly advised to inspect a lot personally or through a knowledgeable representative prior to bidding. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Prospective buyers must review and agree to the Conditions of Sale before participating in an auction, and it is the responsibility of the buyer to ensure that they have requested, received and considered any condition report.
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