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Italian Sugar Scuttle As described by Chateau et Jardin Silverplated sugar scuttle and scoop with floral design. Marked "Leonard Italy Silverplated." 119

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Antique Silver Plate Sugar Scuttle, EPBM ca.1900

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Sugar Spoon Hand Stamped Vintage Silverware by BeachHouseLiving, $13.00

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(bacchus face!) Vintage 1886 Reed & Barton Silver Plate Dinner Fork, 'Renaissance', 4 by Le Petit Poulailler,

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Bell salt, 1600–1601 Master T.S. (English, active early 17th century) Silver gilt

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