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Fine Silver from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black

Mon Oct 18 - 10:00AM


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  • A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver

    A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver

  • A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver

    A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver

  • A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver

    A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver

  • A Rare Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen

    A Rare Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen

Lot: 1 - A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Covered Serving Dish

A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Covered Serving Dish Copenhagen, Circa 1965 pattern '1101'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 25 ozt 3 dwt gross Height 4 1/4 x width 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 2 - A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot

A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot Copenhagen, Circa 1935 pattern '787'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 18 ozt 6 dwt gross Height 6 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 3 - A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Sauce Boat

A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Sauce Boat Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '43'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 8 ozt 16 dwt Height 4 1/2 x width 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 4 - A Rare Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Teapot

A Rare Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Teapot Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '1011', with ebony handles and finial. marked 'Sterling' on underside 19 ozt 5 dwt gross Width 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 5 - A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Charger

A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Charger Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '587H'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 29 ozt Diameter 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 6 - A Pair of Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Three-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Three-Light Candelabra Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '595'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 133 ozt 18 dwt Height 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth."Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free.Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 7 - A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Bowl

A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Bowl Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '547D'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 21 ozt 12 dwt Height 3 1/2 x diameter 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 8 - A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Covered Bowl

A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Covered Bowl Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '150I'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 13 ozt 14 dwt Height 3 3/4 x diameter 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 9 - A Georg Jensen Silver Lidded Jar

A Georg Jensen Silver Lidded Jar Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '530', with an ebony finial. marked 'Sterling' on underside 37 ozt 5 dwt gross Height 7 1/2 x diameter 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 10 - A Georg Jensen Silver Grape Pattern Pitcher

A Georg Jensen Silver Grape Pattern Pitcher Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century having an ebony handle. marked 'Sterling' and '407A' on underside 34 ozt 11 dwt gross Height 9 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 11 - A Georg Jensen Silver Bowl

A Georg Jensen Silver Bowl Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '782', the rim worked with berry clusters and chased with foliate motifs. marked 'Sterling' on underside 7 ozt 13 dwt Height 3 1/4 x diameter 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Vancouver, B.C., Canada Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 12 - A Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot

A Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century Rosebud pattern. marked 'Sterling' and '235D' on underside 17 ozt 2 dwt gross Height 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 13 - A Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot

A Georg Jensen Silver Coffee Pot Copenhagen, Circa 1925 pattern '32C'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 22 ozt 13 dwt gross Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 14 - A Georg Jensen Silver Teapot

A Georg Jensen Silver Teapot Copenhagen, Circa 1925 pattern '32C', the body with an engraved script monogram 'JAE'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 26 ozt 8 dwt gross Height 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Peregrine Galleries, Montecito, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 15 - A Group of Three Georg Jensen Silver Table Articles

A Group of Three Georg Jensen Silver Table Articles Copenhagen, Circa 1930 and later comprising a pattern '600B' sugar bowl, pattern '658' caster and a pattern '2' salt cellar. each marked 'Sterling' on underside. 8 ozt 6 dwt Diameter of largest 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 16 - A Georg Jensen Silver Creamer and Sugar Set

A Georg Jensen Silver Creamer and Sugar Set Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century Rosebud pattern. marked '235B' and 'Sterling' on underside. 12 ozt Height of sugar 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Walter Drake Silver Exchange, Colorado Springs, Colorado Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 17 - A Georg Jensen Silver Sauce Boat

A Georg Jensen Silver Sauce Boat Copenhagen, Circa 1930 Grape pattern. marked '296' and 'Sterling' on underside 19 ozt 12 dwt Height 7 x width 9 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 18 - A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Wine Coasters and Six Stem Coasters

A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Wine Coasters and Six Stem Coasters Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '394'; 8 items total. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 20 ozt 11 dwt Diameter of larger 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 19 - A Georg Jensen Silver Six Piece Tea and Coffee Service

A Georg Jensen Silver Six Piece Tea and Coffee Service Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '80', comprising a teapot, coffee pot, milk pitcher, two creamers and covered sugar. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 56 ozt 15 dwt gross Height of tallest 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: #80E: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 20 - A Georg Jensen Silver Three-Piece Coffee Service

A Georg Jensen Silver Three-Piece Coffee Service Copenhagen, Circa 1930 pattern '2A', comprising coffee pot, creamer and sugar. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 17 ozt 14 dwt gross Height of coffee pot 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Casa Ana, Santa Fe, New Mexico Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 21 - A Georg Jensen Silver Children's Mug

A Georg Jensen Silver Children's Mug Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '127A' marked 'Sterling' on underside 5 ozt 7 dwt Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 22 - An Allan Scharff for Georg Jensen Silver Bowl

An Allan Scharff for Georg Jensen Silver Bowl Copenhagen, 20th/21st Century pattern '1402'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 14 ozt 2 dwt Height 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Honolulu, HI Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 23 - Two Piet Hein for Georg Jensen Silver Ellipse Eggs

Two Piet Hein for Georg Jensen Silver Ellipse Eggs Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century patterns '1147A' and '1147B' each marked 'Sterling' on interior rim 8 ozt Width of larger 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 24 - Two Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Bonbonnières

Two Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Bonbonnières Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '1121' and '325'. each marked 'Sterling' 6 ozt 14 dwt Width of widest 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 25 - A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Pepper Mill

A Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Silver Pepper Mill Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '1158', with an ebony-mounted top. 11 ozt 2 dwt gross Width 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 26 - A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Acorn Pattern Pepper Mill and Underplate

A Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen Silver Acorn Pattern Pepper Mill and Underplate Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '741A'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 12 ozt 3 dwt gross Width of underplate 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 27 - A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Pepper Mill

A Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen Silver Pepper Mill Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '632'. marked 'Sterling' on base rim 4 ozt 16 dwt gross Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 28 - A Set of Four Georg Jensen Silver Salt Cellars and Spoons

A Set of Four Georg Jensen Silver Salt Cellars and Spoons Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '110', together with a sugar scoop of the same pattern. each marked 'Sterling' 5 ozt 5 dwt Width of cellar 2 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 29 - A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver and Hardstone Cabochon-Inset Pill Boxes

A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver and Hardstone Cabochon-Inset Pill Boxes Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '79D'. each marked '925' on underside 1 ozt 6 dwt gross Diameter 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 30 - Two Georg Jensen Silver Picture Frames

Two Georg Jensen Silver Picture Frames Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century patterns '423' and '425'. each marked 'Sterling' on base of frame 12 ozt 13 dwt gross Height 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 31 - A Georg Jensen Silver Tray

A Georg Jensen Silver Tray Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '519B'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 24 ozt 14 dwt Diameter 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 32 - A Georg Jensen Silver Tray

A Georg Jensen Silver Tray Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '223C'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 24 ozt Width 13 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 33 - A Georg Jensen Silver Tray

A Georg Jensen Silver Tray Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '875'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 57 ozt 15 dwt Width 18 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 34 - A Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Serving Tray

A Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Serving Tray Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century marked 'Sterling' and '2E' on underside 61 ozt 3 dwt Width 22 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 35 - A Large Georg Jensen Silver Acorn Pattern Flatware Service

A Large Georg Jensen Silver Acorn Pattern Flatware Service Copenhagen, 20th Century comprising: 19 dinner knives 12 long-handle dinner knives 16 luncheon knives 12 long-handle luncheon knives 25 dinner forks 24 salad forks 24 luncheon forks 16 pastry forks 12 cocktail forks 15 teaspoons 34 soup spoons 12 cream soup spoons 12 bouillon spoons 23 fruit spoons 13 grapefruit spoons 12

Lot: 36 - A Georg Jensen Silver Ornamental Fish Service

A Georg Jensen Silver Ornamental Fish Service Copenhagen, 20th Century pattern '55', comprising twelve fish forks, twelve fish knives, serving fork and fish slice, together with eight pattern '86' lobster picks; 34 items total. each marked 'Sterling' 19 ozt 8 dwt Length of fish knife 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Casa Danese Georg Jensen, Rome, Italy Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 37 - A Georg Jensen Silver Cold Meat Fork

A Georg Jensen Silver Cold Meat Fork Copenhagen, Circa 1930 pattern '93'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 1 ozt 6 dwt gross Length 8 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 38 - A Georg Jensen Silver and Hardstone Inset Commemorative Spoon

A Georg Jensen Silver and Hardstone Inset Commemorative Spoon Copenhagen, 1979 engraved to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the founding of Georg Jensen Silversmithy. marked for Sterling on underside of handle 1 ozt 10 dwt gross Length 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Nelson & Nelson Antiques Inc., New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 39 - An Oscar Gundlach Pedersen for Georg Jensen Silver and Carnelian Letter Opener

An Oscar Gundlach Pedersen for Georg Jensen Silver and Carnelian Letter Opener Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '202'. marked for Sterling on blade 13 dwt gross Length 4 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 40 - A Georg Jensen Silver Grape Shears

A Georg Jensen Silver Grape Shears Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century pattern '139'. marked '925' on handle 2 ozt 15 dwt Length 5 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 41 - A Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Tea Strainer

A Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Tea Strainer Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century pattern '84'. marked '925' on underside 1 ozt 14 dwt Width 4 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 42 - Eleven Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Flatware Articles

Eleven Georg Jensen Silver Blossom Pattern Flatware Articles Copenhagen, Early 20th Century and Later comprising a pie slice, casserole spoon, relish fork, sugar spoon and six coffee spoons, together with an example with a stainless steel bowl. 11 items total 10 ozt 3 dwt weighable Length of first 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 43 - Two Georg Jensen Ornamental Silver Serving Spoons

Two Georg Jensen Ornamental Silver Serving Spoons Copenhagen, Circa 1920 and later pattern '38', comprising a serving spoon and a pierced example. the pierced example marked '830' with circa 1920 date marks, the serving spoon marked 'Sterling' with second-half 20th century date marks 8 ozt 1 dwt Length of longer 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 44 - A Georg Jensen Silver Two-Piece Salad Serving Set

A Georg Jensen Silver Two-Piece Salad Serving Set Copenhagen, Circa 1920 each marked 'Sterling' on handle, one having a mark for the dates 1910-1925, the other example with a later mark Length of longest 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 45 - A Georg Jensen Silver Mathilde Pattern Two-Piece Salad Serving Set

A Georg Jensen Silver Mathilde Pattern Two-Piece Salad Serving Set Copenhagen, Circa 1930 each marked 'Sterling' on handle Length of longer 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 46 - Five Georg Jensen Silver Spoons

Five Georg Jensen Silver Spoons Copenhagen, 20th Century comprising a coffee spoon, three teaspoons and a dessert spoon. each marked 'Sterling' on underside of handle 5 ozt 11 dwt Length of longest 6 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 47 - A Set of Six Georg Jensen Silver Flat Blossom Pattern Cocktail Forks

A Set of Six Georg Jensen Silver Flat Blossom Pattern Cocktail Forks Copenhagen, Second Half 20th Century together with a sugar nips of the same pattern; seven items total. each marked 'Sterling' and pattern '132' 3 ozt 16 dwt Length 4 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 48 - Seven Georg Jensen Silver Lily of the Valley Flatware Articles

Seven Georg Jensen Silver Lily of the Valley Flatware Articles Copenhagen, Early 20th Century and Later comprising a large serving fork, serving spoon, vegetable spoon, sauce ladle, large jam spoon, butter knife and can opener. each item marked for Sterling 17 ozt 14 dwt Length of longest 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 49 - Nine Georg Jensen Silver Flatware Serving Articles

Nine Georg Jensen Silver Flatware Serving Articles Copenhagen, Early 20th Century and Later each having a pea blossom decorated handle, comprising a pair of pierced sugar spoons, a pair of sugar spoons, a pair of jam spoons, cold meat fork, preserve spoon and a jelly scoop. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 10 ozt 18 dwt Length of longest 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 50 - Ten Georg Jensen Silver Flatware Articles

Ten Georg Jensen Silver Flatware Articles Copenhagen, Circa 1930 and Later comprising two Pyramid butter spreaders and serving fork, a Flat Blossom sugar spoon, cake knife and letter opener, a Parallel dinner fork and soup spoon, a cocktail swizzle with a dolphin-form finial and a pattern '159' salad fork. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 8 ozt 12 dwt weighable Length of longest 10 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Parallel: Koshare Trading Company, Wheeler, TX Cake Knife: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 51 - Three Georg Jensen Silver Continental Pattern Serving Articles

Three Georg Jensen Silver Continental Pattern Serving Articles Copenhagen, Early 20th Century and Later comprising asparagus tongs, relish fork and sugar spoon. each marked 'Sterling' 10 ozt 8 dwt Length of longest 6 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 52 - Eleven Georg Jensen Silver Beaded Pattern Flatware Articles

Eleven Georg Jensen Silver Beaded Pattern Flatware Articles Copenhagen, 20th Century comprising a set of eight coffee spoons, sugar spoon, sugar tongs and a jam spoon. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 6 ozt 5 dwt Length of longest 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jam Spoon: Georg Jensen, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 53 - A George I Britannia Silver Coffee Pot

A George I Britannia Silver Coffee Pot Nathaniel Lock, London, 1716 hallmarked with Britannia standard on side of body and lid socket 28 ozt 1 dwt gross Height 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Paul Bennett Antique and Modern Silver and Sheffield Plate, London, England Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 54 - A George II Silver Beaker

A George II Silver Beaker John Langlands I, Newcastle, 1747 of tapering cylindrical form with a twist fluted decorated body. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 10 ozt 16 dwt Height 7 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 55 - A Large George II Silver Salver

A Large George II Silver Salver John Tuite, London, 1738 of circular form the rim with alternating foliate scrolls and rocaille motifs at intervals, the field centered with a vacant cartouche and raised on four paw feet. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 120 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 20 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Susan Tarman Antiques & Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 56 - A George II Silver Teapot

A George II Silver Teapot Fuller White, London, 1753 of globular form and raised on a stepped circular foot. hallmarked for 'Sterling' on underside 14 ozt 16 dwt gross Height 5 1/2 x width 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 57 - A Pair of George II Silver Taper Sticks

A Pair of George II Silver Taper Sticks Wm. Cafe, London, 1758 each hallmarked for Sterling on underside 9 ozt 8 dwt Height 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Putnam Valley, NY at the Winter Antiques Show, New York, NY, 1997. Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 58 - A Pair of George II Silver Salvers

A Pair of George II Silver Salvers Richard Rugg, London, 1755 each centered with an engraved shield crest within a foliate cartouche and raised on three pad feet. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 16 ozt 5 dwt Diameter 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 59 - A George II/III Silver Salver

A George II/III Silver Salver William Cripps, London, 1760 the open work border with foliate swag banding between urn and mask motifs at intervals and centered with an engraved crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 16 ozt 19 dwt Diameter 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Eron Johnson Antiques, Denver, Colorado Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 60 - A George II/III Silver Coffee Pot

A George II/III Silver Coffee Pot Thos. Whipham & Chas. Wright, London, 1760 of baluster form, the domed lid and body decorated with repousse floral decoration, the body with an engraved crest of a phoenix and raised on a stepped circular base. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 34 ozt 15 dwt Height 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Paul Bennett, London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 61 - Two George III Silver Waiters

Two George III Silver Waiters Ebenezer Coker, London, 1760 and 1772 each hallmarked for Sterling on underside 16 ozt 19 dwt Diameter of larger 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Eron Johnson Antiques Ltd., Denver, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 62 - A George III Silvered Covered Jar

A George III Silvered Covered Jar Wm. Grundy, London, 1762 the lid and body worked with repousse floral sprays and C-scroll motifs. hallmarked for Sterling on underside of lid and body 19 ozt 18 dwt Height 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 63 - A George III Silver Creamer

A George III Silver Creamer Unknown maker (Maker's mark 'IS & AN'), London, 1766 the body decorated with repousse floral, fruit and animal motifs and raised on fluted pad feet. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 3 ozt Height 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 64 - A George III Silver Creamer

A George III Silver Creamer W. & J. Priest, London, 1768 of baluster form the with a gadroon decorated neck, the base with twist fluting, the body with a cartouche engraved with a castle crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 6 ozt 3 dwt Height 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 65 - A George III Silver Cup and Cover

A George III Silver Cup and Cover John Parker & Edward Wakelin, London, 1770 the body worked with an engraved shield crest and motto and raised on a square base. hallmarked for Sterling on side of body and on lid interior rim 48 ozt 13 dwt Height 14 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: A.F. Grunwald Antiques, St. Charles, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 66 - A George III Silver Warwick Vase Teapot

A George III Silver Warwick Vase Teapot Robert Hennell, London, 1779 hallmarked for Sterling on underside 35 ozt 19 dwt gross Height 6 x width 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Donald Stuart Antiques, Winnetka, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 67 - A George III Silver Covered Dish

A George III Silver Covered Dish Henry Tudor & Thos. Leaders, Sheffield, 1781 the lid and field of dish engraved with an Earl's coronet, surmount the motto 'Toujours Prest' and the crest of an arm embowed in pale holding a broken spear. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 32 ozt gross Width 13 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 68 - A George III Silver Wick Shears and Associated Tray

A George III Silver Wick Shears and Associated Tray Ebenezer Coker, London, 1764 and John Baker II London, 1773 the tray marked for Coker, the shears marked for Baker II, each hallmarked for Sterling 13 ozt 6 dwt Width of tray 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 69 - A George III Silver Wax Jack

A George III Silver Wax Jack John Tweedie, London, 1794 hallmarked for Sterling on underside of dish and on snuffer 4 ozt 17 dwt Height 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 70 - A George III Silver Chalice

A George III Silver Chalice Maker's mark obscured, London, 1782 the body worked with repousse floral sprays and foliate scrolls. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 6 ozt 14 dwt Height 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 71 - A George III Silver Serving Tray

A George III Silver Serving Tray James Young, London, 1787 of twin-handle oval form, the undulating gadroon rim with rocaille and foliate decoration at intervals, the boarder and center of field with coronet and crest for the Viscount Powerscourt. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 145 ozt 6 dwt Width 28 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 72 - A George III Silver Water Kettle on Stand

A George III Silver Water Kettle on Stand Robert Sharp, London, 1791 hallmarked for Sterling throughout 69 ozt 4 dwt gross Height 16 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Hastings House, Essex, Connecticut Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth."Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free.Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 73 - A George III Silver Covered Sauce Pot

A George III Silver Covered Sauce Pot Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1796 the lid worked with an engraved crest. hallmarked for Sterling on side of body 27 ozt gross Height 6 x width 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 74 - A George III Silver Dish Cross

A George III Silver Dish Cross William Abdy II, London, 1801 together with a silver bowl marked HM, London, 1774. each hallmarked for Sterling 13 ozt 14 dwt Width 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: likely Orinda Silver Exchange, Orinda, California Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 75 - A George III Silver Dish Cross

A George III Silver Dish Cross James White, London, 1816 hallmarked for Sterling on underside of burner screen 17 ozt 6 dwt Width 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Orinda Silver Exchange, Orinda, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 76 - A George III Silver Telescopic Toasting Fork

A George III Silver Telescopic Toasting Fork Maker's mark obscured, London, 1801 together with an unmarked horn-mounted example. hallmarked for Sterling throughout 4 ozt 5 dwt Length 27 1/2 inches (extended). Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Snellenburg Timepieces & Decorative Arts, New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 77 - A George III Silver Meat Skewer

A George III Silver Meat Skewer John Robertson I & David Darling, Newcastle, Circa 1795 of typical form, one side with an engraved stag's head crest near eyelet. hallmarked for Sterling near eyelet 3 ozt 8 dwt Length 13 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 78 - A George III Silver Cake Basket

A George III Silver Cake Basket John Emes, London, Circa 1820 hallmarked for Sterling on underside of rim 22 ozt 4 dwt Width 13 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 79 - A George III Silver Waiter

A George III Silver Waiter Joseph Angell I, London, 1820 hallmarked for Sterling on underside 10 ozt 16 dwt Width 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 80 - A George III Silver Cloche

A George III Silver Cloche William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London, 1810 having a serpent-form handle surmounting the domed lid with a gadroon banded base of dome. hallmarked for sterling on base collar 36 ozt Height 6 1/4 x diameter 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Things Finer, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 81 - A Paul Storr George III Silver Cloche

A Paul Storr George III Silver Cloche London, 1813 the handle with lion mask decoration surmounting a lobed dome engraved with a coat of arms the base with rocaille and acanthus banded decorated base. marked for Sterling on underside of lid 69 ozt 18 dwt Height 7 3/4 x width 14 3/4 x depth 11 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 82 - A Paul Storr George III Silver Chamberstick

A Paul Storr George III Silver Chamberstick London, 1815 the candle cup with a basket-weave decorated body, the drop pan with a engraved shield crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 14 ozt 4 dwt Width 6 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: William Walter Antiques, Ltd., London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 83 - A Pair of Paul Storr George III Silver Covered Sauce Tureens

A Pair of Paul Storr George III Silver Covered Sauce Tureens London, 1817 having a tree and stag finial surmounting a stepped domed lid with fluting banding, the body with an engraved shield crest and twin handles with lion's mas decoration and raised on a stepped oval foot. hallmarked for Sterling on underside of lid and side of body 73 ozt 15 dwt Height 7 x width 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Eron Johnson Antiques Ltd., Denver, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 84 - A Storr & Mortimer William IV Silver Burner Stand

A Storr & Mortimer William IV Silver Burner Stand London, 1834 the lobed top with alternating vacant and floral decorated panels, the sides with openwork acanthus motifs. hallmarked for Sterling and stamped 'Storr & Mortimer" 14 ozt 8 dwt Width 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Koopman Rare Art Ltd., London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 85 - A Set of Four Paul Storr George IV Silver Dessert Forks

A Set of Four Paul Storr George IV Silver Dessert Forks London, 1822 the handles decorated with classical figures and motifs, the underside with an engraved crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 8 ozt 15 dwt Length 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 86 - An Irish George III Silver Marrow Scoop

An Irish George III Silver Marrow Scoop Joseph Cullen, Dublin, Circa 1765 of typical form, the underside of the larger bowl with an engraved thistle crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 2 ozt 2 dwt Length 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 87 - An Irish George III Silver Sugar Basket

An Irish George III Silver Sugar Basket Jos. Jackson, Dublin, 1790 the oval bowl having a reeded rim, the body worked with repousse floral swags and raised on a conforming foot. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 14 ozt 8 dwt Width 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 88 - An Irish George III Silver Salver

An Irish George III Silver Salver Matthew West, Dublin, 1794 the undulating gadroon rim with rocaille decoration at intervals, the field centered with an engraved monogram and crest, raised on three scroll feet. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 8 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Lewis Bobrick Antiques, Denver, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 89 - A Pair of Irish George IV Silver Tazze

A Pair of Irish George IV Silver Tazze Wm. Nelson, Dublin, 1828 the rims decorated with cherub masks at intervals, the dish centered by a stippled crest. hallmarked for Sterling on underside of rim 57 ozt 4 dwt Height 6 x width 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 90 - An Irish Victorian Silver Christening Spoon

An Irish Victorian Silver Christening Spoon Charles Lamb, Dublin, 1901 the bowl with an engraved inscription. hallmarked for Sterling on underside of bowl 4 ozt 12 dwt Length 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 91 - A Group of Four Irish Silver Table Articles

A Group of Four Irish Silver Table Articles Various makers, Dublin, 1967 comprising a dish, tazza, sugar bowl and a glass lined mustard pot, each with a fitted case. each hallmarked for Sterling 39 ozt 1 dwt Width of largest 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 92 - Three English Silver Chambersticks

Three English Silver Chambersticks William Fearn, London, 1790, M. Boulton & Plate Co., Birmingham, 1827 comprising a George III pair by William Fearn and a George IV example by Boulton. each hallmarked for Sterling on underside 27 ozt 19 dwt Width of larger 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: William Walter Antiques, Ltd., London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 93 - A George III/IV Silver Cloche

A George III/IV Silver Cloche Phillip Rundell, London, 1820 the finial in the form of a lion rampant holding an armorial shield surmounting the lobed dome body engraved with twice with a coat of arms of the Hicks baronetage. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 29 ozt 1 dwt Height 5 1/4 x width 9 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 94 - A George III/IV Silver Four-Piece Tea Service

A George III/IV Silver Four-Piece Tea Service Benjamin Smith, London, 1818 and 1821 comprising a water kettle on stand, teapot, creamer and sugar, the items engraved with the coat of arms of Sir Astley Cooper 1st Bart. each example with rosette banded decoration on body. each hallmarked for Sterling, the teapot, creamer and sugar date marked for 1821, kettle date marked for 1818 106 ozt 3 dwt gross Height of kettle on stand 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Paul Bennett, London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 95 - A George IV Silver Argyle

A George IV Silver Argyle John & Archibald Douglas, London, 1825 of cylindrical form, the lid decorated with an engraved crest within a garter border engraved 'Debonair'. marked for Sterling on underside of lid and body's lid rim 10 ozt gross Height 4 x width 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 96 - A Pair of George IV Silver Salvers

A Pair of George IV Silver Salvers Edward Barton, London, 1825 each centered with an engraved shield crest and motto. hallmarked for Sterling on edge of field 51 ozt 14 dwt Diameter 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 97 - A George IV Silver Covered Saucepot

A George IV Silver Covered Saucepot Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London, 1828 with a turned wood handle. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 23 ozt 11 dwt gross Height 7 3/4 x width 11 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 98 - A George IV Silver-Gilt Commemorative Medallion

A George IV Silver-Gilt Commemorative Medallion Edward Barton, London, 1825 the obverse with raised fruit and floral motifs surrounding an engraved bull, the reverse centered with an engraved bull surrounded with the later inscription 'Steynning Old Christmas Fat Stock Show-1902'. hallmarked for Sterling on obverse edge 5 ozt 10 dwt Diameter 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 99 - A William IV Silver-Gilt Mazarine

A William IV Silver-Gilt Mazarine William Bateman II, London, 1835 of oval form, the pierce work centered by an engraved coat of arms of a baronet surmounting the twin mottos 'Malgre le Tort' and 'Audaces Fortuna Juvat'. hallmarked for 'Sterling' on underside 48 ozt 1 dwt Width 19 5/8 inches x depth 15 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 100 - A William IV Silver Serving Tray

A William IV Silver Serving Tray William Bateman II, London, 1833 of oval form with an undulating gadroon border with rocaille and acanthus motifs at intervals, the edge of field with an engraved crest and motto. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 56 ozt 14 dwt Width 17 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: S.J. Shrubsole Corp., New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 101 - A William IV Silver Mounted Officer's Flap Pouch

A William IV Silver Mounted Officer's Flap Pouch Sebastian Crespell II, London, Circa 1835 the silver cover with the applied insignia of King William IV, the cover opening to a leather lined compartment marked for Webb & Son, London. hallmarked for Sterling on reverse of plaque Width 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 102 - An Important Victorian Silver Presentation Covered Serving Dish of British Railroad Interest

An Important Victorian Silver Presentation Covered Serving Dish of British Railroad Interest Benjamin Smith, London, 1839 the finial in the form of an arm gripping a roll of parchment surmounting a lobed dome with an applied plaque reading "Presented to Rob.t Stephenson Esq. Civil Engineer by a numerous body of friends in testimony of their admiration of his talents and esteem for the integrity

Lot: 103 - A Victorian Silver Salver

A Victorian Silver Salver George John Richards, London, 1847 the field chased with Chinoiserie decoration. hallmarked for Sterling on underside of border 54 ozt 15 dwt Diameter 15 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 104 - A Victorian Silver and Cut Glass Mounted Standish

A Victorian Silver and Cut Glass Mounted Standish Edward, Edward Jr., John & William Barnard, London, 1841 having two cut glass inkwells with silver lids flanking a lidded stamp box with a candle cup finial. hallmarked for Sterling throughout 57 ozt 7 dwt weighable Width 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 105 - A Victorian Silver Mirrored Table Plateau

A Victorian Silver Mirrored Table Plateau Richard Sibley, London, 1848 marked for Sterling on side of body and on underside of feet. Diameter 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Koopman Rare Art Ltd., London Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 106 - A Monumental Pair of Victorian Silver Four Light Candelabra

A Monumental Pair of Victorian Silver Four Light Candelabra Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London, 1853 hallmarked for Sterling throughout 413 ozt 4 dwt Height 31 3/4 x width 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Gorevic & Gorevic, New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 107 - A Large Victorian Silver Chalice of Australian Interest

A Large Victorian Silver Chalice of Australian Interest Frederick Elkington, London, 1884 the bowl decorated with a repousse depictions of Australian fauna and livestock and raised on a knopped stem with a trumpet base. hallmarked for Sterling on side of bowl 13 ozt 19 dwt Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 108 - A Victorian Silver Covered Butter Dish

A Victorian Silver Covered Butter Dish James Dixon & Sons, Birmingham, 1887 the interior with a removable liner hallmarked for Sterling on body 21 ozt 7 dwt Height 6 x width 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 109 - A Pair of Victorian Silver Commemorative Casters

A Pair of Victorian Silver Commemorative Casters James Garrard, London, 1897 commemorating Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, the bodies with an applied shield for the Worshipful Company of Salters. hallmarked for Sterling on base rim 12 ozt Height 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 110 - A Victorian Silver and Ebony Scimitar-Form Page Turner

A Victorian Silver and Ebony Scimitar-Form Page Turner Rosenthal, Jacob & Co., London, 1889 hallmarked for Sterling on handle Length 17 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 111 - Two Victorian Silver Bachelor's Coffee Pots

Two Victorian Silver Bachelor's Coffee Pots William Hutton & Sons, London, 1899 together with a similar example marked for Sheffield, 1901. each hallmarked for Sterling on side of body 31 ozt 4 dwt gross Height 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 112 - A Scottish Victorian Silver and Agate Mounted Dessert Flatware Service

A Scottish Victorian Silver and Agate Mounted Dessert Flatware Service Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh, 1876 and others comprising eight knives and eight forks and a fitted wood case, together with an associated set of six knives; 22 items total. hallmarked for Sterling on blades of knives and undersides of fork Length of average knife 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 113 - An Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Tankard

An Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Tankard Hamilton & Co., Calcutta, Circa 1850 having a horse finial surmounting a domed lid, the tapering body with reed banded decoration surrounding an engraving reading 'To J. Pocock one his thirty-first birthday from his attached M.A.B.1850'. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 19 ozt 10 dwt Height 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 114 - An Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Brandy Warmer

An Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Brandy Warmer Pittar & Co., Calcutta, Mid 19th Century together with a pair of Southeast Asian mugs. each hallmarked for Sterling 18 ozt 11 dwt gross Height 5 x width 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 115 - Two Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Articles

Two Indian Colonial Victorian Silver Articles Hamilton & Co., Calcutta, 19th Century comprising a covered sauce warmer and a cann. hallmarked for Sterling on underside 24 ozt gross Height of taller 6 x width 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 116 - Twelve Victorian Silver Forks

Twelve Victorian Silver Forks Various Makers, London, 19th Century comprising 5 examples by Henry & Henry John Lias, London, 1866; 4 examples by George William Adams, London, 1852 and 3 examples by George William Adams, London, 1863. 46 ozt 17 dwt Length 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Britannia, Chesterfield, MO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 117 - Eighteen George III/IV Silver Forks

Eighteen George III/IV Silver Forks Various Makers, London, 18th/19th Century Fiddle, Shell and Thread pattern, comprising 12 examples by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1782 and 6 examples by Morris & Michael Emanuel, London, 1825. each marked for Sterling on handle 58 ozt 6 dwt Length 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 118 - A Pair of Edwardian Silver Jardinieres

A Pair of Edwardian Silver Jardinieres Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1903 hallmarked for Sterling on shoulder 50 ozt 7 dwt Height 7 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 119 - An Edwardian Silver Dish Ring

An Edwardian Silver Dish Ring George Fox, London, 1901 the openwork border decorated with figures of soldiers among floral and foliate motifs. hallmarked for Sterling on border 12 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 120 - An Edwardian Silver Dresser Mirror

An Edwardian Silver Dresser Mirror William Comyns & Co., London, 1902 the frame decorated with repousse floral, foliate and bird decoration, the top of the frame centered with a cartouche engraved with the name 'Georgette' and supported by putti. hallmarked for Sterling on bottom panel Height 24 1/2 x width 17 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 121 - An Edwardian Silver Serving Dish

An Edwardian Silver Serving Dish Maker's mark 'JA [over] JM', Sheffield, 1904 the interior fitted with a tripartite liner. hallmarked for Sterling on base, lid and liner 78 ozt 12 dwt gross Height 5 1/2 x width 16 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 122 - A Contemporary English Silver and Parcel Gilt Bowl

A Contemporary English Silver and Parcel Gilt Bowl Kim Harrell, London, 2000 having a gilt interior, the exterior with flame gilded decoration, together with a salt spoon by the same maker. hallmarked for Sterling on exterior 1 ozt 10 dwt Height 1 3/8 x diameter 2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Fortnum & Mason Plc., London, Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 123 - Three Georgian Silver Nutmeg Graters

Three Georgian Silver Nutmeg Graters Various makers, Circa 1800 comprising two ovoid form and one oval box example. each hallmarked for Sterling 2 ozt 14 dwt gross Width of largest 1 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 124 - Four Silver Baby Rattles

Four Silver Baby Rattles English/American, 19th Century together with a silver whistle. each with rubbed maker and assay marks 6 ozt 13 dwt gross Length of longest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 125 - Four Georgian and American Silver Canisters

Four Georgian and American Silver Canisters Various makers, 19th Century comprising a George III bougie box marked for Thos. Phipps & E. Robinson, London, 1806, a George IV canister marked for Mary Ann & Charles Reily, London, 1826 an S. Kirk & Son coin silver barrel-form canister and a French canister marked for Gustave Keller, Paris. English examples hallmarked for 'Sterling', Kirk example marked '11 oz.', French example marked with '950' standard 9 ozt 5 dwt Height of tallest 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 126 - Six English Silver Table Articles

Six English Silver Table Articles Various makers, Late 18th Century and Later comprising a George III chamberstick, George IV sugar tongs, Victorian bachelor's teapot, dish and an Elizabeth II silver teapot, tea strainer and bowl. each hallmarked for Sterling 45 ozt 7 dwt Height of tallest 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 127 - Three English Silver Table Articles

Three English Silver Table Articles Various makers, 18th Century and Later comprising a George III silver warming stand, a George III silver lamp stand and a 20th Century silver bachelor's coffee pot. each hallmarked for Sterling 28 ozt 11 dwt Width of first 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Casa Ana, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 128 - Four English Silver Desk Articles

Four English Silver Desk Articles Various Makers, 19th Century comprising a silver-mounted green glass ink well, pen case, tripartite table casket and a snuff box. each hallmarked for Sterling 13 ozt 19 dwt weighable Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 129 - A Set of Eleven English Silver Sandwich Tags

A Set of Eleven English Silver Sandwich Tags Adolph Scott Ltd., Birmingham, Circa 1935 with interchangeable tags identifying various ingredients. each hallmarked for Sterling on stem Height 3 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 130 - A Large Collection of English Silver Flatware Articles

A Large Collection of English Silver Flatware Articles 18th Century and Later comprising a George II Onslow pattern sauce spoon marked for London, 1752, a George III fish server and berry spoon marked for William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1800, a set of six George III dessert spoons marked for William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1782, a George III sauce ladle marked for William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1806, a George III berry spoon marked for William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London, 1810, pair of George III casserole servers marked for Richard Crossley & Geo. Smith, London, 1809, a George III cheese-scoop marked for William & Samuel Knight, London, 1814, an Irish George III ladle marked 'IK', Dublin, 1777, five George III condiment spoons of various makers and dates and twenty-seven other examples of later dates, together with an American silver fish slice, 48 items total. hallmarked for Sterling 94 ozt 10 dwt weighable Length of longest 13 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 131 - An American Silver Covered Sugar Urn

An American Silver Covered Sugar Urn Thomas Underhill & John Vernon, New York, NY, Circa 1785 having an acorn finial surmounting a domed lid, the body of conical form with a trumpet base and beaded rims, the body with an engraved script monogram 'JMS'. marked 'T.U' and 'I.V' under lip rim of body 10 ozt 6 dwt Height 7 1/2 x width 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Sotheby's New York, Property from the New York Historical Society, Sale 6661, Lot 206, January 29, 1995 Acquired by the New York Historical Society in 1978 and with accession numbers 1978.030a/b. Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 132 - An American Silver Snuff Box

An American Silver Snuff Box William Seal, Philadelphia, PA, Circa 1815 of oval form, the lid with the engraved foliate decorated script monogram 'JM', the underside engraved 'John Morton/ No. 116 South Front St/ Philad'/ 1816'. marked on underside 2 ozt 6 dwt Width 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 133 - An American Silver Miniature Funnel of U.S. Naval Interest

An American Silver Miniature Funnel of U.S. Naval Interest Mediterranean Squadron, 1825 the body engraved 'Made on Board the U.S.F. Constitution/ Com'd Thos. McDonaugh Comd./ Smyrna, Augt 21st 1825/ C.L. Lord'. apparently unmarked 12 dwt Height 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Note: The log books and journals of sailors from this voyage confirm that the Constitution was docked at Smyrna in Turkey starting on August 19th, 1825. Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 134 - An American Silver Rowing Trophy

An American Silver Rowing Trophy William Forbes for Ball, Tompkins & Black, New York, NY, Circa 1840 the body decorated with a scene of a rowing regatta and a vacant cartouche flanked by foliate motifs and raised on a tripartite dolphin-form base. marked 'FORBES' on underside 35 ozt 5 dwt Height 11 1/8 inches x width 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Pierre Famille, Aspen, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 135 - An American Silver Presentation Chalice

An American Silver Presentation Chalice William Forbes for Ball, Thompson & Black, New York, NY, Circa 1855 the cup engraved 'Georgian Bay/Lake Huron, June 22nd, 1855/Presented to/ Benjamin Wilkins Esq./ Commander of the Steamer Queen City/by the cabin passengers/a tribute to his vigilance and skill as an/officer/and his kindness as urbanity as a/Gentleman'. marked 'FORBES' on underside of stem 8 ozt 12 dwt Height 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 136 - An American Aesthetic Movement Silver Chalice

An American Aesthetic Movement Silver Chalice Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1872 marked 'Sterling' on underside 7 ozt Height 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 137 - An American Silver Tureen

An American Silver Tureen Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, 1880 with repousse floral decoration throughout and raised on four volute feet. marked '925' on underside 63 ozt 2 dwt Height 8 3/4 x width 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 138 - A Gorham Athenic Silver Four Piece Tea Service

A Gorham Athenic Silver Four Piece Tea Service Providence, RI, Circa 1903 pattern 'A2972', comprising a water kettle on stand, creamer, sugar and a serving tray. each marked 'Sterling' and 'Athenic' on underside 105 ozt 5 dwt gross Width of tray 19 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 139 - An American Silver Six Piece Tea and Coffee Service

An American Silver Six Piece Tea and Coffee Service George Sharp for Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, PA, Mid 19th Century comprising water kettle, teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar and waste bowl each with an engraved monogram to the body, the lidded items topped with a chinoiserie figure. marked for Sterling on underside 207 ozt 13 dwt Height of tallest 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 140 - An American Coin Silver Pitcher

An American Coin Silver Pitcher Lincoln & Foss, Boston, MA, Circa 1850 the body decorated with repousse oak leaves and acorns. marked 'Pure Coin' on underside 42 ozt 9 dwt Height 14 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 141 - An American Coin Silver Beaker

An American Coin Silver Beaker Bigelow Bros. & Kennard, Boston, MA, Mid 19th Century having an out-turned beaded rim, the body worked with bright cut grape leaf and cluster motifs surrounding an engraved monogram and the date 'Dec. 25, 1858', the underside of the foot engraved 'from her father'. marked 'Coin' on underside 6 ozt 11 dwt Height 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 142 - An American Coin Silver Beaker

An American Coin Silver Beaker Maker's mark obscured, 19th Century decorated with repousse follies in a garden setting surrounded by floral sprays and having an engraved cartouche reading 'Ann M. Hack by AR'. marked on underside 3 ozt 18 dwt Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 143 - A Samuel Kirk Coin Silver Porringer

A Samuel Kirk Coin Silver Porringer Baltimore, MD, Circa 1830 the body worked with repousse floral and foliate sprays with an openwork handle, the center of bowl with an presentation inscription. stamped 'Saml Kirk' and '10.15' on underside 6 ozt 8 dwt Width 7 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 144 - An S. Kirk & Son Silver 'Castle' Pitcher

An S. Kirk & Son Silver 'Castle' Pitcher Baltimore, MD, Second Half 19th Century marked '11 oz.' on underside 13 ozt 16 dwt Height 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 145 - A Rare S. Kirk & Son Silver Vase

A Rare S. Kirk & Son Silver Vase Baltimore, MD, Circa 1900 the body worked with repousse decoration showing Sully Plantation, Fairfax County, VA. marked '925/1000' on underside 46 ozt 18 dwt Height 10 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 146 - An S. Kirk & Son Silver Covered Box

An S. Kirk & Son Silver Covered Box Baltimore, MD, Circa 1908 the lid worked to show a large craftsman style house. marked '925/1000' with pattern '1866' on underside 8 ozt 9 dwt Diameter 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 147 - A S. Kirk & Son 'Castle' Pattern Water Pitcher

A S. Kirk & Son 'Castle' Pattern Water Pitcher Baltimore, MD, Late 19th/Early 20th Century marked '925/1000' and 'Sterling' on underside 23 ozt 1 dwt Height 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 148 - An S. Kirk & Son 'Castle' Pattern Sugar Bowl

An S. Kirk & Son 'Castle' Pattern Sugar Bowl Baltimore, MD, Late 19th/Early 20th Century marked '925/1000' on underside 10 ozt 16 dwt Height 4 1/2 x width 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 149 - An S. Kirk & Son Repousse Silver Serving Dish

An S. Kirk & Son Repousse Silver Serving Dish S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, First Half 20th Century of oval form, the field centered with an engraved monogram. marked 'Sterling' on underside 36 ozt 13 dwt Width 17 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 150 - An S. Kirk & Son Repousse Silver Serving Tray

An S. Kirk & Son Repousse Silver Serving Tray Baltimore, MD, First Half 20th Century of oval form, the field centered by an engraved monogram. marked 'Sterling on underside 73 ozt 18 dwt Width 21 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 151 - A Pair of American Silver-Gilt Tazze

A Pair of American Silver-Gilt Tazze Dominic & Haff, New York, 1891 each centered with an engraved script monogram and raised on a tripartite serpent-form base. marked 'Sterling' on underside 40 ozt 9 dwt Height 3 1/4 x diameter 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 152 - A Tiffany & Co. Silver Chafing Dish on Stand

A Tiffany & Co. Silver Chafing Dish on Stand New York, NY, Circa 1900 the dish decorated with a rinceau band on body and raised on a warming stand with four pad feet. marked 'Sterling' on underside 62 ozt 18 dwt gross Height 9 1/4 x width 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 153 - An Gorham Silver Terrapin Soup Covered Dish and Stand

An Gorham Silver Terrapin Soup Covered Dish and Stand Providence, RI, 1905 comprising a covered dish with a terrapin finial, liner and stand with burner. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 101 ozt 4 dwt gross Height 9 1/4 x width 16 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Nelson & Nelson Antiques Inc., New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 154 - An Gorham Silver Terrapin Soup Ladle

An Gorham Silver Terrapin Soup Ladle Providence, RI, Late 19th Century the bowl in the form of a terrapin carapace, the handle with sea shell, kelp and terrapin decoration. marked 'Sterling' on side of handle 7 ozt 15 dwt Length 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Nelson & Nelson Antiques Inc., New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 155 - A Set of Twelve American Silver Terrapin Forks

A Set of Twelve American Silver Terrapin Forks Mauser Manufacturing Co., New York, NY, Late 19th/Early 20th Century marked 'Sterling' and numbered '12' 16 ozt 3 dwt Length 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 156 - An American Silver Flatware Service

An American Silver Flatware Service Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI Mythologique pattern, comprising: 14 dinner knives 14 dinner forks 12 salad forks 11 fish forks 21 teaspoons 1 orange spoon 1 master butter knife 1 sugar scoop 2 cheese scoops 2 large serving spoons of varying sizes 3 ladles of varying sizes 1 serving fork 83 items total 124 ozt 13 dwt weighable Length of dinner knife 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 157 - A Collection of American Silver 'Repousse' Pattern Flatware Articles

A Collection of American Silver 'Repousse' Pattern Flatware Articles S. Kirk & Son and Steiff, Baltimore, MD, 20th Century comprising 8 teaspoons, 8 soup spoons, 2 serving spoons, 2 butter spreaders, berry spoon, youth knife and fork, sauce ladle, sugar scoop, cheese scoop, lemon fork and sardine server, together with a Steiff serving fork of a different pattern. 29 items total 49 ozt 30 dwt weighable Length of longest 14 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 158 - An American Silver Coffee Pot

An American Silver Coffee Pot Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston, MA, Circa 1900 of tapering cylindrical form, the body with a spot-hammered finish with floral spray and applied insect decoration. marked 'Sterling' on underside 10 ozt 7 dwt gross Height 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 159 - Three American Silver Table Articles

Three American Silver Table Articles Various makers, Baltimore, MD, 19th Century and Later each with Repousse floral decoration throughout, comprising a pitcher marked for S. Kirk & Son, a sugar basket marked for A. Jacobi & Co., and a mug marked for Steiff. Steiff example marked '11 oz.' other two marked 'Sterling' 29 ozt 3 dwt gross Height of tallest 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 160 - Four American Silver Table Articles

Four American Silver Table Articles Various makers, 19th Century and Later comprising a teapot marked for Starr & Marcus, a chocolate pot marked for Davis & Galt, a Gorham lamp stand and a tea strainer. each marked 'Sterling' 35 ozt 11 dwt gross Height of tallest 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 161 - A Silver-Gilt Loving Cup

A Silver-Gilt Loving Cup 19th Century apparently unmarked 13 ozt 16 dwt Height 6 1/4 x width 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 162 - A Silver Creamer

A Silver Creamer Likely American, 18th Century apparently unmarked 7 ozt 10 dwt Height 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Dana Tillou, Buffalo, New York Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 163 - A Silver Salver

A Silver Salver Maker's mark 'FM', 18th/19th Century having a foliate decorated rim centered by an engraved script monogram. makers mark on underside, no other marks noted 19 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 164 - An American Silver Salver

An American Silver Salver Peter L. Krider, Phildelphia, PA, Mid 19th Century of oval form with a gadroon rim, the field centered with an engraved monogram surrounded by a scroll-work cartouche and raised on four claw-and-ball feet. marked 'Sterling' on underside 24 ozt 9 dwt Width 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 165 - An American Silver Serving Dish

An American Silver Serving Dish Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1941 Marie Antoinette pattern, the field centered with an engraved monogram. marked 'Sterling' on underside 36 ozt 18 dwt Diameter 16 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 166 - An American Silver Serving Tray

An American Silver Serving Tray Maker's mark 'H R flanking a Lion', Early 20th Century twin-handled form with a gadroon border and rocaille motifs at the cardinal points and centered with an engraved monogram. marked 'Sterling' on underside 101 ozt 16 dwt Width 27 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 167 - A Set of Twelve American Silver Bread Plates

A Set of Twelve American Silver Bread Plates Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1918 each marked 'Sterling' and 'PMO' on underside 81 ozt 18 dwt Diameter 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 168 - An American Silver Bowl

An American Silver Bowl Tuttle Silversmiths, Boston, MA, 1927 George III pattern, one cartouche on border with an engraved script monogram. marked 'Sterling' on underside 31 ozt Width 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 169 - An American Silver Beaker

An American Silver Beaker Hugh Wishart, New York, NY, Circa 1790 of slightly tapering cylindrical form, the body with a foliate decorated script monogram 'JCC' the underside with bright cut inscription 'Post (over) A*N'. stamped 'Wishart' on underside 3 ozt 10 dwt Height 3 1/4 x diameter 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 170 - An American Coin Silver Beaker

An American Coin Silver Beaker Zebulon Smith, Bangor, ME, Circa 1820 marked on underside 4 ozt 3 dwt Height 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 171 - Four American Coin Silver Beakers

Four American Coin Silver Beakers Various makers, 19th Century comprising an example by John C. Farr, Philadelphia, PA; O.C. Forsyth, New York, NY; Talbott, Bailey & Co, Indianapolis, IN; and H. Hudson, Louisville, KY. each marked on underside 17 ozt 3 dwt Height of tallest 3 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 172 - An American Silver Mug

An American Silver Mug G. Boyce, New York, NY, Circa 1820 the body with an engraved script monogram. marked 'G.Boyce' and 'N.Y' on underside 5 ozt 19 dwt Height 4 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Lady Primrose's, Dallas, TX Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 173 - An American Coin Silver Julep Cup

An American Coin Silver Julep Cup C.F. Dufeu, Chillicothe, OH, Circa 1820 having a banded lip and foot rim. stamped 'C.F. Dufeu' on underside 5 ozt 12 dwt Height 4 x diameter 3 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Eron Johnson Antiques Ltd., Denver, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 174 - An American Coin Silver Julep Cup

An American Coin Silver Julep Cup Scovil & Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH, Circa 1830 with a banded lip and base rim. marked 'Scovil & Kinsey' on underside 3 ozt 10 dwt Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Waterbird Traders, Dallas, TX Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 175 - An American Coin Silver Julep Cup

An American Coin Silver Julep Cup Cook & Chatterton, Springfield, IL, 19th Century of tapering cylindrical form with an applied rim. stamped on underside 4 ozt 9 dwt Height 3 x diameter2 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Elva Needles Antiques, Kansas City, MO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 176 - An American Coin Silver Beaker

An American Coin Silver Beaker Hyde & Goodrich, New Orleans, LA, 19th Century the body engraved with floral and rinceau decoration. marked on underside 3 ozt 16 dwt Height 3 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 177 - Two American Coin Silver Mugs

Two American Coin Silver Mugs Palmer & Bachelders, Boston, MA, First Half 19th Century and Other each body engraved with a name, the unidentified example engraved 'Aug 21, 1842' on underside. each marked on underside 9 ozt 7 dwt Height of each 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 178 - Three American Coin Silver Julep Cups

Three American Coin Silver Julep Cups Missouri, 19th Century comprising two examples by Baldwin, St. Joseph, MO and an example by J. Valiant, Palmyra, MO. each marked 'Coin' on underside 11 ozt 1 dwt Height of tallest 3 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 179 - Four American Coin Silver Drinking Articles

Four American Coin Silver Drinking Articles Jaccard & Co, St. Louis, MO, 19th Century comprising three julep cups and a mug. each marked 'Coin' on underside 15 ozt 10 dwt Height of tallest 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: One Example: Lady Primrose's, Dallas, TX Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 180 - Three American Coin Silver Julep Cups

Three American Coin Silver Julep Cups Cincinnati, OH, 19th Century comprising an example by R. Best & Co. with an applied star banded rim, the body with an engraved plough motif and the inscription 'Awarded to Adonijah Peacock by the Hamilton County Agricultural Society for his Improvement in Ploughs June 18th, 1829' together with an example by Duhme & Co. and an example by D. Kinsey. each marked on underside 11 ozt 11 dwt Height of tallest 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 181 - A Set of Four American Silver Julep Cups

A Set of Four American Silver Julep Cups Mark J. Scearce, Shelbyville, KY, Mid 20th Century of typical form, each with an engraved script monogram to body. marked 'Sterling' on underside 18 ozt 10 dwt Height 3 3/4 inches Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 182 - A Pair of American Coin Silver Julep Cups

A Pair of American Coin Silver Julep Cups Willey & Blaksley, Cincinnati, OH, Circa 1930 marked on underside 10 ozt 4 dwt Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 183 - A Colonial Silver Wall Applique

A Colonial Silver Wall Applique Likely Central American, 18th/19th Century worked to show an Archangel, mounted to a wood backing. apparently unmarked Height 26 1/2 x width 17 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Osuna-Lennon Gallery, Miami Beach, FL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 184 - A Pair of Continental Silver Ecclesiastic Two-Light Sconces

A Pair of Continental Silver Ecclesiastic Two-Light Sconces 18th/19th Century apparently unmarked 82 ozt 5 dwt Height 20 x width 16 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Antiguedades Y Mas, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 184A - A Pair of Continental Two-Light Sconces

A Pair of Continental Two-Light Sconces 19th Century wired for electricity. marked '925' on panel 35 ozt 1 dwt gross Height 14 x width 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 185 - A Pair of Mexican Colonial Silver Four-Light Chandeliers

A Pair of Mexican Colonial Silver Four-Light Chandeliers 18th/19th Century apparently unmarked Height 44 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Douglas W. Morse Antiques-Fine Art, Pasadena, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 186 - A Near Pair of Spanish Empire Silver One-Light Sconces

A Near Pair of Spanish Empire Silver One-Light Sconces 17th/18th Century one example marked with the assay of Juan Ignacio Montero the other with the town mark of Toledo 26 ozt 12 dwt Height 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 187 - A Pair of Spanish Empire Silver Sweetmeat Dishes

A Pair of Spanish Empire Silver Sweetmeat Dishes Mark of Damian de Castro, Cordoba, 18th Century marked for town of Cordoba, assay mark 'T. Aramas' 8 ozt 8 dwt Diameter 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 188 - A Spanish Colonial Silver Processional Finial

A Spanish Colonial Silver Processional Finial Circa 1768 having a cruciform top surmounting a knopped stem suspending four bells, the body engraved 'Siendo Rex Estevan Lopes A.6 de Junio de 1768 Anos-Montiel' the base with the engraving 'hizo esta solo el Pueblo de San Juan Cruz Ano de 1768 a 6 de Junio'. apparently unmarked 4 ozt 13 dwt Height 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Art and Antiques de San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (Smyth 976) Provenance:Art & Antiques de San Antonio, San Antonio, TXPatricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth."Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free.Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 189 - A Continental Silver Heemskirk Candlestick

A Continental Silver Heemskirk Candlestick 17th/18th Century having a hexagonal panel candle socket surmounting the circular drip pan and a truncated conical base with a flared rim. marked indistinctly on rim edge 10 ozt 4 dwt Height 4 3/5 x width 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 190 - Five Continental and Spanish Colonial Silver Candlesticks

Five Continental and Spanish Colonial Silver Candlesticks 18th Century and Later comprising a pair and three others. each marked, marks obscured 73 ozt 8 dwt Height of tallest 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Mexican examples: Ron Messick Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM A Private California Collection Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 191 - A Pair of Dutch Silver Sugar Bowls

A Pair of Dutch Silver Sugar Bowls Amsterdam, 18th Century marked with '833' standard on underside 9 ozt 12 dwt Width 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 192 - A Dutch Silver-Gilt Tea Caddy

A Dutch Silver-Gilt Tea Caddy Circa 1790 the body decorated with chinoiserie figures surrounded by rocaille, C-scroll and lion-mask decoration. hallmarked on underside 11 ozt 12 dwt Height 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 193 - A Louis XV Silver Creamer

A Louis XV Silver Creamer Mid 18th Century the baluster body with twist fluting throughout and raised on three pad feet. marked with 'Crowned P' on underside, other marks obscured 7 ozt 6 dwt Height 5 3/4 x width 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 194 - A Louis XV Silver Coffee Pot

A Louis XV Silver Coffee Pot Lyon, 18th Century the twist baluster body raised on a circular foot with a scalloped rim. marked on underside 13 ozt 4 dwt gross Height 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 195 - A French Silver Brandy Sauce Pot

A French Silver Brandy Sauce Pot Likely CM Granger, Paris, Circa 1810 marked with '950' standard on body under rim 10 ozt gross Height 2 3/4 x width 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 196 - A Louis XV Silver Beaker

A Louis XV Silver Beaker Maker's mark 'IFB', Bordeaux, Mid 18th Century the foot rim with the bright cut inscription 'MTB. FEMME. COGNET'. marked on underside 6 ozt 11 dwt Height 4 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 197 - A French Empire Silver Beaker

A French Empire Silver Beaker Theodor Tonnelier, Paris, Circa 1810 having a banded rim, the body engraved 'Amy R'. marked with '950' standard on base and side 2 ozt 17 dwt Height 3 1/2 x diameter 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 198 - Two French Silver Beakers

Two French Silver Beakers 19th Century comprising an example marked 'P. Fres' and an example decorated with a wine cluster and leaf band and a shield crest and marked for Morin, Fillot, Ricois & Cie.. each marked with '950' standard 5 ozt 14 dwt Height of taller 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 199 - Five Continental Silver Beakers

Five Continental Silver Beakers Various makers, 18th Century and Later having various country assay marks 22 ozt 6 dwt Height of tallest 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 200 - Two French Silver Wine Tasters

Two French Silver Wine Tasters Maker's mark 'LG', the other obscured, Circa 1800 the larger example with a coin inset to bowl, the smaller example with a bright-cut decorated thumb piece. each marked with '950' standard on outside of bowl 7 ozt 4 dwt Width of larger 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 201 - A French Silver Serving Tray

A French Silver Serving Tray Maker's mark 'JFE', Late 19th/Early 20th Century of rectangular the twin foliate form handles with a conforming rim and having four shell motifs in the corners. marked with '950' standard on border 107 ozt 3 dwt Width 27 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 202 - A Cartier Silver Table Article

A Cartier Silver Table Article 20th Century in the form of a shopping bag. marked 'Sterling' on underside 2 ozt 16 dwt Height 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 203 - An Andree Putman for Christofle Silver-Plate Canape Serving Dish

An Andree Putman for Christofle Silver-Plate Canape Serving Dish 20th Century Vertogo pattern. marked on base of bowl interior Width 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 204 - A Belgian Silver Necessaire

A Belgian Silver Necessaire Mid 19th Century marked with '800' standard on side of body 4 ozt 13 dwt Height 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 205 - A German Silver Figural Master Salt

A German Silver Figural Master Salt 19th Century having two shell-form bowls supported by a mermonkey stem. marked with 13-Lot on base rim 11 ozt 9 dwt Height 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 206 - A German Silver Centerpiece Basket

A German Silver Centerpiece Basket Early 20th Century the border with openwork rinceau, bird and floral swag decoration, the base with a repousse figural scene of putti in a garden setting. marked '800' on interior base 24 ozt 6 dwt Height 7 x width 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 207 - An Austrian Silver Tea Caddy

An Austrian Silver Tea Caddy Maker's mark 'AP', Vienna, Late 19th Century the lid with an elephant form finial, the body worked with floral and foliate motifs and raised on four volute feet. marked for '800' standard on underside 15 ozt 6 dwt Height 6 1/4 x width 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 208 - An Austrian Silver, Enamel and Hardstone Mounted Parasol Handle

An Austrian Silver, Enamel and Hardstone Mounted Parasol Handle Maker's mark 'G.A.S', Vienna, Circa 1870 stamped '900' on rim 1 ozt 18 dwt gross Height 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 209 - A Faberge Yellow Gold and Pearl-Inset Mounted Carved Smokey Quartz Snuff Bottle

A Faberge Yellow Gold and Pearl-Inset Mounted Carved Smokey Quartz Snuff Bottle Faberge Workmaster mark of Eduard Schramm, St. Petersburg, Circa 1890 the bottle worked with figures in a garden setting, the lid with applied pearls. marked with '56' standard on collar of lid, with scratched inventory number '34208' on base of lid rim Height 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 210 - A Russian Silver and Emerald-Inset Cigarette Case

A Russian Silver and Emerald-Inset Cigarette Case Maker's mark (Cyrillic) 'G.R', Moscow, Late 19th Century the case exterior decorated with two polar bears in an arctic setting with an emerald inset in the sky, the reverse side with an applied spider-web charm. marked with '84' standard on interior 6 ozt 2 dwt gross Width 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 211 - A Russian Silver Coin Purse

A Russian Silver Coin Purse Mark of D. Nikolayev, Moscow, 19th Century the case lid decorated in the form of a 100 Ruble bond note, the reverse with an applied charm. marked with '84' standard on case exterior 2 ozt 2 dwt Width 2 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Lady Primrose's, Dallas, TX Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 212 - A Russian Silver and Gem-Inset Change Purse

A Russian Silver and Gem-Inset Change Purse Mark of the 15th Artel, Moscow, Circa 1915 the case with floral decorations with inset gems and having an engraved Cyrillic monogram and opening to a fabric lined, divided interior. marked with '84' standard on case exterior 3 ozt 11 dwt gross Width 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 213 - A Russian Silver Cake Basket

A Russian Silver Cake Basket Maker's mark obscured, 1881 the bowl with geometric decoration centered by a village scene. marked with '84' standard 8 ozt 15 dwt Width 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 214 - A Continental Carved Zoomorphic Figure

A Continental Carved Zoomorphic Figure Late 19th/Early 20th Century in the form of a mouse. Length 5/8 inch. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, offered without reserve Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 215 - An Italian Silver Tea Caddy

An Italian Silver Tea Caddy First Half 20th Century raised on four foliate feet. marked '800' on underside 16 ozt 14 dwt Height 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 216 - A Pair of Italian Silver-Gilt Table Articles

A Pair of Italian Silver-Gilt Table Articles Fratelli Coppini, Florence, 20th Century in the form of swans. marked '800' on underside 21 ozt 3 dwt Height 4 1/4 x width 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 217 - Three Italian Silver Articles

Three Italian Silver Articles Buccellati & Other, 20th Century comprising a Buccellati foliate-decorated picture frame and a log-form snuff box, together with a silver-gilt and guilloche enamel six-frame folding picture frame. each marked '925' Height of first 5 1/8 x width 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 218 - A Buccellati Silver Punch Bowl

A Buccellati Silver Punch Bowl Milan, Mid 20th Century the bowl with an out-turned rim and raised on a stepped circular base. marked 'Sterling' on underside 48 ozt 3 dwt Height 8 x diameter 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 219 - A Buccellati Silver Cabbage Form Covered Bowl

A Buccellati Silver Cabbage Form Covered Bowl Milan, Second Half 20th Century marked 'Sterling' and '925' on underside 27 ozt 4 dwt Height 6 x width 8 inches Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 220 - A Buccellati Silver Pumpkin Form Covered Jar

A Buccellati Silver Pumpkin Form Covered Jar Milan, Second Half 20th Century marked '925' on interior lid rim 14 ozt 16 dwt Height 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Gump's, San Francisco, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 221 - A Buccellati Silver Covered Mushroom Form Sugar Bowl

A Buccellati Silver Covered Mushroom Form Sugar Bowl Milan, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 6 ozt 9 dwt Height 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Eron Johnson Antiques Ltd., Denver, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 222 - A Buccellati Silver Table Ornament

A Buccellati Silver Table Ornament Florence, Second Half 20th Century in the form of an artichoke. marked '925' on underside 5 ozt 4 dwt Width 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 223 - A Buccellati Silver Candy Dish

A Buccellati Silver Candy Dish Milan, Second Half 20th Century decorated in the form of a cherry and raised on three ball feel. marked 'Sterling' on underside 5 ozt 2 dwt Width 5 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 224 - A Group of Twenty-One Israeli Silver Table Ornaments

A Group of Twenty-One Israeli Silver Table Ornaments Lisham Art, Tel Aviv, Second Half 20th Century each in the form of a food item, weighted. each marked '925' on exterior Length of longest 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Nancy Brown, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 225 - A Pair of Danish Silver Two-Light Candlesticks

A Pair of Danish Silver Two-Light Candlesticks Holger Rasmussen, Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century marked Sterling on underside 34 ozt 12 dwt Height 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 226 - A Danish Silver Sauce Boat

A Danish Silver Sauce Boat Carl Cohr, Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 3 ozt gross Width 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 227 - Three Danish Silver Table Articles

Three Danish Silver Table Articles Sven Toxvaerd, Copenhagen, Mid 20th Century comprising a milk pitcher, creamer and sugar. each marked '925S' on underside 18 ozt 17 dwt gross Height of tallest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 228 - A Norwegian Silver and Enamel Cocktail Shaker

A Norwegian Silver and Enamel Cocktail Shaker David Andersen, Oslo, Second Half 20th Century having a rooster-form finial, together with an associated rooster-form caster marked for J. Tostrup, Oslo. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 23 ozt 19 dwt gross Height 10 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 229 - A Norwegian Silver Charger

A Norwegian Silver Charger David Andersen, Oslo, Second Half 20th Century the border decorated with animals motifs in the Scandinavian aesthetic. marked 'Sterling' on underside 38 ozt 18 dwt Diameter 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 230 - Seven Danish Silver Commemorative Flatware Articles

Seven Danish Silver Commemorative Flatware Articles Second Half 20th Century comprising A. Michaelsen commemorative gilt and enamel spoons for 1971, 1989, 1998 and an undated example, together with a commemorative gilt fork for 2001 and a Georg Jensen commemorative gilt and enamel spoon for 1989 and a silver spoon commemorating the Bicentennial of the United States of America. each marked 'Sterling' on underside of handle 11 ozt 3 dwt gross Length of longest 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 231 - A Norwegian Silver Two Piece Salad Serving Set

A Norwegian Silver Two Piece Salad Serving Set David Andersen, Oslo, Mid 20th Century the handles engraved with bird and flower motifs within square cartouches. marked 'Sterling' on underside 7 ozt 15 dwt Length 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 232 - Two Danish Silver and Amethyst Mounted Serving Spoons

Two Danish Silver and Amethyst Mounted Serving Spoons Copenhagen, 1928 each marked for Sterling with the Landsforeningen Dansk Arbejde mark 5 ozt 15 dwt gross Length of longer 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 233 - Two Continental Silver Table Articles

Two Continental Silver Table Articles 19th Century comprising a silver muffineer and a covered box. each with varying 19th century hallmarks 22 ozt 8 dwt Height of taller 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 234 - Seven Continental Silver Articulated Fish Table Ornaments

Seven Continental Silver Articulated Fish Table Ornaments 20th Century various assay and purity marks 19 ozt 17 dwt gross Length of longest 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 235 - Three Continental Silver Table Articles

Three Continental Silver Table Articles Various makers, 18th/19th Century comprising a coffee pot, creamer and muffineer. each with various country assay marks 55 ozt 1 dwt gross Height of tallest 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 236 - A Collection of Continental Flatware Articles

A Collection of Continental Flatware Articles Various makers, 18th Century and Later comprising a set of twelve soup spoons, six figural serving items, a stork-form sugar tongs, French mayonnaise ladle and an unmarked basting spoon. 22 items total 33 ozt 4 dwt gross Length of longest 16 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 237 - A Japanese Silver and Enameled Aide Memoire

A Japanese Silver and Enameled Aide Memoire Late 19th/Early 20th Century together with an American silver snuff box. marked with Japanese characters for 'Pure Silver' Width 2 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 238 - A Chinese Silver and Hardstone Mounted Table Casket

A Chinese Silver and Hardstone Mounted Table Casket 19th Century the lid in the form on an insect. apparently unmarked 4 ozt 18 dwt Width 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 239 - A Chinese Export Silver Card Tray

A Chinese Export Silver Card Tray Cumshing, Canton, Circa 1800 the enlongated quatrefoil form with a foliate rim, the field with bird, floral and branch motifs centered by a presentation inscription. marked on underside 7 ozt 13 dwt Width 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: The Boll Weevil, Calvert, TX Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 240 - A Southeast Asian Silver Serving Dish

A Southeast Asian Silver Serving Dish 20th Century apparently unmarked 11 ozt 16 dwt Diameter 10 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 241 - A Southeast Asian Silver Cigarette Box

A Southeast Asian Silver Cigarette Box 20th Century together with an unmarked pair of figural candlesticks. box marked '925' on underside, candlesticks apparently unmarked. 47 ozt 1 dwt gross Width approximately 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 242 - A Large Southeast Asian Silver Elephant

A Large Southeast Asian Silver Elephant 20th Century the top half lifting off to a vacant interior. marked 'T900' on underside 133 ozt 5 dwt Height 17 1/2 x width 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Silver Art, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 243 - A Southeast Asian Silver Duck

A Southeast Asian Silver Duck 20th Century the top half lifting off to a vacant interior. marked 'T900' on underside 24 ozt 14 dwt Height 8 1/2 x width 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 244 - A Southeast Asian Silver Bird

A Southeast Asian Silver Bird 20th Century the top half lifting off to a vacant interior. apparently unmarked 9 ozt 14 dwt Height 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 245 - A Peruvian Silver Four-Piece Coffee Service

A Peruvian Silver Four-Piece Coffee Service Giurco, Mid 20th Century comprising coffee pot, covered sugar, creamer and a tray. marked '925' on underside 31 ozt 15 dwt Width of tray 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Heidi Becker Native American Ethnographic Art & Antiques, Eugene, OR Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 246 - Six Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornaments

Six Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornaments Stephen O'Meara, 20th Century each realistically rendered. marked 'Sterling' on exterior of shell 77 ozt 3 dwt Height of taller 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 247 - Two Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornaments

Two Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornaments Janna Thomas de Valarde, Taxco, Second Half 20th Century the smaller example with a gilt interior and brushed exterior finish. each marked 'Sterling' on exterior 28 ozt 10 dwt Length of taller 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 248 - Two Mexican Silver Scallop-Form Candy Dishes

Two Mexican Silver Scallop-Form Candy Dishes Stephen O'Meara, 20th Century each realistically rendered, together with an American silver shell-form candy dish and a painted composite example. silver examples marked 'Sterling' 6 ozt 6 dwt Width of widest 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 249 - A Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornament

A Mexican Silver Shell-Form Table Ornament Taxco, Second Half 20th Century having a brushed finish. marked Sterling on edge of shell exterior 11 ozt 15 dwt Width 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 250 - A Mexican Silver Ice Bucket

A Mexican Silver Ice Bucket Janna Thomas, Taxco, Circa 1970, Retailed by Nieman Marcus in the form of a pineapple. 190 ozt 1 dwt gross Height 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Casa Ana, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 251 - A Mexican Silver, Enamel and Glass Mounted Honey Pot and Dipper

A Mexican Silver, Enamel and Glass Mounted Honey Pot and Dipper Emilia Castillo, Taxco, 20th Century in the form of a bee hive with a spot hammered finish. marked '925' on underside 10 ozt 3 dwt gross Height 5 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 252 - A Pair of William Spratling Silver Serving Dishes

A Pair of William Spratling Silver Serving Dishes Taxco, Circa 1940 marked 'Spratling Silver' on underside 26 ozt 19 dwt Width 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 253 - A William Spratling Silver Three Piece Coffee Service

A William Spratling Silver Three Piece Coffee Service Taxco, Circa 1940 comprising a coffee pot, creamer and sugar. marked 'Spratling Silver' on underside 20 ozt 8 dwt Height 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 254 - A Sanborn's Silver Chocolate Pot on Stand

A Sanborn's Silver Chocolate Pot on Stand Mexico City, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside of pot and burner and on interior of stand leg 34 ozt 14 dwt gross Height 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 255 - A Mexican Silver Table Casket

A Mexican Silver Table Casket Hubert Harmon, Taxco, Mid 20th Century the lid decorated with two reclining mythical creatures. marked 'Sterling' on underside 25 ozt Width 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Hampton Gallery, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 256 - Two Mexican Silver Table Articles

Two Mexican Silver Table Articles Sanborn's and Other, 20th Century comprising a Sanborn's rectangular tray and a jewelry box stamped '2F.A' on underside. Tray marked 'Sterling', box stamped '900' 51 ozt 1 dwt Width 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 257 - Four Mexican Silver Articles

Four Mexican Silver Articles 20th Century comprising a Spratling tea caddy and a Tane basket-form salt cellar, a Tiffany & Co. paperweight and a Sanborn's sauce ladle. 27 ozt 6 dwt Height of taller 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Tea Caddy: Hampton Gallery, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 258 - Three Mexican Silver Articles

Three Mexican Silver Articles 20th Century comprising a Revere bowl marked for Metasco and a pair of tumblers with applied scallop motifs marked for Tango Aceves. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 24 ozt Height of first 4 1/4 x diameter 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 259 - A Group of Five Mexican Silver Table Articles

A Group of Five Mexican Silver Table Articles Various makers, Mid 20th Century comprising a Sanborn's twin-handled serving tray, a Los Castillo butter dish and another example marked 'Sterling', together with an associated Spratling butter spreader and an unmarked dish cover. each marked for 'Sterling' 25 ozt 2 dwt Width of widest 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Los Castillo Butter Plate: Casa Ana, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 260 - Seven Mexican Silver Bonbonnieres

Seven Mexican Silver Bonbonnieres Various makers, 20th Century comprising five examples in the form of nuts, one strawberry form example and an unmarked Brazil nut example. six marked 'Sterling', the other example unmarked 11 ozt 17 dwt Width of largest 2 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Walnut: Bryan and Scott Jewelers Ltd., Colorado Springs, CO Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 261 - A Collection of Mexican and American Southwestern Silver Flatware Articles

A Collection of Mexican and American Southwestern Silver Flatware Articles Various makers, 20th Century various decoration and serving implements. 53 ozt 11 dwt gross weighable Length of longest 10 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: James Faks Ladles: Case Trading Post, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 262 - An American Silver and Mixed Metal Mug

An American Silver and Mixed Metal Mug George W. Shiebler & Co., New York, NY, First Quarter 20th Century decorated with floral motifs in the Art Nouveau taste, the body with the engraved monogram 'T.M.'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 4 ozt 3 dwt Height 2 3/4 x width 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 263 - An American Silver Tea Caddy

An American Silver Tea Caddy Dominic & Haff, New York, NY, 1886 the urn form caddy with a spot-hammered finish, together with an example by Lebkuecher & Co. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 9 ozt 3 dwt Height 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 264 - Two American Arts & Crafts Silver Articles

Two American Arts & Crafts Silver Articles Dominick & Haff, New York, NY, 1881 & 1882 comprising a chamberstick and a card tray. each marked '925' on underside 13 ozt 9 dwt Width of widest 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 265 - Four American Arts & Crafts Silver Table Articles

Four American Arts & Crafts Silver Table Articles Various Makers, Circa 1900 comprising an oval dish marked for Robert Strum, a presentation bow marked for The Merill Shops, and an unattributed pitcher and creamer. each marked Sterling on underside 35 ozt 11 dwt Width of widest 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 266 - A Pair of American Silver Beakers

A Pair of American Silver Beakers Old Newbury Crafters, Newburyport, MA, Second Half 20th Century each having a spot-hammered finish, one engraved 'Congratulations/ Tom/ 25 Successful Years With/ Kennedy Mfg. Co./1971' the other example engraved 'You too!/ Vera/ 1971'. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 10 ozt 17 dwt Height 3 x diameter 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 267 - An American Arts & Crafts Silver Compact

An American Arts & Crafts Silver Compact Margaret Rogers, Boston, MA, First Half 20th Century the lid interior with an inset mirror. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 6 ozt 5 dwt gross Width 3 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 268 - A Kalo Art & Crafts Silver Tripartite Dish

A Kalo Art & Crafts Silver Tripartite Dish Chicago, IL, First Quarter 20th Century one end with an applied monogram 'S'. marked 'Sterling', 'Handwrought' and '75E' on underside 13 ozt 12 dwt Width 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Ark Antiques, New Haven, CT Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 269 - A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Dish

A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Dish Chicago, IL, Circa 1910 pattern 'F656'. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 16 ozt 13 dwt Diameter 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 270 - A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Tray

A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Tray Chicago, IL, First Quarter 20th Century of oval form. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 11 ozt 13 dwt Width 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 271 - A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Serving Tray

A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Serving Tray Chicago, IL, Circa 1910 having an applied monogram 'S'. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 19 ozt 17 dwt Width 13 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 272 - A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Bowl

A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Bowl Chicago, IL, Circa 1915 the underside with an engraved monogram and date. marked 'Sterling', 'Handwrought' and '17' on underside 6 ozt 18 dwt Height 3 1/2 inches Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 273 - A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Bowl

A Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Bowl Chicago, IL, Early 20th Century pattern '18'. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 9 ozt 18 dwt Diameter 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 274 - Four Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Articles

Four Kalo Arts & Crafts Silver Articles Chicago, IL, First Quarter 20th Century comprising a porringer, mug, salt cellar and a stamp box. each marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 13 ozt 18 dwt gross Width of widest 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Stamp Box: Arts 220, Winnetka, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 275 - Three American Arts & Crafts Silver Beakers

Three American Arts & Crafts Silver Beakers Kalo, Chicago, IL, First Quarter 20th Century, Porter Blanchard, Burbank, CA, 20th Century and William L. DeMatteo, Mid 20th Century the Kalo example with an applied monogram, the DeMatteo example with a bright cut three initial monogram, the Porter Blanchard example of typical julep-cup form. each marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 20 ozt 2 dwt Height of tallest 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 276 - A Matthias W. Hanck Arts & Crafts Silver Tray

A Matthias W. Hanck Arts & Crafts Silver Tray Park Ridge, IL, First Quarter 20th Century marked 'Sterling' and 'Hand Made' on underside 6 ozt 4 dwt Diameter 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 277 - A Large Falick Novick Arts & Crafts Silver Serving Platter

A Large Falick Novick Arts & Crafts Silver Serving Platter Chicago, Early 20th Century with applied monogram 'AHH' to edge. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside 56 ozt 17 dwt Diameter 18 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 278 - A Randahl Arts & Crafts Silver Flask Set

A Randahl Arts & Crafts Silver Flask Set Chicago, IL, Early 20th Century comprising a flask, associated Randahl shot glass and a fitted case. marked 'Sterling', 'Handwrought' and '790' on underside 19 ozt 6 dwt Height of flask 9 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 279 - A Pair of Randahl Silver Dishes

A Pair of Randahl Silver Dishes Chicago, IL, Mid 20th Century pattern '245', one example with an engraved presentation inscription on underside. marked 'Sterling' on underside 37 ozt 2 dwt Diameter 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 280 - An Randahl Silver Pitcher

An Randahl Silver Pitcher Chicago, IL, Mid 20th Century having a spot-hammered finish. marked 'Sterling' on underside 24 ozt Height 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 281 - A Cellini Craft Three-Piece Dish Set

A Cellini Craft Three-Piece Dish Set Chicago, IL, First Half 20th Century Hampton Court pattern, comprising a tray and two dishes. each marked 'Sterling' and 'Handwrought' on underside. 37 ozt 4 dwt Width 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 282 - Two Arthur Stone Arts & Crafts Silver Covered Dishes

Two Arthur Stone Arts & Crafts Silver Covered Dishes Boston, MA, First Quarter 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 51 ozt 4 dwt gross Width of wider 8 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 283 - An Allan Adler Silver Sauce Boat

An Allan Adler Silver Sauce Boat Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century Town & Country pattern. marked 'Sterling' on underside 8 ozt 6 dwt gross Width 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 284 - An Allan Adler Silver Serving Dish

An Allan Adler Silver Serving Dish Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century of square form with rounded corners. marked 'Sterling' and 'Handmade' on underside 17 ozt 2 dwt Width 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 285 - An Allan Adler Silver Bread Dish

An Allan Adler Silver Bread Dish Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 11 ozt 18 dwt Width 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 286 - Six Allan Adler Silver Flatware Articles

Six Allan Adler Silver Flatware Articles Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a serving spoon and fork, two sugar scoops of various design, cold meat fork and an olive spoon. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 12 ozt 9 dwt Length of longest 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 287 - Twelve American Silver Cocktail Spoons

Twelve American Silver Cocktail Spoons Allan Adler, Los Angeles, CA and Porter Blanchard, Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising eight examples by Allan Adler and four examples by Porter Blanchard. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 12 ozt 3 dwt Length of longer 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 288 - A Large Collection of Porter Blanchard Flatware Articles

A Large Collection of Porter Blanchard Flatware Articles Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a cake slice, pie server, asparagus server, eight serving spoons of various sizes and designs, sauce ladle, cold meat fork, jelly knife and a set of six ice cream spoons. 20 items total 47 ozt 18 dwt Length of longest 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 289 - An Allan Adler Silver Dish

An Allan Adler Silver Dish Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century of square form with rounded corners. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 32 ozt 19 dwt Width 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 290 - Two Allan Adler Silver Table Articles

Two Allan Adler Silver Table Articles Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a card tray of rectangular form with rounded corners and a salt cellar with two spoons. each marked 'Sterling' 10 ozt 18 dwt Width 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 291 - An Allan Adler Silver Tea Kettle

An Allan Adler Silver Tea Kettle Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century the interior fitted with a pierced strainer. marked 'Sterling' on underside 28 ozt 12 dwt gross Height 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 292 - Six Allan Adler Silver Table Articles

Six Allan Adler Silver Table Articles Los Angeles, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a set of five salt & pepper casters and a sugar caster. marked 'Sterling' on underside 16 ozt 13 dwt Height of tallest 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Sugar Caster: Blue Heron Gallery, Fallbrook, CA, Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 293 - A Pair of Porter Blanchard Silver Three-Light Candelabra

A Pair of Porter Blanchard Silver Three-Light Candelabra Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 55 ozt 9 dwt Height 14 5/8 x width 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 294 - A Pair of Porter Blanchard Silver Chargers

A Pair of Porter Blanchard Silver Chargers Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century each having a spot-hammered finish. marked 'Sterling' on underside 48 ozt 9 dwt Diameter 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Blue Heron Gallery, Fallbrook, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 295 - A Porter Blanchard Silver Center Bowl

A Porter Blanchard Silver Center Bowl Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century the shallow bowl raised on a knopped stem and a stepped circular foot. marked 'Sterling' on underside of rim 37 ozt 18 dwt Height 4 x diameter 13 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 296 - A Porter Blanchard Silver Pitcher and Basin

A Porter Blanchard Silver Pitcher and Basin Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century each marked 'Sterling' and '1101' on underside 35 ozt 4 dwt Height of pitcher 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 297 - A Porter Blanchard Silver Serving Dish

A Porter Blanchard Silver Serving Dish Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' and 'Handmade' on underside 56 ozt 13 dwt Width 17 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 298 - Four Porter Blanchard Silver Table Articles

Four Porter Blanchard Silver Table Articles Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a pair of serving trays, sauce boat and a matchbox cover. each marked 'Sterling' 45 ozt 3 dwt gross Width of tray 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 299 - Four Porter Blanchard Silver Table Articles

Four Porter Blanchard Silver Table Articles Burbank, CA, Mid 20th Century comprising a sugar bowl & underplate, a pair of casters and a butter dish. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 15 ozt 8 dwt Width of underplate 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 300 - An American Southwestern Silver Thurible

An American Southwestern Silver Thurible Ramon Lopez, Santa Fe, Second Half 20th Century the lid suspended from chains and surmounting an open work body and stepped circular foot. marked 'Sterling' on underside 40 ozt 10 dwt Height 28 1/2 inches (suspended). Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 301 - An Edward Buchko Modernist Silver Carafe

An Edward Buchko Modernist Silver Carafe International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century pattern 'C382'. marked 'Sterling' on underside 18 ozt 7 dwt Height 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 302 - An American Silver Picture Frame

An American Silver Picture Frame Jack Rabinovich, Chatsworth, CA, Second Half 20th Century the rectangular frame decorated with repousse bird and foliate motifs throughout, the borders worked in the form of branches. marked '925' on bottom left edge Height 19 1/4 x width 15 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 303 - A Modernist Silver and Carnelian Mounted Pill Box

A Modernist Silver and Carnelian Mounted Pill Box Pat Stauber, 1979 marked 'Sterling' on underside 1 ozt 7 dwt gross Height 7/8 x width 1 1/8 x depth 1 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 304 - An American Silver Stamp Box

An American Silver Stamp Box Timothy Grannis, Burlington, VT, Late 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on underside 2 ozt 2 dwt Height 1 1/2 x width 1 1/2 x depth 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 305 - A Set of Three Silver Miniature Modernist Chairs

A Set of Three Silver Miniature Modernist Chairs Acme Studios, Los Angeles, CA, Second Half 20th Century together with a Mexican silver example. each marked '925' 5 ozt 8 dwt Height of tallest 2 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 306 - An Alphonse LaPaglia Silver Picture Frame

An Alphonse LaPaglia Silver Picture Frame International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century marked 'Sterling' on back of frame Height 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 307 - A Group of Three Alphonse LaPaglia Table Articles

A Group of Three Alphonse LaPaglia Table Articles International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century comprising a table bell, salt cellar and nut dish. each marked 'Sterling' 18 ozt 18 dwt Height of first 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Lot: 308 - Three Shreve & Co. Silver Table Articles

Three Shreve & Co. Silver Table Articles San Francisco, CA, 20th Century Fourteenth Century pattern comprising a pitcher, bowl and underplate. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 39 ozt Diameter 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 309 - A Collection of Tiffany & Co. Silver Flatware Articles

A Collection of Tiffany & Co. Silver Flatware Articles New York, NY, 20th Century comprising six sardine tongs, a sardine server, a pair of cranberry spoons baby spoons and a sugar tongs, together with four carved hardstone spoons of various lengths. 15 items total 12 ozt 10 dwt Length of longest 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Cranberry Spoons: Tiffany & Co., Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 310 - A Collection of Nine Tiffany & Co. Silver Table Articles

A Collection of Nine Tiffany & Co. Silver Table Articles New York, NY, Mid 20th Century and Later comprising a three piece tea service, three scent bottles, creamer and underplate, sugar bowl and a Bamboo pattern silent butler. each marked Sterling on underside 67 ozt 16 dwt gross Height 2 1/2 x diameter 5 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 311 - A Group of Four Silver Scent Articles

A Group of Four Silver Scent Articles Various makers, 19th Century and Later comprising a Victorian silver vinaigrette and scent flask, together with an unmarked compound scent flask and vinaigrette and an unmarked ovoid form pomander. English examples hallmarked for Sterling Height of tallest 3 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Vinaigrette: Orinda Silver Exchange, Orinda, CA Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 312 - A Group of Six Silver Vessels

A Group of Six Silver Vessels Various Makers, Late 19th Century and Later comprising a Gorham gem-stone inset coral-form vinaigrette, an English silver and guilloche-enamel heart-shaped box, a hardstone mounted miniature trashcan, a Zodiac-medallion decorated bonbonniere and two others. each marked for Sterling 13 ozt 11 dwt gross Height of first 2 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 313 - Seven American Silver Table Articles

Seven American Silver Table Articles Early 19th Century and Later comprising a sauce boat with an obscured maker's mark, a coffee pot marked for Gale & Willis and an enameled silver sugar bowl and four salt cellars marked for R. Blackington & Co., the body of the sugar bowl engraved 'Annual Carolina Tournament/ President's Trophy/ Pinehurst N.C./ November 21-25, 1921'. Blackington items marked 'Sterling' on underside 30 ozt 5 dwt Height of tallest 7 5/8 inches Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 314 - Two American Southwest Silver Cases

Two American Southwest Silver Cases Frank Patania Sr., Santa Fe, NM, 20th Century comprising a cigarette case with applied monogram 'WEF' and a card case with applied monogram 'PBS'. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 8 ozt 18 dwt Width of wider 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 315 - Five Silver Zoomorphic Articles

Five Silver Zoomorphic Articles 20th Century comprising two English silver snuff boxes in the forms of a dog's head, a Native American pill box with a crab motif on lid, a South East Asian silver table casket in the form of a fish and an unmarked beetle. most marked for Sterling, the beetle apparently unmarked 11 ozt 1 dwt Height of largest 2 5/8 x width 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Beetle: Camille's at Plaza Palomino, Tucson, AZ Dog: Bergdorf Goodman, New York, NY Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 316 - Seven Silver Decorative Articles

Seven Silver Decorative Articles Various makers, 19th Century and Later comprising a Tiffany & Co. miniature picnic basket and accessories, Victorian Silver salt cellar, a Russian silver salt cellar, two luggage-form snuff boxes, a miniature woven basket and a miniature chest-on-stand. most marked for Sterling, woven basket and chest-on-stand apparently unmarked 9 ozt 18 dwt gross Width of first 2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Picnic Basket: Tiffany & Co., Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 317 - A Collection of Silver Articles

A Collection of Silver Articles Various makers, 19th Century and Later comprising a set of twelve German figural place-card holders, a set of twelve '800' standard numerical clips, an American silver table bell and match safe, a Mexican silver floral-form table ornament an unmarked pitcher-form vinaigrette, and a mixed-metal diminutive coffee pot. 29 items total 16 ozt 12 dwt weighable Height of tallest 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Number Tags: Polo Ralph Lauren, Chicago, IL Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 318 - Two Silver Articles of Equestrian Interest

Two Silver Articles of Equestrian Interest 19th/20th Century comprising an American coin silver mug decorated with a horse and rider on a country road and an English silver stirrup cup in the form of a horse's head marked for London, 1968. English item hallmarked for Sterling, the mug apparently unmarked 9 ozt 16 dwt Height of first 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 319 - Three American Silver Table Articles

Three American Silver Table Articles 20th Century comprising a woven silver basket and pair of weighted candlesticks. marked 'Sterling' on underside 21 ozt 16 dwt weighable Diameter of first 9 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 320 - Four American Silver Table Articles

Four American Silver Table Articles Various makers, Mid 20th Century comprising a 'Revere' bowl and a cake dish marked for Gorham Mfg. Co, a cake dish marked for Watson Co. and a monogrammed 'Gadroon' pattern salver marked for International Silver Co.. each marked 'Sterling' on underside 77 ozt 10 dwt Diameter of salver 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 321 - Eight American Silver Table Articles

Eight American Silver Table Articles Various makers, 20th Century comprising a dish with a scalloped edge marked for Gorham, a center bowl marked for Tuttle, a 'Revere' bowl marked for Preisner Silver Co., a spot-hammered Arts & Crafts bowl, a center bowl marked for Old Newbury Crafters, a candy bowl marked for Lunt and two candy dishes marked for Randahl. each marked for 'Sterling' on underside 116 ozt 4 dwt Diameter of largest 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 322 - Ten American Silver Children's Table Articles

Ten American Silver Children's Table Articles 20th Century comprising a nursery-rhyme themed dish marked for Wm. B. Kerr & Co., a dish with dog decorated rim marked for Barbour Silver Co., an Arts & Crafts silver porringer, six baby flatware items and bib clips. each marked 'Sterling' 21 ozt 10 dwt Diameter of largest 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 323 - Twelve American Silver Table Articles

Twelve American Silver Table Articles Various makers, 20th Century comprising a set of four salt cellars marked for Katherine Pratt, a master salt cellar and spoon marked for Dominick & Haff, a sauce boat marked for Randahl, a jam jar marked for Tuttle, a compote marked for Chicago Silver Co., two compotes and a salt cellar marked 'Sterling', together with an unmarked shot glass. each item marked 'Sterling' Height of tallest 4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 324 - Ten American Silver Serving Dishes

Ten American Silver Serving Dishes Various makers, Early 20th Century and Later comprising three circular platters, two LaPaglia dishes, three dishes by Randahl, an S. Kirk & Son 'Revere' bowl and a Tuttle butter dish and cover. 139 ozt 18 dwt Diameter of largest 13 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 325 - A Collection of American Arts & Crafts Silver Flatware Articles

A Collection of American Arts & Crafts Silver Flatware Articles Various makers, 19th Century and Later comprising a teaspoon, sauce ladle and cream ladle marked for Kalo, a serving spoon and compound tea & tablespoon marked for Lebolt, a sauce ladle, cream ladle and sugar scoop marked for Randahl, a serving fork marked for Guildcraft, a serving spoon marked for O.N.C, a jelly knife marked for Cellini Craft and two other examples marked handmade. 13 items total 24 ozt 16 dwt Length of longest 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Provenance: Kalo Ladle: Things Finer, Santa Fe, NM Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 326 - A Large Collection of American Silver Flatware Articles

A Large Collection of American Silver Flatware Articles Various Makers, 19th Century and Later of various patterns and items. marked for Sterling 45 ozt 7 dwt weighable Length of longest 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 327 - Eleven American Silver Souvenir Spoons

Eleven American Silver Souvenir Spoons Various makers, Early 20th Century and Later comprising Tiffany & Co. examples for the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the 1893 Columbian Exposition, together with eight spoons of various makers commemorating Yale University, Chicago, Skagway Alaska, Golden Gate, two Big Bend National Park examples, Missouri and two others, together with a silver-plate example commemorating St. Paul Minnesota. each marked 'Sterling' 8 ozt 8 dwt Length of longest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

Lot: 328 - A Steven Dweck Silver-Mounted Mother of Pearl Dish

A Steven Dweck Silver-Mounted Mother of Pearl Dish Circa 1990 together with a pair of silver teaspoons with foliate decorated handles and a pair of similarly decorated napkin rings also by the artist. each stamped with the artist's name and 'Sterling' 2 ozt 14 dwt weighable Width 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Patricia Ann Black Smyth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sold to Benefit Berea College, Berea, Kentucky Patricia Ann Black Smyth (1925-2018) was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of Ernest Bateman Black and Faye Bunyan Black. She attended Miss Crosby's School in Illinois and graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she was a lifetime member of the Wellesley Friends of the Library Organization. Mrs. Smyth also served as a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri, and was a long-time docent at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hindman is thrilled to present Mrs. Smyth's refined and diverse collection, which will be sold without reserve to benefit Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Berea College was founded in 1855 with the express mission of educating both women and men of all racial backgrounds. It is the South's first racially integrated and co-educational college and is guided by the motto from Acts 17:26: "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth." Only students with high academic promise and limited financial means are accepted, and every student receives a Tuition Promise Scholarship-no student pays tuition. As a Work College, every student works at least 10 hours per week to help pay for housing, meals and personal expenses. Berea students have the lowest amount of student debt in the country, and half graduate debt free. Today, Berea serves over 1,600 students, the majority of which are from Kentucky and Appalachia, although its student body hails from over 40 states and 70 countries. Berea depends heavily on alumni and friends to continue to fulfill the no-tuition promise made to every student.

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