A set of circa 1883 candelabra and centrepiece bowls by Tiffany & Co are to headline Christie's Important Silver sale in New York on October 23 with a $250,000-350,000 valuation.
The candelabra feature depictions of mythological creatures - one base features nymphs riding dolphins while the other bears tritons riding seahorses.
Both are adorned with mouldings of shells and seaweed, while the bowls feature similar decoration.
In 2004, a set of silver cutlery by Tiffany achieved $215,000 against an estimate of $90,000-120,000.
A fine George II silver cake basket bearing the mark of Paul De Lamerie and estimated at $150,000-250,000 is another highlight of the sale.
The piece also features depictions of mythical sea creatures, alongside representations of the four seasons.
A large silver sideboard dish by Lamerie sold for £1.5m ($2.3m) at Christie's London in 1991 - a record price for a piece of silverware at the time.
A monumental German gilt silver sideboard dish circa 1650 carries an estimate of $150,000-250,000.
The plate is decorated with an allegorical scene, relating to the Ottoman-Hapsburg wars, that depicts the four continents of Asia, Africa, Europe and America.
It is likely that the dish would have been commissioned by a European court as a diplomatic gift - as similar examples featured in the collection of the Russian tsars.
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