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Every Housemark that I can find of  "Webster MFG Co" , Brooklyn, NY...doesn't look like this. Is it the company (1859-1873) that was later known as "E.G. Webster & Bros." (1873-1886)...then to be known as "E.G. Webster & Son" (1886-1928). OR is this a housemark for a different company all together?

Basket 11"x8.5"x3"

Handle additional 7.5" in height. The Handle is engraved "Buckingham"

Cake Basket? Bridal Basket? I think it's plated silver. It is also stamped 11 T96T ? or CT, or GT? The first two could be 17? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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Looks like a plated white metal flower basket. And it's called a housemark, not a hallmark. See the differences here.

Thank you for the correction, plus I've never heard of "white metal" either. Anyone know this Housemark?

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