American Sterling Silver by William Kendrick of Louisville Kentucky Ca.1870 Marked W.Kendrick with matching candlesticks and water or milk pitcher.....
All of these pieces have engraved and repousse' grape clusters and vine decoration. The pitcher has a cast branch and grape cluster and vine on the handle.
The candle sticks are a touch over 10 inches tall and the diameter of the base is just a touch over 4.50 inch's. The candlesticks are solid sterling silver......Not weighted. The circumference at the widest part of the candlestick 5.25 inches. The candlesticks have a beautifully engraved RT I can't be certain of the initials. Candlesticks are marked Sterling and W. Kendrick One of the candlesticks weigh 223.9 Grams which is 8.13 troy ounces the other one weighs 230.7 Grams which is 7.90 ounces....There are a couple of pushed out bumps on one of the top of one candlesticks but not on the underneath, so the tops must two layered.
The matching Water Pitcher is 7.5 inches tall at the spout and 8.25 inches at the top of the handle where the cluster of grapes are....All three pieces have very elaborate vines, leaves and clusters of grapes. The pitcher weighs 894.8 grams or 31.56 troy ounces and is marked sterling and 797. The milk or water pitcher has a very elaborate beautifully engraved W on the front of it.
No damage and no repair from a non smoking environment. These pieces were based on a model created by John C. Moore for Tiffany and company around 1850