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Your Gorham Y1332 Sugar and Creamer set is actually a Chantilly pattern. It’s a silver plate set, not sterling, but it was first issued in the 1800s. The pattern was actually first introduced around 1890. Based on my records, a sugar and creamer set has a current market value in the range of $60 to $75.
Reed and Barton’s Winthrop pattern is also a silverplate set. It was produced from 1895 to about 1980. I’m going to give you a current market value (replacement cost) breakdown of the common pieces in your sets.
Large platter (most likely a waiter tray) - $475 to $525
coffee pots - $125 to $150
tea pot - $300 to $350
creamer -$85 to $110
sugar - $75 to $90
Your International Silver (Webster/Wilcox) Candle holders have a current market value in the range of $185 to $225 for each one.
I think I got it all, but if I missed anything, just let me know and I'll be glad to get it straightened out.
If you are thinking about selling your set, sometimes individual pieces, such as plates will go higher if they're sold individually. Most people already have part of a set and might just be looking to replace a single piece or add to their collection. It's possible you might get a higher figure than the set replacement value by breaking it up and selling it. . Prices will vary a bit depending on the condition of your pieces and where you try to it. Online markets (like Ebay) and garage sales do tend to go for less. . Craigslist is a worthy shot because it's free. Etsy and Amazon are turning about to be a great alternatives to Ebay. Rubylane, Tias, and Cyberattic are great online stores, but they generally have a store "setup" fee, so unless you have a lot of items to list, it may be a bit too pricey, but they do get the "higher" paying customers.
http://www.bonanza.com and http://www.artfire.com are pretty good up and coming online sites. . You might check out the consignment cost with any local antique shops. Some places charge about 25% to 30% of final sell price, but in dealing local you generally have less competition. It's always worth checking out. . If I can be of any further help or if you have anymore questions, don't hesitate to contact me. Please click accept if I have been of any help, since this is the only way we are compensated by JA. . Thanks and have a great night, Diana