Two coin silver spoons dated 1836. Maker is A.C. Pelton
Triple script monogram. Substantial shanks.
Tips like the day they were made. Each of two spoons has a weak ding, not noticeable unless looking for it. Length 9"
This is a multi-motif sterling silver flatware pattern with seventeen different handle decorations depicting subjects and stories from classical mythology. On this piece is seen Paris, the son of Priam, King of Troy, presenting to Venus the golden apple, he having been called upon by Juno, Minerva, and Venus to adjudge the prize of beauty to the fairest of these goddesses. On the reverse side is the goddess located where the shank meets the bowl. This sterling silver fish slice has the incuse ...click for details
The dies of this Tiffany pattern have been destroyed due to their poor condition, so there will be no more Vine pattern issued by Tiffany. It is a more casual pattern with the designs incorporating various types of realistic plant life which meander over the entire handle front, extending to the reverse. This piece is grape design. It has a triple monogram, date letter T 1891-1902 period.
A unique piece of Tiffany sterling. Your table setting will be glamorous.
Lily is an Art Nouveau pattern designed in 1902 by Osborne for the Whiting Manufacturing Co. This exotic sterling silver server,length 9", has a very large light vermeil fluted bowl and a deeply sculptured flower design on the shank. The design is sharp.
This 7 1/4" coin silver right angle butter knife is a fine example of the "Medallion" pattern flatware produced by Hotchkiss and Schreuder. The upper front of the stem has a detailed classical profile, and both sides of the stem are ornamented with foliate forms. There is no monogram, no removal.