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UNGER Sterling ART NOUVEAU Matchsafe, c1905

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Sterling: Pre 1920   item# 59222

UNGER Sterling ART NOUVEAU Matchsafe, c1905
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Tildenwood Antiques
(301) 230 0170


$325 

This is a wonderful sterling silver matchsafe by Unger Brothers, c. 1905. The matchsafe is in excellent condition with no dings or damage and is fully signed with the Unger Mark (intertwined UB), "sterling, fine 925". This fine example of Art Nouvean silver measures 2 5/8" x 1 1/2".


Sterling Silver Cream LADLE

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Sterling: Pre 1920   item# 56389

Sterling Silver Cream LADLE
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Tildenwood Antiques
(301) 230 0170


$50 

This is a pretty little sterling silver cream ladle. It measures 5 1/4" long and is in excellent condition. It is simply marked "sterling".


Austrian Silver & Ivory Tea Strainer 1890

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Continental: Pre 1900   item# 52981

Austrian Silver & Ivory Tea Strainer 1890
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Tildenwood Antiques
(301) 230 0170


$295 

This is fabulous Austrian silver tea strainer with ivory handle made by Josef Carl Klinkosch of Vienna under royal warrant of the Hapsburgs, c. 1890. The tea strainer bears the mark for 800 silver used in Austria/Hungary between 1866 and 1922 and Klinkosch's mark "J.C.K.". The handle is genuine ivory and is monogrammed with what appears to be "CBS". The tea strainer is in excellent condition - there are a couple of very short hairlines in the ivory handle as is typical of old ivory, but it is firmly attached to the strainer.


Victorian Silverplate Figural Basket, c 1870s

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Plate: Pre 1900   item# 33826

Victorian Silverplate Figural Basket, c 1870s
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Tildenwood Antiques
(301) 230 0170


$325 

This is a wonderful silverplated footed oval basket with male and female masks. The basket was made by the Wilcox Silverplate Co. of Meriden Connecticut and dates to the 1870s or 1880s. The basket is in excellent condition with no loss to the plate. It features a female with long hair on one end and on the other is a male with mustache and beard. The basket stands about 8" high to the top of the handle and measures 10 1/2" x 6 1/2".

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