Fine example of WMF (Wuttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik) Art Nouveau in the form of a magnificent wine or champagne cooler. Unusual hexagonal form has vigorously interlacing whiplash tendrils with a notched waving rim. Reticulated high Art Nouveau handles flank the sides. This well regarded firm's marks are impressed beneath. Germany circa 1907. Dimensions: 10 3/4" H, 11 3/4" W to Handles.
Unusual German Silver Plate Creamer & Sugar. Fashioned to resemble cabbage leaves, the creamer and sugar are supported on simple ball feet. Maker: Wurtten-Bergische Metall-Waren-Fabrik. Circa 1880. Size: Creamer - 5.125" L x 3.375" W x 2.75" H(top of handle); Sugar bowl - 5.25" L x 4.75" W x 2.125" H.
Simply wonderful! Reticulated high Art Nouveau whiplash vines adorn this splendid table or desk bell. A twist of the finial releases a resounding chime. Made by the WMF (Wurttmebergische Metalwaren Fabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1900. Firm's marks beneath. Illustrated in the well known WMF 1906 Catalogue page 335. Dimensions: 3 1/4", 3 7/8" Square.
A Fine Pair of English Silver Plate Corinthian Candlesticks hallmarked by Roberts & Slater circa 1845. Measure about 12 1/2" tall. Great quality and look.
A Set of Six Silvered Knife Rests, Jack Shaped
The horizontal bar is supported by a pair of jacks. The bars are all hallmarked, with a mark that I am not able to identify.
Size: 1” high 3” long
Condition: Very Good to Excellent, one knife rest is slightly bent
Dairy Farmers Vintage pair of Silver Plated Jersey Milk Churns Novelty Condiments.
A must for dairy farmers! Salt and pepper modelled a miniature jersey milk churns. Stamped to the underside EPNS
height 6.5cm (2 ½”)
WMF Art Nouveau silver plated centrepiece.
Beautiful WMF Art Nouveau silver plated centrepiece.The centre is of an Art Nouveau maiden with her swirling dress forming the two side dishes, made circa 1900. The centrepiece measures approximately 21.5 cm high and 35 cm at its widest. The base has the WMF marks including the shape number ‘168’. The silver plate is in good condition apart from scratches.
Being in the form of a garden spade and fork makes these ideal for serving sardines
which in Victorian times were ‘soused’ at making them quite a work of art to transfer to the plate.
Pair of Sheffield plate candelabra, ca. 1790. Each: Ovoid and tapering support on oval foot. Socket supporting a pair of detachable branches, each terminating in a socket, and central socket. Sockets urn-form. Faceting. Branches are reeded with single loop. Dynamic and historic industrial design. Small dent on one support. Otherwise very good condition.
Dimensions: H 16 ¼ x W 20 x D 4 ¾ in. BH134
This lovely Art Nouveau hand mirror holds a 5" beveled mirror. The back is patterned with a water lily and cat-tail design. The mirror is monogrammed "M" and is slightly loose in frame. It is silver plate, and as the photos show, there is wearing away of the plate. Circa 1900.
This most impressive jug is professionally decorated with fruiting grape vines a maidens face on the other side,
a jolly bearded man forming the spout and a rampant lion knop supporting a shield.
Most useable for the finest claret.
A great talking point for the dinner parties, in very good condition with no chips, dents or cracks.
Height 10 ½”
The frame on this ornate bride's basket was made by the Wilcox Silver Co. circa 1880's. The frame holds a beautiful robin's egg blue satin glass basket with touches of cranberry around the double ruffled edge. The frame has a twisted rope handle with an ornate decoration on the top. These baskets were traditional wedding gifts in the Victorian era. The bowl has no chips, cracks, or repairs and is 10" in diameter...
Measuring just over 16" high, this hot water urn is Sheffield plate, or silver over copper, with ebony finial and spigot handle, and the legs and spigot are brass. With beautiful looped handles and tapered fluted legs on paw feet, this urn is classic in form and design. Repousse floral garlands surround the urn and the base is quatrefoil in shape over ball feet. With loss to the silver and some spots of tarnish, it shows signs of wear, but is all original and intact...
Made by William Hutton & Son in Sheffield England. Silvered ice hammer and pick is well balanced for function. Round end cap unscrews to reveal an additional pick that is housed within. Bears registry marks for November 25, 1870. Dimensions: 7" L.
Extraordinary high Art Nouveau bottle stand. Reticulated form depicting swans upon a wavy pond with water lily pads set upon whiplash elements. Fine example from the WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik)workshop in Germany circa 1907. Firm's marks beneath. Dimensions: 3 5/8" H, 4 1/2" W.