A Pair of Silver Plated Salt Cellars & Spoons in Presentation Case
The hinged octagonal presentation boxes open to reveal a fitted interior that nicely holds a pair of salt cellars and spoons. The cellars have a ruffled rim over an engraved body while the spoons are simple with a square handle terminating into a ball finial. The pieces are not marked.
Size: 1 ¼” high 2” diameter salt cellars
A lovely wine cooler with raised Jugendstil patterns which frame opposing pendant grape clusters. The handles create perfect balance with further Art Nouveau lines. Made in Germany circa 1900. Dimensions: 9" H, 9" W to handles.
Architectural form Tray influenced by the highly regarded Belgian designer Gustave Serrurier-Bovy. Silver-plated tray with reticulated handle and geometric openings around gallery. Made in Belgium circa 1905. A fine example which appeals to the collector of Vienna Secession pieces as well. Dimensions: 6 3/4" H, 7" W, 12 3/4" L.
A rare, circa 1875, Sheffield silver asparagus dish with hot water warmer by Elkington & Co. An elegant dish perfectly designed to compliment any silver pattern, it is in excellent condition with no loss to the silver. Fully hallmarked on the bottom, this asparagus dish measures about 9.25" long (with handles 12" long), 6.25" wide, and 3.5 " high (with finial 5" high).
WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwaren Fabrik) Vienna Secession design centerbowl for fruit or flowers with original green cut crystal liner. Four supports uphold the wavy oval form with central stylized secession florals in relief. Reticulated curving handles with complimenting florals complete the design. Firm's marks beneath. Made in Germany circa 1909. Dimensions: 4" H, 11" W.
Pair of fine figural Art Nouveau Candelabra. Polished pewter maidens representing Day and Night. One figure with eyes gazing forward while the companion gazes downward. Naturalistic lily pad bases support the whispy figures each grasping vine-like stems; candle cups rest at their top. Made by Argentor in Austria circa 1905. Firm's marks upon bases. Dimensions: 13" H, 6 3/4 W".
Sweet WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik)Jugendstil bud vase. Curving Art Nouveau designs upon the bottom of the holder lead to reticulated Secession elements. The original cut crystal liner rests within. Illustrated on page 92 in this famous workshop's well known 1906 Catalogue. Made in Germany circa 1905 with marks beneath. Dimensions: 7 1/4" H.
18th Century Armorial Silver Plated Salver Latham of Bradwell
Well designed Secession WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik) fruit basket. The reticulated form with it's bold blossom like Secession angles has a handle rising above. A cut crystal liner rests within. Firm's marks beneath circa 1905. Illustrated in this workshop's well known 1906 Catalogue, page 344. Dimensions: 6 1/2" W, 6" H to Handle.
Victorian silver plate basket. Made in England, ca. 1845. Shallow with curved sides and everted and asymmetrical rim. The sides have pierced scrolls and geometric ornament. Scrolls and beading applied to rim. Swing handle comprises 4 c-scrolls with beading and foliage. Rests on pierced base with 4 solid and scrolled feet. Registration diamond dated 1845. A fine example of Victorian industrial design that captures the Rococo exuberance of the 1840s...
Art Nouveau wine bottle stand made by WMF (Wurttembergische Metalwaren Fabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1907. The silvered pewter reticulated form has interlacing Celtic inspired elements upon the sides as well as on each of it's footed supports. Firm's marks beneath. Dimensions: 3 1/8" H, 4 3/4" W.
Georgian wine funnel made in England circa 1810. This Sheffield plate example has a hand pierced strainer for filtering sediment from the wine and raised edging decoration. Dimensions: 4" W, 6" H.
A most unusual set-of-four master salts fashioned as wooden crates showing detailed planks. Sides have chased butterflies resting upon foliate branches. The silvered design from the English Aesthetic movement was by William Hutton & Sons in Sheffield circa 1885. Workshop marks beneath. Presented in original velvet and silk lined box. Dimensions: 1 7/8" W, 2 1/4" L, 1 3/4" H Each.
Meriden B Company Silver-plate Art Deco Antique Cream Pitcher or Low Gravy.
This beautiful Silver Plate item is stream lined and very timeless in design.
The Silver-plate is unpolished and the item has a wonderful original rich patina.
Little to nearly no wear to the original Silver-plate.
6 1/4" X 4 1/4" X 3 1/4"
The base is almost imperceptibly out of round which we are sure can be easily brought back to round. We will leave this to the new owner if they so wish to correct...
This toothpick is in the shape of a broken egg. The egg sits on angle. It is stamped on the base Wilcox Silver Plate Co. Quadruple Plate Stamp #1585. It is about 2 1/4" tall. the opening is 1 3/4" wide. The base is 3" by 2". No chips or damage. Circa 1900.