Beautiful antique sterling silver handle and Sheffield steel shoe horn. For the man that has everything! The handle is very elegant and detailed on both sides and is hallmarked Birmingham 1906. The horn measures 7" long and the sterling silver handle measures about 2.5" long. The horn is marked Sheffield Steel and has some scratches. An elegant gift!
A vintage Art Nouveau 3-3/8" long sterling handled letter seal c1900-10. This writing accessory has no engraved monogram, it is stamped STERLING, and it is in excellent condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use. Small packet air shipping to the U.S. starts at $9.50 (other spots may vary)...
Diminutive, Antique Box, unmarked, but tests positive as Sterling Silver, stylized Sleeping Lion Lid. Was likely used either as a snuff box or a patch box, measuring just over 1.5" (3.81 cm) long, 1" (2.54 cm) wide, and .75" (1.90 cm) tall. Condition is quite good, as seen, with some of the metal worn away at the "floor" around the lion, although the patina nicely camouflages this for display; plus other wear as seen in photos...
Finely crafted silver box with inset ivory cupid plaque, 800 silver and maker mark on the base, this item should be German or Italian, from late 19th century period. Size; Measurements of the box are 3"L x 1 5/8"H x 1 1/4"D. Condition Report; Good condition, no imperfections.
Gorgeous antique sterling silver lid and etched glass ladies jar/box/pot. The lid has exquisite details of florals, scrolls, leaves, etc., with a centered banner that is blank and could easily be customized. The edge of the silver lid is ruffled. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1901. The glass etched box is beautiful with an intricate design. There are no chips or cracks and I could find nothing wrong with it. It measures 3.5" long, 1.25" wide and 1" high. This would make an elegant gift!
In simple yet refined and elegant form, this vermeil silver ecclesiastical chalice retains the original paten, and original gilding. With hallmarks indicating 19th century France (punch Minerva, triangular makers mark, and other unclear mark), the chalice measures 9 3/4" high with a base of 6" in diameter, and weighs approximately 13 ounces. In very good condition, with very minor scuffs and tiny dents, the gilding is uniform (more loss to paten), with very strong color in the cup...
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...
6" wide, 13.6 troy oz. Double struck, marks plainly visible.
This set of 6 porcelain dessert cups in sterling silver holders was produced in the United States by Ceramic Art Company, Lenox between 1889 and 1906. The sterling silver holders are marked sterling without a maker’s mark. The weight of the 6 sterling holders is approximately 11.6 troy ounces. The cups have a diameter of 3 1/2 inches and are 1 7/8 inches high. The silver has a beautiful art nouveau style repousse design done in heavy gage sterling...
Rare set of 6 Animal Serviette Rings, Birmingham 1920, C. & C. Hodgetts. Each depicting a different animal surmounted on a wishbone. Original Fitted Box.
Well crafted Burmese repousse Stupa Shaped Silver Ink Well, with removable top and drawer to base, the inkwell decorated in high relief with dragons, Buddha and other motifs, from 19th century era. Size; Measurements of this item are appx. 6 1/8 inches in height and 2 5/8 inches in width in very good condition.
Well crafted Burmese repousse silver dish, the dish engraved and worked in repousse featuring immortals encircling the cavetto around a peacock chiseled to the center, from late 19th century period. Size; Diameter of dish is appx. 7 1/4 inches with no condition concerns.
Sterling silver desk box. Made by Fratelli Cacchione in Milan, ca. 1970. Retailed by Cartier. Rectangular with round corners and hinged cover. Reeding to cover and foot rims. Very smart. Hallmark includes retailer’s mark. Excellent condition with good patina.
Dimensions: L 10 x H 2 x W 6 ¼ inches. Weight: 42 troy ounces. BH955
Art Nouveau sterling silver cake plate. Made by Tiffany in New York, ca. 1901. Unusual fan-form bouquet, with each stem topped by a lush blossom. Unusual contrast between the stylized foliage and realistic flowers. Form suggestive of peacock’s tail, another motif in fashion at the turn of the century. Heart-form cartouche is blank for engraving. Rests on 4 scrolled-ball supports. The pattern (no. 14665) was first produced in 1901. Excellent condition with nice patina...
Pair of 950 silver and crystal decanters. Made by Pierre Queille in Paris, ca. 1890. Each: baluster crystal body with twisted fluting. Silver mounts are circular silver foot, cylindrical neck, helmet mouth with hinged cover, and double-scroll handle. Exuberant scrolls and foliage evoke the frothy elegance of the mid-18th century. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with attractive patina.
Dimensions: L 7 x H 11 ½ x D 4 ¼ inches.BL205