Fine large, 21 inch long, sterling silver mirrored plateau by Jean Francois Veyrat, 10 Rue De La Tour, Paris. This plateau features four cast silver hoof feet and a beveled mirror. In excellent condition with just normal antique wear to the mirror, it is fully hallmarked and has a wood bottom. Measures 21" long, 17" wide, and 2.25" high. Circa 1880.
Antique Sterling Silver Ladies Brooch hallmarked Chester 1914. It has lovely designs with a center half moon with a flower over it, a heart, and other flowers and leaves. It measures 1.75" long and .75" wide. The pinning mechanism is in good working order. Just a lovely pin!
Antique sterling silver handle magnifying glass that dates to George V with a hallmark of Sheffield 1912 and Yates Bros. silversmiths. The handle has crisscross ribbons and a cute bow at the end of the handle. The magnifying glass measures 5.25" long with the glass measuring 2" across. The glass is from a later date. Just an elegant piece!
Gorgeous ladies vanity jar with a sterling silver lid hallmarked Birmingham 1913 with James Deakin silversmith. The repousse lid has a blank round centered cartouche which can be personalized, gorgeous scrolls and flowers, and has a gold wash on the inside. It does have some scratches. The elegant cut glass bottom has a fluted bottom with a star cut base. It is very heavy and there are no chips or cracks. The jar measures 1.25" high, 3.75" long, and 1.75" wide. A very elegant jar.
Belle Epoque 950 silver covered vegetable dish. Made by Odiot in Paris. Bowl has curved sides with slashed lobing. Rim is molded, everted, and gently scrolled. Molded bracket side handles with foliate mounts. Dome cover has same slashed lobing and cast bud finial. Script monogram engraved on cover. Sumptuous and elegant. A great piece by this historic maker.
Dimensions: H (with cover): 7 3/4 x W 12 1/2 x D 10 1/8 in. Total weight: 44 troy ounces. BM239
Classic sterling silver picture frame. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1920. Oval with reeded rim and 2 ball supports. With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support. Hallmark includes no. B4108. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Frame: H 12 1/2 x W 9 1/8 in. Window: H 10 1/8 x W 7 1/4 in. AS619
Large sterling silver serving tray. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York in 1886. Solid rectangular well with round corners and flat rim. Rim has pierced arcade and lozenge pattern and scrolls and fans at corners. Distinctive. Hallmark includes date and no. 26. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1 x W 22 1/8 x D 17 1/2 in. Weight: 93 troy ounces. BM189
Exciting Art Deco sterling silver and pink gold desk box. Made by Charles & Richard Comyns in London in 1925. Rectangular with flat hinged cover and angular corners. Box and cover sides paneled with alternating horizontal bands in plain gold and engine-turned silver. Box and cover interior wood lined. Cover interior has vacant plaque. Box underside lined with black leather. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 2 x W 5 1/2 x D 3 2/3 in. BM248
Edwardian sterling silver desk box. Made by Arthur & John Zimmerman in Birmingham in 1901. Rectangular with curved corners. Cover is flat and hinged with scrolled tab. Box and cover interior cedar lined and partitioned. Large and substantial. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 2 3/4 x W 9 x D 5 7/8 in. BM252
Amusing shakudo brooch with copper and gold detail featuring a woman in repose. The brooch is braced by a sterling silver mount. Made in Japan. Meiji period, ca. 1880. Excellent condition with fabulous patina.
Length: 2 3/8 in. #1120
Charming rectangular Shakudo brooch with gold and silver detail featuring a laughing man. The brooch is braced by a 12K gold mount. Made in Japan. Meiji era, ca. 1880. Excellent condition with fine patina.
Dimensions: H 7/8 x L 1 7/8 in. #1119
A delightful Shakudo brooch featuring a laughing face with exaggerated features including large copper lips as well as copper rope detail. Made in Japan. Meiji era, ca. 1880. Excellent condition with lovely patina.
Dimensions: H 3/4 x L 1 3/4 in. #1118
Sterling silver loving cup. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Bowl has straight sides on short stem mounted to stepped foot. Three scroll bracket handles with foliate mounts. Gilt interior. A winner’s cup with lots of room for engraving. The pattern (no. 11067) was first produced in 1891. Hallmark includes director’s letter m (1907-47). Excellent condition with rich patina.
Dimensions: H 9 2/3 x W 9 ¼ x D 7 in. Weight: 50 troy ounces. BM290
Large inkwell with silver overlay. Made by Black, Starr & Frost in New York, ca. 1890. Rectangular clear glass with chamfered corners and shoulders and tubular well. Silver rim collar and hinged bun cover. Foliate scroll overlay heightened with engraving. Overlay is thick and dynamic. Hallmark includes no. 366. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 4 1/2 x W 3 x D 3 in. BM209
Gilded Age sterling silver letter rack. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York in 1892. Plain rectangular base mounted on corner scroll supports with applied scallop shells. Three partitions with symmetrical scrolls, flowers, and foliage. Ornament is chased, engraved, and pierced. Partitions joined by scrolled stretchers. For majorly important correspondence. Hallmark includes date and no. 15. Very good condition with delicate patina.
Dimensions: H 7 3/4 x W 9 1/2 x D 3 1/3 in...
Lovely Art Nouveau tankard cup with sinuous florals dancing about the form in relief. Chased elements enhance the flowers. A curving handle with beaded foliate work completes the design. Hallmarks: Henry Wigfull, Sheffield 1903. Dimensions: 3 3/4" H., 4" W. to handle.
Pair of sumptuous Regency sterling silver 3-light candelabra. Made by IW in Sheffield in 1819. Each: tapering and fluted shaft on raised and scrolled foot. Set in shaft is central socket to which are mounted two scrolled and reeded arms, each terminating in single socket. Scrolls and acanthus leaves. Foliate cover with flame finial for conversion to 2-light. Can also be converted to candlesticks. Weighted. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with fine patina...
George V sterling silver lady’s shoe. Made by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes in Chester in 1913. Fancy body with raised scrolls and flowers on stippled ground and applied bow. Sole and heel plain. Gilt interior. A fun boudoir accessory. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 4 1/4 x W 8 x D 2 1/2 in. Weight: 5.3 troy ounces.
In leather-bound case with silk lining and fitted velvet. BM113