10,5" high. Bearing later Monogram
Neoclassical sterling silver double inkwell on stand. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1900. Rectangular with chamfered corners and 8 lobed bun supports. On sides are raised rinceaux and vases framed by pilasters and incised lines alternating with paterae. On top are raised garlands and ram’s heads and engraved scrollwork and rinceaux. Vertical and rectilinear case for scroll calendar mounted to back (case is vacant). Paneled spaces for pens and bottles...
Victorian sterling silver wine decanter. Made by Edward & Sons in Glasgow, Scotland in 1895. Ovoid body, spread foot, s-scroll handle with foliate cap, v-spout, and hinged dome cover with ornamental finial. Chased and repousse ornament: classical figures in arcade bordered by strapwork, masks, swags, and rosettes. One arch has engraved strapwork monogram and one is vacant. A beautiful revival design. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 10 3/4 x W 6 1/4 in. x D 4 1/2 in...
Art Nouveau sterling silver petal-form nut dishes. Each: overlapping petals with striation and asymmetrical rim. Hallmarked “Sterling 1631.” Excellent condition with rich patina.
Dimensions: H 1 x D 3 1/8 in. Total weight: 3.2 troy ounces. BF213
Sterling silver tea and coffee set in modern Adams style. Made by Barbour (part of International), ca. 1915, for Berry & Whitmore Co.. This set comprises 1 kettle with cover on stand, 1 coffeepot with cover, 1 teapot with cover. 1 creamer, 1 sugar with cover, and 1 waste bowl.
All: upward tapering and faceted and molded rims. Engraved fretwork and garland cartouches (vacant). All covers domed and faceted with lobed finial. Kettle, coffeepot, and teapot covers hinged...
Sterling silver repousse coffeepot. Made by JE Caldwell in Philadelphia. Baluster body, hinged bun cover with finial, covered v-spout, scroll handle, and raised foot. Body and cover decorated with floral repousse and leaf-and-dart ornament on stippled ground. Handle is branch form. Spout has engraved flowers and chased foliage. Presentation dated 1879 engraved on foot underside. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich patina.
Dimensions: H 7 7/8 x W 6 x D 4 1/2 in...
A classic 19th century French silver tastevin of traditional form and the bottom inset with a silver coin from the reign of Louis XV. The sides of the tastevin are decorated with the traditional raised "perles", recessed "cupules" and elgongated "godrons" for viewing the depth of color in a wine...
Fine antique 800 silver & turquoise European tray, 800 silver marke, late 19th/early 20th century era. Size; Dimensions are 1 5/8" H x 5 1/4” W x 5 1/4” D. Weight: 5 TOZ, No condition issues.
Antique German WMF Art Nouveau silver plate tray, decorated with a beauty in sitting position surrounded bu grape stems and leaves, representative of wine, marked on the handle, early 20th century period. Size; Measurements are 8 3/4” H x 11” W. No condition concerns.
Beautifully designed and crafted German Rococo style silver double-footed vase, vase is decorated with cupids surrounded by floral design and a young boy sitting at the middle playing harp, this item is supported by four legs, from late 19th century period. Measurements are as follows, height of 7 3/4 and width of 11 inches, total weight is 18.005 troy ounces. No condition issues noted. Provenance: From the Estate of Stephen Stackpole.
Pair of well designed and crafted continental silver pierced goblets, each designed with a boy riding a dolphin supporting the top pierced bowl, both with unidentified marks, 19th century period. Size; Height of each item is 5-3/4 inches long with total weight of 575 grams.
Lovely romanticized Art Nouveau wine bottle stand from the famous WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany, circa 1907. Flowing florals rise above a series of six fish as they swim through wave-like Art Nouveau tendrils. Workshop marks beneath. Dimensions: 3" H., 4 3/4" W.
Georg Roth & Co. hallmarked German sterling silver dish. Small four-footed dish with motifs of cherubs, scrolls, and leaves. Marked underneath "Sterling" and "Germany". Also marked with an "A" under a crown, a Hanau pseudo-mark linked to Georg Roth & Co. MEASUREMENTS: 4-1/2" x 3-1/4" x 2-1/2" high. Approximately 4.87 troy ounces total. CONDITION: Light surface wear.
Two sterling silver dresser items. Includes: 1) Gorham Sterling oblong dresser box. Monogrammed in reserve on lid "GMS". Marked underneath for Gorham, "Sterling", and "B19". 5" x 1-1/2" wide. 2) Sterling tray marked with an "L" in a triangle and "Sterling". Possibly La Pierre. 6" x 2-3/4". Approximately 3.69 troy ounces total. CONDITION: Light surface scratches from use.
DESCRIPTION: Very well crafted four pieces Indian tested approximately coin silver tea set. Motif of attendants with figural handles and elephant finials. Includes: one 5" teapot with hinged lid, one 4" lidded sugar bowl, one 4" lidded creamer, and one 3" open creamer, late 19th century period. Approximately 46.14 troy ounces.
Pair of Knight's helmet sterling silver pepper casters by George Unite and Sons, Birmingham, 1881. These scarce pepper pots or shakers were created by the specialist silversmith firm of George Unite in 1881-1882. They are not weighted and are crafted in the form of a medieval knight's armored helmet with pierced and movable visor...
A solid sterling silver figure of a standing male horse by S. Kirk and Son of Baltimore. Excellent condition, doesn't wobble. Size: 3 5/8 inches length x 3 inches ht. Weight: 279 grams or 8.99 troy ounces. Marked on the underside with S. Kirk & Son sterling and the numeral 3 within a circle. This horse is not weighted and not hollow cast but cast in solid sterling silver. Very well modeled.
Finely crafted large German silver caster, in style of Rococo, depicting two puttis surrounded by floral design, 19th century period, silver mark to the base. Size; Height of caster is 6 inches with total weight of 7.7 OZ. Condition Report; Great condition without any issues.