Pair of Victorian sterling silver heart-form napkin rings. Made in Birmingham in 1897. Each: castellated rims and dense and engraved ornament. Discreet strapwork monogram. A romantic twosome that comes in a leather bound-case lined with flamboyant scarlet silk and velvet lining. A gift to be treasured. Fully hallmarked with indistinct maker’s mark. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 2 x W 1 3/4 x D 1 in. Total weight: 1.8 troy ounces. Case dimensions: H 2 1/3 x W 3 1/2 x D 2 1/4 in...
George III sterling silver covered vegetable dish. Made by Paul Storr in London in 1811.
Rectangular with tapering sides and gadrooned rim. Armorial cherub’s head engraved on both sides. Raised cover has gadrooned rim on top and applied and engraved armorial on side. Detachable snake handle on foliate mount. Cover interior has gadrooned rim. Cover can also be used as serving dish. First-rate craftsmanship and elegant and functional design.
Dimensions: H 6 3/4 x W 12 1/8 x D 9 in...
Clear glass decanter bottle with silver overlay. Made by Alvin in Providence, ca. 1900.Baluster body, lobed shoulders, and faceted neck. Stopper is faceted lozenge with short plug. Fruiting grapevine and basket motif. Beautiful ornament that leaves plenty of open space to appreciate the hue of your favorite wine. Discreet script monogram. Hallmark includes no. 3741 and 999/1000. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 12 1/4 x W 3 1/2 x D 3 1/2 in. BL823
Japanese silver flask, ca. 1900. Ovoid body with wrap-around and applied dragon – a scary, scaly, and slithery monster. Bun cover is hinged, threaded, and cork-lined, and has raised cloud ornament. Hallmarked Japanese characters. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 5 ¾ x W 4 x W 2 in. Weight: 6.5 troy ounces. BI119
Sterling silver trinket box. Made by Jacobi & Jenkins in Baltimore, ca. 1900. Squat and round box with short neck and bun cover. Beautiful floral repousse – daisies, dahlias, and forget-me-nots. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich patina.
Dimensions: H 3 x D 4 1/4 in. Weight: 6.5 troy ounces. BL502
German sterling silver and enamel picture frame. Square frame with circular window. Enameled pink roses on engine-turned yellow ground. Gilt-black border. Includes a bust portrait of an elegant 18th-century lady – possibly watercolor, though not examined out of frame. With glass and hinged support. Hallmarked “935 Sterling Germany.” Excellent condition with strong color.
Dimensions: Frame: H 2 2/3 x W 2 2/3 in. Window: D 1 1/2 in. BJ313
This Masonic-themed spoon is marked STERLING F.A. WHELAN. Both sides of the bowl, the hilt, and the tip are gold washed. It has lots of Masonic symbolism incorporated into the design. The dates on the spoon handle (1732-1799) are the birth and death dates for George Washington, who was a Mason. We were told that the spoon is approximately 100 years old. It measures 4-1/8", and weighs 10.9g...
Hallmarks for London 1888 and makers initials JB.
The inscription on the top reads ‘U Birkbeck Esq From RWE FFolkes 1891’
Two of Norfolk’s famous families, the Birkbeck family own the West Acre Estate with the hall being sold just a few years ago to sculptor Anthony Gormley who is famous for ‘The angel of the North’ and the FFolkes family seat is The Aillington Estate...
George III sterling silver tablespoon. Made by Robert Clark in Edinburgh in 1762. Tapering handle with round terminal. Deep and elongated ovoid bowl. Script monogram on reverse. Hallmarked. Nice patina and period wear.
Length: 8 in. Weight: 2 troy ounces. BI936
Edwardian sterling silver vase. Made in 1910 for George Edward & Sons in Glasgow. Tapering and curved sides, raised foot, and flared and scalloped rim with applied c-scrolls. Lion’s head mounts with loose ovoid rings. The pattern (no. 521534) was registered in 1908. Hallmark includes retailer’s name and Sheffield mark. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 7 7/8 x W 4 x D 3 2/3 in. Weight: 10 troy ounces. BL407
Antique European vase in 900 silver. Globular body with applied berries, stepped foot, and straight and tapering neck. Hallmarked 900 and triangle inset with letters AL. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 5 7/8 D 2 1/8 in. Weight: 3 troy ounces. BI650
Set of 6 American sterling silver nut dishes in form of grape leaf, ca. 1900. Each: lozenge form leaf with engraved veins and chased grape bunches. Open vine handle. Butler finish. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1/2 x W 3 1/3 x D 3 1/2 in. Total weight: 3.6 troy ounces. BA557
Antique sterling silver centerpiece or fruit bowl by Shreve, Crump & Low. Measures 14" x 9 1/2" and stands 2 3/4" tall. Wonderfully decorated rim with detailed shell & scroll design in high relief. Total weight is 435 grams. This bowl is in excellent original condition, and is marked Sterling and Shreve, Crump & Low.
This is a beautiful antique silver tray from Wallace. The design is art nouveau and these popular silver poppy pieces from Wallace have look reminiscent of Tiffany. This silver 11 1/12 inch tray is in excellent condition. It weighs 348 grams.
Absolutely gorgeous chased sterling silver lid and rectangular glass dressing jar with star cut base. The lid is hallmarked London 1870 and made by Chapman, Son & Co. The lid has a beautiful machine turned lid with 6 little holes for breathing. The box measures 3.5" long, 1.75" high and 2.25" wide. There are no chips or cracks except one little chip on the outside corner of the jar. The glass is very heavy and thick. A beautiful toilet jar!
Gorgeous sterling silver repousse lid and 12 sided glass jar. The lid has beautiful plumes, scrolls, and florals with a blank center cartouche which can be personalized. I could find only 2 very minor dents. The inside has a gold wash. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1910 with W.J. Wyatt & Co. silversmiths. The jar measures 1.75" high and a little over 1.5" across. There are no chips or cracks to the glass. A wonderful jar!
Black Starr & Frost Sterling Silver Basket
Black Starr and Frost sterling silver basket Swing handle basket with pierced lattice decoration. Excellent condition with good patina
and hand made quality .Dimensions: H 4 1/4 x W 6.75 x D 11 1/2 inches. H (with handle): 14 inches. Weight: 14.5 troy ounces
Sterling silver bean-back form cufflinks made by the Unger Bros. workshop in New Jersey circa 1900. The firm is highly regarded for their turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau designs. The oval cufflinks have swirling elements in high relief. 1/2" W., 3/4" L.