Art Nouveau silver gilt and enamel chocolate spoon by Unger Bros. in Newark, ca. 1890. Shallow bowl and curved stem with scrolls and flowers. Fluid and asymmetrical. Soft gilt wash heightened with enamel. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich patina and strong color.
Length: 4 1/2 in. BI956
Victorian sterling silver tea strainer. Made by Martin, Hall & Co. in Sheffield in 1891. Pierced and conical bowl, flat and reeded rim, and swing handle. Spare and functional. A great gift for a tea lover. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1 1/4 x D 2 in. BI955
George V sterling silver vase. Made by Walker & Hall in Sheffield in 1914. Tapering and faceted sides on stepped hexagonal foot. Wide mouth with baluster gallery. Baluster gallery repeated at base. A fine piece in the geometric style.
Dimensions: H 11 x W 4 2/3 x D 5 1/8 in. Weight: 12.2 troy ounces. BL421
Antique Dutch silver peppermint box. Trefoil with hinged cover. Low-relief scenes of rural labor, including butter churning and plowing. Reeding to cover rim and base rim. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1 1/4 x W 1 1/4 x D 1 1/8 in. BI566
Art Nouveau sterling silver footed bowl. Made by International in Meriden, ca. 1900. Plain well with wavy and molded rim. Asymmetrical and chased ornament: flowers, foliage, and shapes, including crescents and circles. Plain conical support. Hallmark includes no. C4144. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 5 ½ x W 5 1/2 x D 5 1/4 in. Weight: 3.8 troy ounces. BL709
Sterling silver pin tray. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, 1902-1907. Tubular well and everted rim. Well sides slashed. Rim has dense and graduated scrolls. Symmetrical but dynamic. The pattern (no. 10451) was first produced in 1890. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich patina.
Dimensions: H 1/2 x W 6 1/2 x D 3 1/8 in. Weight: 2.5 troy ounces. BE946
Featuring a fine and beautiful little antique English sterling silver pill or trinket box with inlaid Scottish grey banded agate. Gold washed interior. Dimensions: 1 1/4" square x 1/2" high. Finely engraved designs in silver around agate stones. Stamped with English hallmarks, lion, anchor(Birmingham) and date mark of i, c.1908 and makers mark, J.W.K. Excellent condition! The last photo has some dirt on the lower left corner agate that has since been removed(see first photo). Weight: 16.1 grams...
Circa 1900, this little pig shaker can be used for salt, pepper or spices. It is nicely detailed, with a curly tail. It measures approximately 2.75" long and .75" wide. The head detaches for refills. It is in excellent condition. It has a hallmark on his neck and belly that are unreadable, it has tested as sterling.
Who? Who? has the pepper? This charming wise owl is the perfect companion for any intellectual dinner party. Circa 1900, it is crafted of 800 silver and well detailed. His head unscrews to refill salt or pepper. It measures approximately 1.5" wide and 3" tall. It is in excellent condition.
Imagine this little guy hopping across your table providing everyone with salt or pepper! He is intricately detailed all the way down to his feet. His head unscrews to refill salt or pepper. He stands up well and does not wobble. He is marked "800" on his tail and was probably made sometime around 1910. He measures approximately 3" long and 2.5" tall and is in excellent condition.
Circa 1900, these beautifully detailed sterling silver birds will add elegance to any table set up. They are very intricate and each of their heads detaches for refills of salt and pepper. They measure approximately 5 3/4" long and 2" tall. Each is marked "sterling." They are in excellent condition.
Fancy American 12 inch sterling silver ladle-marked by maker as well as sterling stamp-no repairs or condition problems -Belle Epoch period
Spectacularly fancy French Ladle-Belle Epoch period-has scallop shaped bowl with gold wash-12 inches long-has French makers mark as well Sterling 925 fine over 1000-no condition problems or repairs
Antique Dutch 833 silver pail-form peppermint box. Ovoid with straight and tapering sides and crimped foot rim. Cover is hinged with scalloped top rim. Low-relief scenes of chubby cherubs in labor and repose. With ring mounts. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with muted patina.
Dimensions: H 1 3/4 x W 1 2/3 x D 1 1/3 in. Weight: 1 troy ounce. BI567
Bone china footed bowl with silver overlay. Made by Lenox in Trenton, ca. 1910. Bowl has curved sides, raised foot, and petal rim. Floral garland painted on white ground. Rim has foliate silver overlay. Foot rim has silver collar. A great piece of American Belleek. Marked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 3 ½ x D 6 in. BD489
Sterling silver portable medicine spoon. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1920. Hinged teaspoon and tablespoon bowls with central handle. Handle has pierced geometric ornament. Hallmark includes no. 514. Excellent condition.
Length (open): 6 2/3 in. Length (closed): 2 ¾ in. Weight: 1.4 troy ounces. BI462
Three antique sterling silver serving piece in Frontenac pattern. Made by International in Meriden, Conn. This group comprises 1 long-handled olive fork (8 1/2 in.), 1 long-handled olive spoon (8 1/4 in.), and 1 cold meat fork (6 2/3 in.).
A fine trio in this pattern, which was first produced in 1903. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich patina and attractive period wear.
Total weight: 3.6 troy ounces. BI954
Sterling silver serving tray. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca. 1900. Ovoid with truncated ends. Open tubular end handles. Pierced oval gallery bisected by solid lozenge band. Beaded base and molded rim. Flowers and scrolls engraved at ends – center is vacant. Rests on 8 flattened ball supports. The pattern (no. 8995) was first produced in 1886. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 2 x W 20 1/3 x D 13 ¾ in. Weight: 79 troy ounces. BL900