Walker and Hall, Sheffield, 19th C.
Rare design Art Nouveau pewter Photograph Frame, Austria, Argentor, C.1900, stamped M.H. with eagle, Max Hacger. The frame depicting lady amidst floral decoration with flowing hair and dress. Stamped on reverse. With eagle mark MH. Overall:- Height: 9 inches. Width: 6.75 inches.
Antique Georgian Silver Wine Funnel, London 1814, Charles Fox 1. The Funnel of typical form, the base with gadroon surround, fluted body, strap work funnel, shell thumbpiece. Marked on body and strainer. Height: 5 ¾ inches. Weight: 103.62 grams.
Sterling silver cheese knife in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co., ca. 1890. Long stem and curved and concave blade. Double-sided ornament. Blade has double-sided gilding. Historic monogram and date (June 6th, 1895). Hallmark includes the mark of the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893, and the letter M for the directorship of Edward Moore (1873-1891). An early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1880. Excellent condition with rich patina.
Length: 6 ½ in...
Victorian sterling silver jewelry box. Made by Charles Edwards in London in 1895. Straight sides and hinged cover. Crimped rim and foot rim. Half gadrooning on sides. Cover has oval cartouche (vacant) with pointille border and radiating gadroons. Box interior has red velvet lining with gold braid border. Box underside lined with brown leather. Cover interior lightly gilt. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 4 ½ x W 8 ¾ x D 5 ½ in. Weight: 38.9 troy ounces. BI623
French sterling silver pepper mill. Concave pillar with rotating bun cover and disc finial. Hallmarked “Sterling.” On hardware stamped “Made in France.”
Dimensions: H 3 ¾ x D 2 in. BI539
Set of 8 cordials in crystal and sterling silver. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1900, for Spaulding & Co. in Chicago. Each: crystal bowl with flared rim and etched fruiting grapevine. Support is sterling silver: short stem and raised foot with c-scroll rim and chased flowers and shells. Hallmark includes model no. D1157.
Dimensions: H 3 x D 1 7/8 in. BI593
Sterling silver mustard spoon in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co., ca. 1890. Long stem and round bowl. Double-sided ornament. Bowl interior gilt. Historic monogram. Hallmark includes the mark of the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893, and the letter M for the directorship of Edward Moore (1873-1891). An early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1880. Excellent condition with rich patina.
Length: 5 ¼ in. Weight: 1.1 troy ounces. BL352
This Masonic 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...
An ornate and extremely well-made silver plated roll top bacon or breakfast server c1880. This beauty has reeded legs with claw and ball feet, Greek style square handles, a threaded finger lift for the rolltop and a fancy pierced drip insert which sits in the removable inner dish...
British Colonial Singapore Horse Racing Silver Sweetmeat Dish
The handles on this piece are in the form of horses heads, beautifully engraved with ‘The Singapore Turf Club’. Stamped to the base ‘Silver’, octagonal sides with a round graduated foot.
Most interesting for horse racing enthusiasts and admirers of The British Empire. Old price label to the underside.
Size: 13.5cm wide Weight: 96g
This most interesting quirky pair of salts bear hallmarks for Sheffield 1899 and makers initials H A for Henry Atkin who specialised in tableware, but not many in this style.
Each has three cartouches inscribed ‘Gopeng’, ‘CE’ and ’18-6-98’.
Beautifully embossed with wavy rims. A useful and interesting pair from the Days of The Raj.
Very nice quality! Sterling silver 3/4-pint flask with black enamel camels. Front depicts a camel quenching its thirst among desert palms. Reverse with a camel swallowing, its head tilted upward. Made by Ahrendt & Kautzman with workshops in Newark and Rhode Island from 1915-22. Dimensions: 5" W., 7 1/8" H.
Set with orange guilloche enamelling with hand painted cartouche to centre of neoclassical courting couple beneath a tree.
Hallmarked sterling silver Birks and Hallmark of ship.
Condition Report: The mirror has blemished to silvering & two losses to the top. Guilloche enamelling to the front of the mirror has a minor loss to ends at the top left & top right areas.
Hallmarks fully legible. The reverse of the mirror has a tiny 3 x 1mm loss to the top. The painted area is undamaged...
Sterling silver 3-handled trophy cup. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1898. Concave with 3 c-scroll handles, foot ring, and petal rim. Handles have foliate mounts. Applied floral garland near rim. Cup interior lightly gilt. Hallmark includes date symbol and model no. A236. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 8 1/8 x W 9 ½ x D 7 in. Weight: 50 troy ounces. BI560
Pair of sterling silver covered vegetable dishes. Made by Theodore B. Starr in New York, ca. 1910.
Each: squat and curved oval bowl on 4 paw feet with floral mounts. C-scroll handles mounted at ends with foliate mounts. Raised cover with repousse scrolls and c-scroll handle with foliate mounts. Rim has chased scrollwork with repousse scroll border. Sumptuous and elegant. Hallmark includes model no. 168.
Dimensions: H 6 x W 11 ½ x D 7 ¾ in. Total weight: 80 troy ounces. BI547
Pair of Belle Epoque cut-glass decanters with 950 silver mounts. Made by Andre Aucoc in Paris, ca. 1900.
Each: baluster body in clear glass with cut and faceted diaper pattern. Raised foot, cylindrical neck, hinged cover and spout, and scrolled bracket handle, all in silver. Raised borders with leaf-and-dart, egg-and-dart, and palmette ornament. Pierced borders with stylized floral ornament. Spout in form of eagle head with foliate mount. Cover has berry finial...
Sterling silver centerpiece bowl on plateau. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1900. Bowl is squat and curved with raised foot on foliate supports. Rim is turned-down and scrolled. Plateau is raised with 4 foliate supports. Repousse and chased flowers, scrolls, and foliage. Bowl interior lightly gilt. With brass frog...