A fine Mid Nineteenth Century silver basket in floral repousse. The basket with two handles on a raised leaf base with an openwork basin. The piece is hallmarked with the maker's mark ALF 1858. An additional mark H & Co also appears. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 4 1/8", Depth 11", Width 13 3/4". Weight: 21.5 troy ounces.
The perfect companion for that special piece of jewelry! This ring box is sterling silver made by Birks. The domed top has a gold wash on the inside and a crest with a lion. The velvet ring portion is padded to protect its contents. It measures 1.5" in diameter and 1.25" tall (when the box is closed).
The hinge is in good working condition, there is a small dent on the side of the bottom (please see picture # 6)...
A German 800 silver tea caddy circa 1900. The caddy has a domed top with floral repousse. Each of the sides with scenic images with cherubs framed with scrolled acanthus leaves. The base is stamped with hallmarks
and he 800 stanard mark. The top is engraved with the initials E.D.H. and the base has an engraved presentation inscription with a 1911 date. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 5", Depth 4", Width 4". Weight: 10.11 troy ounces.
A 19th. century German Silver Basket embossed with a central panel of Putto and surrounded by a pierced floral border. It has a silver mark to the central panel as can be seen in the photograph. It is in perfect condition, weighs slightly under 1 kilo and measures 44.5 cms. by 37.5 cms.
A fine and ornate pair of Jacobi & Jenkins sterling silver repousse bowls, circa 1900. Each with a wide floral band on the sides centering a smooth well with scrolling engraved monograms. Condition is very good with surface wear in the well consistent with age. Dimensions: Height 2", Depth 8 3/8", Width 10 1/4". Total weight 25.1 troy ounces.
A pair of Stieff Rose sterling silver repousse compotes, mid 20th Century. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 4 1/8", Width 5 1/2". Weight 10.2 troy ounces.
A Stieff sterling silver demitasse pot, (1892 holloware). Condition is very fine with wear consistent with age. Dimensions: Height 9 1/2", Width 9". Weight 11.11 troy ounces. Date mark "R" for 1951.
A fine Nineteenth Century sterling silver heart shaped box made by Dominick & Haff, 1888. The repousse surface has swirling acanthus vines, floral blossoms, and two birds flanking a monogram reserve on the lid. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 1 1/2", Depth 3 7/8", Width 3 5/8". The base marked Tilden Thurber & Co. Sterling. The Dominick & Haff hallmark shows the year date of 1888. Condition is excellent. Weight 4.37 troy ounces.
A sterling silver Mexican miniature sombrero from the Maciel workshop. The sombrero is engraved with and eagle and snake motif. The brim has floral decoration. Condition is excellent. The underside signed Maciel 925/1000 Sterling. Height 2 1/4", Width 4 3/8". Weight: 2.46 troy ounces.
This pretty repousse STERLING SILVER POCKET POSTAL LETTER SCALE is a charming rarity from the turn of the century. You clip the letter or item you want to weigh to the clip/holder, then hold the ring on top and the spring loaded scale then shows the weight of the clipped item. The scale has increments up to 8 ounces. One side is marked with the increments and the other is marked STERLING.
Measures 3" long
Large sterling silver jewelry box. Made by Kerr in Newark, ca. 1910. Rectangular with straight sides. Cover is hinged and raised with tapering tab. Allover etched flowers and scrolls. On cover is central oval cartouche (vacant). Box and cover interior lined with red velvet. For a lady’s special things. Hallmark includes model no. 1508E. Excellent condition with good definition and crisp corners.
Dimensions: H 2 ½ x W 8 ½ x D 5 ½ in. Weight (with velvet): 29.3 troy ounces. BH375
Art Nouveau sterling silver bowl. Made by Meriden Britannia (part of International) in Meriden, Conn., ca. 1890. Repousse teardrop lobing (suggestive of peacock eye feather) on sides. Scrolls and flowers applied to rim. Plain well. Hallmark includes model no. 510. Excellent condition with nuanced patina.
Dimensions: H 1 ¼ x D 6 in. Weight: 2.5 troy ounces. BI520
Sterling silver trumpet vase. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca. 1913. Flared rim and stepped and raised foot. Molded band near rim. Suggestion of knop at base. Subtle. The pattern (no. 18594) was first produced in 1913. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 14 x D 5 ½ in. Weight: 19 troy ounces. BI579
Sterling silver square salver. Made by JE Caldwell in Philadelphia, ca. 1890. Square with round corners and 4 capped scroll supports. Well has central strapwork cartouche (vacant) and latticed ground inset with quatrefoils. Floral repousse border and rim with incised wave ornament. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 1 ¼ x W 10 x D 10 in. Weight: 22 troy ounces. BL335
George V sterling silver and enamel golf trophy. Made by Reid & Sons in Newcastle in 1920. Tapering sides, stepped and flared foot, flared rim, and scrolled-bracket side handles. Repousse studding and studded foliate mounts at handle bases. Enamel plaque depicting mature men in flat caps and plus fours on the green.
The trophy was awarded for the Foursome Tobacco Challenge Bowl by the Robert Sinclair Tobacco Co. Ltd. The winners’ names, beginning in 1921, are engraved on the back...
Pair of German 800 silver spice boxes in form of snipes. Each: long legs and talons, hinged wings, and detachable head with long and pointed beak. Attractive birds with compact feathered bodies and beady vacant stare. Hallmarked. Fine definition and rich patina.
Dimensions: H 6 ¼ x W 11 x D 2 ¾ in. Total weight: 24.1 troy ounces. BI611
Sterling silver basket. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Ovoid bowl on raised oval foot. Swing handle. Plain well bordered by chased strapwork and foliage. Raised fretwork border to rim, foot rim, and handle. The pattern (no. 1879) was first produced in 1865. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H (with handle): 10 ¾ in. H (without handle): 4 ¼ x W 11 ¾ x D 9 ¼ in. Weight: 27.5 troy ounces. BI631
George V sterling silver vase. Made by Martin, Hall in Birmingham in 1914. Tapering sides. Gallery with wave rim and linear openwork and cinquefoils. Raised square base. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 7 ¾ x D 3 in. Weight: 7.7 troy ounces. BI480