Sterling silver 6-inch ruler. Made by Tiffany in New York. A sweet gift for a school teacher. Hallmarked. Weight: 2.2 troy ounces. LZ128
American clear glass decanter and stopper with 970 silver basket overlay, ca. 1915. The decanter is concave with concave cylindrical neck. Ball stopper has short plug. Basket-weave overlay. Stopper top is solid silver. Hallmarked “Silver 970.” Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 11 ½ x D 5 ½ in. BI068
German 812 silver casket, ca. 1875. Box is rectangular with straight sides and open ornament: Renaissance scenes of courting couple, musicians, and bearded sage carried in a sedan chair. Cover is arched and hinged with foliate tab and open scrolls and flowers. Hinged double-scroll handle mounted to cover. Box rests on 4 bun feet. Box interior has cobalt glass liner. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 4 7/8 x W 4 ½ x D 3 ¼ in...
Sterling silver porringer with Noah’s Ark motif. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1920. Straight sides, molded rim, and scroll handle. Exterior encircled with animals, including elephants, ostriches, and lions in polychrome enamel. Excellent condition with good color.
Dimensions: H 1 ½ x W 5 ½ x D 4 in. Weight: 3 troy ounces. BI134
Modern 800 silver serving tray. Made by Greggio Rino in Padua. Rectangular with curved sides and molded rim. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H ¾ x W 18 1/3 x D 13 1/3 in. Weight: 49 troy ounces. BH676
Rectangular sterling silver desk box. Made by Tiffany in New York. The cover is hinged with molded rim. Box interior cedar lined and partitioned. Cover interior lightly gilt. Fine postwar Tiffany. The pattern number is 23520. Excellent condition with crisp corners.
Dimensions: H 2 x W 9 ¼ x D 4 in. BI158
Art Nouveau 800 silver centerpiece. Made by Sy & Wagner in Berlin, ca. 1900. Ovoid with curvilinear base and 4 lobed supports. Loop handles with internal scroll at ends. Foliage, daisies, and linear ornament applied to exterior. Cherub figure mounted to each handle. A symmetrical and controlled design that conveys the fluidity and naturalism associated with French Art Nouveau. With brass liner. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 11 ¾ x W 23 x D 15 ½ in...
Sterling & Bronze Red Patina Vase made by La Pierre Mfg. Co. (Newark & New York.
The red patina is similar to the red patina that the Gorham Co did.
Mouth of the vase measures 3 1/4" diameter
Base measures 3 1/8" diameter
Marks: Base is marked with the La Pierre logo, BABYLONIAN BRONZE and STERLING SILVER, 216
Overall wonderful condition with very slight expected wear.
This lovely and very old serving spoon could have graced the dining room of any of Miss Austen’s well-to-do characters. It has a berry motif in the gold-washed interior bowl (the wash or gilt is very pale and doesn’t show up in the photos). By its hallmarks (crowned leopard’s head, lion passant, and date letter “N” with “feathers”), it was made in London during 1768-1769. The maker’s mark is a script “BB”. It measures 8-1/2" x 1-3/4", and weighs approximately 56g...
The silver mount bears the hallmarks for Chester 1914 makers Grey & Co
It works really well with leverage to enable a clean cut.
An interesting decorative and most useful piece
Size: 15cm long
A Silver Pie Server by Bachmann Wien, Austria – Hungry circa 1900
The factory produced silver plated wares of high quality for courts of Europe and the Royal Court of Hungary allowed them to use their crest within the factory’s touch or hallmark. This gorgeous serving piece is designed with a design of a strawberry plant on the spade. The handle is embellished with an anchor and crown...
Measurements: TOTAL WEIGHT: 9.5 oz. - LENGTH: 12.5" - approximate DIAMETER OF BOWL: 4"
This is one of the most beautiful and ornate of the Art Nouveau designs produced by the Gorham Silver Company in the late 1800's. The design is a combination of all that is Art Nouveau: shells, scrolls, leaves, flowers, fruit, puti and a semi nude woman holding a lyre...
This engraved sterling silver card case was made by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham in 1881. It has compartments for calling cards and has its original silver pencil. It is in excellent condition.
A Russian silver walking stick handle with niello scroll work. The end of the handle with engraved initials of the original owner, whereas the shield within the ornamented design has been left blank. Cyrillic lettering in the design forms the Russian word for Souvenir or In Remembrance. 1896 – 1908 assayers “84” mark for Liba Oleksa, Kiev and maker’s mark YC. Length: " 4 ¾ / 12,2 cm. Condition: fine.
A pair of English silver basket bowls in Neo Rococo style. Engraved inscription indicating that they formed the 2nd prize at an event (sports?) in Topsham, Devon, in 1899. Marks for John Millward Banks in Birmingham 1896. Length: "5 ¼ / 13 cm. Condition: fine.