George III sterling silver teapot. Made by GE & Co. in Sheffield in 1800. Ovoid with half fluting. Capped scroll handle in stained wood. S-scroll spout. Hinged cover with lobed dome and round stained-wood finial. Engraved heraldic cartouches (vacant). Hallmarked. Very good condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 6 1/3 x W 11 x D 4 in. Weight: 14 troy ounces. BM345
Repousse sterling silver tea and coffee set. Made by AG Schultz in Baltimore, ca. 1900. This set comprises 1 coffeepot with hinged cover, 1 teapot with hinged cover, 1 creamer, and 1 sugar.
Tapering bowls, flared and scrolled rims, capped scroll handles terminating in volute scrolls. Dense floral repousse on stippled ground.
Hallmark includes no. 1902. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Coffeepot: H 10 1/4 x W 10 x D 5 1/2 in. Teapot: H 8 3/4 x W 9 1/2 x D 5 1/2 in...
Cranberry glass vase with chased Art Nouveau silver overlay work. Whiplash patterns separate sections of flowers and vines upon the curving form. A footed support is completely covered in silver. Stamped marks for the Alvin Silver Workshop of Rhode Island crica 1900. 8" H.
Extensive and detailed fine silver overlay work covers the surface of this emerald green glass vase. Beautifully chased Art Nouveau flowers and vines wind upward upon the pinched trumpet form. A clear glass wafer foot joins the vase with a solid band of silver. Bears sterling silver marks, American, circa 1900. 9 3/4" H.
Silver overlay decanter with a geometrically cut neck and stopper. Silver is extensively overlaid, covering the decanter in scrolling vines that are hand-chased. Complementing faceted stopper with a stem is completely covered in silver. A curving handle is completely covered in silver as well. Impressed solid silver along with patent marks for Jan. 5, 1886; America. 11 1/4" H., 5 1/4" W.
Antique cast iron bookend with recumbent ewe and lamb. This is an early casting with fine details and nice old patina. It is 4 14" long by 3" tall and doesn't have to be holding books to be enjoyed.
Silver Rose Bowl Centrepiece, London 1903, Henry Wilkinson & Co. The Bowl with wavy rim on pedestal applied with four lion masks, raised on octagonal base with shell and foliate feet Diameter: 8 inches. Height: 7.5 inches. Weight: 24.5 oz.
Large Art Nouveau emerald glass vase with Sterling Silver overlay. Made by Alvin, Providence, C. 1900. The Vase of slightly bulbous tapering form, everted rim. Thick applied silver overlay in form of lush and open blossoms with whiplash stems and foliage. Alvin marks and numbered. G 3219-6. Excellent condition. Dimensions: H 14 x D 4 5/8 inches.
Fine large Gorham American Sterling Flower Frog Dish Bowl, 1893. The oval Bowl on moulded pedestal base, plain body with deep welled interior. The large over hanging border, reeded surround with intervals of scroll foliate sections conforming as handles centering a vacant cartouche at each end. Gorham marks, Sterling and numbered on the underside A12430/1 and date symbol for 1893. Original frog insert also numbered A12430. Measures: Approximately 15 x 11 x 6.5 inches Weight of Silver: - 31 oz.
Pair of 18th Century Irish Silver Berry Spoons, the bowls with a gold wash, Michael Keating, Dublin 1796
This unmarked octagonal WMF visiting card tray is shown in the WMF English catalogue for 1906 as model 190a. It is shown on page 169 of the reprint issued by the Antique Collectors Club in 2008 and its original price was 10 shillings. Its decorative features are typically Art Nouveau (known as Jugendstil in Germany) with stylised flowers and a young woman with long flowing hair. The tray would have sat on a table in the hallway, near the front door...
Art Nouveau at its finest. The figural pewter vase features a fluidly sculpted cast maiden upon the front as well as the reverse. The figure descends to a swirling organic base. Applied reticulated whiplash handles flank a scalloped cut-crystal liner which rests within the form. Designed by Albert Mayer for the WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1900. Firm's mark beneath...
Elaborate high Art Nouveau silver double inkstand. The undulating form has relief vines and reticulated elements. An inkwell and pounce pot are each of hand-cut crystal in a complementing design. A silver Art Nouveau pen accompanies the inkstand. Impressed marks for the Wilhelm Binder workshop of Schwabisch Gmund, Germany, as well as 800 fine silver marks, circa 1900. Wilhelm Binder works are represented in the collection of the Brohan Museum in Berlin. 7 3/4" W., 10 1/4" L., 3 3/4" H.
Beautiful matching set of antique English sterling silver lids with glass vanity jars. The silver has a lovely engine turned design with a round center and a design in the middle. Not sure if it is a monogram. Both are hallmarked London 1898 with S.S.D. E.D. silver smiths. There are a couple of very minor dents to the silver. The glass is multi-plane with no chips or cracks. The largest jar measures 4" high and 3" wide. The smallest jar measures 4" high and about 1.25" across...
Antique English sterling silver napkin ring hallmarked Birmingham 1906. It has a lovely ruffled border edge and leaf design with a blank cartouche. It measures 3/8" wide and 1.75" across. It weighs 9 grams. I could find nothing wrong with it.
Antique English sterling silver napkin ring hallmarked Birmingham 1917. The hallmark is faded, but can just make out the anchor for Birmingham and an S. The ring has a lovely design with a blank cartouche. It measures .75" wide and 1.75" across. It weighs 15 grams. Just lovely!
To your attention we present a very interesting piece of art.
Copper, Silver Plate with a Camel in the center.
Very typical of Islamic art- this Camel is personification of rich and good life: it is "stuffed" with animals and fish, and young warriors. servants. This cornucopia camel is carying e royal young man to the happy and rich future.
Diameter 14 ¾” (37 ½”cm)
1 ¼ ”( 3cm)- Tall
The Camel is packed with people and animals.
Stamped in the background.
Antique English sterling silver napkin ring hallmarked Sheffield 1882 with makers marks HA. The ring has nice designs with monogram LR. The ring measures .75" wide and 1.75" across. It weighs 14 grams. Could use a good polish. I have never came across one so old!