Fabulous sterling silver lid and cut glass ladies vanity jar. The lid is hallmarked London 1902 and has an engraved Antelope and Lion with the wording The Lord Will Provide. The inside of the lid has a gold wash. I could find no dents to the silver. The cut glass has the lovely hobnail design. It measures 3.5" high and 1.5" across. There are no chips or cracks to the glass. A most unusual vanity jar!
Gorgeous antique sterling silver lid and star cut base glass ladies vanity jar. The lid has a lovely repousse feather border and a blank center which can be personalized. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1911 and made by William Harrison Walker. The lid weighs 7.46 grams. There are a few very minor dents and a pin dot hole on the side by the hallmark. It is not noticeable. The cut glass has a beautiful pattern which I do not know the name and a star cut base...
Beautiful antique magnifying glass with a sterling silver collar and mother of pearl handle. The silver is hallmarked Sheffield 1897, Martin Hall & Co. silversmiths. It measures 5.25" long with the handle measuring 3.25" long and the glass measuring 2" across. Not sure of the magnifying amount, but do know it is more than 5X. I could find nothing wrong with it.
Brass Beehive form Box with a circular lid with a rope form handle and a body with applied painted brass "bees", probably an Anglo-Indian Tobacco Canister.
Early 20th Century.
Height (handle): 7"
This well patinated dark stamped brass oval filled with lead has puppy paws fasteners, the lead is scratched multiple times and in very good condition, measuring 3.5 x 2.25 inches. this buckle plate has seen usage as demonstrated by wear on puppy paw fasteners, see photos. Nice piece of millitaria in good presentable condition
Federal sword belt plate, regulation 1851, eagle with silver plated integral wreath, stars and banner. This buckle was used by generals on both sides in this conflicts and is also known as the J.E.B. Stuart model. While researching this buckle I couldn't find a comparable equivalent or one in as near mint condition or of a higher grade. Although it is missing it's receiver and has wear to silverplate I would compare this to the best available...
Antique, Caucasian, possibly Georgian or Armenian, silver jug – decanter, of elegant form, on a circular spreading foot, with s - scroll handle and detachable bulbous stopper, 19th century Caucasus.
The surface decorated with finely engraved flower heads between bands of a meandering, flowering vine.
Marked on the foot with five various silver hallmarks.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 20.7 cm (8 1/8 inch). Diameter: 9.3 cm (3 5/8 inch)...
Antique English sterling silver repousse lid and 10 sided star cut base glass ladies dressing jar. The lid is gorgeous with swags, florals, feathers, and has a blank center cartouche that can be personalized. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1897. It has a gold wash and has one little pin dot hole that is very hard to see. The 10 sided glass jar with star cut base has no chips or cracks. The jar measures 1.5" high and 2" across. A wonderful jar!
Fabulous English sterling silver repousse lid and 10 sided heavy glass pot/jar. The lid has several roses, florals, buds, and leaves with a raised center blank cartouche that can be personalized. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1906 and has a gold wash on the inside. There are 2 little dents on the side of the lid. The heavy glass is 10 sided and has no chips or cracks. It measures 3.5" high and 1.5" across. Just a beautiful jar!
Pair of sterling silver candlesticks in Neoclassical style. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1898. Each: upward tapering column with half fluting, foliate bands with beaded borders, and swags. Stepped and beaded dome foot. Weighted. Hallmark includes date symbol, no. A661, and retailer’s name Shreve, Crump & Low.
Dimensions: H 10 1/8 x D 4 7/8 in. BL831
Hand-hammered sterling silver baby cup. Made by Hallmark Silversmiths in New York, ca. 1920. Straight sides, molded rim, and scroll handle. Allover hand hammering, including handle. A sweet and small-scale representation of the Craftsman aesthetic. Hallmark includes no. G37. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 2 3/4 x W 3 3/4 x D 2 1/2 in. Weight: 2.5 troy ounces. BL769
Sterling silver picture frame. Made by Cartier in New York, ca. 1950. Flat and rectangular with crisp corners. For vertical or horizontal display. With glass, silk lining, and original leather backing and hinged support. Distinguished. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Frame: H 12 x W 10 in. Window: H 10 x W 8 in. BL449
Edwardian cut-to-clear amethyst glass vase with sterling silver mount. Made by George Nathan and Ridley Hayes in Chester in 1906. Cylindrical with flared vase. Cut geometric ornament: lines and circles inset with lines and diaper pattern. Silver mouth mount has tapering sides with pierced quatrefoils and foliage and scalloped rim. Silver hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 9 x D 4 in. BL840
Edwardian sterling silver trophy cup. Made by William Hutton & Sons in London in 1908. Curved and faceted bowl and flying double-scroll side handles with stylized foliate cap. Raised and faceted foot. Molded rims and bands. An elegant design with discrete spaces for engraving. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 9 x W 14 x D 10 in. Weight: 44.6 troy ounces. BL755
Arts and Crafts lamp made by W.A.S. Benson circa 1900. The lamp is constructed in the form of an arched cross form brass base connected to the vertical central column by four sinuous copper strips which form the reservoir cradle. To the top of the vaseline shade the lamp measures 57cm. The shade on its own measures 15 cm high and 21 cm at its widest. The lamp is marked on the reservoir filler screw cap, see detail photograph...
Gorgeous sterling silver repousse lid and heavy glass dressing table, vanity jar hallmarked Birmingham 1907. The lid is gorgeous with a ruffled and beaded border, with leaves, fruit and berries. It has silver maker's C & N and the bottom of the lid has a gold wash. The jar has a hobnail design. I could find no chips or cracks in the glass and no dents to the lid. Just a gorgeous one of a kind piece that showcases exceptional British workmanship.
Gorgeous antique sterling silver lid and star cut glass base dressing table jar by Williams Ltd of Goodman St., hallmarked Birmingham, 1918. The lid has a ribboned bow garland chased design and the heavy glass has a hobnail design. The jar measures 2.75" high and 2.5" across. There are no dents to the silver and no chips or cracks to the glass just some minor wear. A fabulous jar!
A lovely bright cut decoration with the initials EVB within a lozenge border.
Hallmarks for London 1785 and Hester Batemans maker’s initials.
A nice pair with only minor age related wear.
I consider these spoons to be by one of the finest English Silversmiths.
Length: 21.5cm Weight (pair) 132g