This extraordinary pair of sterling silver berry servers are fully hallmarked dating them to London, 1742, maker's mark a crowned Gothic C. The handles are deeply engraved with swirling foliate rococo garlands, the bowls with high-relief and highly detailed fruits and, of course, berries. About eight inches in length, they come in a velvet-lined
case (not original)Moroccan leather presentation case that shows some signs of age; the spoons are in splendid condition.
A very nice Early Trencher ... made with Maple.
22 inches in LENGTH by 13 inches in WIDTH
A beautiful ACORN SHAPED 12 inch Ladle.
An early treen BREADBOARD ... 10 inch Round
A very Early Treen Spoon
Dimension : 14 inches in LENGTH
A Beautiful Treen Scoop
9 inch by 8 inch by 4 inch
A wonderful treen TRENCHER
A good size piece ... in Excellent Condition
The LENGTH is 30 inches
The WIDTH is 11.5 inches
A great example of an Early American Wash Brush.
DIMENSIONS: The LENGTH is twenty-one Inches.
The boxed set of 6 silver plated cake or dessert forks were produced by Rockford Silver Plate Co in 1915. The pattern is "Emerson" aka "Waldorf" aka "Claridge" aka "Whittier". The handle is simple yet elegant and the forks are in very good condition in their original box.
This style of fork is meant for cake with one tine broader than the rest to cut through the cake, but they can obviously be used for other types of dessert as well.
A very handsome Knife Box ... in Mahogany wood.
17.5 inches in LENGTH
6.75 inches in WIDTH
5.5 inches in DEPTH
In Wonderful Condition ... Fishing Basket from Maine.
Signed L.B. GERRISH, KITTERING, MAINE
10.5 inches TALL including Handles
7.25 inches in DEPTH
9.25 inches in WIDTH
Here is something that does not come along very often.
An Early Kitchen food mixer with PAINT
A STAR design is part of the mixer.
Perhaps it originates from TEXAS.
A Handsome Shaker Like Lard Bucket in YELLOW PAINT
This piece is SIGNED : John P Squire & Company
Dates 1850 to 1880
DIMENSIONS: 8inches TALL & 10 inches in DIAMETER
TWO Very Nice BUTTER MOLDS
1 With an ACORN design and other DETAILS
Small repair on top of the ACORN mold
Very slight aging crack on the Wheat Shaft mold
5.5 inches HIGH
4.5 inches in DIAMETER
PRICE $125.00 EACH
Antique 18th century George III English sterling Silver gilt Apostle Spoon, by William Collings, London 1774.ovoid bowl with tapering faceted stem, and topped by a figural apostle terminal.
Hallmarks: Marked with maker's mark in a rectangle punch WC for William Collings, London assay office. Lion passant, leopard’s head and date letter what correspond to 1774.
LENGTH: 18.1 cm (7 1/8 in)
WEIGHT in, approx: 51 grams. 1.3/4 troy oz...
The finest 3 piece carving set we've ever come across. Etched on the side of side of the carbon steel blade: "H. CROMWELL Criterion, SHEFFIELD". The sharpening steel and long-tined meat fork (with pivoting rest) match the knife in design, materials and masterly workmanship. Each implement's handle has elaborated-chased hallmarked Sterling endcaps nestled next to mellow aged ivory ferrules. These flank handsome old stag horn grips of great character...
This is the first Basket Fired box we have come across in 45 years collecting
22.5 inches in HEIGHT
18 inches in DEPTH
17 inches in WIDTH
It was necessary to GOOGLE : "BASKET FIRED"
Here is a brief description of a basket fired.
China Artisan Style Basket-Fired Green Tea
To begin the processing of basket fired green tea, a small amount of fresh
leaf (about 2 lbs.) is placed in an upright bamboo or reed basket, u...
A 19th C Fish shaped cutting board.
Dimensions: 18 inches by 5.75 inches