Whimsical! Mini cocktail shaker form holder houses a set-of-six bakelite cherry mounted cocktail picks. The picks suspend from their own stand which lifts out of the holder. The form is also a jigger marked with 1 oz and 2 oz increments with a removable pour spout cap at its top. England circa 1930's. 4 3/4" H.
A Welsh Glamorgan design figrual Skittle or bowling pin cocktail shaker. Made by Walker & Hall in Sheffield circa 1930. Beautiful design with a deep strainer which clips onto the side of shaker opening. 9" H.
Wine or Champagne cooler made by the famous Mappin & Webb of London and Sheffield circa 1930's. Lobed horizontal bandings decorate the form with complimenting rounded handles upon the sides. Dimensions: 8 3/8" H, 10 1/4" W to Handles.
Vintage English silverplate handled trophy cup with black bakelite stand. The front of the cup is marked G.H.C.C. Horticultural. The bottom of the cup has several markings: E.P.N.S. Made in England, 1960 W. Garner, 1961 W. Garner, 1962 E. Heath, 1963 W.H. Reddy. The cup measures almost 8.5" high and 6" wide. There are some scratches and on the back bottom some loss of silver. A wonderful trophy!
Gorgeous antique sterling silver collar and etched glass with stopper perfume bottle hallmarked Sheffield 1922. It is very similar to the perfume bottle shown in the opening credits of Downton Abbey. It measures 7.5" high to the top of the stopper and 3" across. The silver collar is 2.5" long. THe silver has beautiful details with scrolls and feathering. There is one little crimp to the top of the collar. The etched glass is gorgeous with small and large cut diamonds...
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Just in from Santa Fe's CASA NAVARRO Gallery!!
Words cannot the describe my thoughts when I look at this set & know what a wonderful part it played, by a company that played SUCH a major role during the Mexican Silver Renaissance days!!
Conquistador is found pretty much in the possession of collectors & VERY hard to get your hands on anything they made..We were very fortunate to have come across this & be able to pass it on to someone else!!
An Elegant Silver Plated Gravy Boat by Wallace Silver Smiths
The elegant 18th century form is timeless. Wallace created this piece around 1950 for brides of the day and times have not change as this timeless serving piece will be a part of many meals. The two piece gravy boat has a handsome band of entwined ribbon on the underplate and gravy boat.
A Vintage Silver Plated Tray
This tray dates back to about 1950 and is a classic piece, just like the couple. The tray has an engraved central field of scrolling foliage and flowers and it is framed by an embossed edge of scroll work. This tray is perfect for a bar, framing great appetizers or serving a sweet treat.
Classic Dunhill cocktail shaker with a "Twist". Interior houses a citrus juicer. When inverted it will release the essence of your orange, lime or lemon to create the perfect cocktail recipe. Marks beneath for the world famous Dunhill, London circa 1930's. Dimensions: 8 1/4" H.
Ornate English sterling silver picture frame by Keyford Frames. Featuring a heart-shaped opening with with cherubs at each corner, the frame is hallmarked KFD. Backed in very dark purplish blue velvet, it stands 7.5" high at the highest point x 5.5" wide. The heart-shaped opening will hold a 4" wide x 5.5" high photo. A little wear to the velvet at the bottom, otherwise in excellent condition.
An elegant sterling silver picture frame with a fluted design featuring a cartouche at the top ready to be engraved. Backed in burgundy velvet, the frame measures 7.25" high x 5" wide. Site size (window opening) is 4.75" X 3.25". In excellent condition, it is marked STERLING in the lower left corner.
Simple and beautiful silver beaker or small vase with flaring rim and a neat “pearl” border at the base. Made by Van Kempen, Begeer & Vos (1919-60), purveyors to the Dutch Court. Marks: KBV, Dutch silver marks for 835 and year mark for 1921. Height: "3 ¼ / 8 cm. Condition: small dent 2 centimeters from the base (cf photo).
A set of six English silver demi-tasse spoons, small but elegant in style. Made by Thomas Bradbury & Sons in Sheffield, retailed by Blackwell & Smart in Leicester. Hall mark for Sheffield, makers mark TB&S and year marks for 1930. Length: Width: "3 ¼ / 8 cm. Condition: fine, apparently never used and in their original box.
Set-of-six very finely detailed and lushly enamelled rooster or cockerel "Cock"-Tail picks. Each sterling silver and gilded pick in the original case bears hallmarks for the Bernard Meldah workshop; Oslo Norway circa 1960. Exceptional quality. Dimensions: 3 5/8" L Each.
A rare example of one of the most coveted
"Cock" tail shakers - Behold the Wallace Bros. Rooster. Standing at 14 1/2" tall the dashing rooster has a hammered body topped off by a wavy comb and scrolling tail feather handle. The tongue unscrews to reveal a pouring spout. Made in Wallingford, Connecticut circa 1928. Firm's marks beneath. An example of this shaker is in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art...