Beautiful antique English sterling silver brooch with a lovely rose in the center. It is hallmark Birmingham 1898. The border is lovely with intricate designs. It measures 1" across and the clasp is in good working order. Just beautiful!
Here is a pretty brush with repousse decorations depicting Art Nouveau lilies on its top, and fancy swirls on the handle. It measures 5-3/4” x 3". It is stamped Sterling, and there are other marks which are too worn to read. There is a little bit of damage to the silver at the top of the brush, which is shown in - and is actually exaggerated by – the photos. The handle has a plain area on both sides, ready for your monogram. On one side this area has some dings to it...
This fine Malacca cane has an antler handle with silver mount.
An interesting inscription ‘Presented to JT Simpson on his return from The Transvaal War’
It bears the hallmarks for Birmingham 1897.
A very sturdy and most usable cane with historic connections to South Africa
This handsome twin cigar case is beautifully embossed with foliate scrolls, centred with a vacant shield
cartouche. A nice gilt interior with hallmarks for Birmingham 1912 and makers mark JR for John Rose.
A wonderful gift for a lover of fine cigars.
This superb Gentleman’s crop has a nicely shaped antler top, two heavy silver mounts with raised collars which
bear hallmarks for Birmingham 1913 inscribed WS Mitchell April 22nd 1920.
If one is going to use this, the thong will soon need replacing, which I can have done at a reasonable extra cost.
The rest including the lash is fine.
I have hunted for over fifty years and have had quite a few crops, now a car follower I have no need for another.
This one is without a doubt one of...
Marin Mayer oval snuff or pill box with stylized Secession florals and berries in relief upon the top and side. Gilded interior. Made by this well regarded workshop in Mainz, Germany circa 1905. Founded in 1888, Mayer comissioned prominent artists such as Peter Behrens and Patriz Huber to created designs. Examples of Martin Mayer works are shown in Art Nouveau and Art Deco silver by Annelies Krekel-Aalberse. Dimensions: 3/4" H, 1 3/4" W, 2 1/4" L.
Circa 1902-1907 sterling silver footed compote made by Tiffany in the "clover" pattern. It measures 8" in diameter and 3.5" tall. It weighs about a pound. There is a letter K beautifully monogrammed into the center of the top. It is in great condition.
Beautiful repousse roses asymmetrically line the edge of this 7.25" diameter bowl. The shallow bowl is marked on the bottom with a maker's mark (please see picture) and with "Sterling C1055". The overall weight is 99.1 grams. Definitely dating to the early 1900s.
Circa 1890 German Silver smaller bowl. All hand-pierced and repousse. The bowl measures 5.5" in diameter and 3" tall. It is stamped on the bottom "Brahmfeld & Gutrue" and "800" and a crown mark. The overall weight is 258.3 grams.
Circa 1910 sterling silver martini bucket made by Barbour out of Hartford, Connecticut. This bucket is in excellent condition and measures 7.25" tall and 6" in diameter. The handle drop is 3.5" and the spout measures 1.5". The bottom is stamped with a maker's mark and "STERLING AM2120S 5 PINTS". The overall weight is approximately 1.25 lbs.
CONDITION: bends at foot rim; slightly irregular opening rim shape; bends at lid inner rim, outer rim, tiny surface dents on lid, extensive denting to lid finial.
DESCRIPTION: Late 19th Century, DIVIDED SUGAR BOWL with LID, Russian Hallmarks (Initials) at bowl rim and on lid, Cyrillic "F.G" perhaps for Fedor Gorbunov, Moscow Silversmith. No other marks appear, so we offer only our suggestion of maker, but it could represent some other workmaster...
Lovely sterling demitasse cup and saucer, made by Frank M. Whiting, circa early 1900's. The cup has a Lenox porcelain insert, adorned with cobalt and gold trim. The cup stands 2 1/2" tall and the saucer is 3 1/2" in diameter. The set is in excellent condition. *Call our store to process order, Historic District Antiques 501-624-3370*
Lovely sterling demitasse cup and saucer, made by Barbour Silver Co, circa 1890's. The cup has a Lenox porcelain insert, adorned with cobalt and gold trim. The cup stands 2 1/2" tall and the saucer is 3 7/8" in diameter. The set is in excellent condition.
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Historic District Antiques
Sterling silver Art Nouveau cufflinks with a scrolling foliate design within the oval form. Design is in relief upon a patinated background. Bean back bottoms. American circa 1900. Dimensions: 1 1/2 W, 3/4" L.