Featuring a fine, early pair of American coin silver salt spoons with initials AW, beautifully engraved. Signed on reverse S.W. Lee, a Providence Rhode Island coin silver maker circa 1815. May be very rare and collectible. Measure 3 7/8" long. Bowl 7/8" wide. Excellent condition. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of having received item. New York buyer pays sales tax unless valid tax number and resale form provided.
Featuring a wonderful quality, large, rare and very beautiful solid coin sterling silver napkin ring with 8 rows of 4 different, interesting engine turned designs. Elaborate engraved area with flowers and scrolls for monogram with flowers. Shape is an unusual barrel shape which flares out in the middle and in towards the top with a braided like border on both ends. Monogram appears to be "LFG" but could be interpreted differently. Guaranteed made in America in the mid 1800's. Measu ...click for details
Featuring a fine and beautiful early American coin sterling silver napkin ring. Many coin napkin rings are not stamped sterling. Coin is 900 parts sterling. Very pretty/unusual border with pierced open work. Engraved area for initials which are MM. Also, many engine turned designs in interesting style. Dating to the 1800's. Measures 1 1/4" wide x 1 3/4" in diameter. Mint condition. No damages, dents, dings or repairs. Return privilege providing item returned within 3 days of receip ...click for details