A STERLING SILVER AND ENAMEL "IRELAND" SOUVENIR SPOON. Dublin, Ireland, 1962. Fully hallmarked and with date letter for 1962. The spoon measures 4 inches in length. The terminal features a green enamel shamrock surmounting a blue enamel banner lettered "IRELAND". In excellent condition. Gross weight 13.20 grams
A STERLING SILVER CANDLE HOLDER BY SANDERS & MCKENZIE LTD. Birmingham, England, 1971. Fully hallmarked. The candle holder has a classic shape and measures 2 1/4 inches in height with a base diameter of approximately 2 1/4 inches. Green felt covered base. This item is probably weighted but is not marked so. Gross weight 63.40 grams. In excellent condition.
ART DECO LANGLOIS SILVERTONE AND ENAMEL "CARA NOME" LADY'S POWDER COMPACT. C. 1920s. The compact measures 1 3/4 inches by 1 3/4 inches The lid features an openwork central floral design over a blue enamel background. The interior has a metal mirror and the compact's original blue puff. In very good condition.
AN ART DECO OVAL SILVERPLATE LADY'S POWDER COMPACT. Circa 1920s/1930s. The compact measures 2 3/4 inches by 2 1/4 inches by 3/4 inches. The lid features a lovely ART DECO design. The interior lid is fitted with a metal mirror that has blackened around the edges. The inside well has a white coating which is chipped in a few places. The depth of this piece is thicker than usual making it an attractive "box". There are no dents.
REX FIFTH AVENUE GOLDTONE AND BLACK ENAMEL LADY'S POWDER COMPACT. Circa 1940s. A square compact measuring 2 7/8 inches by 2 7/8 inches. Each side features an allover design of OAK LEAVES AND ACORNS. The interior is fitted with a metal mirror; rouge compartment; powder compartment with hinged lid; and, a small compartment for the rouge puff. In very good condition.
REED & BARTON SILVERPLATE "HARLEQUIN" SAUCE LADLE. Circa 1970. A lovely sauce ladle in the HARLEQUIN PATTERN featuring a highly detailed floral design on both sides of the terminal. The ladle measures 5 1/2 inches in length. In excellent condition. Please see enlargements for details.
SIX ONEIDA SILVERPLATE "CORONATION" TEASPOONS. A discontinued pattern first produced in 1936 to honor the Coronation of King George VI. These spoons are as new and are sealed in plastic which is how I purchased them more than twenty years ago. My photos do not do them justice because of the plastic - the pattern is quite beautiful. Each spoon measures 6 1/8 inch in length. In as-new condition.
A FINE STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RING. Chester, England. 1932/33. Fully hallmarked (please see enlargement 7). The napkin ring has an overall engine turned design in three bands. Central circular cartouche. In excellent condition. Gross weight 16.22 grams.
A FINE STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RING. Chester, England. 1929/30. Fully hallmarked (see enlargements 2 & 6). The napkin ring has an overall "wavy" engine turned design with a central circular cartouche. In excellent condition. Gross weight 16.90 grams.