A lovely pie server in Simon's Old Flanders pattern. Length is 9 1/4", width of blade is 2 7/8", condition is very good with age-appropriate use patina. No dents or deep scratches. Monogrammed with Gothic "G".
Daum crystal moderne/modern signed bowl. This bird shaped bowl gives a sense of flight and soaring. Heavy crystal, signed on the base. Length is 19", width is 12.5", height is 4". Condition is excellent.
Tiffany patented this pattern in 1902. It is 6 1/4" long and is beautifully monogramed SP in a curvelinear script. Condition is appropriate for age with some rubbing to the tail of the handle.(see images) An elegant spoon with a fluted bowl in the classic Edwardian taste.
Charming French faience soup tureen with hand painted decoration. Diameter is 8", height is 7". Condition is very good with some losses to enamel of finial as shown and mild internal thermal craquelure. A charming piece of faience from the turn of the century to the 1930's.
Beautifully hand fabricated out of nickel this candle pricket is unmarked but has a Scandanavian sensibility. Perhaps this was a prototype for manufacture? Height is 9.25", widest part of base is 5", bobeche is 4" corner to corner and is hand hammered on the underside. Surface is brushed. A pretty object with lots of style.
This sterling presentation flask may have theatrical connections. The inscription reads, "August 13, 1978. Dear Starletta, Open when needed, Filled with love. From all of us at Annie" The musical Annie opened in 1977.
Height is 6 3/4", width is 4", condition is excellent.
Capacity is 1 pint. Maker is Schroth, hand made. Wolfgang Schroth was lead silversmith for Tiffany. His NJ firm made items for Tiffany and Jensen USA. Marked sterling.