An elegant Kalo sterling porringer with a hand hammered finish. Marks indicate a date of manufacture of 1912 - 1916. Condition is very good with four small deflections of the metal; two shallow indentations to the side and two smaller ones to the bottom. Appropriate patina with a soft, hand hammered finish. Width is 5 1/4", height is 1 1/2", width with handle is 6 3/4". An identical piece is in the Design Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. A nice example of collectible Chicago silver.
A sveltly modeled Just Andersen Danish pewter tea set. Note the heart shape to the lid of the pot and the echo in the shape of the creamer. I would place this first third of mid-century with its streamlined form and graceful lines. Height of teapot is 6 5/8", width is 8". Condition is good vintage with a slight ding to teapot as shewn. Fine Danish design from a great maker.
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.