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.
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.