An English Silver Plate Cruet Stand Made in England Circa 1880 by Elkington & Co. designed by Christopher Dresser. The Stand of plain design with two circular open holders and a central "T Bar" elongated handle. Stamped on the underside "1A 18309 ELKINGTON & Co." with Elkington Hallmarks Overall Height:- 7 ins. Length:- 6 3/4 ins. Diameter of each holder:- 3 ins.
An Antique Continental Silver (.830 std.) Inkstand Made in Sweden Circa 1930 Maker's Mark probably G.A.B for Guldsmedsaktiebolaget possibly designed by Jacob Angman. The rounded triangular shaped Inkstand on three plain bun supports with plain platform fronting a deep and wide pen well, with a lobate fluted melon shaped covered inkwell, with plain circular dome shaped cover with ball finial, the platform with an outer "bamboo" style narrow border. Width:- 10 3/4 ins. Height approxi ...click for details
Antique 18th century Old Sheffield plate Dish Ring, England c.1785. The Dish Ring of usual form geometric and shaped piercing with flat chased festoon decoration between. Height: 4 3/8 inches. Diameter: 7 3/8 and 7 7/8 top and base respectively.
A very rare Gold Brooch by Petersen Montreal, C.1930. The abstract brooch depicting a Heron with open foliate motif and set at one corner with an Opal. Marked on reverse with Petersen marks hand made 14K Mappin. Brooch measures 2 3/8 x 1 5/8 inches. Weight: 17.5 gm.
Sterling Bangle by Petersen, Montreal C.1930. The Bangle with open blossom design against hammered silver background. Marked on interior with Petersen marks hand made. Bangle gauges approximately 1 inch width. Weight: approximately 58.2 gm.
Art Nouveau German cut glass & pewter mounted claret jug, Signed Orivit, Germany, 1900. The Claret Jug of Art Nouveau Jugendstil stylized grapes & grape leaves design on pewter. The glass of swirl paneled form varying from green color to clear. Height: approximately 12.5" Signed on base"ORIVIT 2548 IV".
Fine pair of Antique Silver William 1V Salt & Pepper conch shell condiments, bulbous bodies with conch design bases and similar design pierced detachable covers. London 1834 by W.H. Height: 3 ½ inches. Weight: 139.3 gm
Pair of Antique George 11 Silver Sauceboats, London 1739, Thomas Farren. Each on three knuckle feet, leaf capped scroll handles, the bodies of plain deep welled form, engraved with the crest of a lion sejant grasping a battle axe in foliate cartouche, everted scalloped rims. Hallmarked on underside. Length: Approx 7.3 inches. Height: Approx 3.5 inches. Weight: Approx 9.8.ozs.Thomas Farren is renowned for fine quality and often shows the influence of Huguenot work.
Very fine Quezal art glass vase with silver overlay floral design. Iridescent gold glass with pink, purple, orange and yellow overtones. Silver overlay of stylised Art Nouveau floral motif decoration. Engraved Quezal on base with decorative scroll beneath. Height: 14 3/8 inches. Diameter top : 4 ½ inches. Diameter base : 4 5/16 inches.
Antique 19th century English silver plate centerpiece on mirror plateau. England C. 1875 by Elkington & Co. The centerpiece with a pair of entwined palm trees supporting nine palm leaves, all on a rocky base depicting two whippets. The circular plateau of rocaille inspiration with foliage decoration. For similar Elkington examples, see The Age of Elkington (page 149), The Silversmiths of Birmingham, Kenneth Crisp Jones. Height: approximately 18 ½ inches. Diameter of base: approximately 15 ½ ...click for details