Unusual & scarce 8 sided (most are 6 sided) VINTAGE STERLING GAMBLING DEVICE called "PUT AND TAKE." Carried in the pocket by men who could initiate a gambling game almost anytime and anywhere, and could be played by any number of 2 or more men. It's an easy game that was a popular form of spontaneous gambling. These devices came in a variety of sizes and materials; brass being the most common and sterling being quite rare and desirable. ...click for details
This retractable STERLING SWIZZLE STICK (drink stirrer) has a decoration of a Japanese Hut at the top. The swizzle stick is marked STERLING just below the hut. The swizzler measures 4" in length when closed and 6" when open. To open you slide a cylinder down the swizzle stick and the 'swizzle end' expands out - please see photos. ...click for details
GEORGE JENSEN STERLING SILVER CORKSCREW - The Acorn pattern was designed by Johan Rohde. Good Condition - Some minor average wear on the handle though nothing serious to note. Worm is still sharp. Measures 4 1/5" long x 2 7/8" wide. There are no marks on this piece. It was purchased in Denmark. I guarantee that it is Georg Jensen.
This antique sterling silver perfume bottle features pink guilloche enamel atop an engine turned background. At the center are 3 pink cabbage roses. A black enamel border encircles the pink background.
The bottle is marked Sterling along with the Webster makers mark on the back. Lid screws on and off properly and the dauber is present ...click for details