This unique spoon has a very large bowl that measures almost 4" long at longest point and 3" wide at widest point. The handle has a great deal of wonderful open work including an eagle,figures, a head, and much ornate scroll work. The back also has some design work. The overall length is 11". It is marked 800, the mark for continental sterling and there are some hall marks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 3 day return privilege providing item returned in sent condition. New ...click for details
Featuring a wonderful purse frame, circa 1890 of German origin with the continental mark for their sterling, 800, and a distinctive hall mark for the maker or place where it was made.Marvelous detailing in dolphins, flowers and swans. The clasp works well. The fame measures 7" long and 3" high. The claps works well and the purse frame shuts tightly. The chain is a nice old all original link and is 13 1/2" all together. No damages, restorations whatsoever and in perfect condition. R ...click for details
Featuring a rare continental silver(800, the European mark for sterling)heart shaped trinket box, probably German, with a scene on the top of courting couple under a tree while a woman watches behind a bush; most unusual is another courting couple scene walking amongst trees and flowers on the interior. The hallmark, on the hinged lid, is a swan, and a crown above a C. Scrolls on sides. Excellent condition with no damages or repairs 2 1/2" in diameter at widest point, and a little over an i ...click for details
Featuring a miniature replica of a Dutch windmill with flag. Blades of windmill turn. Dates circa 1900. Excellent condition. Dutch hallmark for sterling on one blade(see photo). Measures 2 3/4" high x 1 1/4" in diameter. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition shortly after having been received. New York buyer pays their local county sales tax on item and shipping charges unless valid New York tax number and resale certificate provided.
Quality crystal and 800(continental sterling) 11" decanter, circa 1880, probably Dutch or German, stopper with ship finial and much work. 2 part removable base. The base has much detail with horse drawn carriages, buildings, birds, people, open work and much more. Item in mint condition. Satisfaction guaranteed or 3 day return privilege with money back. Postage/insurance extra. Sales tax charged in New York state unless valid sales tax number provided with resale certificate.