This Deco inspired vase is crafted with a flat front and back with a repousse design while the sides have applied handles that have a scroll near the top and tapper as they near the bottom. This decorative vase makes quite a statement and would be quite stunning as a focal point on a mantel or buffet.
Size: 17” tall, 6 ¼” wide
The elegant 18th century form is timeless. Wallace created this piece around 1950 for brides of the day and times have not change as this timeless serving piece will be a part of many meals. The two piece gravy boat has a handsome band of entwined ribbon on the underplate and gravy boat.
This tray dates back to about 1950 and is a classic piece, just like the couple. The tray has an engraved central field of scrolling foliage and flowers and it is framed by an embossed edge of scroll work. This tray is perfect for a bar, framing great appetizers or serving a sweet treat.
The shallow cone shaped bowl with space age design is raised on a Lucite sphere and supported by a pronounced and stepped base. The bottom of the base is marked Kensington.
Size: 5 ½” high 13 ½” diameter
Condition: Excellent, slight but expected surface wear to interior of bowl
The long handle is composed of various scrolls leading to a shell shaped end with an Old English monogram of an “S”. The round bowl is perfect for stirring the right martini...
The epidemy of fine things, Aspry is to England and Tiffany & Co. is to the United States. This modern clean design is lovely. The round sterling top is raised on a clear crystal column and supported by a pronounced and slightly domed base. The rim of the base is marked with the English hallmarks: “A”, “925” and a date letter “X” within a square cartouche with canted corners for 1997...
The matching square inkwells with hinged lids and silver plated collars fit into the footed tray. The tray is centered by an engraving of a rearing horse, flanked by wells that securely hold both inkwells. The edge of the tray has a melon ribbed pattern and is raised on four claws in ball feet in the tradition of the Chippendale style...
The rectangular shaped lid is mounted by a knop shaped handle in the form of intertwined flowers and the lid remains undecorated. The conforming dish has a pronounced rim that is scalloped and is decorated with scrolling foliage. The interior has a glass tray. The verso is marked by “Bole Silver Co...
The shapely candlestick is designed with a paneled body that is continuous from the nozzle to the base. There are two rings made of small dots that are above the base and bellow the nozzle. The pronounced base is engraved with an entwined script monogram “FS” and hallmarked with five hallmarks, including country mark, purity mark, and date mark...
The sugar bowl of cylindrical form is covered with a lid that is centered with a pronounced finial shaped knop that is centered with a wooden disk. The lid is decorated with incised radiating bands and trimmed at the edge with a rope twist design. The body has incised bands that alternate with oval short panels and florets. The creamer is decorated identically but is of flared form and has a wooden ear shaped handle...
The pair of sugar scoops has a decorated shell shaped bowl with a simple handle with fluted detailing. The verso is marked “BLANK, MADE IN SHEFFIELD ENGLAND, SPENCER ORGELL, ENGLAND.”
Size: 6 ¼” long
Condition: Excellent, spoons will be polished upon leaving the shop
The square box with a hinged lid is decorated with applied sterling silver elements. The lid is centered by a pair of dogs and framed by geometric patterns. The lid lifts back to reveal a wooden lined interior...
The service comprises a teapot, coffeepot, sugar, creamer and gallery tray. Each of the hollowware pieces is of a rectangular form with a melon ribbed body. The gallery tray is oval with a conforming pierced gallery raised on bun feet and flanked by “D” shaped handles. The center of the tray is chased in “C” scrolls, flowers and palmettes...
The round glass body is wrapped in a pierced sheet of sterling silver. The open design is centered by a round reserve filled with a lattice pattern. The center is connected to the outer rim scrolling foliage. The sterling overlay wraps around the sides and bottom edge where the word “STERLING” is stamped. There is no maker marks.
One of the most famous and sought after silver smiths, Georg Jensen had a variety of modern designs. His studios still work to continue on his legacy. This sugar tong was produced in the 1930’s. The hallmarks on the piece contain an oval with dots and the words “GEORG, JENSEN” and in a rectangle the words “STERLING, DENMARK”...
The round rim with a raised design of heart shaped foliage and bead work is the crown on this elegant glass bowl. The bowl is perfect for nuts, candies, olives or a place to put your jewelry on your bedside table. The rim is marked “STERLING” and with the company logo.
Size: 1 ¼” high, 6” diameter
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The mahogany case with key opens to reveal a gorgeous silver plated and French Ivory service for twelve. The lid holds the serving fork and knife and the base of the box holds the forks and knives. The blades have a bright cut scroll design high lighting the notch in the blade and extends down the blade. The forks have a design of a small shield shape. All of the utensils are fitted with a composite type handle resembling ivory...
The cylindrical form has a rolled rim and a gilt interior. The handle is in the Melbourne pattern with a floral and leafy scroll work design. The front of the mug is engraved in script “Charles.” The bottom is marked “Melbourne, Oneida Community, Sterling.”
Size: 2” high 2 ½” diameter