A Pair of Large Brass Renaissance Revival Candelabra. Dimensions; 16.5" high x 7" wide x 5" deep (at the base); weight, a substantial 120 ounces, total. American, circa 1880; no mark.
A Theodore B. Starr Small Tray or Waiter (salver), with an Elaborate Monogram. Dimensions; 6" square, weight 5.5 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Sterling Silver Pierced Sugar Basket with a Swing Handle and a Cobalt Blue Glass Liner. Dimensions; 4.25" in diameter and 3" high (5" to handle). It is in excellent condition and dates from the early 1900's.
A Boxed Fish Serving Set with Bone or Ivory Handles. Silver Plated Blade and Fork marked "JR & S" (for John Round & Son, Sheffield) and Sterling Silver collars hallmarked HG Sheffield 1898 (HG not identified). Dimensions; knife 11.5", fork 9". Fork and knife in excellent condition, box split at one end (see picture).
A Meissen or Dresden Style Porcelain Table Mirror, with A Cherub and Florals. Possibly by Sitzendorf. Circa 1870. Dimensions 9.75" high x 7" wide. Excellent Condition.
A Dutch Silver Octagonal Tea Caddy; Dimensions 3" high x 3.5" wide x 2.5" deep. Embossed on all sides with village scenes and on the top with a battle scene. Weight 5 Troy ounces; excellent condition. Circa 1890-1900
A Rare Coin Silver Creamer by Obadiah Rich. Rich was a Leading Silversmith in Boston in the Early/mid 1800's. The Creamer is 5.5" high and 6" wide, to the handle. It weighs 8.2 Troy, dates from 1835-1840 and is in very good condition. It weighs 8.2 Troy ounces. There is a monogram "MLB" under the lip.
A Bohemian Green Overlay and Hand Painted Vase with Gilding and Floral Blossoms. Dimensions; 13" high x 3.5" wide. Circa 1880 and in excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1910 item #421179 (stock #1176)
A Pair of S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Tripod Casters for Salt and Pepper, of a Baluster Shape and with a Floral Repousse and Chased Pattern. Dimension, 5.5", weight 5.5 Troy ounces. Small monogram.From the early 1900's and in excellent condition.
A Victorian White Metal and Glass Centerpiece with a Fan Pattern in the Glass. Late Victorian. Dimensions; 18" wide x 4.25" deep x 6" high. Excellent condition.
A Country Primitive Tin 12-Candle Wax Mold; Rows of Four Candles X Three Candles. Dimensions; 10.25" high x 5.25" wide x 4" deep. Condition appropriate to age and use. Mid/late 19th century.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1920 item #378920 (stock #308)
A Pair of English Silver Candlesticks from Birmingham, 1915, in the Classical Corinthian Column Style; 4 3/4" high and in excellent condition. The mark is HW, probably Hy, Wilkenson, Ltd. Note that although they are not a set, these candlesticks can be matched with Item number 378917 (our stock number 309)