Pair of English sterling silver sugar casters by Edward Barnard and Sons, London, 1900. Octagonal shape caster raised on stepped foot, domed pierced lid with finial. With Edward Barnard & Sons hallmark, lion passant, leopard's head, and date letter for "1900". The crest of Meldrum is on the front of each caster, a dexter hand holding a book, with the motto "Mens Immota Manet" - the mind remains steadfast.
Sterling Silver nut dish, in the form of a scalloped shell. 3.25" X 3". Sterling stamp on the underneath side
American sterling silver sauce ladle, made by Tiffany Co. Double struck, 7.25" and 3,5 oz.
Purse-form vinaigrette, Samuel Pemberton, maker, Bermingham, 1807. Some wear, basket form grille.
Washington in gilt, nice cast floral border. All hallmarks clear and in good condition.
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Bearing same maker's mark and date letter of 1754.
Typical form, first letter of maker's name mark obscured. Having silver bowl and twisted wood handle.
An assembled pair, one London, 1810 and the other London 1814--each with wear to gilt wash interiors, reeded edge, old monogram.
Sterling soup ladle, old engraved monogram. 11" long.
Hanoverian tablespoon, engraved terminal with initials, clear hallmarks. Maker's mark: William Turner.