Art Deco powder compact from the 1920s. Engraved on the top FUZZY! Marked on the bottom: Mary Dunhill Sterling. The compact is in very good condition, having a couple of tiny dings and a slight orange peel to the top surface, which could be buffed out (I do not have the buffer). Measures about 3 inches by 2 1/8 inches and 1/2 inch deep.
Sterling Silver Baby/Child Cup WH&Co.
Nice baby’s cup with a monogram (Jane). Handle has a scroll design. It probably dates from the 1930s. Marked: Sterling / WH&Co in a circle. I do not know the maker, but suspect it is American or Canadian. Weighs about 1.59 Troy ounces (49.5 grams). Measures about 1.75 inches tall and 2.75 inches across not including the handle. Good condition, with some dents and a couple of repaired breaks at the rim.
Beautiful set of eleven dinner knives with sterling silver hollow handles and silver plated steel blades. I do not know the pattern, but it is lovely and the art nouveau pattern is different on each side of the handle. Probably introduced around 1900 by Gorham Mfg. Co. Knives measure about 9-1/2 inches long. No monogram. Very good condition, as there are a few pits to the silverplate blades.
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This is a round sterling silver napkin ring with a hand-chased, bright cut design of a fancy, scrolling art nouveau vine. Monogrammed: MHGR. Marked: Sterling 10. Measures about 3/4 inch wide x 1-3/4 inches diameter and weighs about 0.42 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
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This repouse nut cup was made by William Devenport, Northwood Street, Birmingham 1913. The silver is rather thin and formed to shape. The rim is loaded with Art Nouveau scrolls entwined around the piece. The side bears the hallmarks indicating Birmingham 1913 and the maker’s mark – W.D – for William Devenport. The nut cup or bowl is about 2 3/4 inches long, 1 3/4 inches wide and 1 inch deep. Condition is excellent.
Beautiful set of six sterling silver 5-piece place settings with an intricate pierced handle pattern. This pattern is Rose Point introduced in 1934 by Wallace and is hard to find. No monograms. We have two sets listed for sale...
Nice baby’s cup made for Sheets International Company of Meriden, Connecticut. It probably dates from the 1950s. Marked: International / logo / Sterling / K76. Weighs about 1.805 Troy ounces (56 grams). Measures about 2 inches tall and 2.5 inches across not including the handle. Excellent condition, with a little bit of orange peel surface that can be polished off with some elbow grease!
This is a long, flat sterling silver napkin ring. Monogrammed: Peggie. Marked: Sterling Alvin S73. Measures about 3/4 inch wide x 2-3/8 inches long and weighs about 0.8 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
Nice small, almost miniature, working telescope or spyglass. This has a single slide out tub for focusing. The telescope is made of solid brass and is marked on the barrel MERMAID. No other marks. Measures 6 inches closed and extends to 9.5 inches. The main barrel is about 5/8 inch in diameter. Focuses fine. Leatherette box, with satin and felt interior, is made for this telescope and is in very good condition.
Great looking bottle label with nice scrolls on the edges. The cartouche on this tag is blank (no monogram), ready for you to add your beverage of choice. This sterling silver bottle tag is made of stamped silver. This silver bottle tag is marked on the back: Sterling & WCo (which is Webster Co.). It is about 1 3/4 inches wide and 1 inch tall. Excellent, vintage condition.
Nice hand hammered and decorated patinated brass bowl with three applied feet, made in the Arts & Crafts style. Marked on the bottom: Made in Italy 853. Measures about 13 inches across and 2 3/4 inches tall. Excellent condition.
This is a delightful little 18-piece Luncheon Flatware Set. These are German silver-plate from the mid-1900s. I do not know the pattern or maker – although the logo hallmark is HHL. Each piece is marked “HHL 90” followed by a number 12 1/2 on the knives, 18 on the forks and 21 on the spoons. The German system of marking guarantees 90 grams of silver on the number of pieces indicated...
This is a Beautiful Pair of Hand Decorated Blown Glass Vases. Gorgeously decorated with swags and fleur d’lys in shades of blue, ochre, pink and gold, as well as applied glass dots (like moriage). We think these are either Bristol glass or Mount Washington glass, but cannot be sure. The one on the left is about 10 5/8 inches tall, while the one on the right a bit taller. Excellent condition – just a bit of gold loss on the rim – no chips or cracks...
Nice tropical flower sterling silver souvenir demitasse spoon from the Hawaiian Islands. HIBISCUS HAWAII on the front of the handle along with a hibiscus flower. Marked on the back: Sterling, plus a logo – EJT with a crossed pick & shovel, indicating an E. J. Towle Co. version of a Joseph Mayer & Bros. design. Measures about 4 1/4 inches long. Nice spoon – excellent condition.
This is a gorgeous pair of horse head bookends made around 1950. Known as the Trojan Horse Bookends, these are made by Federal Glass Company. About 5-1/2 inches tall. Great details. Both bookends are in excellent condition. Fantastic for any horse lover.
Gorgeous set of elegant glass square salt dips made by the Heisey Glass Co. These measure about 1 3/4 inches square and 3/4 inch tall. They are marked with the Heisey H in a diamond. Excellent condition.
This is a fine miniature framed painting of white fish underwater. It is done in enamel over copper, and nicely mounted in a gilded frame. The artist signed the back A. Winters. The frame measures about 8 5/8” xx 6 5/8”; the image is about 4 1/2” x 2 1/2”.
This is a great 1930s hand colored photo of Passengers on the Western Pacific Railroad Scenic Express in California. It is framed is an Arts & Crafts frame, which is probably earlier than the photo. The photo is superb, with bright colors, and it is nicely mounted in an old cardboard oval mat. The mat is black with gilt decoration. The frame is a true folk art or trench art gem, older than the photo, and made of pine with a dark stain...