Beautiful set of six sterling silver 8-piece place settings with lovely rose pattern. This pattern is Wild Rose introduced in 1948 by International Silver. No monograms. We have two sets plus some serving pieces listed for sale...
This is a beautiful Scent, Perfume or Barber Bottle with hand applied gold and black geometric decoration. The central design is applied in raised gold enamel on the frosted glass body. Very sleek design. Excellent condition, although some of the gold painted trim has worn off. No stopper. The bottle measures about 6 inches tall.
Beautiful art nouveau style napkin clip from c1925 by Rogers, Lunt and Bowen (later Lunt Silver). Monogrammed with a script G. Marked: Pat. Apl’d For / RLB logo / Sterling 48. Measures about 2 inches wide and weighs about 0.36 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
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.
Excellent old red ironstone, transferware cranberry or bowl in the Spode’s Tower pattern by Copeland Spode of England. The design is of a castle beyond a bridge over a creek. Trees and flowers all over. Inside rim is decorated with flowers. Marked on the bottom: Copeland Spode’s Tower England in an oval cartouche. This is an older piece, pre-1930. Measures about 5” across the top and 3-1/8” tall. Excellent condition. A waste bowl is a necessary piece to complete any tea set.
Excellent old ironstone, red transferware teapot in the Spode’s Tower pattern by Copeland Spode of England. The design is of a castle beyond a bridge over a creek. Trees and flowers all over. Marked on the bottom: Copeland Spode’s Tower England in an oval cartouche. This is an older piece, pre-1930. Measures about 8-1/4” across the top handle to spout and 4-5/8” tall to the top of the finial...
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!
Nice tropical flower sterling silver souvenir teaspoon from the Hawaiian Islands. HONOLULU HIBISCUS on the front of the handle along with a couple of hibiscus flowers. Marked on the back: Sterling / r – I do not know who the maker is. Measures about 5 5/8 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.
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 wide pewter napkin ring with a walking lion logo or shield on it. No maker’s mark. Measures about 1-1/4 inches wide x 2 inches across. Excellent condition.
NOTE: Two napkin rings available in this listing. These are sold separately. Please specify how many you want – one or two.
This is a beautiful bright mottled red glaze on this porcelain inkwell with gilt brass ormolu accents. The base rim is a filled with a band of small leaves, while the lid is decorated with acanthus leaves. The lid is topped with a nice acorn finial. Marked MP Sevres in a circle on the bottom for Paul Milet 1870-1950. This is an early 1900s piece. Excellent condition, although missing the ink well insert. Measures about 5 inches across and 3 1/2 inches to the top of the finial.
This is a silver plate Daffodil Bouillon Spoon by Wallace Silversmiths from the early 1900s. The pattern was a multi-motif floral that was introduced in 1902. Beautifully designed both front and back, as shown in the photos. Marked: “1835 R. Wallace / Pat. 1902.” Measures about 4 3/4” long with a round bowl. Beautifully made and in excellent condition.
Great piece of Black Americana. This carved and painted wooden doll, has carved facial features, hands and feet. It is jointed at the shoulders and hips. Wearing old handmade clothes, including a bow tie & suspenders. Early 20th Century. All hand made and painted. Measures about 8 inches tall. 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”.
Nice sterling silver souvenir teaspoon from the Venice, California. VENICE, CAL. on the front of the handle along with pierced image of a lady in a dress walking along the sandy beach. Marked on the back: Sterling, plus the logo of Charles M. Robbins as maker. Measures about 5 3/4 inches long. Nice spoon – excellent condition.
Nice tall silver plated baby’s cup with chased flowers on both sides and monogrammed Benny. No maker’s mark or quality mark, but looks like quad-plate silver. The bottom is marked: 11. Measures about 3 inches tall and 2.5 inches across. Very good condition, with some tarnish and a couple of dents to the foot and rim.
This is a beautifully hand wrought citrus or grapefruit spoon. The handle has a carefully crafted stalk of leaves and flowers, culminating in a pair of gilt chrysanthemums or poppies. There is also a bird halfway up the handle. The bowl of the spoon appears to have been applied to the handle and is itself decorated with a poppy floral motif with a little butterfly above the flower. This is unmarked and surely sterling silver (or similar silver content)...