Beautiful sterling silver serving spoon with lovely rose pattern. This pattern is Wild Rose introduced in 1948 by International Silver. No monograms. The spoon is about 8-1/4 inches and weighs about 2.1 Troy ounces. No monogram. Excellent condition.
NOTE: We have two Wild Rose flatware sets plus some other serving pieces listed for sale. Quoted shipping is for parcel post insured in the USA. For other options please contact us.
Wonderful set of four Dinner Knives from this gorgeous pattern that was introduced by Gorham way back in 1913. Based on the marks, this is an older set – pre-1950. These are heavy silver and are monogrammed with a simple “D” on the topside of the handle. Included are the following pieces:
Four (4) dinner knives – 9 1/2 inches with sterling handle.
Excellent condition. Marked with the Gorham Hallmark/Logo and Sterling as shown.
Nice tropical flower silver-plated souvenir coffee spoon from the Hawaiian Islands. ALOHA FROM HAWAII on the front of the handle along with a pierced image of a hibiscus flower. Not marked. Measures about 3 1/2 inches long. Nice spoon – excellent condition.
Nice 10 14 inch tall pair of Art Deco candlesticks by the New York City silversmith Richard M. Woods. Woods worked in NYC c1925-c1940. The fluted stands and bases are decorated with nice foliate and geometric chasing. Marked on the bottom of the candlesticks with the Woods hallmark RMW / Sterling / 010 / Weighted with cement, steel weight & rod. The bases have a few dings and one base has a slight twist, otherwise excellent condition.
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.
NOTE: Two napkin rings available in this listing. These are sold separately. Please specify how many you want – one or two.
This is a long, flat sterling silver napkin ring. Monogrammed: Dick. 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.
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.
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 silver fork is hand tooled and has a twisted handle with a man or warrior figure at the top. It is a berry fork or butter pick or olive fork or pickle fork or cocktail pick. The figure of the man is excellently done, with lots of detail and in 3-dimensions. The piece is not marked, but surely high silver content – maybe sterling, possibly from Argentina. Overall length is 4 5/8 inches. Excellent condition.
Nice late-19th century vanity dish with a Renaissance style portrait of a young lady in a blue hat with a pink flower. The dish has scrolled edges and is trimmed in gold. The portrait is hand painted over a decal. It has an impressed number on the side – M137 I think. The dish is in excellent condition, although there is wear to the gold at the rim of the dish. Measures about 3 1/2 by 2 3/8 inches and about 5/8 inch deep.
This is a Victorian Antique Wooden Treen Mauchlineware Napkin Ring. It is made of wood and is decorated with a transfer image of “Dryburgh Abbey” and is marked “Made of Wood Grown on the Lands of Abbotsford” and number “1”. Measures about 1 1/4” wide and 2” diameter. Excellent condition.
Gorgeous set of German porcelain salt dips with delicate hand-painted pink roses and blue flowers around the inside rim and covered in gold on the outside. The inside is covered with a nice subtle luster glaze.
These measure about 1 1/2 x 1 7/8 inches and 1 inch tall. They are simply marked: Germany. Excellent condition.
Wonderful cardboard box with an Asian scene of a couple riding on horses on the lid. The scene is a print that is outlined by hand drawn line borders. Inside, the box is covered with gold fleur d’lys on a red background. Excellently made and decorated. The whole box is given an “antiqued” look with a lacquered finish. Excellent condition, with minor loss to the lacquer on the top (as shown). Marked on the back: DR in a circle and 12/7-...
This silver pick is hand tooled and has a ring on the end. It is a butter pick or olive fork or pickle fork or cocktail pick. Maybe even for berries! The piece is not marked, but surely high silver content – maybe sterling, possibly from Argentina. Overall length is 3 1/4 inches. Excellent condition.
This is a long, flat sterling silver napkin ring by G. H. French & Co. of Attlboro, Mass., c1925. Monogrammed: LO. Marked: GHF logo / Sterling. Measures about 3/4 inch wide x 2-5/8 inches long and weighs about 0.88 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
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.
Beautiful set of six sterling silver serving or oval soup spoons with a terrific art nouveau pattern. This pattern is Versailles introduced in 1888 by Gorham Mfg. Co. Spoons measure about 7 inches long and weigh about 1.7 Troy ounces each – total weight of set is about 10.2 Troy ounces. LBW monogram on the back. Excellent condition.
NOTE: We have a two sets of six of these spoons listed for sale. Quoted shipping is for parcel post insured in the USA. For other options please contact us.
Wonderful souvenir of San Francisco before the Golden Gate Bridge was built. The bowl has a raised image of San Francisco Bay looking out at the sunset through the Golden Gate. The Presidio is on the left and the Bodega lighthouse on the right. The handle of the spoon has a lovely floral design front and back – I do not know the name of the pattern.
Measures about 5 1/8 inches long. Excellent condition. Marked on the back with the Watson flying H logo and Sterling.