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 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, plus the flying R logo of Charles M. Robbins as maker. Measures about 5 3/4 inches long. Nice spoon – excellent condition.
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.
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.
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...
Beautiful set of six silverplate salad forks with a fine line pattern. This pattern is Mary Stuart from Oneida Tudor Plate introduced in 1927. Forks measure about 6-1/8 inches long. No monogram. Excellent condition.
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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 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 pair of silver (probably plated) napkin rings. These have a neat art deco design and marked Monsieur and Madame. There are two marks on the small end (please see photo): Rooster Head with D Fr / GR. I think these are French, but definitely continental. Measure about 1-1/4 inches wide x 2-1/8 inches across. The set weigh about 2.3 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
Nice baby’s cup made for Sheets Rockford Silver Company in Mexico. This company is primarily known for silver plated ware, but they had pieces made in Mexico using sterling silver. It probably dates from the 1930s or 1940s. Marked: Sterling Mexico / logo with Sheets Rockford S. Co. 1875 and scales inside. Weighs about 1.795 Troy ounces (40.3 grams). Measures about 2 inches tall and 2 inches across not including the handle. Excellent condition, with just a few minor dings.
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.
This silver fork is hand tooled and has a twisted handle with a bucket and water well at the top. It is a berry fork or butter pick or olive fork or pickle fork or cocktail pick. The figure of the water well is excellently done, with lots of detail and in 3-dimensions with a hanging bucket. The piece is marked on one tine: 900 Argentina. Overall length is 4 1/4 inches. Excellent condition.
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.
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 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...
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 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.