German 800 silver and glass decanter, ca 1910. Flat and round bowl with cylindrical neck. Double-sided acid-etched landscapes with picturesque windmills, bridges, and houses. At bottom 800 silver mount with pierced and chased scrollwork, as well as musicians and colonnade. Silver neck collar. Silver ball stopper with figural finial in form of water carrier; clear glass plug. Marks possibly for Wolf & Knell in Hanau. Good condition with deep patina...
This wishbone sugar cube tong is hallmarked with Lunt symbol Treasure #271 and sterling. This item also has engraved initials on one side of bottom of wishbone.
Turn-of-the-century Edwardian sterling silver dish. Made by Towle in Newburyport, Mass. Rectangular well. Sides and ends curved with scrolled rim and pierced quatrefoil and tooled wavy borders. Floral clusters at corners. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and no. 149. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 3/4 x W 6 1/8 x D 4 3/4 in. Weight: 3.5 troy ounces. #BJ326
Large Edwardian sterling silver ice bucket. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1909. Round with straight sides and 4 ball supports. Pierced beading and scrollwork. Two oval frames (vacant). Detachable clear glass liner. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, date symbol, and no. 402A. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 4 3/4 x D 8 1/2 in. Weight (silver only): 13 troy ounces. #BQ921
Pair of English George III London Sterling Silver Tablespoons dated 1765 by John James. Original shaded engraved initials EW. Gorgeous flame or scroll backs. 8" long.
A very pretty sterling silver berry or casserole spoon by Durgin. The handle is nicely engraved in an ivy pattern, while the gilt bowl is engraved with a flock of butterflies. The back is stamped with Durgin's earliest hallmark.
Origin: America, ca. 1870. Condition: excellent, no monogram, sharp detail, gilding faded to pale lemon. Size: 9" long. Weight: 59.0 grams.
Large and heavy sterling silver serving tray. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1910. Plain oval well. Wide shoulder has applied garland strung with flowers, pomegranates, and Classical masks. Rim has raised imbricated leaf border with leaf-mounted volute scrolls at ends along with oval frames (vacant). Fully marked including maker’s stamp and pattern code MNG. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1 1/2 x W 20 3/4 x D 14 1/4 in. Weight: 65 troy ounces. #BU939
A Small but elaborate Repousse 800 Silver Pin Dish from Germany, circa 1890. Dimensions; 4.5" x 3.5, weight 1.5 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Large Victorian English Brass Inkstand, with Two Lidded Porcelain Inkwells, a Candleholder, a Nib Brush and Two Pen Holders. Marked on the bottom Rd No (Registry Number) 1702 for 1885. Dimensions; 16.5" long 4 6.5" deep x 6.5" high; approximately 3.5 pounds in weight. Excellent condition.
Craftsman sterling silver porringer. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1878. Traditional form with shaped open handle. Dense allover fish-scale hammering. Very much a statement design. Hallmark includes pattern no. 5050 (first produced in 1878) and director’s letter M (1873-91). Nice condition with deep period patina.
Dimensions H (handle) 2 3/8 x W 7 3/8 x D 4 1/2 in. Weight: 5.4 troy ounces. #BD353
Large turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau glass cologne bottle with engraved silver overlay. Made by Gorham in Providence. Globular with everted rim. Ball stopper. Loose and interlaced scrolled overlay with flower heads and leaves in symmetrical pattern. Shaped cartouche engraved with interlaced script monogram. Glass color is red. Silver marked and numbered D945. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 8 x D 4 3/4 in. #BT176
Craftsman hand-hammered sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1909. Softly faceted baluster with v-spout and c-scroll handle. Nice rippling shimmer. Rectangular frame with two-letter monogram. Fully marked including pattern no. 17580 (first produced in 1909), director’s letter m (1907-47), phrase “Special Hand Work”, and volume (5 1/2 pints). Fine condition.
Dimensions: H 8 1/4 x W 9 1/4 x D 5 3/4 in. Heavy weight: 37.5 troy ounces. #BS177
Fabulous figural silverplated shellfish server. Of the highest quality, this piece is formed as two mussel shells flanking an oyster shell, with a double strap handle reminiscent of seaweed. The bottom is marked with a "N & W" hallmark, along with the pattern number "424" and the registry number "333221" indicating a date of 1899.
Origin: England, 1899. Condition: virtually mint. Size: 11" x 11" x 5-1/4" high.
An elegant Thomas Ellis sterling silver and whalebone toddy ladle with an elongated bowl with a rope twist edging. The twisted baleen handle affords a better grip and retains its original end cap. In very good antique condition, it is hallmarked in the bowl and dates circa 1780. Measures 13.25 inches long; bowl measures 2.75" x 2.5", 1" deep.
A George II Sterling Silver tankard, Hallmarked for London, 1759 with the makers mark of John Payne. It weights 23.7 Troy ounces and is 7.5/8" high. It is of Baluster shape on a circular foot. There is a period armorial engraved on the front (signed) with period initials on handle. Excellent condition.
Antique William Comyns tortoise shell place card holder. Sterling silver with a gold wash. In excellent condition, fully hallmarked.
Aesthetic Movement sterling silver compote. Made by John R. Wendt in New York, ca 1870. Oval bowl with engraved single-letter monogram and raised volute-scroll ends. Leaf and berry knop on short support mounted to stepped and domed foot with raised ornamental band between beaded borders. Restrained Classicism in the fashionable Greek taste ramped up at ends with calla lilies—big, bold blooms, the leaves splayed and stems banded to exterior...
Christopher Dresser designed silver plate double ended Sugar Scuttle, with spoon. England C.1890 Walker & Hall. The Sugar scuttle, plain oval slightly spreading footed base, with central plain handle. Stamped on the underside 1995A Walker & Hall Sheffield Silver Cutlers & Silversmiths. Measures: - 6 .0 x 4 3/8 x 4.75 inches