A 19thC Davis Bros. sterling silver napkin ring. This 1-7/8" diameter and 1-1/4" wide late 19th century sterling silver napkin ring is stamped DAVIS BROS. and STERLING. There are a number of American silversmiths/firms with the name Davis, also a Toronto manufacturing firm of that name. It could possibly also refer to a retailer. It has a script AC(?) monogram, it weighs a substantial 40 grams, and it is in excellent vintage condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs...
Large turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau glass water pitcher with engraved silver overlay. Faceted clear glass body with asymmetrical and castellated helmet mouth. Silver overlay in form of trellis arcade inset with loose and fluid irises. Scroll handle in silver collar as is round foot ring. Handle marked “Sterling” with La Pierre maker’s stamp. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 10 x W 10 x D 5 7/8 in. #BV732
Turn-of-the-century sterling silver dessert set with world’s fair exhibition history. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. This set comprises 12 plates and 2 compotes. Each plate: Hexagonal well bordered by bead-and-reel surrounded by applied and open rim in relief comprising fruit baskets joined by rinceaux scrolls and garland. Each compote: Same with raised and gadrooned foot on three leaf-mounted volute scrolls.
Fully marked. Both compotes have pattern no...
A phenomenal Victorian sterling silver cheese scoop in Whiting’s “No. 26” pattern. The tip of the handle features a gorgeous full-blown peony blossom and bud. The twist stem leads to the deeply curled bowl. “No. 26” is an extremely rare pattern. It is always very finely made and exceptionally heavy, even by Whiting’s standards. The pattern is a multi-motif design, so each piece has a slightly different, but related, decoration on the handle...
A Sterling Silver Pierced Nut or Bon Bon Spoon by R. Wallace & Sons in the "Princess Pat" pattern of 1914. It is 4.5" in length and has a monogram "D" in script.
Really superb quality pin box with painted lid, approx. 5" x 3.5" and with hinged lid.
Lovely Antique 830 Scandinavian Silver Easel Back Frame with Beveled Mirror Circa 1900-1920.
Measures 7" Tall and 5.5" Wide with 4" x 3.5" Opening for a Picture or Mirror.
Hallmarked AVRA 830 . Very Good Condition. Lovely piece.
An oustanding sterling silver centerpiece basket by Gorham. The sides and handle are decorated with extremely ornate bright-cut engraving in a swirling foliate pattern. The motif is repeated to great effect in the gilt feet that raise up the basket. The intersection of the handle and feet is finished with an applied classical lion mask. The surfaces are finished in an acid-finished matte texture...
Turn-of-the-century cut-glass perfume bottle with sterling silver stopper. Globular with short and faceted neck and shoulder, and everted rim. Star, fern, and diaper ornament. Globular stopper with dense repousse-style flowers and ferns on stippled ground. Marked “Sterling” with stamp for James R. Armiger Co., a Baltimore maker that began working under that name in 1896. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 6 7/8 x D 3 5/8 in. #BM943 & BM944
Extremely rare sterling silver oyster ladle in the 1900 "Buttercup" pattern by Gorham. Oyster ladles are very difficult to find because they were only included with the most complete services. They were used to serve oyster stews. Today, they could also be used for soups or even for punch. The back of the handle is marked with Gorham's old hallmark and also with the patent date, indicating that this is an early example.
Origin: America, ca 1900...
A Set of Ten Fiddle Handle Coin silver Spoons from Baltimore, c. 1815-1825. Each 6" in length and a total weight of 9.6 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A group of items from the well regarded Chicago metalsmith, Falick Novick.
Priced individually from $150-450.
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This small pure silver (mark 1000)saucer is decorated with a lobbed enamel rim. In very good condition. Diameter 10 cm.
A George II Sterling Silver Coffee Pot by Thomas Whipham, London, 1751. Features Reed Borders, a Wooden Handle, Engraved Coat of Arms and a Swan's Head Spout. Dimensions; 9" high x 8" wide; weight; 27.3 Standard and 24.9 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
Pretty turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau green glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Baluster flowing into round foot; short neck and flared rim. Semi-abstract floral pattern with loose and twisted petals, and entwined stems. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 8 1/4 x D 3 in. #BT341
A wonderful Art Nouveau sterling silver cracker scoop in Blackinton’s 1904 “Daisy” pattern. The handle, decorated with flowers and foliage, nicely accents the ruffled edge of the bowl. Cracker scoops were originally used to serve small crackers similar to today’s oyster crackers. Now, the piece could be used to serve a variety of foods. Blackinton made a small line of very good sterling silver flatware in the Art Nouveau style. All U.S...
Art Nouveau design at its finest. A romanticized reclining maiden in the manner of Alphonse Mucha is depicted in silhouette upon the large bevel mirror as she gazes forward...