Archibald Knox Liberty Tudric hammered pewter tea set, C.1906.Teapot, cream jug and sugar, each of compressed oval form with relief whiplash curved celtic ornament interlace decoration, original wicker handle and button to teapot. Stamped 6 Made in England Tudric Pewter 0231. See pp48 and 110 Archibald Knox by Stephen Martin; Together with rare Archibald Knox Liberty Pewter Tray, C.1906. The hammered finish tray with stylised entrelac Knox designs to each cornice. Numbered 0309...
Pair of circular American salt cellars, in G II style, Boston maker: Jones, Ball and Poor, circa 1840.
Wonderful antique Russian cigarette box, fully hallmarked with AK 84 mark, depicting foliage design and gilded cupid with bow and arrows on the lid, equipped with push bottom, still retains the elastic fabric cigarette retainers. Measurements: 4 1/4" x 3" and in very good condition.
A very fine English small sterling bowl, a replica of a monteith bowl. Fully hallmarked with the leopard head (London),lion (England),letter d (1900) and makers mark, WC JL in shield. The underside of the foot is stamped Goldsmiths Company 112 Regent Street. This company sold many fine pieces of silver and jewelry to the Royal family and has its own history. It may still be in business. There is information on Google about it. The work on this bowl is exceptional. Mint condition. See photos...
Liberty and Co Archibald Knox designed Tudric Tray, C.1903. The hammered pewter tray of rectangular shape with integral open vertical handles, stylised entrelac and berry decoration cornices. Original patina. Marks to underside including 0376 Liberty & Co. Measures: 49.5 x 31.5 cm. Illustrated Liberty The Classic Years, Mervyn Levy Page 47; Archibald Knox, Stephen Martin Page 196.
SOLD - Original early 20th Century cast iron andirons in the form of sitting cats with green glass eyes that glow when the fire light is behind them, including a very rare set of fire tools with Cat form handles, comprised of a stand, shovel, poker and broom. Several American foundries cast andirons of this type. Some have foundry marks that can be identified. These are marked Tennessee Chrome Plate Co. Nashville Tennessee. Andirons dimensions:16 3/4" H X 15 1/2" D. X 7 1/4" W...
An Etched Brass Bed Warmer with a Turned Oak Handle. From the mid/late 19th century. Dimensions 47" in length, pan 11.5" in diameter x 4.0" in height. Some minor wear but in very good condition
Tiffany Sterling Silver Goblet, circa 1854. Beautiful engraving and applied decoration. Marked TIFFANY & CO, 6369, ENG'STERLING, 925-1000, G&W (Grosjean & Woodward), 19. Engraved initials W.&E.Dr.S. Inside of goblet is gilded. Excellent condition. 6 inches
An Impressively Large Sterling Soup or Punch Ladle from William Kendrick & Son (mark used from 1873-1880) of Louisville, KY, patented in 1871. Kendrick was both a Retailer and Silversmith. it continues today under the name Merkeley Kendrick. Dimensions; 14.25" in length, bowl 4.75" x 3.75". Weight, 6 ounces. Excellent condition.
Victorian Georgian sterling silver dinner plate. Made by Robert Garrard in London 1846. Deep well and scalloped shoulder with engraved armorial. Gadrooned room interspersed with scallop shells and leaves. Fully marked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 3/4 x D 10 3/8 in. Weight: 20 troy ounces. #BV834
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau Rococo sterling silver letter rack.
Plain rectangular base with scrolled rim and foliate corner supports. Three identical partitions: buxom lolling lady and two cherubs holding garland at ends, surrounded by open scrollwork and foliage. Perfect for sorting correspondence. Two compartments – one for romantic, one for platonic. Fully marked including stamps for Black, Starr & Frost and Ferdinand Fuchs, and no. 642...
A Georgian Silver Flat Top Tankard by Solomon Hougham, London, 1796. A reeded design, with an engraved handle and a dragon in the front. Dimensions; 7.5 inches high, 36.5 traditional ounces, 33.3 "Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Magnificant Pair of George III Silver Sauce Ladles with a Feather Edge and Shell Bowl, by George Smith and Hallmarked in London in 1798. Retailed and a Custom Leather Box by Wartski, Regent Street, Jewelers to the Queen (retailed and boxed at a later date). Dimensions; 7" each, Box, 8.5" x 6.5". Box and Ladles in Excellent Condition.
Late Colonial Albany, N.Y. Silver Teaspoon, c. 1790, by Isaac Hutton (1766-1855). Wonderful signature bright cutting, original engraved shaded initials, A over IVA. Beautiful condition and quality. A very fine piece. 5 5/8 inches.
Victorian sterling silver picture frame. Made by Arthur Johnson Smith in Birmingham in 1899. Oval window in jeweled surround with paste diamond border. With beveled glass and hinged easel silver support and loose-mounted ring for hanging. Perfect for the maiden-days portrait of the family matriarch. Fully marked. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: Frame: H 2 1/4 x W 1 3/4 in. Window: H 1 3/4 x W 1 1/4 in. #BT370
An Art Deco Sterling Silver Fruit Bowl on a Pedestal Base Supported by Stylized Grapes and Leaves. By Woodside Sterling, NY 1910-1920; the highly designed base is done in the George Jensen style.
Dimensions 8.5" diameter x 6.5" high, weight 17.3 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Pair of Coin Silver Fiddle Handle Large Serving Spoons. Marked Jones, Lows and Ball, Boston c. 1840. Weight 2.8 T. ounces; length 9.25". Excellent condition.
A Magnificent Large German Silver Center Bowl or Compote. Dimensions; 12.5" wide x 9" high; weight, a heavy 40.2 Troy ounces. Made in Germany circa 1890. Excellent condition.