A Sterling Silver Repousse' Fruit or enter Bowl, by Jacobi and Jenkins (1894-1908) famed Baltimore Silversmiths. Dimensions; 8/75" in diameter x 3" high; weight; 12.8 Standard/11.7 Troy ounces. Monogram. Excellent condition.
A Magnificent Sterling Silver Footed Tazza or Compote by Theodore B. Starr in a floral openwork pattern on both the edge and base. An inscription on the base dates from 1905. Monogram in center of Tazza. Dimensions; 9.5" high x 3" in diameter; weight, a very heavy 27.4 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Magnificent Sterling Silver Center Bowl or Fruit Bowl by Theodore B. Starr in an Art Nouveau Pattern with a Gadroon Border on the Top Edge and the Base. There is a Monogram on the Underside. Dimensions; 9.25" in diameter x 3.75" high; weight, a substantial 27.7 Troy ounces. Circa 1900. Excellent condition.
A George III Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard, by Thomas Wallis, London 1777. with Floral Repousse' Decoration. Gilt interior. Dimension; 7.5" high x 6.5" wide to handle; weight, 23.8 Troy ounces. Very fine condition.
An Elegant Late Victorian English Silver Tea Caddy with a Bird and Floral Repousse Design. Hallmarked for London, 1895, with the Makers Mark of WG over JL, for William Gibson and John Langman founders of Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Ltd. in 1880 on Regent Street in London Dimensions; 4.25" high x 3.25" diameter; weight, 4.1 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Substantial German Silver (835 silver standard) Wine Pitcher or Claret Jug. It is decorated in a grape and vine pattern (handle is a vine) Dimensions; 11" high x 8" wide; weight a heavy 32.9 Troy ounces. Date is circa 1890 and it is in excellent condition.
An English Silver Berry Spoon from the Early Victorian Period. Made in London in 1839 by Mary Chawner, Widow of William Chawner (of the prolific Chawner dynasty), and prominent woman silversmith on her own. Dimensions; 9" in length. Excellent condition.
A Sterling Soup or Punch Ladle by Wood and Hughes with a Shaped Bowl and a Medallion of the Head of Diana at the end of the Handle. Dimensions; 13.75" in length; bowl 5" x 4"; weight 7.3 Troy ounces. Circa 1870 and in excellent condition
Boxed French Silver 5 piece Serving Set;13.7 Troy ounces total. Consists of a Carving Knife (12.5" marked Paris Acier Fondu), Carving Fork (11"), Salad Set (silver with ivory bowl and tines), both Fork and Spoon 11", and a Cake Server (11.25"). All silver stamped with the French Minerva mark as well as an axe in a diamond and the initial AH-presumably maker. Late 19th century. In original blue silk lined presentation box. Excellent condition.
A Pair of Sterling Tazzas or Cake Trays, by Dominick and Haff with an Extensively Chased Design. Dimensions; 11" in diameter and 4.5" high. Weight is and impressive 25 ounces each (50 ounces total). There is a monogram "R" on one of them. From the early 1900's and in excellent condition. Note that there are a matching pair pair of candlesticks available (Item number 1418).
A Sterling Silver Asparagus Fork or Server by the Alvin Corp. of Providence, RI (and bought by Gorham in 1928) in the rare Monterey pattern, produced only in 1895. It is 8.75" in length and has a heavily scripted monogram, possibly "MN". In very good condition.
A George III Sterling Silver Inktray or Stand in the Roccoco Style, with 3 Cut Glass Panel Sided Inkwells with Repousse Tops and Scroll and Shell Legs; Birmingham, 1795. Makers mark rubbed. Dimensions; 8.5" wide x 5.75" deep x 3" high. Excellent condition.
Wonderful Antique Scandinavian Spooon. I am not sure if Tea Caddy or Anointing Spoon. It measures appx 6 inches long and 2 3/4 inches wide. Very elaborate Victorian Handle with Swans a Cherub and Silver Pearls. Hallmarked 830S and 2 punch marks which I cannot read. Weight is appx 2 ounces. Wonderful Condition.
An English Victorian Sterling Silver Inkstand or Standish with a Silver Lidded Inkwell. Hallmarked Birmingham, 1899, with makers mark indistinct (possibly Horace Woodward & Co,). Monogram FCS? and the date 1899. Dimensions 8" wide x 4.5" deep x 3.5" high. Very good condition.
A Georgian Regency Style English Silver Sauce Boat. Made in London in 1905 (makers mark S B & Sons, for S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd.) for J E Caldwell (Philadelphia, 1839-2009). Dimensions 6.5" wide x 4" high, 7.8 Troy ounces; Monogram (TW with EN in center). Excellent condition.
A George III Silver Stuffing Spoon; Hallmarked London 1800, with the makers mark of C & TW Barker. Dimension; 11.5", weight 3.6 ounces. Excellent condition.
A Gorham Sterling Silver Footed Center or Fruit Bowl; Date Code for 1881. The outer rim is decorated in relief, with a swirling acanthus leaf vine. Dimensions 8.75" diameter x 3 1/8" high; weight 13.2 Troy ounces. Monogram on underside (CH?). Excellent condition.
A Fine Mappin and Webb Sterling Silver Octagonal Sugar Caster with Detachable Pierced Lid; Assayed in Birmingham, 1914. Dimensions 8.5" high x 3" at widest. Weight is 7.3 Troy ounces. Very fine condition.