A Fine Sugar Basket or Bonbon Dish by Davis & Galt, Silversmiths of Philadelphia (1888-1896) and made for Black, Starr & Frost. A Boat-shaped Form, with a Swing Handle and a Foliate Repousee Design. The Davis and Galt mark (fleur-de-lis within a shield) and the Black Starr & Frost imprint. Dimensions; 6" x 4.25" x 6.5" to handle; weight; 5.5 Troy ounces. Very fine condition.
A Stunning Sterling Silver Coffee Pot by Bigelow and Kennard (Boston 1863-1923) in a highly intricate ribbed design. Circa; 1890-1900. Dimensions; 8.75" high; weight 17.5 traditional, 15.9 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
Turn-of-the-century sterling silver and brilliant-cut glass flask Made by Unger Bros in Newark. Rectilinear with curved sides and diaper inset with alternating paterae and diaper. Threaded sterling silver collar and cover with plain sides and ornamented top with dense scrollwork surrounding vacant center. Cover fully marked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 6 1/4 x W 3 x D 1 1/4 in. #BV121
George III sterling silver covered serving dish. Made by Thomas Robins London in 1814. Rectangular with gently curved sides. Rim gadrooned with corner shell-and-leaf ornament. Cover double-domed with gadrooning. Central cast finial in form of Classical bare-shouldered male bust with beard and circlet over short locks. Finial on gadrooned oval mounted to stippled and overlapping leaves. Gorgeous Georgian for the main course. Fully marked. Cover has retailer’s stamp “Lewis London”...
Japonesque mixed metal on sterling silver bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1881. Curved sides, molded rim, and foot rim. On exterior are applied vegetation rooted in granulated soil, a stray dragonfly, and solitary fisherman who has hooked a fish. Fully marked with maker’s stamp and “Sterling / 385 / N / & Other Metals”. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 1 7/8 x D 5 in. Gross weight: 5 troy ounces. #BV126
Turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau glass claret jug with silver overlay. Cylindrical with spread base, c-scroll handle, and small lip spout. Star cut to underside. Overlay in form of scrolls and diaper. Shaped tubular cartouche engraved with interlaced script monogram. Glass is red except handle which is clear. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 1/2 x W 5 1/2 x D 4 3/4 in. #BR791
A George III Sterling Silver Coffee Pot by John Emes, Hallmarked in London in 1805. A Chased Overall Floral Design, with Tripod Lions Paw Feet and an Acorn finial. A monogram in one cartouche (LAC?). Dimensions; 9" high, weight 23.5 standard, 21.4 Troy ounces.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.
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...
German 800 silver and glass vase, ca 1910. Tapering trumpet-form in clear glass with acid-etched wreaths, scrolls, and flowers. At top pierced and chased 800 silver mount with cherubs, flowers, and scrolls. Detachable 800 silver base with spread foot with scrolled cartouches (vacant). Same ornament. Silver fully marked including Hanau maker’s stamp for Storck & Sinsheimer. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 14 1/2 x D 5 1/2 in. Weight (base only): 9 troy ounces...
A very special Silver (800) Basket with handle in the Classicism style, 19th century. It is decorated with
pierced medallions and relief décor showing the matching inner blue glass inset. This exquisite European genuine silver basket is gilded/with Vermeil inside and is stamped with a half moon and the royal crown. Weight: 208 gr., size: height 23 cm. Diameter 12 cm.Collector's item!
Austrian Classical clear glass jar with 800 silver cover, ca 1910. Tubular with cut fluting and star. Cover silver; gently raised with beaded border. Cover marks include Schwarz & Steiner stamp and letters RS and HD. Fine condition.
Dimensions: H 2 1/2 x L 7 7/8 x W 2 1/2 in. Weight (silver only): 4 troy ounces. #BR777
Edwardian glass jar with sterling silver cover. Made by Arthur Wilmore Pennington in Birmingham in 1908. Jar round and curved with short straight neck. Cut ferns, diaper, and stars. Cover has central hair receiver hole and small pin holes. Shell and scroll ornament. Cover fully marked and numbered 4092. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 3 x D 3 1/4 in. #PM
Pretty German 800 silver and crystal decanter, ca 1910. Curved and faceted crystal body flowing into spread base; acid-etched flowers, leaves, and scrolls. Drum-form neck in silver collar with tooled flowers and scrolls. Silver ovoid and faceted stopper with flowers and scenes of gallantry. Pierced silver border at base with scrolls and shells. Marks include maker’s stamp for Vereinigte Silberwarenfabrik in Hanau. Good condition.
Dimensions: H 12 1/2 x D 4 1/4 in. #BL890
Turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau glass perfume with engraved silver overlay. Ovoid bottle with short neck and everted rim in silver collar. Stopper ovoid with concave neck in same. Dense overlay in form of entwined and scrolling tendrils, scattered flower heads, and diaper. Asymmetrical strapwork cartouche engraved with interlaced script monogram. Glass is clear. Numbered 4911B. Excellent condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 8 x D 3 3/4 in. #BQ387
Super big and super romantic sterling silver heart bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1910. Solid well; curved and tapering sides with chased scrolls and ribbon bows, and pierced geometric ornament. Irregular rim with scrolls, leaves, and flowers. Open leaf and scroll foot ring. Fully marked including maker’s and retailer’s (Bailey, Banks & Biddle) stamps, no. 3285 and date symbol. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x W 10 1/4 x D 12 in. Weight: 15 troy ounces. #BV102
Edwardian crystal decanter with sterling silver stopper. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1897. Bell-form bowl with baluster neck, u-form spout, and c-scroll handle. Engraved and acid-etched flowers and leaves. Stopper ovoid with scrolls and flowers. Engraved interlaced script monogram. Stopper fully marked including date symbol and no. S2822. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 12 x D 5 1/4 in. #BD104
Chrysanthemum sterling silver meat platter. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Shaped oval well with tree of life to collect the rivulets of precious pan juices. Irregular rim with the famous chrysanthemum flower heads alternating with leaves in dense and tactile arrangement. Four volute scroll supports with same. A rare piece in the celebrated pattern, a New World interpretation of a Japanese motif, that was first produced in 1880. Fully marked including pattern no...
German Modern 800 silver and glass decanter, ca 1910. Ovoid glass body with star cut to underside. Drum-form neck and triangular spout. Cover flat and hinged with ball finial. Bracket handle. Silver fully marked including Koch & Bergfeld maker’s stamp and no. 18798. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 9 x W 4 1/2 x D 4 1/2 in. #BU427
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Ovoid body flowing into spread foot. Overlay in form of rose branch with buds and blooms on floaty, leafing tendrils. Ribbon cartouche engraved with interlaced 3-letter monogram. Glass is green. Silver faintly marked including La Pierre maker’s stamp. Excellent condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 10 1/4 x D 3 1/4 in. #BT564
Fabulous Victorian Aesthetic silver-plated fruit set. Made by Martin, Hall & Co. in Sheffield, ca 1879. This set comprises 41 pieces: 18 forks, 18 knives, 4 serving spoons, and grape shears. Engraved stylized ornament including flowers, leaves, and geometric bands.
In stained-wood case. Front has hinged doors and top. Fitted velvet with silk lining. Forks and knives set in three rows of which the back two in wood and velvet frames that can be raised with loose-mounted brass ring...
George III sterling silver teapot. Made by Hester Bateman in London in 1789. Oval with convex sides with flutes and pilasters. Cover hinged and domed with green-tinted carved pineapple finial. Capped stained-wood handle. Diagonal and faceted spout. Two engraved wreath frames (of which one vacant, the other engraved with single-letter monogram) between pendant flower borders. Modish Neoclassical form and ornament. Fully marked. Condition: Handle has visible repair. Otherwise fine.
Georgian style sterling silver candlesticks, Crichton, London, 1917. 18th century neoclassical style on oval loaded sterling silver bases, engraved coat of arms, vase shape fluted stems, detachable bobeche. Measures: Height 11.5 inches. Fully marked.
Beautiful turn-of-the-century red glass perfume with engraved silver overlay. Made by Gorham in Providence. Globular bottle with short neck and ball stopper. Classical rinceaux overlay and circular frame engraved with interlaced monogram. Maker’s stamp and no. D941. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 5 1/2 x D 3 1/4 in.#BT179
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau sterling silver mirror. Made by Lebkuecher in Newark. Two bracket supports joined by concave and crisscrossing stretchers. Hinged swing oval frame inset with beveled glass. Dense and fluid engraved scrolls, leaves, and flowers on lined ground. Each support has shaped cartouche (vacant). Glass frame engraved with interlaced script monogram. A timeless addition to a lady’s vanity table. Fully marked and numbered 2473/15. Excellent condition with strong definition....
Nuremburg sterling silver ladle. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1880. Round bowl with turned-down scalloped rim and gilt interior. Bowl verso has shell mount and interlaced script monogram. Branch-style handle and double-sided figural terminal with a hawk perching on the wrist of a sidesaddle huntress, in company of a hound. A sentimental harkening back to 15th-century Germany. Fully marked including maker’s and retailer’s (Theodore B. Starr) stamps. Excellent condition with nice patina.
George II sterling silver salver. Made by George Wickes in London in 1747. Molded and scrolled piecrust rim interspersed with scallop shells. Well center has engraved armorial with raised spear. Three capped volute supports. Fully marked. Good condition with engraving nicely “sunk”.
Dimensions: H 1 3/8 x D 12 3/8 in. Weight: 24 troy ounces. #BU263
American Edwardian Regency sterling silver candlesticks, ca 1910. Retailed by Bailey, Banks & Biddle in Philadelphia. Each: Faceted with tapering socket on same shaft on raised foot. Bobeche round with readed rim. On shaft are engraved leaves and scrolls, and two pendant flower frames with script monograms. Fully marked including retailer’s stamp and no. 440. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 1/2 x W 4 1/2 x D 4 in. Weighted. #BU246
Christopher Dresser designed silver plate double ended Sugar Scuttle, with spoon. England, circa 1890 Walker & Hall. The Sugar scuttle, plain oval slightly spreading footed base, with central plain handle. Stamped on the underside 1995 and 76 Walker & Hall Sheffield England. Measures: - 6 .0 x 4 3/8 x 4.75 inches. Slight wear underside base.
Rare pair of Sir Walter Raleigh Antique Sterling Silver servers, Newcastle 1882 Christian Reid. Large oval pear shape bowls, twist spiral stems with figure head terminals of Sir Walter Raleigh. Measures: Length 11.75 inches. Weight: 8.5 oz.
Gorham Athenic Sterling Greek inspired basket, date letter for 1871. Oval shaped on oval pedestal base, simple form with moulded rim; the fixed handle accented with Grecian motif terminals and rosette medallions on interior ends of basket. Full Gorham Athenic marks to base and design number 418. Measures: Length 10.25 inches. Width 7.50 inches. Height 9.50 inches. Weight 472 grams. No engravings or monograms. Excellent condition.
Rare Christopher Dresser designed miniature cup and saucer, hallmarked 1892-1894, Hukin & Heath. The cup of plain, slightly tapered, plain curve handle, saucer plain welled. Cup and Saucer fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1894 and London 1892 by Hukin & Heath respectively. Underside of Saucer retailer’s mark, Clark 20 Old Bond St. Alfred Clark was a silversmith who was in the top end of the market and counted Royalty amongst his customers including Edward VII. Measures: 3.25 x 1.5 inches. Item ...
Edwardian Neoclassical sterling silver sugar basket. Made by Thomas Bradbury & Sons in London in 1903. Boat-form and paneled bowl with molded curvilinear rim and stepped oval foot. Reeded c-scroll swing handle. Fully marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H (with handle) 6 x W 5 3/8 x D 3 5/8 in. Weight: 4 troy ounces. #BM788
Large & heavy American sterling silver tea tray, ca 1890. Well has engraved flower-head frame (vacant) surrounded by allover flower-inset diaper. Wide shoulder with repousse floral garland and picturesque turrets and bridges. A great Baltimore-style tower & flower design. Scrolled end handles. Marked “Sterling / F & F / 1200”. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 1 3/4 x W 30 x D 18 in. Weight: 156 troy ounces. #BU275
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Baluster with dense and vertical overlay in form of entwined stem flowers in curvilinear frames. Scrolled cartouche (vacant). Glass is green. Fully marked including maker's stamp (Alvin), retailer's stamp (Black, Starr & Frost), and no. G3215/3. Excellent condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 6 3/8 x D 2 5/8 in. #BT558
Irish Georgian sterling silver salver. Made by John Letablere in Dublin, mid-18th century. Gadrooned rim interspersed with shells and flower heads. Well center has engraved armorial with sword-bearing hand surrounded by flowers, leaves, and diaper-inset scrolls. Four leaf-capped volute-scroll supports. Marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 1 3/4 x D 12 1/4 in. Heavy weight: 42 troy ounces. #BU356