One of the most beautiful ladles we have ever seen! This exquisite Durgin ladle in the Iris pattern is Art Nouveau at it's best. Introduced in 1900 to rave review, this large, heavy and gracious serving piece will be everyone's favorite! 10 3/4" x 4"
Very large french cast iron sundial dated 1787.
With fleur de lys designs and coat of arms.
Name on it: Pr Michel Fernet.
Size : 34x34 cm
Weight : 2720g
Traces of use due to age.
Turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Ovoid with flat round foot and flared mouth. Floral overlay with splayed and serrated petals and bud (engraved with script monogram); interlaced and whiplash tendrils. Glass is red shading to pink at mouth; foot clear. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 10 1/8 x D 3 1/2 in. #BT871
Turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau sterling silver rattle. Round head and baluster handle with embossed ornament: Female heads with fairy wings and tresses flowing into scrolls and flowers. Scrolled cartouches (vacant). Marked “Sterling” and Woodside maker’s stamp. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 6 3/8 x W 2 1/4 in. Weight: 1.4 troy ounces. #BV522
Egyptian Silver Wine Bucket, C.1920. The Bucket of tapered form, richly engraved with multiple hieroglyphic depictions and pyramids, figures, horse’s chariots, snakes, serpents, camels, wing handle. Marks for Cairo under base. Height: 5.75 inches (10.75 inches including handle). Weight: 378 grams.
Victorian Classical sugar caster. Made by William Gibson & John Langman in London in 1893. Girdled body on stepped foot. Twisted fluting with scalloped borders. Cover has ornamental piercing and finial. Initials EAW engraved on underside. Elegant and substantial in Britannia (that is, 958) silver. Fully marked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 8 1/2 x D 3 1/2 in. Weight: 11.5 troy ounces. #BV187
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.
WMF Jugendstil copper vase, gingko floral style decoration shouldered tapering shape, hammer finish and overlaid with four patinated bronze stylized stems of gingko leaves and berries from the shoulder to the flaring foot. Height 15.25 inches. Width: Approximately 6.25 inches. WMF running ostrich mark to base and number 119. Original patina.
Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame. Made by George A. Henckel & Co. in New York, ca 1910. Rectangular window in shaped surround with scrolled top and bottom and concave sides flowing into bracket supports. Front has pierced and engraved scrolling leaves and flowers on blue velvet ground. Sides solid. With glass, silk lining, and stained-wood back and hinged easel support for portrait (vertical) display. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and no. 267...
Gilt and polychrome bronze frame with exotic fronds, ca. 1910. Rectangular with colored and etched fronds, flowers, bamboo, and grape bunches. Exciting Japanese-inspired design. With glass, silk lining, brass back and hinged support for vertical display. Support is marked ‘MV’ with hammer. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Frame: H 12 x W 7 in. Window: H 7 ½ x W 3 ¾ in. AR427
Rare pair of WMF Art Nouveau Pewter Liqueur Jugs, Germany, circa 1906. Full WMF marks and Fruchter Bucarest. Each of tapered quadrilateral foliate roundel stamen panels. Height: 23 cm. Condition: Minor wear commensurate with age, mentioned for accuracy purposes only. Ref: P 142 Wurttembergische MetallwarenFabrik 1906 Catalogue.
Offered is a wonderful antique Russian icon depicting the three apostles, Peter, James, John, in astonishing repoussé detail on theirs faces and attires, in addition to eighteen religious figures, magnificently depicted around them.
This wonderful Russian silver icon is in excellent condition, rare in its kind, with the silver purity hallmark of 84, date stamp of1867, on its side and attentively mounted on a wooden base embellished with a black velvet...
A rare, circa 1875, Sheffield silver asparagus dish with hot water warmer by Elkington & Co. An elegant dish perfectly designed to compliment any silver pattern, it is in excellent condition with no loss to the silver. Fully hallmarked on the bottom, this asparagus dish measures about 9.25" long (with handles 12" long), 6.25" wide, and 3.5 " high (with finial 5" high).
Offered is this rare and beautiful reverse-painted (hand-painted) Pairpoint Lamp, made around 1910. Overall, the lamp is 19 inches tall. The shade is 13 1/2 inches wide and 7 1/2 inches high. The base is made of copper, while the shade is made of copper-lined, glass floral-painted panels. Of the eight glass panels, six have hairlines/heat-checks - though the glass panels are stable...
A WALLACE SILVER FLASK
R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, Connecticut, circa 1900
Marks: (stag's head) RW & S, STERLING, 93
5-1/4 inches high (13.3 cm)
4.37 troy ounces
From the Estate of John O. Antonelli
The flask with chased repoussé medieval scene of two men drinking to front.
Finely crafted silver candlestick, marked sterling silver, decorated with 4 cartouche each containing with classical Greek figures, in high relief, in different position, also floral decoration 0n top and middle and base area. Size; Height of item is 16 3/8 inches and weights 22 Toz. Condition Report; Good condition, no issues.
A Georgian Silver Pint Mug by Hester Bateman and Hallmarked in London in 1784. The Overall Chased Design, While Sometimes Found on Bateman's Work, was Most Likely Added Later. While the mark is rubbed, it is clearly that of Hester Bateman. Dimensions; 5.5" high x 4" at base, weight 10 Standard/9.1 Troy ounces. excellent condition.
Rare Gorham Art Nouveau sterling silver scoop-form serving bowl cast in the form of a large bonbonniere. The handle and bowl molded in relief with scrolling vines, berries, and ginko leaves. In excellent antique condition, it measures 10 inches long, the bowl measuring 5.25" across. Weight 8.9 oz or 252.31 grams
Edwardian cut-glass water pitcher with sterling silver collar. Curved body with cut geometric and plant ornament and faceted c-scroll handle. Collar has band of volute scrolls with flowers and leaves. Fully marked including stamp for Adelphi, a New York maker active ca 1890-1915. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 8 1/2 x W 7 1/2 x D 4 1/2 in. #BR112
German 800 silver sardine box, ca 1910. Oval frame with open bottom. Sides pierced with pastoral scenes, garlands, scrolls, and diaper. Four wing and scroll-mounted caryatid supports. Cover raised with densely arranged fish that are…packed like sardines. Detachable cobalt glass liner. Marked. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 3 1/2 x W 6 1/4 x D 5 in. Weight (silver only): 10.5 troy ounces. #BW630
South American silver candlestick, 18th-19th cent. Knopped and baluster shaft on stepped and domed foot. Urn socket and disc wax pan with deep well. Good condition with period patina, and age-related bumps and pings. Rocks slightly.
Dimensions: H 9 1/8 x D 5 1/2 in. Weight: 20 troy ounces. #BS917
Exotic sterling silver match safe. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1886. Rectilinear with hinged cover. Concave underside with strike. On front and back is chased head of a Japanese oni, a folkloric figure. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, date symbol, and no. 390. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: H 1 5/8 x W 1 3/8 x D 1/2 in. #BX111
European silver coffeepot, ca 1850. Cylindrical with applied spout, domed shoulder, and stepped cover with stained-wood finial. Stained wood baluster side handle in silver mount with 3-letter pointille monogram. Applied scrolled spout. Reeded base. Marked. Good condition with attractive period wear and rubbing. Nice patina.
Overall dimensions: H 7 3/4 x W 9 1/2 x D 6 in. Gross weight: 16.5 troy ounces. #BQ902
Edwardian Classical sterling silver bowl. Made by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes in 1904. Round and curved with scrolled open rim and three scrolled leaf supports. Fully marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 5 1/2 x D 8 in. Weight: 15 troy ounces. #BW937
Sterling silver Adams-style candlesticks. Oval bases with fluted designs which are repeated upon the column. Beaded edging is found upon the base as well as on the oval bobeches. Hallmarks: George Henry Hibberd, Birmingham 1903. 6 3/4" H.
Victorian sterling silver box. Made by Arthur & John Zimmerman in Birmingham in 1899. Rectangular with straight sides and curved corners. Cover hinged with gently curved top and double scroll tab. Box interior cedar lined and partitioned. Box underside leather lined. Cover interior gilt washed. Fully marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 2 3/4 x W 5 1/2 x D 3 7/8 in. Gross weight: 13.8 troy ounces. #BW974
Antique Georgian sterling silver salver. Made by Howard in New York. Round with gadrooned rim interspersed with scallop shells. Rests on 4 volute scroll supports. A fine traditional piece by this maker, who was strongly influenced by 18th-century styles. Hallmark includes no. 2404, dimensions, and phrase “Reproduction 1783”. Very good condition.
Dimensions: 1 1/8 x D 10 in. Weight:16 troy ounces. #AV289
American sterling silver inkwell, ca 1880. Four gently curved sides on corner block supports. Cut ornament including scrolls, flowers, and chevrons. Sterling silver neck collar with imbricated leaf borders. Hinged bun cover same; top has chased garland, ribbon, crisscrossing horns of plenty, and laurel wreath surmounted by crown engraved with interlaced script monogram. Marked “Sterling” and Shreve, Crump & Low stamp. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 5 x W 2 1/2 x D 2 1/2 in...
An Early Silver Beaker, North European, Baroque period, dated 1701.
A beautiful engraved and large beaker with an extrafine decoration, consisting of vertical lines, framed with double concenthric lines on the body; with two beautifully engraved Floral medallions and another central medallion, engraved with P.F.S.S / Z.F.D.S and below the inscription with 1704. Stamped with three symethrically placed stamps in the bottom.
Size: 10,7 cm. heigh and ca. 10,4 cm. wide...
Dutch Biedermeier Classical 833 silver tray, 1836. Curvilinear square well and applied leaf and scroll rim. Corner leaf supports. Marks include date letter and export symbol. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 1 x W 9 3/4 x D 9 3/4 in. Weight: 17.5 troy ounces. #BV860
French 950 silver inkwell on stand, ca 1910. Straight sides with vertically applied strapwork bands; curved bottom and raised foot. Cover hinged and domed with flower-head finial. Gadrooned rims. Interior has engraved curvilinear border and clear-glass liner. Mounted to oval curvilinear stand with ornamental border. Fully marked including maker’s stamp CG. Very good condition.
Overall dimensions: H 5 x W 9 3/8 x D 5 7/8 in. Weight (without glass): 15.5 troy ounces. #BT381
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
Turn-of-the-century American Art Nouveau brilliant-cut glass vase with sterling silver collar. Cylindrical with vertical ornament comprising two notched flutes between plain ones alternating with 4 circles. Bulbous bottom with stars and diaper. Collar has loose and fluid floral garland chased on stippled ground. Fully marked including Gorham and Fradley stamps and no. 1567AM. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: H 9 1/4 x D 3 3/4 in. #BW220
Stunning design! A robust wide band of foliates in high relief encircles the wine, or Champagne cooler. Curving handles with scroll elements further enhance the elegant form. Made by the Orivit workshop, well-known for fine Art Nouveau design in Cologne, Germany circa 1910. 9 1/4" H., 11 1/2" W. to handles
Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame. Made by William B. Kerr in Newark. Rectangular with beveled and acid-etched sides: Wraparound reading entwined with fluid foliate scrollwork. Shaped cartouche (vacant). With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support. Hallmark includes no. 4846. Very good condition.
Dimensions: Frame: H 12 5/8 x W 9 7/8 in. Window: H 10 3/4 x W 8 in. #BN668
Distinctly pure Art Nouveau in design. Pair of wine bottle stands with energetic reticulated interlacing whiplash vines. Made by the famous WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1907. Firm's marks beneath. 3 1/2" H., 4 1/8" W.