German Rococo 800 silver centerpiece, ca 1900. Ovoid and bellied bowl with leaf and flower-capped split-mounted double-scroll end handles, and four scroll-mounted supports. Exuberant leafing scrolls, layered scallop shells, and open flower-strewn diaper. Two scrolled and bead-and-reel frames (vacant). Detachable brass liner. Gilt interior. Fully marked including maker’s stamp (Bruckmann & Söhne). Very good condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 8 3/4 x W 17 3/4 x D 8 1/2 in...
A Georgian Sterling Silver Tea Set by Samuel Hennell (son of Robert). Hallmarked London, 1812/1815. It is of fluted design, stands on ball feet, and has gadroon detailing to the rims. The teapot is marked 1812 and the sugar and creamer 1815, all of identical design. The sugar bowl and cream jug have gilded interiors. Total weight 34.7 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A very ornate hand chased silver hip flask with a hinged rotating bayonet cap. Monogrammed on the cap, it also has the date 1892. There is a small dent on the cap. Measures 6” high x 3.5".
Gorham Round Sterling Silver Tray with beaded border and center 16 petal raised flower corolla, the name for all of the petals of a flower. Circa 1900. Size: 10.25" Dia. x 1.5" H.
Magnificent American Classical coin silver tureen. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1860. Curved ovoid bowl on stepped oval foot mounted to four beaded and round supports. Cover domed. Bowl rim has bold beading bordered by applied guilloche. On each end is cast satyr’s head with flamboyantly ribbed horns and slack jaw holding loose-mounted ring. Also cast is cover finial, a gentle herbivore quadruped standing on tooled grassy mound...
Antique Continental silver tea cup with saucer. Germany. Circa 1870s-1880s. Size: 5.5 in. x 3.5 in. ht. Gilded interior, .750 silver standard. Engraved monogram - 'G.B.'
Large sterling silver scallop shell bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1941. Elongated form and dynamic flutes. Rests on 2 balls. Fully marked including maker's stamp, date code, and no. 42606. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 1 1/2 x W 7 3/8 x D 9 in. Weight: 11 troy ounces. #BI136
This is an ANTIQUE STERLING BROOKLYN BRIDGE SOUVENIR SPOON with a Beautifully Enameled Handle TOP. Overall Length is 5 7/8" with the Bowl measuring 1.25" X 2". Excellent Hand~Chased View of the BROOKLYN BRIDGE as well plus the ENAMEL FLORAL TOP. Dated 1895. There is still some remaining Vermeil on the Spoon's Exterior. A Real Gem of an ANTIQUE COLLECTOR SPOON here. jpgs tell the rest
Pretty Edwardian sterling silver basket. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Solid oval well and open weave-style sides with clusters of applied pendant flowers. Ends splayed. Scrolled rim. Tall and fixed c-scroll handle with entwined and split foliate mount. Spread foot. Interlaced script monogram engraved on handle. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, pattern no. 16368A (first produced in 1905), order no. 4117, and director’s letter C (1902-7)...
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 Gorham sterling silver miniature chamber stick or candle holder dated 1891. This Victorian era ornate chamberstick stands 1-5/8" high and it measures 3-3/8" across the base. It is stamped with the lion/anchor/G mark, along with STERLING 181 and the year cypher for 1891. Although a dainty size, these small candle holders sat on a writing deak or in a travel writing desk, as they had the practical use of melting sealing wax for an envelope or document. It weighs 41.6 grams...
This is an outstanding American sterling silver repousse napkin ring in the style of Kirk although the mark is too worn to distinguish, ca 1880, heavily repousse with centered monogram GLJ, Wt. 18.9g; Condition is excellent; Measurement: 1 5/8 in. diam. x 1 in. high.
Delightful Victorian sterling silver rattle. Made by WH Collins & Co. in Birmingham in 1897. Kitty stands stiffly in snug fitting jacket and trousers. Only the tail is free to flick back and forth. A funny depiction of feline ill grace. A bit of a sour puss, but endearing nonetheless. Mother of pearl handle. Fully marked. Good condition.
Overall dimensions: H 4 3/8 x W 1 1/2 x D 7/8 in. #BV513
Superb sterling silver powder box covered with beautiful floral repousse decoration. The design features a dense covering of daisies, chrysanthemums and roses surrounding a pair of rococo reserves framed with assymetrical scrolls. Neither of the reserves has ever been monogrammed. The decoration is really excellent and is of a quality that would rival the best of the repousse decorators. The interior retains the original gilding...
Jumbo big game-era safari flask. Made by George Unite in Birmingham in 1888. Glass body. Upper part encased in leather with cut-away vertical windows...
Pair of Edwardian Georgian sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1915. Each: Tapering shaft with base knop on stepped and raised foot. Socket has straight sides bellied bottom. Faceted. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, pattern no. 18910 (first produced in 1915), and director’s letter m. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 x W 4 3/4 x D 4 1/4 in. Total weight: 21.5 troy ounces. #BY589
Graceful sterling pitcher probably crafted in Mexico. The piece is 8 1/2" high and 9" handle to lip and weighs approximately 2 1/2 lbs.
Lovely footed tray, or salver with acanthus-edge detail. Three hand-chased scrolling shields are set upon the round tray's engine-turned surface. Made by Henry Atkin in Sheffield circa 1900. 1 1/2" H., 14" W.