This ladle was formed from a single steer horn and has been polished by years of use in service culinary soups and stews etc...Origins British Isles probably Scottish. There is a crack in the bowl but it retains its beauty as an object of the domestic arts.
Set of Eight Chinese Export Fitzhugh
Pots De Creme. Fresh out of a Family Estate. Provence: Purchased from Israel Sack, Inc. in 1995
Here you find a lovely maple feast ladle dating to the 1800's. The handle is carved into a well detailed head. European brass trade tacks were used for the eyes. Has a beautiful rich patina from age and use. Measures 9.5 inches in length.
Feasts were important ceremonies among the Woodlands people and their purpose was to give thanks for what they took from nature in order to live...
A sterling silver nutmeg grater circa 1890s. It may actually be older. This American antique 1-3/4" x 1-3/8" egg shaped sterling grater has the original interior gilt rasp and interior gilding. Nutmeg was an expensive imported spice when first introduced to Europe and to North America, and it became enormously popular as a condiment...
Antique English Regency Tole Samovar with Chinoiserie decoration of flowers and butterflies; having lion’s head handles, spigot from a lion’s head and brass lion paw feet. The hot water cylinder rests on a pierced warmer for coals. Circa 1820 (losses to decoration, lacking coal tray)
Low grade silver. 14.5" long. Unmarked, of unknown ethnic origin.
Treen Covered Sugar Bowl with LID
6.5 inches TALL ... 5 inches in DIAMETER
A LARGE hand carved treen tankard
11 inches TALL and 9 inches in diameter,
W. Gale & Son Sterling Silver / Bone, Medallion Coffee Pitcher, New York ca. 1853 - 1866. 12” High x 9 ½ Wide x 6” Deep Monogrammed “M” in Period Style Egyptian Sphinx, Classical Face, & two rings of bone on pouring handle. Classical Bearded Male on spout. Condition: One small dimple on monogrammed side and three or four dimples on the reverse side.
Absolutely terrific colonial American corkscrew. Business end is very magnetic hand forged iron. In general design it is crude but it has some very attractive ridges and rings and a nice central bulge which is very nicely beveled. Certainly made by a blacksmith with some skill. The handle is hollowed bone with some groove work on the sides and to a lesser degree in the center. A minor degree of chipping on the edges but nothing disfiguring or even unexpected in a piece with this age...
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A very nice Early Trencher ... made with Maple.
22 inches in LENGTH by 13 inches in WIDTH
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A beautiful ACORN SHAPED 12 inch Ladle.
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An early treen BREADBOARD ... 10 inch Round
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A very Early Treen Spoon
Dimension : 14 inches in LENGTH
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A great example of an Early American Wash Brush.
DIMENSIONS: The LENGTH is twenty-one Inches.
TWO Very Nice BUTTER MOLDS
1 With an ACORN design and other DETAILS
Small repair on top of the ACORN mold
Very slight aging crack on the Wheat Shaft mold
5.5 inches HIGH
4.5 inches in DIAMETER
PRICE $125.00 EACH
Antique 18th century George III English sterling Silver gilt Apostle Spoon, by William Collings, London 1774.ovoid bowl with tapering faceted stem, and topped by a figural apostle terminal.
Hallmarks: Marked with maker's mark in a rectangle punch WC for William Collings, London assay office. Lion passant, leopard’s head and date letter what correspond to 1774.
LENGTH: 18.1 cm (7 1/8 in)
WEIGHT in, approx: 51 grams. 1.3/4 troy oz...