12 pieces of Blue Flower by Royal Copenhagen, comprised of 11 luncheon plates and one serving platter.
The platter measures 14" wide, 11" deep, and 2" high.
The plates measure 7 7/8".
All the designs are hand painted, and show variation in the floral designs...
condition is in excellent
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Art Nouveau crystal decanter with sterling silver engraved floral overlay and a narrow tall neck. Circa 1900-1920. Size: 12.75 inches ht. No loss to any silver overlay, no cracks, ,minor roughness to base of original stopper, and light cloudiness to interior. McGinn family engraved name.
A vintage molded pink glass figurine of a French bulldog by Westmoreland Glass, of Pennsylvania. Circa 1920s-1930s. Size: 2.75 in. ht. A frosted pink glass figure of a French bulldog with Rhinestone eyes and a brassed metal collar. Some chipping along edges, but still a very cute dog.
A Victorian sterling silver cylindrical vanity dresser jar with cover, decorated with all over floral repousse work. Circa 1888-1896. Manufactured by Davis and Galt, Philadelphia, PA and retailed by Bailey, Banks and Biddle. Size: 2.75 in. ht. x 2.5 in. diameter. No Monogram. Nice condition, no dents.
A large presentation goblet by John Edward Terry, London, 1840, with blown out repousse decoration of morning glories and foliage. Size: 10 in ht. x 5.25 in. diameter. 18.8 Troy ounces. Excellent condition. With original engraved family armorial and later presentation inscription: To L.D. Salisbury, Esq., For the Best General Score, Gala 15th Sept. 1840.
A grouping of Imari pattern Ironstone china by G.L. Ashworth Bros. English. Circa 1862-1891. Included are six dinner plates (10 in.), two soup plates (10 in.), and a large 19 in. oval serving platter. These total 9 pieces. The decoration is hand colored, and the two soup plates have a different coloring to the central design than the other pieces. The platter measures 15 in. x 19 in.
A vintage ceremonial Odd Fellows crown. Circa 1920s. Size: 8 in. x 7.5 in. x 4.5 in. ht. Sheet brass and red velvet. Adjustable size. Repairs to velvet and brass tips. A fun item - Make Yourself King For A Day.
A hand wrought Arts and Crafts sterling sandwich dish by Karl Leinonen and Son, Boston. Circa 1960. Size: 10.5 in. x 8 in. Executed in the manner of Georg Jensen with opposing floral scroll handles and supported on a short foot rim. Presentation inscription to underside. See photo details. Excellent condition.
A Georg Jensen, Denmark cake knife in Acorn pattern, with sterling silver handle and stainless blade. Size: 8.75 in. length. Excellent condition. Marked on handle and on blade.
A Victorian figural horse hoof commemorative inkwell. Dated 1899. A cast, silver plate mount on a genuine horse's hoof, with a commemorative dedication to 'Diadem' in 1899. Size: 5.75 inches length x 4.75 inches x 3.5 inches hr. Some wear to plating. Missing the glass inkwell liner.
A very decorative sterling silver Art Nouveau cigarette case by W. Kerr, with all-over chasing with an eagle and scroll motif. Size: 4.25 inches x 3 inches.
Let 19th century. Excellent condition, and with gilded interior.
An English sterling silver small-size oval tea caddy, London, 1919. Size: 2 3/4 inches wide x 3 1/8 inches ht. No monogram. A few minor bruises.
By the Philadelphia PA silversmith, Christian Wiltberger (1766-1851), this lovely cream jug was likely made around 1800, as Wiltberger was active in Philadelphia from the 1790s until the early years of the 19th century.
It measures 5 1/8" high to top of handle, and is 4 1/4" wide.
Signed on the bottom with Wiltbergers stamp, and has a W etched into the front (probably the owners initial).
Lovely form, fluted in 12 sections, with helmet form to top and lip, with delicate and aesthetic applied ...
From the workshop of George Roth of Hanau Germany, ca 1895, this silver casket is beautifully crafted in the French rococo style.
It measures 4 1/2" x 4 5/8" x 3", and is good heavy weight, 12 troy ounces.
The interior has some remnants of gilding remaining, and the locking mechanism is visible (no key).
It is stamped on the bottom with the marks of George Roth, with crowns over an A, a P, and a Fleur de lis.
George Roth was a silversmith in Hanau, working between 1891 and 1908, and like man...
8 pieces of silver flatware, from the rare collection created by Alex Gueyton in France for Prince Yusupov of Russia, ca 1860.
The lot consists of:
2 knives, with silver blades, fully stamped with Alex Gueyton's name and hallmark, the French Minerva hallmark for silver, and the Russian import mark of St. Petersburg. The knives have the Yusupov family crest on front and back of handles...
This 3 piece porcelain desk set was produced in Germany by the Royal Berlin Porcelain Manufactory, or KPM, in the 1920s. It has an impressed date marking that is illegible. The set consists of a rectangular tray, an ink blotter and inkwell with insert and lid. The finial on the lid of the ink well is the head of a stylish lady. She has a bit of the “flapper” look with bobbed hair and jewelry. The borders are painted to look like drapes with hanging tassels...
During his long career, Spralting designs included many household items in sterling silver. This vintage sterling and rosewood tea strainer appears to be a bird in flight. Measuring 6" long X 2 3/4" the piece is in beautiful condition. Hallmarked on the reverse. Pictured on spratlingsilver.com.