Pair of George III sterling silver open serving dishes. Made by TR in London in 1802. Each: rectangular with tapering sides and flat gadrooned rim. Armorial engraved on side interior. Hallmarked. Very good condition with attractive period wear and patina.
Dimensions: H 1 3/4 x W 11 1/4 x D 8 1/2 in. Total weight: 48.6 troy ounces. BM263
A beautiful English sterling silver figural scallop shell dish on three ball feet. This sterling silver dish has been gold plated to give it its' gilded finish. Made in Birmingham, England Dated 1919.
Fully hallmarked, soft gilt finish. Excellent condition, 4 troy ounces, nice weight, measures approximately 6" X 6".
Pair of sterling silver covered serving dishes in desirable Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Each: Oval well, curved and tapering sides, and scalloped rim with applied leaf-and-flower ornament. Domed cover with scalloped rim and imbricated leaf border applied to top. Flower-wrapped ring finial with leaf-mount and bead-and-reel border. Finial twist lock for converting cover to second serving dish. A serviceable pair in the historic Japonesque pattern. Hallmark includes pa...
English Edwardian sterling silver napkin rings, 1906-7. Each: Open sides with Classical colonnade and cherubs dancing with garland, which they carry, climb over, and thread between their chubby thighs. Frothy Classicism. Armorial cartouche engraved with script monogram. Made in Birmingham, two by Charles Horner in 1906, and the other two by William Aitken in 1907. Fully marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: 1 1/2 x D 2 in. Total weight: 3.5 troy ounces. #BT291
Early sterling silver covered serving dish on stand. Made by John C. Moore for Tiffany & Co. at 550 Broadway, New York, ca late 1850s. Curved bowl with flat rim set in tripod frame with paw supports and central ring stretcher supporting heating element. Cover gently domed with cast conch finial and engraved armorial (Latin motto translates as “Fortune, companion of virtue”). Elegant form unified by ornamental borders with trefoil-inset circles on lined ground. Stand supports further enliven...
Antique Japonesque gilt sterling silver and enamel serving fork in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Durgin in Concord, New Hampshire. Tapering handle with round terminal and wide scalloped shank with 4 tines. Raised double-sided ornament comprising dense flower heads and leaves. Flowers heightened with white and green enamel on front. Oval frame engraved with interlaced script monogram. An early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1893. Hallmark (ca 1853-ca 1905). Very good conditi...
Antique Japonesque gilt sterling silver and enamel serving fork in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Durgin in Concord, New Hampshire. Tapering handle with round terminal and narrow scalloped shank with 4 tines. Raised double-sided ornament comprising dense flower heads and leaves. Flowers heightened with white and green enamel on front. Oval frame (vacant). Script monogram on back. An early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1893. Hallmark (ca 1853-ca 1905). Very good condition.