Most of these designs represent mythological character from the Tale of Ramayama.The enameling and the gilding are in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 4 1/2" interior diameter.
Date: circa late 19th early 20th century
No restoration, no cracks. 9 1/2" high. gilt severely rubbed.
Reference : Collectors Encyclopedia of Stangl Artware,Lamps, & birds, Identification and Value by Robert C. Runge Jr. Collectors Books 2002 p. 111--Value $275.00-$300.00
Dimensions: Nenette is 1 3/8" and is hallmarked "ling". Rintintin is 1 1/2" and is hallmarked "Ster".
I have two (2) of these console candle holders for sale @ $69.95 each
This bracelet is 6 3/4" long and 1/4" wide. It needs to be cleaned.
This sterling silver napkin ring measures 1/2" high, 1 1/2" in diameter and weighs 1/2 ounce.
The center cartouche is monogrammed "Fred W. Glantz".
This pin is 2 1/4" long by 1 1/4" wide. It is hallmarked S.C.F. Denmark.
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition. The sterling silver overlay is also in excellent condition.
The frame of the brooch is a delightful engraved and scrolled silver design which softens the precise pattern of stones.
The “T” pin and “C” clasp are entirely original. A small ring has been added at some time to make the piece possible to be worn as a pendent. It is best worn as a brooch. The condition is excellent.
• Hallmarks - Sterling
• Condition - Excellent
• Measures - 7/8" long excluding the bail x 1/2" wide
It depicts the bust of Christopher Columbus on a twisted handle and the Santa Maria in a gold wash bowl.It is 4" in length.
The top of the spoon has a building and a shield with birds in the shield, Fort Pitt 1764, and an oil derrick.
The bowl of the spoon is the Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Post Office building.
ON the back of the spoon there is the court house, another view of the post office, and Pittsburg.
This spoon was made by Fessenden & Company
I have two (2) of these spoons for sale @ $49.95 each.
This spoon was made by Watson & Newell Company circa 1886-1895.
This sterling spoon also shows Mission Delores, 1849, mining tools on the face. On the reverse it shows State Capitol building, grapes, and fruits. It is a great spoon. This spoon is 5 5/16ths long. The bowl is 1 1/8" wide.
ON the back it says "both can't survive, house where the first American Flag was made . This spoon was made by Watson Silver Co. between 1879-1905.