Gorham Sterling Silver Paul Revere Reproduction Bowl1954 Height 6 1/8 inches, diameter 11 5/8 inches.
Stunning and exceptional quality, antique sterling silver cast and pierced border tray. Made by Shreve & Co. in San Francisco, circa 1910. The border is beautifully cast and pierced and the centre of the tray has hand engraved decoration to match. Great as a bar tray, serving tray, coffee tray, fruit or food platter. A multitude of uses and also very decorative when not in use as a centrepiece. Tray measures 30.65″ x 17.50″ x 1.75″ high. Tray weighs 4865 grams.
Set of four English, sterling silver gilt, dolphin and shell master salts, made by Richard Comyns, London, 1962. The cast dolphin and shells are beautifully textured and are solid silver. Each Is Hallmarked. Measure: 4″ high. Total weight 1700 grams. From the estate of Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bel Air, California.
English, Sterling Silver Muffineer, Shaker By Mappin & Webb. Dated 1902, London. 9″ Tall.
Georg Jensen complete set of 12 service plates No. 587C by Johan Rohde. Each with a beautiful hand-hammered surface. 11″ diameter. Total weight for the 12 is 7,875 grams. All are marked 587C, with various date marks.
Custom made, sterling silver gilt, oval centrepiece or tureen, made with removable parts so that it can be used for a multitude of uses. Soup tureen, centrepiece, wine or champagne cooler, punch bowl, jardinière, fruit bowl etc. Handmade, in London, England in a George I style, by Tiffany & Co, dated 1984. The lid & collar detach, and you can use the metal wirework insert for flowers, or without the insert as a fruit bowl, cooler or centerpiece. It can also be used with the collar only, as a slightly taller centerpiece or jardinière. And then complete with the lid, it can be used as a soup tureen or just as a decorative centerpiece. Exceptional quality and condition. Cast shell and gadroon shaped border, applied shells on stippled body, cast foot, handles and finial. With a good quality heavy gilding, in and out. All parts are sterling silver, except the wirework insert, and all the parts are hallmarked.
Antique English, Georgian, Sterling Silver Entree Dish & Cover With Heavy Applied Shell & Gadroon Border. The Handle On The Lid Unlocks & The Lid Can Be Used As A Second Dish. All Pieces Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. The Dish Is Hand Engraved On Both Sides Of The Lid With An Upstanding Lion Crest. George IV, 1826, Made By Waterhouse, Hodgson & Co, And Retailed In Dublin By West & Co. 12.25″ x 10″ x 5.5″ high. Weighs 2,300 grams
Stunning, large & decorative sheffield silver plate beef trolley. Complete with sauce pots, vegetable dish, carving tray, detachable under tray & 3 burners. Bacchus mask caps on each of the legs, and detachable plate holder / champagne or ice bucket holder. Maximum height of 43.75″ x 47.25″ long x 28″ depth.
Antique German, “800” silver gravy or sauce boat on stand. Beautiful hand chased body, standing on four feet, attached to the under tray. The tray with an applied border with hand chased decoration. Made by Gebruder Friedlander, Berlin, circa 1890s. Friedlander brothers, a family firm of gold and silversmith founded in 1829, and eventual became royal jewelers. Four generations later, the business eventually closing in 1929, when they fled Germany.
Large Oval, 2 Handled, Sterling Silver Gallery Tray. Tiffany Portugal. 20″ x 14″ x 2 1/8 High.
A Good Quality Pair Of Antique English, Sterling Silver, Octagonal Covered Dishes By Sebastian Garrard, From The Premier & Longest Surviving Royal Jewelers & Silversmiths , Garrards. Made In London 1912. The Pr. Of Dishes Can Be Used As A Set Of Four Dishes By Detaching The Handles. Lid, Base & Handles Are Hallmarked, And Original. Garrard has a heritage unrivalled by any jewellery house today. Throughout its history, Garrard has had the honour of working closely with the British Royal Family, as well as many Royal families around the world. First commissioned in 1735 by Fredrick, Prince of Wales, and appointed Crown Jeweller by Queen Victoria in 1843, Garrard has served each subsequent British monarch, creating beautiful jewelery & silverware. Gerrard merged with Asprey, becoming Asprey Garrard in 1998
English, sterling silver asparagus tong with 12 individual asparagus eaters. Made by Garrards, The Crown Jewelers in the rare, Elizabethan Pattern. Each item is fully and correctly hallmarked, London, circa 1955. The server is 8 5/8″ long x 1″ wide. The eaters are 4.5″ long x 1.25″ wide.
A Superb Quality, Highly Detailed, Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Boxed Set. Cake Or Pastry Knife & Fork And Grape Shears. The Handles On The Knife & Fork Are Of A Dimensional Berry & Leaf, The Blades Have An Intricate Hand Engraved Floral Decoration, And Each Item Has A Beautiful Hand Engraved Crest With A Dove Above Castle The Blades & The Handles Of The Knife & Fork As Well As The Entire Scissor Are Sterling Silver And Are All Fully And Correctly Hallmarked. An Exceptional Set. Made By John Gilbert Circa 1868 Knife 11 3/4″ Fork 9 1/2″ Grape Shears 7″ Case 13″ x 6 1/4″ x 1 1/2″ high
An English sterling silver footed punch, fruit or centerpiece bowl by C J Vander made for the Dunhill Shop in London, decorated in the Hester Bateman style with a bright cut hand engraved decoration, oval cartouche on two sides with a beaded rim and foot. Gold washed interior. Hallmarked London 1973. Height 6 3/4″; diameter 11″; weight 1250 grams. Very good condition with no dents or damage and no monogram. The English hallmarks are on the side of the bowl, and the Dunhill signature is on the underside of the bowl
A Good Quality, Antique French, Sterling Silver Soup Tureen. Made By Tetard Freres Of Paris. As Was Typical With Parisian Silversmiths, The Standard Of Silver Is Actually Higher Than Sterling , Which Is 925, It Is Actually 950 Standard. Hallmarked On Body & Lid. Hand Engraved Coat Of Arms On One Side Of Body & On Cover 16.5″ x 9.5″ x 10″ High. Weighs 3,345 Grams Tétard Frères, founded by Hugo Tétard in 1851 and from 1880 run by Edmond Tétard. After Edmond’s death in 1901 the company was continued by his sons Henri, Jacques and Georges when it took the name Tétard Frères. Valérie Bizouard and Louis Tardy joined the firm in 1919. (Bizouard was the director of the assay office until 1936; Tardy – presumably the same Tardy of the European mark book – succeeded him until 1959.) The comapny made excellent Art Deco flatware and hollowware, and by the 1930s it ranked alongside Puiforcat, thanks mostly to the talents of Jean Tétard, the grandchild of firm founder Edmond Tétard. Terard Freres (Tetard Brothers) , 4 Rue Bernger, Paris France
Unusual Sterling Silver & Ruby Glass Jam, Honey Or Mustard Pot. A Good Replica Of A Drum, Complete With Drum Sticks Surmounted On The Lid. Made By R. Blackinton & Co. Of North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Approx. 3.25″ High x 3″ Diameter.
Tiffany Sterling Silver Owl Salt & Pepper Shakers. Made In England By Richard Comyns For Tiffany. Hallmark Date Of 1967. 2 3/4″ High. We Also Have These Owl Salt & Peppers In A Smaller Size.
Silver Plated Roll Topped Carving Trolley With Carved Black Wood Frame. Complete With Burners, Hot water Compartment, Sauce Pots Etc. Complimentary Ground Shipping To Mainland USA. Contact Us For Air Shipping Or For Overseas Fedex Shipping Quote
Large Oval, Antique English, Old Sheffield Plate, Soup Tureen, Georgian, Circa 1820’s.. Beautiful hand engraved coat of arms on either side of tureen & cover. 18″ x 12″ x 12.5″ high. The tureen is complete with the original Liner. Motto – TRIA JUNCTO IN UNO = Three Joined In One, And PROMTUS = Take or Bring Forth.
Large, Glass Overlaid With Sterling Silver Trivet. 10″ Diameter. Made By Webster. Other Sizes Available. 3″, 6″ & 8″. Check My Web Site For Other Sizes.
This very handsome, George III style , sterling silver basket, features a beaded border around the rim and foot, reed detailing around the handle, and a wonderful hand engraved & pierced decoration around the upper body. Made in London by Crichton Brothers, dated 1915. 14.25″ x 11″ x 11.25″ tall with the handle up and 5″ inches with the handle down. 1,050 grams.