A Good Quality, Antique English, Georgian, Sterling Silver Hallmarked Oval Serving Platter / Tray. Made In London By William Stroud, Hallmarked 1809, George III. Dog Tooth & Acanthus Shaped Border, With An Armorial On One Side. Hallmarked On Rear Of Tray. Tray Measures 22″ x 16″ Great Quality & Condition. Weighs Approx. 2,800 Grams = 90 Troy Oz = 98.75 Regular Ounces. Most if not all items are antique or used items, and as such nothing is ‘perfect’, but we always will describe any damage, repair, inscriptions, monograms etc to the best of our ability. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing or bidding on any item. All weights & measurements are approximate, but as accurate as possible. Please view all the pictures as they form part of the description. All items are available to inspect, and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. We do not ship to PO Boxes. We use Fedex Ground shipping, and a signature is required for delivery. Don’t forget we offer free ground shipping anywhere on mainland USA. We ship worldwide. Please contact us for a shipping quote.
A Large Oval Sterling Silver 2 Handled Tray. The tray with a plain center, surrounded by a hand chased foliate border with an applied gadroon rim, with leaf capped cast handles to match. Marked on rear “STERLING Hand Chased” Tray measures 32.50″ x 19.75″. Weighs 5395 grams = 173.45 troy oz = 190.30 regular ounces. Most if not all items are antique or used items, and as such nothing is ‘perfect’, but we always will describe any damage, repair, inscriptions, monograms etc to the best of our ability. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing any item. All weights & measurements are approximate, but as accurate as possible. Please view all the pictures as they form part of the description. All items are available to inspect, and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. We do not ship to PO Boxes. We use Fedex Ground shipping, and a signature is required for delivery. Don’t forget we offer free ground shipping anywhere on mainland USA. We ship worldwide. Please contact us for a shipping quote.
An unusual rectangular sterling silver tray with grape & vine decorated corners. This elongated shape tray is often referred to as a bar tray or a sandwich tray, because of its practical shape, but it’s a very serviceable tray in almost any setting, and ideal as a presentation piece. Made in the USA, by Barbour Silver Company, Hartford CT. From the style, quality & maker, I would date this tray circa 1900. Measures approximately 21.65″ x 10.25″. Tray weighs 1515 grams = 48.75 troy oz = 53.50 regular ounces. Just back from the silversmith, the tray has been polished and is ready to use.
English sterling silver hallmarked, round footed tray / salver. Made by George Howson (Harrison Brothers & Howson), 1936 (Edward VIII / George IV). The tray measures 12.125″ / 30.80 cm. Weight of tray is approx. 892 grams = 28.68 troy oz = 31.45 regular ounces. No inscriptions, monograms or removals. Hallmarked on the underside of the tray. Tray stands on 4 feet.
An Exceptional Quality, Sterling Silver English Table Bell. Made In London By Charles & Richard Comyns, Dated 1925. Fully Hallmarked On The Waste, Handle & Clapper. Bell Is 5″ Tall And weighs 155 Grams. Great Quality, Condition & Ring
A GEORGE II PLAIN BALUSTER SILVER MUG, MAKER’S MARK PROBABLY THAT OF JOSEPH STEWARD, LONDON, 1759, ON CIRCULAR SPREADING FOOT, WITH LEAF-CAPPED SCROLL HANDLE. THE FRONT OF THE MUG WITH A BEAUTIFUL HAND ENGRAVED ARMORIAL, AND THE LATIN MOTTO ‘VIRTUS VINCIT IVIDIAM’ = VIRTUE CONQUERS VICE. THE ARMORIAL AS SHOWN IN PICTURES. THE MUG IS HALLMARKED ON THE UNDERSIDE WITH THE DATE LETTER D FOR 1759, AND THE MAKERS MARK OF I.S IS SHOWN IN GRIMWADES AS PROBABLY THAT OF JOSEPH STEWARD. Mug weighs 312 grams = 10 troy oz = 10.97 regular ounces. 4.35″ high. 3″ diameter at top. 4.5″ max-width over the handle. Foot is 3.25″ diameter. Most if not all items are antique or used items, and as such nothing is ‘perfect’, but we always will describe any damage, repair, inscriptions, monograms, etc to the best of our ability. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing or bidding on any item. All weights & measurements are approximate but as accurate as possible. Please view all the pictures as they form part of the description. All items are available to inspect and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. We do not ship to PO Boxes. We use FedEx Ground shipping, and a signature is required for delivery. Don’t forget we offer free ground shipping anywhere on mainland USA. We ship worldwide. Please contact us for a shipping quote.
A Very Good Example, Antique English Sterling Silver Georgian Warwick Vase Wine Cooler Complete With The Original Insert & Collar, All Pieces Clearly & Correctly Hallmarked. Made By Waterhouse, Hodson & Co, Date 1825. Measures 10″ High x 12.5″ Wide Over Handles. Weight 3830 Grams = 123 .15 Troy Oz = 135.15 Regular Ounces = Almost 8 1/2 Lbs
Gorham Sterling Silver Paul Revere Reproduction Bowl1954 Height 6 1/8 inches, diameter 11 5/8 inches.
Sterling Silver Round Footed Salver / Tray With Applied Border & Standing On 3 Cast Feet. Hallmarked On The Underside. Reid & Sons. Dated 1930.
English Sterling Silver Round Footed Tray / Salver Made By Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1937. The Tray With A Gadroon Border Stands On 4 Ball & Claw Feet, And Is 12.50″ Diameter.
An absolutely stunning and rare sterling silver Neff. Superb quality and detail, and an unusual size. This three masted neff is fully manned and rigged with sailors, the deck detachable, the hull with putti riding dolphins and numerous fish and dolphins among chased waves and applied with a mask at the bow. Also Unusual to be made and hallmarked in England, as they were often German made in 800 silver. This neff is solid sterling silver, and is English hallmarked throughout. Made in London by Pairpoint Brothers In 1923. Stands at 26″ tall x 24″ in length. Neff (originally spelt nef) was an ornamental model ship, galleon, usually made in silver, silver-gilt or gold, and made specially for the dinner table. They were often quite elaborate with masts, sails, rigging and various figures on board. Early examples (13th-16th century) were drinking cups or receptacles for dining implements. Neff’s originated from the continent and were used in France, Germany, Spain and Italy but most neff’s found today were made in Germany at the end of the 19th century. Traditionally the neff was made in two sections and the top half was removable so that the hollow hull could be used to contain the spoon, knife, napkin, spices of the host. Later neffs were fashioned to hold wine, sweetmeats or a variety of special condiments. Sometimes the nef had wheels, so they could be rolled from one end of the table to the other. Messrs. PAIRPOINT BROTHERSSilversmiths. 80a Dean Street, Soho LondonThe grandfather of the present proprietors of the business was William Pairpoint, the celebrated water-gilder, who was well-known at the beginning of the present century. That branch of the business is still carried on, under the name of W. Pairpoint and Sons, in Gerrard Street. Mr. Edward Pairpoint, the father of the brothers Pairpoint, who had been apprenticed to one of Lambert’s subsidiary houses, began business in 1848. Of the place occupied by the four brothers Pairpoint in the silver world little is necessary to be said, for their silver mark JP over FP, may be seen in every retail silver merchant’s window in London. It is admitted on all sides by experts, sometimes with a sigh of regret, sometimes with a grin of malice, that ” Pairpoint ” copies of ancient patterns are dangerously near being indistinguishable from the originals, whilst their new manufactures carry one back to the days when the master silversmiths employed the first artists of the day to assist them in their productions ” devised in love and fashioned cunningly.” The firm is principally known to the trade as manufacturers of large and important works, such as centerpieces, presentation vases, and the like. To the amateur of antique silver and Sheffield plate, whether he be in Europe or America, the name of Pairpoint is a household word, and the quantity of antique plate and old ” Sheffield ” that has passed through the hands of the firm since the renaissance of 1874 is little short of fabulous.
English hallmarked, sterling silver golf trophy, presented by the Kebo Valley Golf Club, the oldest golf club in Maine, and the 8th oldest club in America, founded 1n 1888. This trophy was made in England in 1936 by Barker Bros, and presented to John W. Grange by DeForest Grant in 1938. Championship Putting Contest. Trophy is approx 4.5″ high. Very good condition. Inscription is clear, as are the hallmarks. This Is Just 1 Item From Our Huge & Varied Collection Of Sterling Silver For Sale. Check Our Web page For A Small Selection, Or Feel Free To Visit Our Manhattan Gallery To See Our Entire Inventory. All items are antique or used items, and as such nothing is ‘perfect’, but we always will describe any damage, repair, inscriptions, monograms etc to the best of our ability. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing. Please check all the pictures, as they are part of the description. All weights & measurements are approximate, but as accurate as possible. All items are available to inspect, and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. Free Ground Shipping On Mainland USA.
An unusual suite of 3, nesting, sterling silver round footed salvers/trays made in England by Ellis Barker / Barker Brothers silversmiths. The 3 matching salvers are all with a fine bead or pearl applied border, and each stands on 4 ball & claw feet. Hallmarked on the rear of each. Largest is 13.75″, dated 1965. Middle size is 11.75″, dated 1949. Smallest salver is 9.75″, dated 1937. Great quality & maker. Very serviceable for a variety of serving or drink related uses. Also great as a presentation piece
Antique English, Sterling Silver, Round 2 Handled Bowl. Made By Henry Stratford, Dated 1903. The Part Fluted Body Is Centered On Each Side With A Blank Cartouche, Set Into A Cross Hatched Shaped Panel. The Lion Masks On Either Side Have Swing D Shaped Handles. Bowl Has A Dimension Of 11.25″, Height Of 7.25″ And A Maximum Width Of 12.25″. The Pedestal Foot Is 7.25″ Diameter. Great Presentation Item With Room To Engrave On Either Cartouche And The Blank Strips Above & Below The Fluting. A Decorative Fruit, Flower Or Ice Bowl, Or As A Wine Cooler For 2 Of 3 Bottles.
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.
English, sterling silver, oval footed salver / tray. Made by CJ Vander, London, 1962. Tray measures 16″ x 12.25″ x 1.25″ high
Large & Highly Decorative, Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver, Centerpiece Made By Horace Woodward & Co, London 1894. The embossed plateau of bold scrolling shell and foliate ground around two central cartouches, one engraved with presentation inscription, supporting three detachable oval baskets; one large and two small, embossed in a similar manner to the plateau around the Cork city arms. The presentation was to Mayor Augustine Roche for his service of 1893 & 1894. The Cork coat of arms showing a ship between two towers, with the Motto of Cork City: ‘Statio Bene Fide Carinis’ These Latin words mean a ‘safe harbour for ships’. The firm of Horace Woodward was originally established in Birmingham c. 1850 by George Cartwright and Joseph Hirons, trading as Cartwright & Hirons. In 1853, when Horace Woodward entered in the partnership, the firm changed to Cartwright, Hirons & Woodward. The firm was active as silversmiths at 138/139 Great Charles Street, Birmingham, and London showrooms at 41 Hatton Garden, London. In 1859 Joseph Hirons left the partnership and the firm changed its name to Cartwright & Woodward. In 1865, after George Cartwright’s retirement, the business was continued by Horace Woodward under the name Horace Woodward & Co. In 1883 Horace Woodward left the company and the business was continued by Edgar Finley and Hugh Taylor, maintaining the same name until 1893 when the firm was converted into a limited liability company as Horace Woodward & Co Ltd. In the same year the production was transferred to Atlas Works, Paradise Street, Birmingham and additional premised were opened in 1903 at Vyse Street, Birmingham. In 1919 the firm was acquired by Adie Brothers Ltd. The firm participated with great success in the London Exhibitions of 1851 & 1862, Paris Exhibition of 1867 and Melbourne Exhibition of 1881.
Oval, two handled, sterling silver, Georgian style tray with applied reeded border and cast handles to match. Made By L A Crichton, London, 1919. Hallmarked on underside. The tray measures 28″ x 17.50″. The usable surface area of the tray is 21″ x 15″.
English sterling silver clock made by William Comyns, London, 1902. French eight day movement with chime. Measures: 10.75″ high.
Large Oval, 2 Handled, Sterling Silver Gallery Tray. Tiffany Portugal. 20″ x 14″ x 2 1/8 High.
English hallmarked, sterling silver bowl with applied Celtic (sometimes referred to as a Lindisfarne) designed rims on top and base of bowl. Made by Wakely & Wheeler. Hallmark For London 1934 with the special silver Jubilee Hallmark. The bowl measures 12.25″ diameter at the top, and the foot 7.25″diameter. Bowl is 6.25″ high. An exceptional quality bowl. Very distinctive and practical, for fruit, roses, food, ice, bottles etc. Also would make an impressive presentation piece.
English Sterling Silver 14″ Square Footed Salver / Tray, Retailed In New York By James Robinson. Hallmarked 1975
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
An Unusual, Hand Made, Sterling Silver Pitcher With Wood Handle & Enamel Fruit Decoration. Made In Italy For Neiman Marcus. 11.5″ Tall
Antique English, sterling silver cup & covers in a Georgian style.Made by Charles Stewart Harris, London, 1910. Both cups are fully & correctly hallmarked, and are hand engraved on one side of each cup with a lion crest. Suitable for presentation trophy, ice bucket, urn etc. Usable with or without covers. 5.25″ x 7.75″ x 6.25″ high (4.5″ high without cover) Cups can be purchased individually. Contact us for further details.
An exceptional quality, hand-hammered 20th century copy of a Charles II, 17th century lidded tankard. Great gift item or presentation piece Made by Richard Comyns, London, 1956.
Antique English, Sterling Silver 2 Bottle Inkstand With Central Stamp Box. Standing On Four Claw & Ball Feet And With A Reeded Border. The 2 Oval Inkwells Are Glass With Silver Collars & Hinged Lids. In The Center, The Oval Stamp Box Is All Silver, With Matching Hinged Cover. Both Sides Of The Tray Have Grooves For Pens. All The Individual Silver Parts Are Correctly Hallmarked. Made By John Grinsell & Sons. London, 1910
Massive Sheffield silver plated monteith bowl with lion mask handles, England, 20th Century. Great for a large floral arrangement, punch bowl or as a wine cistern. Diameter: 18-1/4″ Height: 15″
Rare, Large, Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Of Shakespeare Interest. A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER OVAL CENTERPIECE MADE BY MAPPIN & WEBB, LONDON, 1918 On circular base, the oval bowl depicting Titania, Queen of the Fairies and attendants waiting upon the donkey-headed man from A Midsummer-Night’s Dream, the other cartouche vacant, with stippled foliate ground between, with two angular handles and pierced foliate upper and lower border, marked near handle, also stamped Mappin & Webb under base 21″long x 13.5″ High; 196 oz. (6,096 gr.)
Antique English, Sterling Silver, Victorian Monteith Punch Bowl With Detachable Rim. Hand Hammered Vertical Fluted Body Standing On A Round Pedestal Foot With Matching Fluted Decoration. 2 Lion Masque On Either Side With Swing Handles In Mouth, And 2 Blank Cartouche. The Scalloped Crown Topped With Cherub Heads. Made In London By The Silversmith Robert Stewart In 1895. The Diameter Of The Bowl Is Approximately 12 1/2″. The Maximum Height Is 10 1/4″ Or 7 1/4″ With Crown Removed. The Maximum Width Over The Handles Is 14″ A Serviceable Silver Bowl With A Multitude Of Uses, With Or Without The Crown Attached. Great For Punch, Fruit, Roses, Flowers Or Champagne Chiller. Decorative & Usable
A monumental, European, sterling silver , massive wine cooler. Approximately 150 Kilo – 330lbs54 inches (137cm) wide49 inches (124cm) tall36 inches (91cm) front to backAfter the original by C F Kandler, London 1735.The original was commissioned by Henry Jernegan (Jerningham), a London banker, who wanted to possess the largest ever wine cooler celebrating the pleasures of wine. It took the silversmith Charles Frederick Kandler four years to make. When it was finished in 1735, it weighed over 8,000 ozs. In 1737 Jernegan offered the cooler as a lottery prize to raise funds for a new bridge over the Thames at Westminster. Silver medals were sold as lottery tickets for about five or six shillings each. The winner, Major William Battine, appears to have sold the cooler to the Regent Anna Leopoldovna of Russia in 1738. Since 1743 it has been in the Hermitage, St Petersburg. This sterling silver wine cooler, one of 4 copies known, is just another example of the fine, rare, collectible, usable, every day, museum & investment items that are always for sale at EstateSilver.com and at our Manhattan gallery. The other three copies are silver plated and can be seen at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, The Metropolitan Museum in New York, and the 3rd silver plated copy is in the collection of the Her Majesty The Queen’s Regimental Silver. This is the only known sterling silver copy and is the only one that is available for sale.
English, Sterling Silver Square Footed Tray / Salver. Made By Peter Guille, London 1948. Unusual To Be Of The Higher Standard 950 Hallmark, As Opposed To The Standard 925 Hallmark. Ideal For Serving Drinks, Hors D’Oeuvres etc. Excellent For Presentation Award etc. Just One Of A Huge Selection Of Sterling Silver Trays In A Variety Of Sizes, Prices, Periods.
Sterling Silver, Hallmarked, Large Round Footed Salver / Tray. Made In Edinburgh By The famous Scottish Silversmith Hamilton & Inches, Dated 1926. 18″ Diamter.