Sterling Silver, Georgian Baluster Form, Tall Water Pitcher In The Lord Saybrook Pattern. Made By International Silver Co. 20th Century. 4.25 Pint Capacity. Weighs 846 grams = 27.20 troy oz = 29.85 regular ounces. Good clean condition, no monograms or erasures, just needs a good polish.
Gorham Sterling Silver Paul Revere Reproduction Bowl1954 Height 6 1/8 inches, diameter 11 5/8 inches.
Italian, sterling silver, hand-hammered wine or champagne cooler / ice bucket. Measures: 11.50″ tall, Diameter of rim 9″, Width over handles is 10.25″.
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.
Antique English, Old Sheffield Plate Melon Shape Wine Buckets / Champagne Coolers, Dated Circa 1830’s. Good Condition, With Some Minor Bleeding On The Copper. Both Have A Hand Engraved Armorial On One Side, In The Set In Shields, And Both Have The Inner Sleeve & Collars. Approx 9.75″ Tall
George III, Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard / Beer Jug, Made By John Emes, London 1804. Clean Condition, No Monograms Or Initials, With A Couple Of Minor Bruises On The Body. 7.5″ High. Weighs 916 Grams
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.
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.
A decorative, large round hand made sterling silver bowl, hand chased with foliage, deer, pheasants & female head decoration. The large applied, cast handles are formed as crowned female heads, and the foot has applied cast female heads to match those on the body. The bowl stands 10.5″ high, with a diameter of 12.75″. The width over the handles is 15.5″. Marked on the foot. Great centerpiece bowl for flowers, fruit, or even as a wine cooler.
Sterling silver and studio art glass Danish ice bucket. The sterling silver handle marked with The Dansk Guldsmede Handvaerk Silversmiths Hallmarks. The glass measures 4.75″ x 4.25″ x 5″ high. The swivel handle stands approximately 3.5″ high, giving a maximum height to the pail of 8.5″ circa 1970s.
Large Oval, 2 Handled, Sterling Silver Gallery Tray. Tiffany Portugal. 20″ x 14″ x 2 1/8 High.
An Unusual, Hand Made, Sterling Silver Pitcher With Wood Handle & Enamel Fruit Decoration. Made In Italy For Neiman Marcus. 11.5″ Tall
Sterling Silver Wine Glass Coasters, With Grape Motif. Georg Jensen, Denmark. Sterling Silver. 2.6″ / 6.6cm Diameter. 22 Available. $100 Each
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.
Italian, Hand Hammered, Sterling Silver Champagne / Wine / Ice Bucket With A Ribbed Campagne Shaped Body. Grape Vine Applied Rim & Cast Grape Vine Handles. The Interior Of The Cooler Has The Original Vermeil / Gold Wash. 10.5″ Tall. The Rim Is 9″ Diameter, With An Opening Of 6.25″.
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.
Set Of 9, Sterling Silver Overlay Coasters Made By Webster Circa 1920’s. 3″ Diameter. I Also Have The Larger Trivets In 6″, 8″ & 10″ Sizes In This Same Style.
Pair Of Crested, Antique English Champagne Or Wine Coolers With Scroll Handles. Each Of Urn Form, With Gadroon Rim, Standing On Circular Pedestal Foot.
A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD-PLATED WINE COOLERS, MATTHEW BOULTON PLATE CO., BIRMINGHAM, CIRCA 1820 of campana form with gadroon borders with shells flanked by foliage, the lower body with large leaf-tips below a band of running anthemion, the leaf-capped reeded handles centered by shells and terminating in grapevine, removable collars and liners marked on bases height 10 3/8 in. 26.3cm Matthew Boulton Plate Co., Birmingham
Hand Chased Water Pitcher By Frank M. Whitting In The Talisman Rose Pattern. 9″ Max Height
Great Novelty, Silver Plated, Cocktail Shaker, Made By Bernard Rice’s Sons Inc. Apollo, New York, Circa 1930. Standing 11″ Tall, Complete With 18 Various Cocktail Recipes, In Raised Lettering, Surrounded By Raised Grapevine Borders. Very Good Condition, With Only A Minor Dent On The Spout Screw Cover, And On The Underside Of The Shaker, Probably From The Ice. We also Purchased An Almost Identical Model That Stands At 13″ Tall. All Our Items Are Available For Sale At Our Manhattan Gallery & From Our Website. A Similar Shaker Was Listed In The July Online Sale At Christies London For $3000 to $4000.
24 Sterling Silver, beautifully hand hammered American goblets with the quality & style of George Jensen. Each is 4.75″ high. The goblets are of a cylindrical hand hammered cup over openwork blossom design above a circular foot. Each cup is marked “Sterling”.
Princess Patricia, Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Made By Gorham,/Durgin Dated 1927. 1/2 Pint Capacity. 10.5″ Tall
Sterling Handled Bottle Opener By Georg Jensen In The Acorn Pattern. This Is The Large Size Opener 6.25″ / 16cm Long. We Also Have The 4 1/2″ Bottle Opener Available For $170.00 We Have A Huge Selection Of Acorn Serving Pieces As Well As Place Pieces And Complete Sets For Sale.
Rare, Monumental, Antique English, Sterling Silver “Warwick Vase” Champagne Cooler – Georgian, Dated 1818
An Exceptional Quality, Rare & Massive, Sterling Silver Warwick Vase Wine Cooler. George III Dated 1818, Made By Solomon Royes & John East Dix In London, England. The Detail Is Exceptional, Probably The Best You Could Find, And One Of The Earliest & Largest Examples In Sterling Silver. The Original Warwick Vase, An Ancient Roman Marble Vase With Bacchic Ornament, Was Discovered In Pieces, Near Rome At Hadrian’s Villa At Tivoli About 1771 by Gavin Hamilton, A Scottish Painter, Antiquarian And Art Dealer. He Sold The Fragments To Sir William Hamilton, British Envoy At The Court Of Naples, Who Had It Repaired & Restored. It Then Passed To His Nephew George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick, Who Brought It Back To Warwick Castle Where It Caused A Sensation. At First It Sat On The Lawn At The Castle, But Later Was Moved Into A Greenhouse To Preserve It From The Weather. The Vase Was Widely Admired And Much Visited In The Earl’s Greenhouse, But He Permitted No Copies To Be Made, Until 1808, When Molds Were Made At The Special Request Of Lord Lonsdale, Who Intended To Have A Full Size Replica Cast In Silver. The Sculptor William Theed The Elder, Who Was Working For The Royal Silversmiths Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, Was Put In Charge Of The Arrangements, But Lord Lonsdale Changed His Mind, And The Project Was Aborted. The Rich Ornament, And The Form, Which Is Echoed In Sixteenth Century Mannerist Vases, Combined To Give The Warwick Vase Great Appeal To The Nineteenth Century Eye: Numerous Examples In Silver And Bronze Were Made, And Porcelain Versions By Rockingham and Worcester. Theed’s Moulds Were Sent To Paris, Where Two Full Size Bronze Replicas Were Cast, One Now In Windsor Castle, The Other In The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. It Was Also The Model For The Silver Gilt Tennis Trophy, The Norman Brookes Challenge Cup Won At The Australian Open. The Vase Has Two Large Handles Formed Of Interwoven Vine Branches, From Which The Tendrils, Leaves, And Clustering Grapes Spread Around The Upper Margin And Features Classical Bacchanal Masks And Associated Emblems, Such As A Pine Cone Tip Staff Known As A Thyrsus. Enfolding The Middle Of The Body Is The Skin Of A Panther, With Head And Claws. Above Are Heads, All Representing Satyrs, Except One, Which Is That Of A Female, Traditionally Said To Have Been Substituted For A Missing Head And Made By An Italian Carver In The 18th century Into The Likeness Of Lady Hamilton; However, As The Result Of A Supposed Quarrel With Her, The Carver Gave Lady Hamilton’s Head A Fawn’s Ear. The Vase Stands On A Square Pedestal Foot. A Truly Remarkable Item Of Historical Interest As Well As Being Decorative & Usable. This Is Just Another Example Of Investment Quality Items Available From Our Collection Of Silver DIMENSIONS 15.25 in.Hx22 in.Wx16 in.D 39 cmHx56 cmWx41 cmD Weighs Approx. 425 Troy Oz = 13,220 Grams, Well Over 29 Pounds.
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 5,600 troy oz (175 Kilo) (385lbs)54 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 posses 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, everyday, 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.