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Antique Sterling Silver Large Round Bowl With Handles
Antique English, Sterling Silver, Large Round 2 Handled Bowl With Hand-Chased Decoration Including Fluting & Embossed Flowers & Scrolling Acanthus, Each Side With Central Blank Cartouches. Bowl Stands On A Hand Chased, Round, Pedestal Foot. Made By John & William Deakin. Hallmarked 1905.
Great Size, Quality & Maker. Decorative & Useable For Punch, Fruit, Flowers, Or Just As A Decorative Centerpiece.
Diameter 14.5". Width Over Handles 22". Height 13.25". Weighs 4,370 grams.
|Country of Origin||
John & William Deakin
|Type / Pattern||
Fluted & Chased
Width: 22 inches<br>Height: 13.25 inches<br>Depth: 14.5 inches<br>Weight: 9.65 pounds<br>
English, Sterling Silver Hallmarked, Fish Knives & Fish Forks For 12 People. The Handles & Blades On The Knives & The Forks Are All Hallmarked. Knife Is 8.5″ Long. Fork Is 7.5″ Long. 12 Knives & 12 Forks. The firm of Carrington was named after its founder John Bodman Carrington who established his manufacturing business at 130 Regent Street, and was listed as a silversmith, goldsmith and jeweller working from the London premises of the Birmingham silversmiths G.R.Collis & Co. The business was re-styled Carrington & Co in 1880 and the firm specialised in extra strong silver plate for use in restaurants, hotels and ships. By the early 1890s Carrington were advertising themselves as jewellers, diamond merchants, dealers in precious stones and manufacturing silversmiths. At this time the partners were John Carrington, William Carrington Smith and George Bruford. They were awarded the Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria and would go on to gain the warrants of Prince Albert, Edward VII and George V, as well as Nicholas I and II and Queen Alexandra of Russia. In 1893 they created the beautiful Dorset bow brooch for Queen Mary and in 1911 they set the famous Cullinan diamonds numbers III and IV into a brooch/ pendant for her, a jewel now owned by the Queen who affectionately refers to them as ‘Granny’s chips’. John Carrington became Prime Warden of the Goldsmiths’ Company in 1903 and retired from his business in 1906 leaving W.C. Smith to continue as sole remaining partner. Carrington co-authored a book ‘The Plate of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths’ which was published shortly before his death in 1926. The firm was eventually bought out by the firm Collingwood. 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. 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 on mainland USA.
Complete Sterling Silver Fish Set For 12 People In The Rokoko Pattern By Koch & Bergfeld Pattern Designed In 1893. 12 Fish Knives Approximately 8.4″ Long . 12 Fish Forks 7″ Long Weight Of 24 Pieces = 39 Troy Oz = 1214 Grams = 42.85 Regular Ounces Fischbesteck für 12 Personen. Material: 925 Sterlingsilber. Form: Rokoko
A rare and unusual gothic revival or cathedral style tea and coffee set, made by Joseph Angell, London 1852. The set is in almost pristine, as new, condition. It has an octagonal shaped body, with crisp, hand engraved decoration on body and covers. One panel on each piece has a hand engraved crest, as shown in the pictures. Each piece is hallmarked on the underside, by Joseph Angell, and all have the R date letter for 1852. The tallest piece is the coffee pot, which stands at almost 11.5″ high. The base on the coffee pot is approximately 6.25″ x 6.25″. An absolutely stunning set, in excellent condition, by an excellent silversmith.
A Set Of English, Sterling Silver, 12 Fish Knives & 12 Fish Forks, With Sterling Silver Handles & Blades. No Filling Or Weighting In The Handles, Means that The One Piece Sterling Handles & Blades Cannot Separate. Made By CJ Vander, The Last Of The British Premier Silversmiths. The Plain, Old English Pattern, Makes It An Easy Match To Most Of The Simpler Patterns. Knife Is 8.5″ Long. Fork Is 7.5″ Long. Both Are Hallmarked On The Rear. 18 Years Old, Dated 2001. 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. HISTORY OF CJ VANDER: When in 1886, Cornelius Joshua Vanderpump registered his mark at the London Assay Office, he stepped into the pages of history. Having apprenticed with Martin Goldstein of Macrae and Goldstein, the young apprentice soon showed his skill and in 1886 Joshua acquired the business. He anglicized his name to Vander and the business flourished, numbering many of London’s leading retailers among its customer By 1904, when Joshua died, two of his sons – Henry and Alfred – had joined the business and registered their marks at Goldsmiths Hall. The firm expanded and moved and continued to prosper until the outbreak of World War I. In the post war years, sales again increased and the 1920’s and 30’s saw the business grow not only at home, but also in the USA where C.J. Vander built an impressive export business. Succeeding generations of the Vander family, too, continued to be involved in the company. In 1926, Alfred’s eldest son Norman joined from school and took charge of production. He was soon joined by his cousin Arthur. The gathering storm clouds of war once more appeared on the horizon and there were no silver linings. The company’s premises in Betterton Street were compulsorily purchased in 1938. Alfred died in 1939, and in 1941, enemy action led to the destruction of the greater part of C.J. Vander’s new premises in Fetter Lane. The few employees who had not been called up into the armed forces, were moved to a factory where their skills were used for producing aircraft parts. In the post-war years, rebuilding its business was made all the more difficult by the Government’s imposition of a punitive purchase tax which rose to a peak of 125 percent, decimating the U.K.’s traditional silver industry. Thanks to its existing export business, and the fact that it had become an established dealer in second-hand and antique silver, C.J. Vander was in a stronger position than many of its competitors. The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company (Garrards) asked C.J. Vander to produce hand-forged flatware from the dies of a unique range of patterns which had belonged to the defunct company, Francis Higgins. C.J. Vander took on some of Higgins’ former craftsmen, who passed on their skills, enabling the firm to keep alive one of the traditional crafts. Richard, Henry’s son, the brother of Arthur, joined in 1949. The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 gave fresh impetus to the silver market, and C.J. Vander enjoyed considerable success. In the late 50’s, the firm moved to its present premises in St. Cross Street. Meanwhile, members of the Vander family continued to join and run the business. In 1965, John Vander, Norman’s elder son joined the company. Three years later, Norman’s second son, Robert, followed in his brother’s footsteps and Anthony, Richard’s son, joined in 1981. Today, all the knowledge, skills, dies, patterns, and traditions which C.J. Vander has acquired over the many decades of its existence, culminate in the superbly crafted silverware, sought by discerning customers all over the world. In 1996, C.J. Vander was acquired by Syratech Corporation, owners of the leading silver brands in the USA. Richard and Anthony Vander continue to work in the business. Syratech Sold CJ Vander in 2003 to a management buyout group, and finally, after 120 years, CJ Vander closed their doors forever in 2007.
Sterling Silver Tzedakah Box / Charity Box, Hand Made In Israel By Bier Silversmiths. Six Sided Body With Applied Hebrew Lettering On Front Panel. The Rear Panel Is Blank, And The Other 4 Panels With Colored Stones. The Base Is Round, As Is The Detachable Domed Lid. Very Good, Barely Used Condition. No Inscriptions Or Initials. Base Is 4.5″ Diameter. Height Is 5.5″. ABOUT BIER SILVERSMITHS: The workshop was founded in Jerusalem by the father of the family Yitzchak Bier over 50 years ago. Yitzchak Bier graduated the Bezalel Academy of Art and in establishing the workshop was also establishing a new concept in Judaica Art. There were almost no Jewish silversmiths after the holocaust and there was a need to fill the demand for silver religious items at that time. Yitzchak Bier won a special prize for an extraordinary Chanukah Menorah which he designed. Thus was launched Bier Enterprises. Most Bier designs are original designs of Yitzchak Bier and always taken into account are beauty of form and comfort of use. While over the years many new lines and designs have come to be part of Bier’s repertoire many of the older classic designs remain bestsellers to this day. His sons Mordechai and Meir followed in their father’s footsteps and together ensure excellence and craftsmanship. Everything at Bier Judaica is handmade using different silversmithing techniques: metal cutting, bending, metal spinning, lost wax casting, hammering. The silversmith can create almost every design that is imaginable using these techniques, materials and his knowledge and skills. Bier classic designs make use of bible verses, original decorative lettering and ornaments related to Jewish customs and folklore. 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 exceptional quality, Georgian reproduction, sterling silver tea & coffee set with tray. The set of typical George III style on pedestal foot with gadroon rims, the tray matching also with an applied gadroon border & readed handles. Set consists of tea pot, coffee pot, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl, creamer, tilting hot water kettle on stand with burner & a large oval 2 handled tray. All sterling silver. The coffee pot, tea pot & tilting kettle with black hardwood handles, true to the Georgian style. Tray is approximately 28.5″ long.
A highly decorative, neoclassical style, four-section surtout de table / silver plated table top plateau. Total of 66″ in length x 17″ wide. By removing one section the plateau can be shortened to approximately 50″ Originally used in the center of large tables to add importance to the room, can be used under an epergne suite, candelabra suite, or even for food, fruit or flowers. The mirrored top will reflect light back into the room. In the center of a dining table or on a large sideboard, this plateau will really make a statement and complement any style of room.
Royal Husk / Kings Husk, Antique English, Sterling Silver, Flatware Set For 18 People, Complete With The Original Antique Silver Handled Knives. The Set Made By The Chawner Family Of Silversmiths London 1840. The Spoons & Forks By Mary Chawner And The Knives Were Made By Thomas Chawner. The Royal Husk Pattern, Is Also Referred To As Kings Husk or Husk Pattern.The Set Is In Very Good Used Condition. 90 Pieces Total, Consisting Of: 18 Table Forks 8.25″ 18 Table Knives 10.6″ (Stainless Blades) 18 Table Spoons 8.75″ 18 Dessert / Salad Forks 6.75″ 18 Dessert Spoons 7″ The knives, originally with steel blades have been replaced at some time with the more practical stainless blades. The Spoons & Forks Weigh A Total Of 5510 Grams = 177 Troy oz = 194.25 Regular Ounces. 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. Returns only accepted if not as described. Please ask any questions BEFORE purchasing any item. All items are available to inspect, and pick up, at our Manhattan gallery. The Pattern Was Originally Designed By Paul Storr During The Reign Of George IV, And Dates From About 1820’s. The Outline Shape Is Based On The Kings Pattern, Decorated With A Husk Shell. We Will Be Listing More Of This Pattern, So Check Our Other Ebay Listings CHAWNER & CO.Flatware-making is one of the sub specialties of silversmithing. In the 18th and 19th century the vast majority of spoons and forks were made by specialist “spoon makers” (knives were made by an entirely different tradesman called a cutler). The Chawner family was one of England’s dominant producers of silver flatware in the 19th century. William Chawner II began a seven year spoon-making apprenticeship with the prolific flatware makers William Eley and William Fearn in 1797. He became the third partner of this company in 1808. Seven years later, he set up Chawner & Co. which would become one of the largest producers of silver flatware through the 19th century. When Chawner died in 1834, his widow Mary Chawner registered her own marks and took over with her son-in-law George Adams. Chawner & Co were supplier to the retail houses of Hunt & Roskell, R.& S. Garrard & Co, Elkington & Co. Chawner & Co is renowned not only for quality but the breadth of patterns they offered. Their pattern book from the mid 19th century included 47 patterns, far more than was typical at the time. The company was eventually sold in 1883 to Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater. We Have A Huge Selection Of English Flatware Pieces To Complete Your Antique Set. We Sell Single Pieces Or Entire Sets & Well As Knives. Check Our Ebay Page www.EstateSilver.biz For A Small Selection, Or Feel Free To Visit Our Manhattan Gallery To See Our Entire Inventory.
A highly decorative four-section surtout de table / silver plated table top plateau. Total of 66″ in length x 17″ wide. By removing one section the plateau can be shortened to approximately 50″ Originally used in the center of large tables to add importance to the room, can be used under an epergne suite, candelabra suite, or even for food, fruit or flowers. The mirrored top will reflect light back into the room. In the center of a dining table or on a large sideboard, this plateau will really make a statement and complement any style of room.
English, sterling silver Deco, large octagonal handwrought footed tray, measuring 22″ x 18″. Made by Peter Guille, London 1941. Hallmarked on underside. Great as a drinks tray, food serving tray or even as a table centrepiece. Tray weighs 4.370 grams. Peter Guille originally was the vice president of Crichton & Co, silversmiths circa 1925, before taking over the shop in 1936 and manufacturing fine silver under his own name. Like Crichton, Peter Guille made excellent examples of fine English hand forged silver, and continued as a silversmith until 1953 when he then became vice president of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation until his death in 1966. Robert Sterling Clark had been a collector & client of Crichton’s & Peter Guille for many years.
Gorham Martele, sterling silver Art Nouveau hand-hammered bowl. Retailed In Chicago by Spaulding & Company. Round form, with typical pronounced hand-hammered surface and nouveau style flower decoration. Bowl stands on a round pedestal foot. Hallmarked on the underside ss shown. Hand engraved ‘E’ monogram on one panel Martele was an exclusively handcrafted range, whose name was derived from the French ‘marteler’ (to hammer) denoting the production technique used, ie hammered or handwrought. Martele was produced by Gorham from 1897 to 1930 under the guidance of William Codman. Codman being a fine English silversmith brought over in 1891 for this express purpose. Due to the fact that all Martele silver was handmade, each piece tends to be unique in style. This example is in very good condition, with a beautiful planished surface. It has clear decorative detail and a very healthy patina. Practical size & shape for a multitude of uses, and decorative just as a centerpiece. Bowl is approximate 10.75″ diameter x 4″ high. Weighs 1,195 grams.
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