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Set Of 4 William Gould Cast Sterling Silver Candlesticks George II, 1749

An extremely good set of four cast silver George II  candlesticks. Marked to the underside for London 1749 by William Gould. Also marked to each capital. The bases are engraved with a crest of a raised fist holding a five-pointed star. The underside of each stick also carries the original scratch weight. These are an extremely unusual set of candlesticks in a very attractive and highly unusual pattern. They are in original unrestored condition with only very minor wear to the high points. The marks are clear although the marks to the capitals are slightly worn. Exceptionally good weight of and very robust gauge silver. William Gould was a specialist candlestick maker and these are a wonderful example of his highly skilled silversmithing. Height: 9.25 inches or 23.5 cm Weight: 2717 grams = 95.84 regular ounces =  87.35 ounces Troy
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Replacement Epergne Glass Bowl. Round, 13.50″ Diameter

Epergne replacement large round glass bowl. 13.50″ Diameter x 4″ high. The foot is 5.7″ diameter. We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our other listings on eBay at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit out Manhattan gallery for an even larger selection. Please check your measurements before purchasing. If measurements are tight, please email me to confirm. Bowl weighs 2530 grams.  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.     
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Replacement Epergne Glass Crystal Bowl. Round, 8.25″ Diameter

Epergne replacement round crystal bowl. 8.25″ Diameter x 4″ high. We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery. Please check your measurements before purchasing. If measurements are tight, please email me to confirm. Bowl weighs 836 grams.  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.     
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Replacement Epergne Glass Bowl. Round, 10″ Diameter

Epergne replacement round glass bowl. 10″ Diameter x 2″ high. We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our other listings on eBay at www.EstateSilver.biz, or feel free to visit out Manhattan gallery for an even larger selection. Please check your measurements before purchasing. If measurements are tight, please email me to confirm. Bowl weighs 967 grams.  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.   
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Replacement Epergne Glass Bowl. Round, 10.2″ Diameter

Epergne Replacement large round glass bowl. 10.2″ Diameter x 5.5″ high. The base diameter at the tip is 1 1/8″”. Please check your measurements before purchasing. If measurements are tight, please email me to confirm. Bowl weighs 955 grams. We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery. 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. 
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Replacement Epergne Glass Bowl. Round, 11.6″ Diameter

We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery.  
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Massive Silver Plated Table Top Plateau With Side Bowls. 46″ x 32″

Massive & Decorative, Silver Plated Plateau With 8 Side Bowls. The Border & Gallery With Grape & Vine Motif. Measures 46″ x 32″. Very Good Condition, Needs A Good Polish. No Makers Markings, But Probably European
  • $12,000.00
  • $9,000.00
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Sterling Silver 4 Section Mirror Top Table Plateau / Surtout De Table. 65″ x 16″

Four Section, Sterling Silver Table Plateau / Surtout De Table , With Mirrored Top. The Four Sections Measure 65″ In Length. One Section Can Be Removed And The Plateau  Can Be Used As A Three Section Plateau Of About 50″. The Width Is Approx 16″ 
  • $25,000.00
  • $20,000.00
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Gorham Sterling Silver Revere Style Bowl. 11.50″ Diameter x 6″ High.

Gorham Sterling Silver Paul Revere Reproduction Bowl1954 Height 6 1/8 inches, diameter 11 5/8 inches.
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Tiffany Sterling Silver 3 Piece Coffee Set

Tiffany & Co. Makers Three-Piece Sterling Silver Breakfast ServicePattern no. 22555, circa 1947-56 Comprising a coffee pot with ebonized wood handle, creamer and an open sugar bowl sugar bowl. Each piece is beautifully hand engraved by Tiffany with a monogram on one side. Height of coffee pot 9 3/8 inches.
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English, Sterling Silver Shell Border Salver / Round Tray. 12.75″ Diameter

Sterling Silver Round Footed Salver / Tray With Applied Border & Standing On 3 Cast Feet. Hallmarked On The Underside. Reid & Sons. Dated 1930.
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Sterling Silver Round Footed Tray / Salver. 14″ Diameter. Gadroon Border

Sterling Silver Round Salver / Tray In A Georgian Style With Applied Gadroon Border, Standing On 3 Cast Feet. Howard & Co, New York, Circa 1900. 
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English Sterling Silver 12.5″ Diameter Footed Tray / Salver. Gadroon Border

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.
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Antique English Melon Shaped Tea and Coffee Set, 1828 by Barnards

Four-piece antique English, George IV, tea and coffee service by the famous Barnard Family of silversmiths. Made in London, hallmarked 1828. The melon shaped body with hand chased floral decoration on a stippled background. The cast spout and feet in a similar manner to match the body. The finials, lids, handles and body are all correctly hallmarked and all original. Great quality set, by an excellent silversmith. Great style & highly serviceable as well as decorative when not in use. The coffee pot stands 9.25″ high Made by Edward Barnards & Sons., Edward Jr., John & William.
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Hand-Hammered, Sterling Silver Champagne Bucket / Ice Bucket / Wine Cooler

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″.
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Antique Sterling Silver Large Tray, Shreve & Co, San Francisco

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.
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Antique Old Sheffield Plate Champagne or Wine Cooolers

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
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Antique English, Sterling Silver Tray By Hunt & Roskell. Ashburnham Pattern

Round Antique English Tray In The Ashburnham Pattern, Made In London, 1871, By John Hunt & Robert Roskell (Formerly Storr & Mortimer).  Tray Is 17″ diameter. Weighs 2,100 grams The pattern was originally designed for the Earl Of Ashburnham, an avid traveller, collector of fine art, rare books & manuscripts. The Earl commissioned an extensive silver dinner service with a new and particular design, adapted from Moorish ornament, made by the firm of Storr & Mortimer in the 1830’s. The pattern was continued into the late 1800’s by Hunt & Roskell, the continuation of the firm of Storr & Mortimer
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Georgian, Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard, Made By John Emes. London 1804

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
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Old English, Sterling Silver Flatware Set Complete For 12 People

A Complete Service For 12 People In The Georgian Style, Old English Pattern. A Timeless Pattern That Compliments Almost Any Style Of Table. Georgian To Modern.  The Set Consists Of The Following 12 Table Spoons 8.5″ 12 Table Knives 10.75″ 12 Table Forks 7 7/8″ 12 Round Bowl Soup Spoons 7 7/8″ 12 Cheese / Dessert Knives 9.5″ 12 Dessert Spoons 6.75″ 12 Dessert / Salad Forks 7 7/8″ 12 Tea Spoons 5.5″ 12 Coffee / Demi Tasse Spoons 4.5″ 6 Egg Spoons 4 1/16″ 2 Gravy Ladles 7″ 1 Stuffing / Basting / Serving Spoon 12″ 1 Soup / Punch Ladle 13.25″ 1 Chutney / Olive Spoon 8″ Everything is sterling silver, English hallmarked, except the blades on the knives which are stainless. The spoons, forks & serving pieces were all made by Goldsmiths & Silver Company, hallmark for London 1921. The knives were made by L.A. Crichton, and hallmarked  London 1910, and the old steel blades have been replaced with stainless blades. Each piece is crested on the front with an upstanding goat, except for the knives which are blank A great set, great pattern, very good maker, very good condition.
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12 Sterling Silver Gilt Dessert Forks Chased Grape & Vine Pattern

Chased Grape & Vine, Sterling Silver Gilt Dessert Forks 6 1/3″ Long.  Forks Weigh A Total Of 685 Grams Retailed By Shreve, Crump & Low Of Boston, The Oldest Purveyor Of Luxury Goods In North America.  The Forks Were Probably Custom Ordered From England, As The Chased Grape & Vine Is An English Pattern. The Forks Only Have The Retailers Mark Of Shreve, And The Sterling Mark
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Chased Grape & Vine, Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Gilt Grape Scissors

Chased grape and vine, Victorian, sterling silver gilt, grape shears made by Mappin & Webb, dated 1892. 6.75″ long. The scissors are all silver and fully hallmarked.
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Set of Four Sterling Silver Gilt Dolphin Shell Dishes. From Zsa Zsa Gabor Estate

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.
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Grape & Vine, Sterling Silver Gilt Grape Shears. Antique English. 1827

Exceptional Quality, Antique English, Sterling Silver Gilt Grape Scissors In The Chased Grape Vine Pattern, Made By Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1827. The Scissors Are All Silver And Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. 7.5″ Long
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Stunning, English Sterling Silver Neff, ‘Sailing Ship’, Fine Detail. 26″ Tall

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. 
  • $42,500.00
  • $34,000.00
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Antique English Kings Pattern Basting / Stuffing / Serving Spoon. 11.75″. c.1844

Antique English, Sterling Silver Serving, Basting or Stuffing Spoon In The Every Popular Kings Pattern. Made In London By Joseph & Albert Savory, Dated 1844. Spoon Measures 11.75″ Long, And Weighs 170 grams. The Front Of The Spoon Has 3 Superimposed Hand Engraved Initials.  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 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 any item. 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. 
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Sterling Silver Golf Trophy 1938. Kebo Valley Club, Maine

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.
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Queen Anne / Rattail Pattern Serving/Stuffing/Basting Spoon. English Sterling Silver

English, Sterling Silver Serving, Basting or Stuffing Spoon In The Queen Anne or Rattail Pattern. Made By Cooper Brothers & Sons, Dated 1948. 11.25″ Long. Weighs 147.50 grams. No Monograms Or Initials.
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2 Deco Silver Serving Spoons. Vienna. 9.65″ Long

A Good Quality Pair Of Serving Spoons Made In Vienna, Austria, Circa 1930’s. Measure Approx. 9.65″ Long. The Pair Weigh 258 grams. Both Have Beautiful Deco Engraved Initials On The Rear. 800 silver. Hallmarks Are On The Bowl.
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Art Nouveau, Antique Silver Stuffing/Serving/Basting Spoon. German Circa 1890’s

Antique German, “800” Silver Serving Spoon In A Beatiful Art Nouveau Design. Circa 1890’s, Made By Bruckmann & Sons. 10.5″ Long. Weighs 164 Grams. Great Quality, Style, Condition & Maker
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Nesting Set Of 3 Sterling Silver Footed Round Trays. English Hallmarked

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
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Antique Sterling Silver English Bowl With Lion Mask Ring Handles

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.
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Large Oval Antique Sterling Silver Centerpiece By Gorham. Special Order

A Stunning, Large Oval Centerpiece Bowl Made By Gorham & Co, Special Order, Circa 1900. The Large Oval Bowl With Hand Chased & Applied Cast Decoration. Standing On 4 Cast Feet. To Add To The Grandeur Of The Bowl There Are 4 Cast & Applied Handles, Back & Front & Either Side. On The Rear Of The Bowl, Beneath One Of The Handles Is A Beautiful Hand Engraved Monogram. The Interior Has The Original Gold Wash. The Gorham Marks Are On The Underside Of The Bowl, As Are The Special Order Marks PTJ A Great Centerpiece For Fruit Or Flowers, A Great Punch Bowl, A Great Champagne Cooler, Or Just Decorative Without Anything In It. Great Quality, Style, Maker & Condition. 20.25″ x 16.75″ x 7.5″ High
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Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Hand Chased Tea Set With Tilting Hot Water On Stand

A Superb Quality, Antique Victorian, Hand Chased Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Service, Complete With The Original Tilting Pot On Stand With Burner. The Body Is Beautifully Hand Chased With Floral Decoration, And Each Piece Stands On 4 Cast And Applied Bacchus Mask Feet. The Spouts Are Cast To Match The Chasing On The Pots. The Hinged Covers Are Each Topped With A Cast Sterling Silver Eagle Finial. The Set Made In London By Edwin Charles Purdie, Dated 1889. All Pieces, Including The Stand & Burner, Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked With The Same Date & Makers Marks. Each Piece Is Hand Engraved With A Heraldic Family Crest Of A Crowned Eagle, In The One Cartouche. The Cartouche On The Reverse Side Is Blank. Quality , Style & Condition Are Excellent.  Tilting Hot Water Kettle On The Stand Measures 16.75″ High. Coffee Pot 10.5″ High Tea Pot 7.5″ High Sugar Bowl 4 3/8″ Creamer 4.25″ High
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English, Sterling Silver Tea & Coffee Set.

Sterling Silver 6 Piece Tea & Coffee Set In A Georgian Style. Hallmark For 1921, Ellis Jacob Greenberg  For  JE Caldwell. 
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Antique English Sterling Silver Shaker By Mappin & Webb

English, Sterling Silver Muffineer, Shaker By Mappin & Webb. Dated 1902, London. 9″ Tall. 
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Epergne Replacement Crystal Bowls. 10.75″ Diameter. OTHER SIZES & STYLES AVAILABLE

Epergne Crystal Replacement Bowls. Hand cut, so they vary in size. Before making a purchase, please email me the EXACT diameter of the opening that the bowl sits into, and I will make sure I find one that fits. We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery.
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Georg Jensen, Acorn Pattern, Serving Fork. 8.9″ Long. Sterling Silver

Acorn, by Georg Jensen. Made in Denmark, sterling silver serving fork.  Approx. 8.9″ long. Marked on rear of spoon, with the Jensen markings and dated post 1945
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Antique German Silver Fish Set for 18 People. 36 Pieces in Original Fitted Case

Solid silver fish eaters for 18 people, made by Bruckmann & Sons Silversmith, Heilbronn in Germany. The handles are of an Art Nouveau design, with a blank cartouche on the front, the blades with a beautiful hand engraved decoration. The handles and blades are solid silver, the handles have no weighting or filling, and therefore will not separate. Each knife and fork are clearly marked on the rear with the German 800 silver mark, the half moon and crown, and the symbol of Brickman silversmiths. Date circa 1890. Can also be used as an hors d’oeuvre set. The 36 pieces are fitted into three trays in the original well worn case, although the flatware itself is in very good condition. No monograms or initials or removals Knife measures 8 1/8″ long, fork is 7 1/4″ long the case is 15.25″ x 10 1/8″ x 4.25″ high.
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Epergne Crystal Replacement Bowl With Cobalt Highlights

We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery.
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Epergne Crystal Replacement Bowl With Cobalt Highlights

We have a huge selection of epergne replacement crystal bowls. Please check our listings at www.EstateSilver.biz or feel free to visit our Manhattan gallery.
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Georg Jensen, Sterling Silver, Hand Hammered Plates / Chargers. Set Of 12.

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.
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Antique English, Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Set, London 1830

A superb style and quality, four piece, sterling silver tea set. Made in London by the famous silversmith of the Barnard’s family, Edward, Edward Jr. John & William Barnards, fully hallmarked and dated 1830. The ribbed bodies with hand chased floral decoration, and with an engraved family crest of a griffin with fish tail on one side of each item. The cast finial is also of a floral design to match the chasing on the body. Each piece stands on four scroll feet. Set consists of a coffee pot, 10.75″ tall, tea pot is 7.25″, creamer is 6.5″, sugar 5.5″ tall. The set is in almost excellent condition.
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Kings Pattern, Sterling Silver Fish Knives & Forks, Mappin & Webb, 24 Pieces

English, Sterling Silver, Fish Knives & Fish Forks For 12 People In The Kings Pattern. Made By Mappin & Webb, Dated 1928. The Set Is Solid Silver, The Handles & The Blades, And The Handles Are Not Filled Or Weighted So They Won’t Separate From The Blade. 12 Knives 8.75″ Long. 12 Forks 7.50″ Long. All Fully & Correctly Hallmarked With The Same Date & Makers Marks
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Acorn By Georg Jensen. Sterling Hors D’oeuvre / Seafood / Oyster Forks

Acorn pattern, Georg Jensen oyster / appetizer / seafood / hors d’oeuvre forks. 5.70″ long. 8 available. $110 each. Call for volume discount. Check our web pages for more Jensen sterling.
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Acorn By Georg Jensen. 12 Oval Spoons. 6.80″

Sterling Silver, Georg Jensen, Acorn Pattern Spoons. 6.80″ Long. Single spoons also available.
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Georg Jensen, Acorn Mocha / Demitasse / Coffee Spoon. 3.75″

Acorn by Georg Jensen. Sterling silver coffee, demitasse or mocha spoons. 3.75″ long. $95 each. 
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Unusual, Tiffany Sterling Silver Gilt Oval Centerpiece, Jardinière, Cooler, Tureen

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.
  • $19,500.00
  • $15,500.00
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Very Large, Antique, Sterling Silver Tray. Barnards, London. 29.75″ x 19.75″

Shell & gadroon border, antique English, large sterling silver, 2 handled tray. Made in London by the silversmith of the Barnards family. Hallmarked on the underside, 1898. Tray measures 29.75″ x 19.75″
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Tiffany Sterling Silver Chinoiserie Style Monteith Bowl

An unusual, sterling silver, hand-hammered bowl with chinoiserie decoration. Custom ordered and handmade in London, England by Tiffany & Co. 1975. The bowl has ten panels, each with a Monteith style rim. Four panels on each side with engraved chinoiserie figures and one blank cartouche on each side. Each panel is separated by a stippled border. The bowl is hallmarked on the underside. Measures: 10 1/8″ diameter x 4 5/8″ high. 1,450 grams. This bowl was a custom ordered replica of the James II, English silver Chinoiserie bowl, made by George Garthorne, London 1686, which is currently on display at the Boston Museum Of Fine Arts
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Large, Decorative, Sterling Silver, Figural Bowl

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.
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Sterling Silver Bar Tray or Sandwich Tray. 17.75″ x 5.75″

English, Sterling Silver, 2 Handled Sandwich or Bar Tray. Hallmarked On Rear. Made By Horace Woodward & Co, Dated 1946. The Tray Is Centered With A Beautiful Hand Engraved Crest & Latin Motto That Translates As “Aim At A Sure Thing”.     17 3/4″ x 5 3/4″.
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Oval Footed Tray / Salver. English, Sterling Silver. CJ Vander. 16″ x 12.25″

English, sterling silver, oval footed salver / tray. Made by CJ Vander, London, 1962. Tray measures 16″ x 12.25″ x 1.25″ high
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Antique English, Victorian, Sterling Silver Footed Tray.

Rectangular Sterling Silver 2 Handled, Footed Tray. The Surface With Hand Engraved Decoration, The Applied Border With A Shell & Gadroon Design, Matching The Cast Shell & Gadroon Handles. Tray Stands On 4 Cast Gadroon Rimmed Feet. Hallmarked On Front Of Tray. Made By Mark Willis, 1898. 27 3/4″ x 17 5/8″
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Large Antique Sterling Silver Bowl. Black, Starr & Frost

Large Art Nouveau Style, Antique Sterling Silver Bowl, Made By Black, Starr & Frost, Circa 1900. The Bowl Is Decorated With A Hand Chased Floral Decoration On The Body, With An Applied Floral Border On Top Rim, Matching The Applied Decoration On The Foot. Bowl is 13″ Diameter x 8 3/4″ High.
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Rare Pr. Chased Vine Antique Spoon & Fork. Sterling Silver. English By George Adams

A Rare Pair Of Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Chased Vine Spoon & Fork Made By George Adams, London 1848. Spoon Is 8 3/4″ Long, Fork Is 8.6″ Long. Both Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked
Stag Pierced

Rare & Unusual Pr. Pierced Stag Hunt By Francis Higgins. Antique Sterling Silver

A Rare Pair Of Sterling Silver, Stag Hunt Pattern Serving Spoons By Francis Higgins. Made In London, Dated 1892. Both Are Beautifully Hand Pierced With The Hunting Dog, Stag & Naturalistic Decoration. 10.5″ Long. Hallmarked On Rear Of The Bowls
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Superb, Antique English, Sterling Silver, Chased & Pierced Vine Set. 38 Pcs.

Chased & Pierced Vine Pattern, Antique English, Sterling Silver Boxed Set For 18 People. Made By George Adams, The Premier Flatware Maker Of The Victorian Period. Handles & Blades Are Sterling Silver And Hallmarked, As Are The Grape Shears & The Sifter Spoon. Set Consists Of 18 Knives 8 1/8″. 18 Forks 6 2/3″. Grape Shears 7″. Sifter Spoon With Pierced Vermeil Bowl 6″. London Circa 1872. Box Is Approx. 14.6″ x 10.1″ x 3″ High Chased and Pierced Vine pattern was first produced by the great Victorian silversmith Francis Higgins for the Great Exhibition of 1851 held at the Crystal Palace in London, as is now recognized as one of the most extraordinary silver flatware patterns in the world. Each piece of silver flatware is individually hand-forged, and then very carefully chased, entirely by hand, in the shape of interwoven grapes and vines. This magnificent silver flatware is exceptionally heavy, and brings the height of luxury to your dining-room.
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Georg Jensen, Scroll Pattern, Complete Set. 72 Pieces

Georg Jensen, Complete Service For 12 People In The Scroll Pattern. Hand Forged, Denmark. Set Consists Of The Following: 12 Dinner Knives (Stainless Blades) 8 7/8″ 12 Dinner Forks 7 1/8″ 12 Soup Spoons 6 3/4″ 12 Salad Forks 6 1/3″ 12 Tea Spoons 5 3/4″ 12 Butter Knives 5 3/4″ The entire set is sterling silver, except the stainless blades on the dinner knives. Everything is original, and fully marked. The Scroll pattern is often referred to as Saga pattern
pierced ladle

Stag Hunt, Antique Sterling Silver Pierced Ladle, Very Rare, By Hunt & Roskell

Antique English, sterling silver, pierced ladle in the rare Stag Hunt pattern. Made In London By Hunt & Roskell, Silversmiths & Jewelers To Queen Victoria. The bowl is nicely gilded on the inside. The ladle Is 8 1/8″ long with a bowl diameter of 2 1/2″ Stag Hunt is a very rare Regency pattern designed for Rundell Bridge & Rundell by Stothard. The pattern was originally made by Paul Storr but Storr’s successors continued to make this design later into the 19th and 20th century The image of the stag hunt on the front of the stem is very graphic and well executed while the reverse of the stem has a striking classical design. Hunt & Roskell, a firm of manufacturing and retail jewellers and silversmiths, was founded by Paul Storr in 1819, trading as Storr & Co. (1819-1822), Storr & Mortimer (1822-1838), Mortimer & Hunt (1838-1843) and then Hunt & Roskell (1843-1897). Hunt & Roskell had retail premises at 156 New Bond Street and a manufactory at 26 Harrison Street, near Clerkenwell. John Samuel Hunt, who had assisted Storr from the start, continued as a partner until his death in 1865, when he was succeeded by his son, John Hunt (d.1879). Robert Roskell, formerly a watchmaker and merchant of Liverpool, joined in 1844 and remained in the firm until his death in 1888. In 1889 the firm was taken over by J.W. Benson and continued in business as Hunt & Roskell Ltd until circa 1965.
OE Vict Set

Antique English, Sterling Silver Flatware in the ‘Old English’ Pattern, 72 Pcs

Set for 12 people in the Old English pattern. Set consists of the following 12 table spoons approx. 8.5″. 12 table knives (stainless blades) approx. 9.5″ 12 table forks 8″ 12 dessert / cheese knives (stainless blades) approx. 8.5″ 12 dessert / salad forks approx. 7″ 12 dessert spoons approx. 7″ The set is all sterling silver, except for the stainless knife blades. The knives are obviously 20th century, with the stainless blades, the rest of the set is all 19th century, Victorian, of various dates and makers, but all with the same crest of a ‘stag’. There is no crest on the knives. A good, usable, antique sterling silver service, for 12 people.