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.
English, sterling silver, hallmarked salt and pepper frogs. Great quality and condition. Novel, decorative & usable
A three section, extendable, sterling silver table plateau. Made in Belgium by the one of the premier silversmiths, Delheid Freres. The plateau is actually the highest grade of silver, being of 950 standard, which is higher than the 925 sterling standard. Made in Brussels, Belgium, circa 1900. Each section with the “A” assay mark for Belgium and 950 for the high standard. The D with the Serpent above is the mark for Delheid Freres. The three sections are 45″ long and for a larger table they can be spaced further apart. The Brussels house Delheid, considered the second best Belgian silversmiths, was founded circa 1828 by Michel Delheid (1802-1872). In the period 1829-1838 he worked at the Rue Des Minimes in Brussels. In 1842 he registered his maker’s mark, and moved to Nieuwlandstraat. In 1862 two of his sons, Edmond-Joseph and Alphonse-Jules-Jean-Baptiste, gave the company its final name Delheid Frères. They registered the capital D under a serpent, makers mark. The company again moved circa 1898 to Artesiëstraat ; finally in 1897, a store on Augustijnenstraat was opened. The company increased production in the early 20th century, and they were still silversmithing up until late 1970s. Silver items made by Delheid Freres can be seen at the Silver Museum housed in the castle Sterckshof in Deurne, Antwerp.
Antique French silver jardiniere / oval centerpiece. Made in Paris, circa 1890s. It is the higher standard of 950 silver, as opposed to the sterling standard of 925. The centerpiece has the original silver plated insert. Measures: 16″ x 9″ x 5″ high. Makers Mark Of T. F.
English, sterling silver two handled tray. Made in London by Frank & Samuel Fenton in 1886. Cast handles, applied heavy bead border and beautiful hand engraved decoration, centered by a blank cartouche. Tray measures: 29.5″ x 18.75″.
Onslow By CJ Vander, Georgian House. Service For 12 People With Serving Pieces. 88 Pieces Total. 12 Dinner Knives (Stainless Blade) 10″ 12 Dinner Forks 8.25″ 12 Salad / Fish Forks 7″ 12 Soup Spoons 6.5″ 12 Dessert Spoons 7.25″ 24 Teaspoons 5.65″ 1 Pie / Cake Server (Stainless Blade) 9.7″ 1 Large Serving Spoon 8.3″ 1 Large Serving Fork 8.3″ 1 Master Butter / Pate Knife 6.75″ The entire set is English hallmarked, sterling silver
Large Oval 2 Handled, Antique Sterling Silver Tray In The Plymouth Pattern. Made By Gorham Silversmiths. Dated 1912 26.25″ x 19.50″
Antique mixed metals set of 12 knives and 12 forks made in Japanese Meiji period style. The knife handles made of silver, brass and copper and featuring incredible figural decorations: Depictions of flowers, birds and animals as well as fishing and sailing scenes. The silver plated blades are marked with the manufacturer’s mark Landers, Frary & Clark, Aetna Works, circa 1880-1890. 12 knives 8 5/8″ long. 12 forks 8″ long.
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
English, Sterling Silver Salver / Round Tray Having A Round Shaped Form With Applied Bead/Pearl Border, Standing On 4 Cast Claw & Ball Feet. Made By Barker Brothers. Hallmarked 1949.
Set Of 12 Dinner Knives In The Elizabethan Pattern. English, Sterling Silver, Hallmarked. Made By Garrards The Crown Jewelers, 112 Regent Street. Circa 1954. 10.25″ Long. Sterling Silver Handle With Stainless Blades. These Are The Best Quality, Solid Silver Handled Knives. Not Filled Or Weighted.
A complete, sterling silver flatware set for 12 people with a large selection of serving pieces in the rare Elizabethan pattern. The set is exceptional quality, and the entire set has been beautifully hand-forged, hallmarked by Garrads the crown jewelers of Regent Street London, 1954. The set consists of the following: 12 dinner knives (stainless blades) 12 dinner forks 12 soup spoons 12 dessert/salad forks 12 fish knives 12 fish forks 12 dessert spoons 12 dessert/cheese knives (stainless blades) 12 tea spoons 12 coffee spoons 12 ice cream spoons 12 pastry forks (stainless blades) 12 pastry knives (stainless blades) 1 carving knife (stainless blade) 1 carving fork (stainless blade) 2 Piece fish servers 2 Piece salad serving set 2 Serving spoons 2 Serving Forks 2 Gravy ladles 1 Olive spoon 1 Sugar sifter 1 Sugar tong 1 Ice cream spade Total 172 pieces.
A Complete Dinner Service For 12 People With A Selection Of 16 Serving Pieces, In The Rare Bacchanalian Pattern. A Beautifully Hand Forged Pattern With Heavily Cast Classical Figures & Ornamentation To Front & Rear Of Each Piece. A Regency Pattern Designed By Thomas Stothard, The Artist & Painter, Who Designed Numerous Unique Silver Patterns For Rundel, Bridge & Rundel, Most Pieces Were Made by Paul Storr And His Succesors, And Were Usually Only Produced For Dessert Services. Stag Hunt, Fox Hunt, Boar Hunt & Mask Were Other Similar Patterns Designed By Stothard For The Silversmiths. Most Of These Patterns Were Made Exclusively For The Royal Collection. We Have Available For Sale A Custom, Hand Made, Hand Forged Set, Complete For 12 People In The Dinner Size. Made By CJ Vander & Commissioned By Langfords Silver Galleries In London In 1981 For A Wealthy American Client. Each piece with detailed scenes of the ancient Roman festival in honor of Bacchus. The motif shows Bacchus, the Roman God of wine, riding a lion, whilst Diana looks on, with another figure asleep at her feet. The back of the spoons are also beautifully decorated, with a figural masque over a draped curtain, and tilted amphora of wine. Bunches of grapes and vine leaves complete the decoration. Set consists of 12 of each of the following: Dinner Knife 9.5″, Dinner Fork 8.35″, Round Bowl Soup Spoon 7″, Salad/Dessert Fork 7.25″, Dessert Spoon 7.25″, Dessert/Cheese Knife 8.6″, Butter Knife 6.35″, Tea Spoon 5.8″, Coffee Spoon 4.6″. Serving pieces consist of: 2 Piece Salad Servers 9″, 2 Serving Spoons 8.85″, 1 Serving Fork 8.75″ & Spoon 8.6″, 2 Gravy Ladles 6.5″, 2 Master Butter/Pate Knives 6.5″, Cheese/Bar Knife 8.25″, 4 Salt/Pepper Spoons 4.125″, 1 Mustard Spoon 4.45″. This is an exceptional set, by an exceptional maker, in an exceptionally rare pattern, in excellent condition. Complete dinner service for 12 people. Total of 124 pieces.
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.
Set Of 12, Acorn Pattern, Place Card Holders, Made By Georg Jensen, Denmark. We have another set of 12 available if you want to make a set for 24. Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern, Acorn at one time had 220 individual pieces. Today’s range totals 76 pieces and remains one of Georg Jensen’s most exclusive silverware patterns.
Exceptional quality pair of sterling silver pheasants, male & female, made by CJ Vander. English 20th Century. The larger pheasant is approximately 11.25″ long. Solid silver, the pair weigh about 2,000 grams. Both are fully & correctly hallmarked
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.
32 pc German Sterling Silver And Gilt Chess Set. Intricately detailed pieces with handcarved bone faces and hands, gemstones, sterling and gilt details. Gorgeous quality, solid silver set. Made By The Crafstmen Silversmiths Of Hannau, Germany For Garrard The Crown Jewelers. Measures Approx. King: (largest piece) 7.50″ height, base 2.375″ diameter. Pawn (smallest piece): 5.50″; height, base 2″, diameter. The identical chess set, but without English hallmarks, was sold with a chess board for $62,500 at Sotheby’s in New York on 15th April 2011. All our items are available for inspection, by appointment, at our gallery in Manhattan
2 Novelty, Antique Sterling Silver Seated Musicians With Bobble Heads. Made By Ludwig Neresheimer In Hanau Late 19th Century. The Drummer 7.5″ Tall, Imported Into The UK By Edwin Thomson Bryant In 1904, And As Such Carries The Corresponding English Silver Hallmarks As Required. The Trumpet Player, 7″ Tall, Imported Into The UK By Berthold Mueller (Bernard Muller) In 1906. Both Have “Bobbling” Heads, And Both Have Detachable Covers So They Can Be Used As Caddies etc. Great Quality & Condition. Hanau silver was largely imported into the UK between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Berthold Mueller was an import firm, who distributed a lot of Neresheimer silver – see John Culme: The Directory of Gold-and Silversmiths, Jewellers and Allied Traders 1838-1914, Vol.1 page, page 335. The firm changed its name 1915 to Berthold Miller and was listed as wholesale silversmiths and jewellers, antique reproduction in silver, ivories, miniatures, enamels, and so forth.
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.
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
Unusual, Decorative Pair Of Cast Sterling Silver candlesticks, In A Nautical Theme, Cast As Dolphins. Made By Royal Irish, Dublin. Quality & Condition Are Exceptional. Not Weighted Or Filled. 7 1/4″ High. Fully & Correctly Hallmarked
Good Quality Pair Of Antique English Cast Candlesticks. Made By Sebastian Garrard, London 1911. 10 1/4″ Tall With Square 5 1/2″ Cut Corner Bases. These Are Solid Silver, Not Weighted Or Filled. Both Candlesticks Are Fully & Correctly Hallmarked
EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF CAST & CHASED VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA. CHARLES STUART HARRIS, LONDON, 1897. Each on shaped circular spreading base formed of a mingled mass of scroll work, shells, flowers & foliage. The shaft like a striated tree trunk, decorated near the bottom with a knop of owls’ heads, above which are two dolphins, seperated by shells, their bodies twisted and their tails standing erect and free from the shaft. Above is a vase shaped candle socket with a circular dish shaped wax pan ornamented on the underside with bulrushes and on the upper side with foliated scrolls, foliage etc. The detachable three branches formed as double scrolls with vase shaped candle sockets and circular drip pans ornamented on the underside with eagles and on the upper side with foliage etc. The complex design of these candelabra incorporating revived baroque and rococo elements was first introduced during the Regency era by silversmiths such as Paul Storr. The most elaborate version of this design, a set of three- seven- and eight-light candelabra dating to 1813, is illustrated in M. Penzer, Paul Storr, 1954, page 164. Exceptional quality and style. Solid silver, not weighted or filled. Weighing over 15 kilo the pair
Exceptional Quality Pair Of Decorative, Antique English, Sheffield Silver Plated Three Light Candelabra. Made By Horace Woodward & Co, Birmingham Circa 1890’s. 4 3/4″ Square Base And Standing At About 20 1/4″ tall With An Arm Span Of 13.5″. The Arms Can Be Removed And The Sticks Can Be Used As Individual Candlesticks.
A Magnificent & Very Impressive Pair Of Large & Decorative Antique Silver Candelabra. Standing 31.5″ Tall. Made By J.TH Heinze In Dresden Germany, Circa 1890. Each Branch Holds 9 Candles At Graduated Heights. These Candelabra Are Solid Silver, Not Weighted Or Filled. Weight Is 11,780 grams. Fully & Correctly Hallmarked On The Base Of Each Stick.
Good Quality Pair Of English, Sterling Silver, 5 Light Candelabra In A Georgian Style. The Cast Branches Detach & You Can Use Just The Candlesticks. Branches, Bobeche & Sticks Are All Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. Made By CJ Vander, 1966. Candelabra 16.5″ Max Height. Arm Span Of Branches Is 16″. Candlesticks 11.5″ Tall. Base Of Stick 5.25″ Square.
Antique, Sterling Silver Pair Tall 7 Light Candelabra. Made By Howard & Co, New York, 1915.Each with six scrolling arms centering a raised single light, on a base chased with foliate scrolls ending in four scrolling feet. Crested on column. Height 27.5″. Solid silver, not weighted.
Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Asparagus Serving Tongs. London 1856, In The Fiddle Pattern, With Beautiful Hand Pierced Blades. Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. Made By Francis Hiigins. 9.5″ Long
A Complete Boxed Set Of Fish Knives & Forks With Sterling Blades & Bone Handles. Made By The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Of Regent Street, London. The Handles Have Some Age Discolorations, But Are Not cracked Or Broken, And The Blades Are Sterling Silver, Fully & Correctly Hallmarked.
Set Of 12 Sterling Silver Hand Forged Knives In The Kings Pattern. These Extra Large Knives Are An EXACT Copy Of The Antique Knives Of The 19th Century, But Made With Stainless Blades, As Opposed To The Regular, Rust Prone, Regular Steel Blade, Pre 1910. The Length Of This Knife Is 10 5/8″ Long, And Each Knife Weighs In At About 4.20 troy oz. Gross Weight Each. I Am Giving You The Weight, So That You Can Get An Idea Of The Quality, I am Not Trying To Sell You Them By The Oz., As They Have The Stainless Blade Included In That Gross Weight. This Is The Best Quality Knife Available, And Will Compliment Any Good Antique English Sterling Silver Set…Other Patterns Available…Table/Dinner & Dessert/Cheese/Luncheon Knives ..Other Sizes & Qualities Also Available, But These Are THE BEST… We Can Supply Single Knives Or Entire Sets.. I Also Have A Large Inventory Of English & European Flatware Sets, And Individual/Odd Pieces To Help You Finish Off Your Set..Feel Free To Contact Us For ANY Of Your Silver Requests..
Italian Silver Asparagus Tongs Made By Calderoni Of Milan, Italy. Established Since 1840. The Style And Quality Are Similar To That Of Buccellatti Empire. 10″ Long
10 1/4″ Long Table Knife In The Chased & Pierced Vine Pattern By CJ Vander, Late 20th Century Hallmarks. 18 Knives Available @ $300 Each. Handle Is Sterling Silver, Blade Is Stainless. The Handle Has A Blank Space On One Side For An Initial Or Monogram. 19 Of The 8 3/4″ Cheese Or Dessert Knives Also Available
Set Of 12, Sterling Silver, Kings Pattern Dinner Forks. Excellent Condition, With No Monograms Or Initials. We Also Have A Huge Selection Of Flatware Sets, As Well As Individual Pieces In Nearly All Of The English Sterling Patterns. Feel Free To Check Our Web Site, Or Email/Call For More Details.
Set Of 18 Pair Of Fish Knives & Forks In Solid Sterling Silver, Hand Forged By CW Fletcher In London England For Spaulding – Gorham Inc. This Is An Exceptionally Good Quality Set, All Sterling, The Handle & The Blade, With No Weighting Or Filling In The Handles. The Style Is A Very Good Style, Being The Pistol Form, But With Paneled Sides. The Maker, CW Fletcher Of London, Is Probably The Best 20th Hand Forged Silversmith, And Is Probably The Only Silversmith Still In Existence That Still Produces Hand Forged Silver. Fletchers Made Most Of James Robinson’s Silver In The 20th Century, And Is Now Owned By James Robinsons, And Called Fletcher – Robinson. Each Piece Is Fully And Correctly Hallmarked, Dated 1938. This Really Is A Very Good Set, In A Good Style, By A Very Good Maker, And Nice Being For 18 People. Knife Is 8″ Long, Fork 7.125″ Other English Sets In Various Styles Available..
12 English, Sterling Silver, Pistol Handled Dinner / Table Knives. Sterling Silver Handle With Stainless Steel Blades, But In The True Georgian Style. The Beauty Of The Pistol Handle, Is That It Will Compliment Almost Any Silver Pattern. 9 5/8″ Long We Also Have A Large Inventory Of Antique & 20th Century English Sterling Silver Flatware, In Almost All Patterns. Single Pieces And Entire Sets… Feel Free To Contact Us For More Information..
English Sterling Silver Handled Dinner Knives In The Royal Husk Pattern, Sometimes Referred To As The Kings Husk Pattern. 9.7″ Long. Blades Are Stainless. Price Is For 18 Knives. Contact Us For Price For 6, 12 Or More Makers Mark T.S. Hallmark For 2004. Very Good Used Condition. No Splits, No Monograms, No Damage. We Have A Huge Selection Of English Sterling Silver Knives In Stock, In All Patterns. We Also Have A Huge Selection Of English Flatware Pieces To Complete Your Antique Set. We Sell Single Pieces Or Entire Sets. Check Our Web page For A Small Selection, Or Feel Free To Visit Our Manhattan Gallery To See Our Entire Inventory.
Set Of 12 English Sterling Silver Knives In The Bead Pattern. Many Other Knives Available In Various Pattern’s. We Also Have A Large Inventory Of Antique English Sterling Silver Flatware. You Can Buy 1 Piece Or Entire Sets.. Please Feel Free To Contact Us…212.758.4858….estatesilver. com
Set Of 12 Table Knives In The ‘Plain Old English’ Pattern. Made In England, With Sterling Silver Handles & Stainless Blades. Also available In The Dessert/Salad/Cheese Size. Just One Of A Variety Of New Knives Available To Match Almost Any Antique Flatware Set. We Sell Individual Place Pieces And Entire Sets. All Styles & Periods Available. Antique English Flatware Is Just One Of Our Many Specialties. We Have Over 20,000 Pieces Of Flatware Always In Stock. Some New Knives May Have To Be Made To Order, So Please Allow Extra Time For Delivery
Set Of 12 Octagonal Pistol Table Knives. Made In England, With Sterling Silver Handles & Stainless Steel Blades. Also available In The Dessert/Salad/Cheese Size. Just One Of A Variety Of New Knives Available To match Almost Any Antique Flatware Set. We Sell Individual Place Pieces And Entire Sets. All Styles & Periods Available. Antique English Flatware Is Just One Of Our Many Specialties. We Have Over 20,000 Pieces Of Flatware Always In Stock. Some New Knives May Have To Be Made To Order, So Please Allow Extra Time For Delivery.
An English Sterling Silver Fish Set, Fitted In Wood Case, Complete For 12 People, In The Thread Pattern. 12 Knives & 12 Forks. Sterling Hallmarked Handles & Hallmarked Blades
I’ve Got A Huge Selection Of Antique English Flatware. Sets & Single Pieces. Over 150 Various Kings Pattern Tea Spoons. Priced Individually For $77.00 Each. I Can Also Supply In Sets Of 2, 4, 6, 8 Or 12. Please Contact Us To Replace Any Lost Spoons, Forks Or Knives For Any Of Your English Silver Flatware Sets. 18th, 19th & 20th Century
I’ve Got A Huge Selection Of Antique English Flatware. Sets & Single Pieces. Over 100 Various Kings Pattern Dessert Forks, Often Called Salad Forks. Priced Individually For $150.00 Each. I Can Also Supply In Sets Of 2, 4, 6, 8 Or 12. Please Contact Us To Replace Any Lost Spoons, Forks Or Knives For Any Of Your English Silver Flatware Sets. 18th, 19th & 20th Century, In Any Pattern.
A Set Of 12 Sterling Silver, Pistol Handled Table / Dinner Knives. Made By LA Crichton, London, 1930. The Handles Are Sterling Silver, The Blades Stainless Steel. Each Handle Is Fully & Correctly hallmarked. These Are Large Size Dinner Knives Measuring 9 7/8″ Long. The Handles Are Solid Silver And Are Not Filled Or Weighted. They Are Hard Soldered To The Blades And Will Not Separate.
An Exceptional, English Sterling Silver Comprehensive Flatware Set, Complete In Original Fitted Oak Chest. Typical Of The Early Cutlery, The Forks Are All 3 Tyne, And The Knives Are All With The Shell Scroll Pistol Handles. Made By Sebastian Henry Garrard, Of Garrards The Crown Jewelers And Dated 1916, George IV. The Set Is Complete For 12 With Fish Eaters, Fruit Eaters As Well As Numerous Serving Items, Including Condiment Spoons, Asparagus Tongs & Carvers. The Complete List Is As Follows. All The Items Are Sterling Silver Hallmarked Unless Stated. 12 Table Spoons 12 Table Forks 12 Table Knives (Stainless Blades) 12 Salad Forks 12 Cheese Knives (Stainless Blades) 12 Dessert Spoons 12 Fruit Knives 12 Fruit Forks 12 Fish Knives 12 Fish Forks 12 Tea Spoons 11 Demitasse Spoons (This Is The Only Item Missing From The Entire Set) Serving Pieces Are As Follows: Large Soup or Punch Ladle Large Stuffing or Serving Spoon 1 Asparagus Tong 1Knife Sharpener (Steel Blade) 1Meat Carving Knife (Stainless Blade) 1Fowl Carving Knife (Stainless Blade) 1Meat Carving Fork (Stainless Tyne) 1Fowl carving Fork (Stainless Tyne) 1 Sugar Tongs, Grape Shears 4 Salt/Pepper Spoons 2 Mustard Spoons 1 Cream Ladle 1 Sugar Sifter 2 gravy Ladles 2 Pickle Forks 1 Master Butter Knife 2 Piece Fish Carvers 1 Crumber A Total Of 26 Serving Items. An Amazing Set, Great Early Style, Excellent Quality And A Premier Silversmith, All Fitted In An Oak Chest, Measuring 21 1/2″ x 14 1/8″ x 9″ High. No Monograms Or Initials. 1 Demitasse Spoon Is Missing, Otherwise A Very Complete Service.
One Of A Selection Of George Jensen Sets Currently Available In Our Huge, Ever Changing Inventory. This Set In The Acorn Pattern Is Complete For 12 People. Set Consists Of 12 Of Each Of The Following In The Large European Size: Dinner Knives 10″, Dinner Forks 7.8″, Large Oval Soup Spoons 8″, Salad Forks 7.5″, Fish Forks 6.6″, Oyster/Hors D’oeuvre Forks 5.7″, Pastry/Cake Forks 5.6″, Ice Tea Spoons 7.2″, Butter Knives 5.9″, Citrus Spoons 5.75″, Tea Knives 6.75″, Large Tea Spoons 6.1″, Regular Tea Spoons 5.7″, Coffee Spoons 5″, Demitasse Spoons 3.75″, Compote Spoons 5.25″, Fruit Forks 5.75″. Total of 17 dozens, 204 pieces Other Sets For 12 & 8 People Also Available. We Also have Individual Pieces As Well As A Huge Selection Of Serving Pieces. All Items Are Available For Inspection At Our Manhattan Gallery Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern
ACORN by Georg Jensen. Sterling dinner forks 19cm long. 7.5″ approx. 27 forks available, $95.00 each. Call or email for volume discount. We just purchased a HUGE assortment of Acorn flatware. Place & serving pieces. All items are available for inspection at our Manhattan gallery Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern, Acorn at one time had 220 individual pieces. Today’s range totals 76 pieces and remains one of Georg Jensen’s most exclusive silverware patterns.
ACORN by Georg Jensen. 26cm long 10.5″ approx, cake or pie server with the solid silver thick handle Just 1 item from a vast collection of Jensen Acorn we have purchased. Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern, Acorn at one time had 220 individual pieces. Today’s range totals 76 pieces and remains one of Georg Jensen’s most exclusive silverware patterns.
ACORN by Georg Jensen. Large 2 piece carving set. Sterling silver handles with stainless blades. This item is just one of a huge selection of Jensen Acorn currently available at our Manhattan Gallery. Knife is approx 13.5″ long, fork is approx. 12.25″. Great quality & condition Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern, Acorn at one time had 220 individual pieces. Today’s range totals 76 pieces and remains one of Georg Jensen’s most exclusive silverware patterns.
2 Piece Carving Set In The Acorn Pattern By Georg Jensen. Sterling Silver Handles With Frank Cobb Stainless Blades. Knife is 12 1/2″ Long. Fork is 10 3/4″ Long. Just one of a huge selection of Georg Jensen that we currently have for sale at our Manhattan gallery.
ACORN by Georg Jensen. 2 Tyne, Sterling Silver Cold Meat Serving Fork. 8″ Long , 20cm. 5 available, $220.00 each. Call or email for volume discount Just one item of a huge selection of Georg Jensen silver available for sale at our Manhattan gallery