Sale Price: Charming sterling silver box. Round with straight sides. Cover stepped and inset with silver medal commemorating the marriage of Napoleon I to Marie Louise. On obverse are jugate busts of the emperor and his young bride. On reverse is a classical figure and 1810 (the year they married). Really nice for keepsakes. Hallmarked “sterling”. Fine condition.
Fourteen Pieces of F. A. Durgin "Medallion" Sterling Silver Flatware third quarter 19th century, St. Louis, Missouri, including: twelve salad forks, l. 6-1/8"; a tablespoon, retailed by Eugene Jaccard & Co., l. 8-1/4"; and a sauce ladle with gilt coquille bowl, retailed by Edward Mead & Co., monogrammed "WML" conjoined, l. 6-1/4". 12.65 total t. oz. Estimate $400-700 **In overall good condition with no issues other than the patina of age; the unusual forks are particularly nice. The gilding on
Sale Price: Lovely Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame. Made by William B. Kerr in Newark, ca 1910. Rectangular window and surround acid-etched with wraparound feathery leaf-and-berry motif threaded through crisscrossing scrolled bands. At top long shaped cartouche (vacant). With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support. For portrait (vertical) display. Fully marked including no. 3643. Excellent condition with strong definition and great patina.
Sale Price: Art Deco sterling silver and enamel picture frame. Made in Birmingham in 1928.Rectangular window bordered by wraparound blue guilloche enamel. Sides sterling silver. With glass, silk lining, and stained-wood back and flush hinged support. For portrait (vertical) or landscape (horizontal) display. Fully marked including indistinct maker’s stamp. Very good condition.
Sale Price: Large and pretty sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass., in 1942. Curved body, helmet mouth, high-looping scroll handle, and stepped foot. Flowers and scrolls on body and rim. Holds 5 1/4 pints. Fully marked including date symbol, no. X760C2, phrase “Hand Chased”, and volume. Very good condition.
Sale 300 Lot 400, Pair George III silver candlesticks, John Schofield, Pair George III silver candlesticks, John Schofield London, dated 1788, Neoclassical fluted design with loaded bases, complete hallmarks; fitted with later made-to-match two-light candelabra tops; candlestick; H11 1/2" and with tops; H16" W15" (2pcs) Estimate $2,800-3,200 Condition statement: good condition. *** Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that an object is free of defects or restoratio
Two American Sterling Silver Galleried Drinks Trays mid-20th century, including: one by Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, Connecticut, circular with navette gallery and beaded rim, dia. 8-1/2"; and the other by Meriden Britannia Co., Meriden, Connecticut, oval with imbricate gallery reed-and-ribbon rim, stirrup handles and conforming oak insert, monogrammed "CDF", l. 13", w. 8". 12.69 total t. oz. (excluding oak insert) Estimate $250-400 **The circular tray has a shallow 3/8" dent on the plate
Sale Price: Classic penguin sterling silver condiment set. Made by Alfred Dunhill in London. There are three waddling birds with striated feathers, stumpy wings, webbed feet, and beady glass eyes. Two are salt and pepper shakers with pierced and detachable heads. The third is a mustard pot with hinged shoulder. Spoon rests in pot with fish terminal gripped in downturned bill. It looks like someone has found a tasty snack. Fully marked with date letters 1962 (shakers) and 1966 (pot). Very good co
Sale Price: Set of 10 Edwardian sterling silver bread-and-butter plates. Made by Gorham in Providence. Octagonal with circular well and molded rim. Engraved roses and stylized floral border on reeded ground. Hallmark includes no. 1361L. Very good condition.
Six Gorham “Medallion” Sterling Silver Terrapin Forks the pattern designed in 1864 by George Wilkinson (1819-1894), Providence, Rhode Island, retailed by Tiffany & Co., New York, New York, with harlequin bowls engraved with palmettes, lyres and fleurs-de-lys, monogrammed "CMcC". l. 6"; 4.34 total t. oz. Estimate $500-800 **A rare set in good used condition, with no issues noted beyond the expected surface wear commensurate with age and use. Nice engraving, crisp medallions. Each marked on the r
Eight-Piece Sterling Silver and Porcelain Demitasse Set first quarter 20th century, by the Hartford Sterling Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the reticulated demitasse holders with arched reeded handle and a plain saucer, the latter monogrammed "H", fitted with Lenox liners with gilt banding. overall h. 2-1/2", dia. 3-1/2"; 14.04 total t. oz. Estimate $200-400 **In good condition with no issues noted beyond the expected surface wear consistent with occasional use. No dents or breaks on the silv
Sale 300 Lot 328, American and English silver and silver overlay objects, American and English silver and silver overlay objects decanter, H7" pitcher, H7 1/2" scent bottle, H5 1/2" flask, H7" Unger Bros. canoe, L4 3/8" Gorham vase, H6 1/2" and set of 4 Edwardian vanity containers, H3 3/4" to 7 3/4" (10pcs) Provenance: Roger W. Powell Collection Estimate $300-500 *** Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that an object is free of defects or restoration. Condition re
Sale Price: Elegant sterling silver swan boat bowl. Made by Durgin (part of Gorham) in Concord, NH, in 1930. Tubular with wraparound ribbing. At ends are mounted bird busts with s-scroll neck and plumy wings. Graceful and capacious – holds flowers and treats. Fully marked including Gorham and Durgin stamps, date symbol, and no. 333. Very good condition.
Sale Price: Rare Art Nouveau cobalt glass perfume with silver overlay, ca 1910. Globular with short neck and ruffle rim. Ball stopper with short plug. Loose and open silver scrollwork overlapping hoops. Deep color and fluid overlay. Very good condition.
Third quarter 20th century Each stamped: International Sterling Prelude Designed 1939 by Alfred G. Kintz, comprising 12 hollow-handled knives (9.25"), 1 master butter spreader (7.25"), 12 forks (7.25"), 12 individual salad forks (6.5"), 12 teaspoons (6"), 8 round bowl soup spoons (6.5"), 4 table/serving spoons (8.5"), 1 pierced table/serving spoon (8.5"), 1 gravy ladle (6.325"), 1 cream ladle (5.5"), 1 hollow-handled pie server (10.25"), 1 cheese server (6.25"), 1 sugar spoon (5.75"), 1 shor
A George III Pierced Silver Cake Basket London, 1777 With swing handle (repairs), the oval bowl with Greek key and tracery bands, beaded rim, raised on a pierced and beaded oval foot. 24 ozt. 6 dwts. Height 3 1/2 x length 13 1/4 x width 10 inches.
Sale Price: Pair of English sterling silver figural salt & pepper shakers. Each: A squatting reptile with legs gathered close to body. Scaly back, smooth front, and intense glass exophthalmic eyes. Closed mouth set in smirking smile. One has plastic plug; the other has cork plug. London 1967 hallmarks: One made by Richard Comyns; the other by Asprey. Fine condition.
Two Pairs of Sterling Silver Candlesticks including: a pair by Sanborns, Mexico, with short knopped standard and cavetto-domed foot, h. 5-3/4", dia. 3-3/4", 22.12 total t. oz.; and a pair by the National Silver Company, New York, with a baluster standard and ogee-domed foot. h. 8-3/4", dia. 4-1/4", weighted. Estimate $400-700 **The National Silver pair has a few small dents on both of the bases and some tiny pinpoint dents on one nozzle. Otherwise both pieces are in good condition with no break
Sale Price: Big Game-era sterling silver alpha loving cup. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1890. Curved body with embossed twisted scrolls, wavy rim, and domed and scalloped foot with incised scrolls. Three antler handles in sterling silver mounts. Fully marked including no. A1956B and volume (5 pints). Excellent condition.
Sale Price: Victorian sterling silver goblet. Made in Birmingham in 1873. Ovoid bowl on knopped stem on stepped domed foot. Engraved ornament: Ribbon-tied garland forming 4 frames (vacant). Beading. Bowl interior richly gilt. Fully marked (maker’s stamp indistinct). Very good condition.