An 18th century George II gold and bloodstone etui case, circa 1760. With diamond push-piece Measures: height 4 in. Mint condition. Very beautiful and high quality object. An 18th century George II gold and bloodstone etui case, circa 1760. With diamond push-piece, Measures: height 4 in. Mint condition. Very beautiful and high quality object
Description Group of (6) sterling silver accessories, to include: Tiffany pen with music note, marked, ''Tiffany & Co. .925 U.S.A''; pendant with mother of pearl inlay and chain; bird pin; keychain, monogrammed; and (2) chains. All marked. Total approximate weight 2.0 troy oz.
Since 1945, Henredon has created fine furnishings and accessories that are carefully designed to withstand time and trends. Functional but stylish, this sleek metal tray features a reverse hand-painted glass bottom. Sturdy metal rings give this eye-catching tray added sophistication.
Large American Sterling Silver Tray first quarter 20th century, by Howard & Co., New York, New York, of rounded rectangular form, with gadrooned gallery and reeded rim. 26" x 19-3/4"; 160.75 t. oz. Estimate $3,000-5,000
American, 20th century. Seven sterling dishes by various makers, featuring a Paul Revere Reproduction bowl by Gorham, a vegetable dish by Dominick & Haff, and a weighted creamer/sugar set by Revere Silversmiths, all marked for maker and STERLING; D & H dish ht. 2.25, lg. 10.5, wd. 6 in., total weighable silver wt. 24.880ozt (774g).
Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1887-1888Marks to all: (lion-anchor-G), , (date mark), 2-1/2 inches high (6.4 cm) (largest)2.27 troy ouncesFROM THE ESTATE OF JOHN O. ANTONELLI The match safe with a planished ground and repoussé tree to front, with crane to verso, match strike to bottom; the match safe with repoussé foliate and scroll pattern to either side, monogrammed to side, match strike to bottom; the match safe with acid etched floral pattern to either side, silver gilt to interior, match
New York, New York, circa 1885-1886Marks: 2-1/8 inches high (5.4 cm)1.00 troy ounceFrom the Estate of John O. Antonelli The match safe with a stylized monogrammed to the front, silver gilt to the interior, match strike to bottom.HID07601242017
London, 18th/20th century, fifteen forks, twenty-seven spoons; serving spoon, salad set, punch ladle, various makers including Crichton Brothers, no monograms, most 20th century, 67.22 oz. T., 4-7/8 in. to 12-1/4 in.
Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1898Marks: (lion-anchor-G), , (date mark)2-3/8 inches high (6.0 cm)0.63 troy ounceFROM THE ESTATE OF JOHN O. ANTONELLI The match safe with foliate border and repoussé scene of man golfing to front, with a pair of crossed golf clubs and ball to lid, monogrammed to verso, silver gilt interior, match strike to bottom.HID07601242017
Second half 20th century Each stamped: Gorham Sterling Designed 1895 by William C. Codman, comprising 9 hollow-handled knives (8.875"), 8 hollow-handled butter spreaders (6.25"), 7 forks (7"), 13 salad forks (6.5"), 6 cocktail/seafood forks (5.5"), 11 round bowl soup spoons (6.25"), 19 teaspoons (5.875"), 3 iced tea spoons (7.5"), 2 table/serving spoons (8.25"), 1 short-handled pickle/olive fork (5.625"), and 1 serving fork (7"), 80 pieces 72.975 oz. troy approximately
World-renowned architect Richard Meier expanded his company line to include upscale furniture designs. This silver X Base Bowl is shallow with a crossed plate X-base, elevating this simple design to one that is elegant and modern. The X-base bowl speaks to Meier's commitment to the Modernist movement.
American Sterling Silver Pastry Stand first quarter 20th century, by Redlich & Co, New York, New York, of circular saucer form with wide openwork rim of scrolling roses, raised on a circular foot., 2-1/4", dia, 11-1/2"; 29.66 t. oz. Estimate $700-1,000 Some light scratches/ kniofe marks on the plateau, but otherwise in quite good condition with no dents, breaks or repairs. Intricate detail with some wear to the relief.
Mario Buccellati, an exceptional Italian silver parrot on amethyst, circa 1970 Made in Milan Italy. Very fine quality and workmanship. Measures: 7.5″ high x 8″ wide x 10″ deep The only one known to be made. This is a true collectors piece and once in a lifetime opportunity to own an exquisite piece of Buccellati silver. Very good condition. Signed M. Buccellati, 925, Italy. Part of the silver furry animal collection that Buccellati produced and still produces today. Mario Buccellati, an exceptio
Good S. Kirk & Son Six-Piece Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Service ca. 1900, Baltimore, Maryland, including a kettle-on-stand, h. 14-3/4", l. 8-3/4", a coffeepot, h. 10-1/2", l. 9-1/2", a teapot, h. 9-1/2", l. 9-3/4", a cream jug, h. 5-7/8", l. 6", an open sugar urn, h. 6", w. 7-1/4", and a waste bowl, h. 4-1/2", dia. 5-1/2", each with an inverted pear-form body and waisted collar with invected base, arched handles and foot-ring en suite with the collar, the hinged, domed lids with floral toupi
From an E 70th St, Manhattan estate. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dens. Condition:, From an E 70th St, Manhattan estate. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dens. Est: $600.00 - $900.00
1806, London Stamped for William Bateman II The bone finial over a rounded rectangular body with gadrooned edge and chased decoration raised on ball feet, inscribed to body: Presented to John Holdaway / January 29th 1881 / The Completion of Fifty Years / Valuable Service in the Family / of / The Right Hon...ble/ Sir Edward Vaughan Williams 6.75" H x 10.5" W x 4.75" D 19.020 oz. troy approximately Notes: Sir Edward Vaughan Williams was a British judge known for his decisions in the cas
first item 26.5" overall, 19" blade. Silver handle heavily decorated with floral motifs. Blade has typical Indonesian pamor pattern with gold gilt naga on the hilt of both sides. Second item 22" overall, 13.5" blade. Silver handle is heavily decorated with vegetal motifs. Blade has a strong pamor pattern on upper half. Lower half of blade with gilded Arabic inscription. Scabbard is made out of wood covered with silver.
A large antique French silvered metal figure of polar bear, circa 1900 Very realistically sculpted. Very good quality. Measures: 8″ high x 19″ wide x 8″ deep Good condition. Ready to place. A large antique French silvered metal figure of polar bear, circa 1900, Very realistically sculpted. Very good quality. Measures: 8″ high x 19″ wide x 8″ deep, Good condition. Ready to place
Circa 1910 Stamped: Shreve & Co. San Francisco Sterling Designed 1909, the sauce boat adorned with applied floral swags and urn design over a pierced breakfront-form base together with a conformingly decorated underplate, 2 pieces Sauceboat: 5.25" H x 8.5" W x 3.5" D; Underplate: .75" H x 9.125" W x 7.325" D 20.240 oz. troy approximately
Includes a small scalloped edge Tiffany & Co. sterling bowl; a Cartier sterling porringer, no. 398; a Tiffany & Co. sterling pedestal bowl, no. 19845; and a Frank M. Whiting sterling pedestal cake plate, no. H111, "Adaptation of Paul Revere". Total approx. weight of all items is 37.12 troy oz. From a Manhattan, NY estate. Dimensions: small T&Co scalloped edge bowl measures approx. 4.125" diameter x 1.125" h. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents. Condition:, Include
American, 20th century, round bowl with flared rim, hammered finish, marks for Frederick J.R. Gyllenberg (Boston, Massachusetts, working 1900-1932), 3-1/2 x 9-5/8 in.; small pitcher, marks for Karl F. Leinonen, 5-1/2 in., 32.35 oz. T.
Moscow, Russia, circa 1848Marks: (AN-1848), , (city mark), (effaced), (import mark)2-1/4 h x 4-1/4 w x 7-3/4 d inches (5.7 x 10.8 x 19.7 cm)9.93 troy ounces The kovsh having pebbled ground and chased scrollwork throughout, gilt interior bowl and handle panel, marked to the underside bowl. HID07601242017
8.25" blade with 7" and 5" false edges. 14" overall length. Silver mounts skillfully engraved with scroll work, floral rosettes, and geometric patters throughout. Scabbard under throat and hilt ferrule shows Berber ram's head hallmark. Scabbard mounted on green braided cord.