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6 Teaspoons marked D.B. Miller, Boston, c. 1840's
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Gebelein  
5307   $75.00


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Downturned fiddle, rounded fins, tipt on back. Mark is D.B.MILLER in a rectangle. Length 5-3/4" Weight of 6=2-1/2 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition excellent. Mark condition good-excellent.

C.E. Keyser, Leipzig, 800 Standard Silver Wine Caddy or Plate
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Old Friends  
3069f   $75.00


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Dating from around the turn of the 20th century, this item measures 6" across and weighs 3.1 T. oz. Flat bottomed, it has an upraised, 1" wide, bowed and scalloped edge rim that is embossed with a repeating acanthus leaf and gadroon motif.

This is high fashion and complimented by a fancy leaf style lettered "EGD" monogram.

It could be a plate or equally serve as a wine caddy, of a size that could accommodate either a 750 ml or 1.5 liter bottle.

It is stamped on the underside for... Click for details

Gale Wood & Hughes "Fiddle Thread" Embellished Coin Silver Place Spoon
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Old Friends  
3064f   $48.00


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Measuring 8 1/4" long, and weighty at 1.9 T. oz., this tablespoon in today's usage, would have been a place piece in its 1833-45 period according to one source, 1841-45 to another.

Marked "G.W & H" and with "bust" and "eagle" pseudo hallmarks, it was made by the firm of Gale, Wood and Hughes, one of the numerous partnerships that New York City's William Gale established.

The pattern is a "Fiddle Thread," aka "French Thread," and in this regard not much to be distinguished from other good... Click for details

I. Reed & Son, Philadelphia, "Reverse Tipt" Coin Silver Teaspoon
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Old Friends  
3059f   $18.00


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In her work on Philadelphia silversmiths, Catherine Hollan indicates I[saac] Reed & Son may represent a partnership with "Osmond," 1830-40, or "G. Washington," 1844-53.

The "Reverse Tipt" design on the handle of this 5 1/2" long, not quite .5 T. oz., teaspoon which carries this mark, suggests the earlier years.

The piece presents in a diminutive manner that in its delicacy is appealing. It has a broad handle end, with high, beveled "fins" off the join with the bowl.

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Stieff "Williamsburg Queen Anne" Sterling Silver Cold Meat Fork
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Old Friends  
3058f   $95.00


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Marked on the reverse "Stieff - Sterling" and with an oval emblem with a "CW" inside it, this fork was one in a line of reproduction silver made for and sold exclusively by Colonial Williamsburg.

The pattern is "Queen Anne" which has a broad rounded end, upturned handle, narrow stem, and a mid rib. The backside is plain, save for the marks.

This piece is a four-tine cold meat fork that measures 8 1/2" long and weighs a robust 2.3 T. oz.

It was never monogrammed and is in excellent... Click for details

Early (c. 1760-80) Coin Silver Spoon with Maker's Mark BB (Perhaps)
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170311-24   $27.50


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Offered is a very early early (circa 1760-80) American coin silver tea or coffee spoon that appears to have a maker's mark of BB, for which there would be several candidates. This piece measures about 4 1/2 inches in length and weighs about 10 grams. This spoon has some condition issues in that there is a fissure on the front stem from the stress of where the maker's mark was struck, and the spoon has been buffed. There are also some planishing marks visible on the end of the underside of the... Click for details

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Good Philadelphia Coin Silver Dessert Spoon by Samuel A. Mansfield
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170311-21   $32.50


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Offered is a very good American coin silver dessert spoon bearing the maker's mark or retailer's mark of Samuel A. Mansfield (born 1826 in Delaware, died 1907 in Philadelphia), who probably apprenticed under Thomas Megear of Wilmington, DE and Philadelphia, and who was living with Megear in 1850. This spoon may date to around that period as the STANDARD mark used on this spoon is from a die owned by Megear. Mansfield later moved in with his brother and was working as a watchmaker, silversmith,... Click for details

Wreath Pattern Coin Silver Teaspoon Marked by Lewis Ladomus
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170311-17   $11.50


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Offered is a Philadelphia coin silver teaspoon bearing the die-struck wreath decoration pioneered and probably controlled by the Fries family of silversmiths, but occasionally seen on spoons bearing the marks of other Philadelphia firms. This one is marked by Lewis Ladomus and probably dates to the 1850s. This piece measures just under 6 inches in length and weighs about 16 grams. Condition is poor in that the bowl has a split (see pictures) and is out of round. However, given the decoration... Click for details

Coin Silver Teaspoon by Samuel Richards and John Curry of Philadelphia
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170311-08   $19.75


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Offered is a nice coin silver tea spoon retailed by noted silversmith Samuel Richards of Philadelphia, and given the floret mark used by John Curry, probably manufactured by him. This piece has good clear marks and a period engraved "MMG" script monogram. It measures about 6 inches in length and weighs about 20 grams. Condition is fair, with some tip wear and a dent to the bowl, but no splits or repairs. All in all a good example of these marks!

Baltimore Coin Silver Teaspoon Ca. 1822-40 by Christopher Wynn
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170307-02   $13.75


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Offered is an American coin silver spoon bearing the maker's mark of Baltimore silversmith Christopher Wynn, working 1822-83 in that city. This spoon is one of the hatched marks made by a specific die-sinker in that city in the 1820s or so, and the spoon probably dates to no later than 1840. It bears a good clear maker's mark and a period engraved script monogram. This piece measures about 5 7/8 inches in length and weighs about 14 grams. Condition is fair at best as the bowl is out of round... Click for details

Philadelphia Coin Silver Teaspoon by Samuel Hutchinson Ca. 1828-39
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170306-01   $22.50


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Offered is a good American coin silver tea spoon by Philadelphia silversmith Samuel Hutchinson, working in that city circa 1828-39. This teaspoon bears a clear, well-struck maker's mark for Hutchinson, and in this case he was probably the retailer rather than the maker as the spoon also has a floret mark used by John Curry and was probably made by Curry. Like many pieces made by Curry, this has good weight and balance. It measures about 5 7/8 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. This... Click for details

Excellent Heavy Coin Silver Fiddlethread Pattern Dessert Spoon
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170305-02   $35.00


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Offered is an excellent American coin silver dessert spoon in the fiddlethread or fiddle and thread pattern, bearing the maker's mark of Lows, Ball & Co., circa 1840. This piece measures about 6 7/8 inches in length and weighs a heavy 46 grams or so. It is engraved with a period script monogram to the reverse. Condition is excellent, with modest wear from normal use but no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a good piece in a desirable pattern and a useful and scarce size!

Good Philadelphia Coin Silver Spoon by Edward Lownes circa 1818-34
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170304-12   $27.50


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Offered is a good early American coin silver teaspoon by noted Philadelphia silversmith Edward Lownes (1792-1834), who was prolific and accomplished in his short life. This fiddle pattern teaspoon is large for its type at about 6 1/4 inches in length and about 24 grams in weight. It bears a well-executed period engraved script monogram and a very clear maker's mark. It also has a floret pseudo-hallmark used by John Curry, who could have been the manufacturer of this piece. This piece is in... Click for details

Pair Wood & Hughes "Tipt" Coin Silver Table Serving Spoons
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Old Friends  
3012f   $85.00


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Dating from the mid 19th century, this matching pair of spoons are early production items from the New York City firm of Wood & Hughes.

A simple but well-executed "Tipt" pattern, they show the modest beginnings of a manufacturer which later produced some of the most elaborate designs of its time.

Each of these measures 8 3/4" long and has a feathered script "MAP" monogram set sideways on the handle. The pair weigh 2.8 T. oz.

They are in very good condition. Free of polishing wear,... Click for details

Ram's head coin silver sauce ladle
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2238   $225.00


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length 7 5/8 inches, weight 1.84 Troy ounces, monogrammed as shown in second enlargement, gilt bowl, outstanding original condition. Concerning the engraving, both the quality of design and the execution are far above average.

Marked only "coin," back in the day we would have hastened to read through many musty issues of "Silver Magazine" in order to find the maker of this fine ladle, but now, in our dotage, we will leave this task to you, dear reader.

Delaware or Pennsylvania Coin Silver Teaspoon by William F. Robinson
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20170206-01   $35.00


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Offered is a very scarce example of the work of Delaware silversmith and clockmaker William F. Robinson (b. 1810 - d. 1849), who worked briefly in Philadelphia in the 1830s, and then spent the last decade of his life working in Wilmington. Silver bearing his mark is uncommon. This teaspoon bears a rubbed but legible maker's mark of W.F.ROBINSON in a rectangular punch, and has an engraved period script monogram. It measures about 6 3/16 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. Condition is... Click for details

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