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Sugar tongs by J.Sayre, NY, circa 1800
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Gebelein  
4973   $195.00


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Bright cut. Name mark on one arm, bird facing to viewer's left on the other. Length 6". Weight 1 troy ounce. The monogram on the bow is a script JMC. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Gravy ladle by Charles Babbitt;Taunton,MA, circa 1810
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Gebelein  
4986   $175.00


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Coffin end. Length 7-1/4" Weight 1 troy ounce. The monogram is a script DTP. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Out-sized fish set by R & W Wilson, Phila, c1840
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
869   $2750.00


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In the beaded-edge pattern -- 14-1/2" blade in shape of fish and 13-1/2" fork with 2-3/4" tines. Weight is a hefty 12.5 T oz. Condition is near-mint throughout. This set is suitable for serving salmon, sturgeon, and perhaps a big-muddy catfish with a minimum weight of 20 pounds.

6 TABLESPOONS, Daniel Van Voorhis, Princeton, NJ/NYC
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Hampton Galleries  
7135D   $675.00


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Rare set of six tablespoons by Daniel Van Voorhis, Princeton, New Jersey and New York City (c.1780-1800), 8-3/4" long, full bowls, broad drop, downturned oval end handle, script monogram "WEH" on front, marked "D.V.VOORHIS" in rectangular punch with eagle in diamond punch (mark (a) in Belden).

PAIR TWIST HANDLE TEASPOONS, Bingham & Co.-Indianapolis
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Hampton Galleries  
6892B   $65.00


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Beautiful pair of twist handle teaspoons retailed by Bingham & Co., Indianapolis, Indiana and probably made by Duhme & Co. (c. 1860), 5-3/8" and 5-1/2", full French tipt bowls, twist handles with roulettework bright cut design around throat and perimeter of handle, additional bright cut at top and bottom of handle, Old English monogram "MLD" on front, marked "BINGHAM & CO" incuse.

PAIR DESSERT SPOONS, Duhme & Co., Cincinnati (c. 1850)
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Hampton Galleries  
6892A   $120.00


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Beautiful pair of twist handle dessert spoons by Duhme & Co., Cincinnatti, Ohio (c. 1850), 6-7/8" long, full French tipt bowls, twist handles with roulettework bright cut design around throat and perimeter of handle, additional bright cut at top and bottom of handle, Old English monogram "MLD" on front, marked "DUHME" in banner punch.

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Beaded-edge shell-bowl serving spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
871   $175.00


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Made by Gorham, PATENT 1861, retailed by D.C. Jaccard, St. Louis (see pic) -- gold-washed bowl, script mono Silver Wedding on front; 8-1/2" long. Condition is excellent throughout.

Jenny Lind fish slice by Albert Coles, NYC, c1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
872   $425.00


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Pierced blade engraved with styllized scrolls, feathered script mono J E H on hollow handle. Length is 12-18". Weight is 137 grams. One dent on reverse of handle, otherwise condition is fine.

Connecticut BIRDBACK tsp -- Robert Fairchild, Durham
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108S   $350.00


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Featheredged oval-end handle, c1780 -- reverse tipt, shaded block mono M P on front; 4-7/8" in length. New England birdbacks are rarely seen, CT even rarer, Fairchild being the only CT maker with his mark on a birdie that we've seen. Condition of the spoon is excellent. One wishes that Master Fairchild had exercised a bit more exuberance when striking the bird, but, as they say, it is what it is, which ain't bad.

Tablespoon by Ezekiel Burr, Providence, circa 1810
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Gebelein  
4937   $200.00


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Pointed end, bright cut, incised V drop. Length 9-1/2". Weight 1-2/3 troy ounces. The monogram is a script EB in a cartouche. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (very slight tip wear).

FEDERAL DESSERT SPOONS-10, Isaac Hutton, Albany, c.1790
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Hampton Galleries  
7324B   $575.00


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A set of ten early Federal dessert spoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York (c.1790-1800), 6-7/8" long, full bowls, incised V drop, downturned oval end handle with bright cut design down center and making oval cartouche, no monogram in cartouche, marked "HUTTON" in a rectangular punch with an eagle punch.

Set of 4 serving spoons by Green Hall, Albany, c1815
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North Hill Antiques  
897   $200.00


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Retailed by Nehemiah Bassett, also of Albany -- downturned fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, incised pointed arch drop, feathered script mono C V A on front; 9" in length; each weighs 40 grams. Bird mark, as show in pic, is attributed by McGrew to Green Hall.

Pair Hanoverian rattail coffee spoons
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
101B   $1500.00


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Made by Edward Lang, Salem, Mass., c1770, for Susanna Bernon (1716-1802), the daughter of a prominent Hugenot family. Her initials and name are inscribed on the backs of the handles (see pic). The spoons themselves are in excellent condition, with a deep front rib. Length is 5-5/8".

Birdback teaspoon by Joseph Lownes, Phila., c1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108R   $300.00


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Crisp spread-wing bird on back of bowl, oval-end handle, feathered script mono H C on front; 5-1/4" long. Condition is near-mint -- both spoon and bird.

Sheaf-of-FLAX cold meat fork by Gebelein
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

North Hill Antiques  
1014   $125.00


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In the 1930s, Gebelein was commissioned to design a pattern based on the classic Sheaf-of-Wheat, but unique: a Sheaf-of-Flax. Only a few pieces were produced. This cold meat fork is 6-1/4" long and weighs a hefty 36 grams. It is in mint condition. Several other pieces remain in our collection.

Set of 6 beaded-edge forks by Gale & Son, NYC, 1855
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

North Hill Antiques  
477   $250.00


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Luncheon forks, 7" in length, feathered script mono RMLM on front, RMW on reverse. Weight is 278 grams, just shy of 9 T oz. Condition is excellent. (Other beaded-edge flatwear available.)

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