- page:   3 Previous   1 5 8 11 14 15 16 17 18 26 34 42 48   Next 4  
Tobias Stoutenburgh colonial American tablespoon,
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2078   Sold


click for details
New York circa 1750, with round upturned end, spatulate midrib, long elliptical bowl and molded drop, length 7 3/4 inches, weight 1.72 oz. Troy.

There is slight tip wear from right handed use, a few minor insults to the bowl (including a scratch, reverse), and significant wear to the monogram "B / E * E". On the whole, however, this spoon presents itself well. To quote Quimby in American Silver at Winterthur, "Stoutenburgh left a small body of high quality work". Here is a chance to own... Click for details

Pair serving spoons by Thomas McConnell, Wilmington
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
662   $400.00


click for details
Early fiddle handle, c1815 -- slight pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, feathered script mono M P on front; 9" in length. Weight is 2 T oz. each. Condition is excellent.

Tablespoon by George Mitchell, Hannibal, MO, c1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
341   $100.00


click for details
Pinched-waist fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, script mono on front; 8-1/8" in length. Condition is fine. Mitchell is not listed in any of the books dedicated to Missouri silver. However, the 1860 census lists George Mitchell, age 41, as a jeweller, with a wife and 2 sons. Further, spoons have been collected which show both Mitchell's mark and his home town of Hannibal. Probably by this time, Sam Clemens would have moved east.

Pair tablespoons by George W.Cook, Boonville, MO
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
352   $100.00


click for details
Pinched-waist fiddle handle, c1850 -- pointed shoulders, feathered script mono S J L on front; 8-5/8" long, each weighs 50 grams. Condition of both is excellent.

Shell-bowl ladle by Schohay, Ludwig & Co., Phila
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
880   $275.00


click for details
Twist stem handle with end decorated in flower-like engraving and wrigglework, decoration carried over to front and back of bowl; 11-1/4" in length, a bit over 3 T oz. in weight. Condition is near-mint. Schohay, Ludwig is identified as the maker by the company's arrow mark, as shown in McGrew. S&L was a silver manufacturer, in business from 1867-73; note that this piece is marked COIN.

Rattail front-rib teaspoon by Philip Syng, Phil., c1740
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
101C   $650.00


click for details
Shaded block mono L * R on reverse; 4-7/16" in length. Some tipwear, otherwise in excellent condition.

Auctions click on pictures for all lots
Set of 6 dessert spoons by Lows, Ball, Boston, c1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
362   $360.00


click for details
Double-swell fiddle handle, script mono E M on reverse, 7-3/8" long. Heavy set of spoons, at just under 9 T. oz. Condition is near-mint. Also marked on back "Fine" (see pic).

BRIGHT CUT DESSERT SPOONS 8, John Gibbs, Providence RI
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
1135746   $675.00


click for details
Set of eight coin silver dessert spoons by John Gibbs, Providence, Rhode Island (c. 1785-1797), 7-5/8" long, full bowls, raised V drop, downturned pointed end handles with heavy bright cut decoration, including diamond cut cartouche and bellflower design down center and fine beading around oval cartouche and edges of handles, fancy feather script monogram "NLW" in cartouche, marked "J. GIBB" in rounded rectangular punch.

Soup ladle, circa 1800, by Joseph Richardson, Jr.
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4717   $1,600.00


click for details
Bright cut. Marked J(pellet)R three times. Double drop & chevron. Length 14". Weight 6-1/3 troy ounces. The monogram is a script SM and 1800, in a reserve on the top of the handle. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

6 spoons made for Nancy Mark of Columbus, OH, c1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
360   $100.00


click for details
Retailed by F.A. & L. Lesouereux of Columbus, made by Whiting Mfg. Co. -- forward tipt fiddle handle, sugarloaf shoulders, 5-1/2" long, 2.75 T oz. Mono on front in script is Nancy Mark. Condition, after 150 years, is excellent.

a fine Cape Silver master butter knife, Fredrik Waldek,
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2072   $425.00


click for details
double struck King's pattern with conforming hand chased double thread on blade and eleven lobed shell drop, length 7.5 inches or if you'd prefer 18.75 cm, weight 1.92 oz. Troy, a few minor scratches as shown in third enlargement but excellent overall condition, scarce.

We could only wish that it had a fine old family name but alas there is no engraving and happily no removal.

BASKET OF FLOWERS SUGAR TONGS, H. Hoyt, NYC
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
7290B   $175.00


click for details
Coin silver sugar tongs by Henry Hoyt of New York City (c. 1829-1836), 6" long, typical fiddle pattern with 8-lobed shell nips and chamfered shoulders, script monogram "LT" on bend, crisp Basket of Flowers on each arm, marked on one arm "HENRY HOYT" in rectangular punch and on other arm with three pseudo marks (bust, G and lion) and "D" incuse.

Birdback tsp by Lewis (Ludwig) Heck, Lancaster, PA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108Q   $300.00


click for details
Slender tapering pointed-end handle, c1790 --prominent reverse rib, block mono S * B on front; 5" in length. Condition of both bird and spoon is mint. Heck's bird is quite different from others; it's probably unique. The bird stands on a leafy branch, facing right with a leafy branch in its beak. All of its parts, feathers, etc., are intact.

Tablespoon by Whiting Mfg Co., Attleboro, MA, c1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
365   $45.00


click for details
Pinched-waist fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, script mono M A on front; 8-1/2" long, a bit over 1 T oz. Condition is excellent. Marked with Whiting lion, COIN and by the retailer, Bassett & Elliott. The pinched-wast fiddle originated in the Midwest, probably with the Kinsey boys or Duhme, yet examples by Whiting are fairly common. Why? One suggestion is that Whiting's manufacturing and sales organization could out-compete the local companies.

13 1/2" BASTING SPOON, Hotchkiss & Schreuder, Syracuse
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
7284   $275.00


click for details
Coin silver basting spoon by Hotchkiss & Schrueder of Syracuse, NY and retailed by John T. Fox of Rochester, NY (c. 1850), 13-3/8" long, 4" long bowl, no drop, chamferred shoulders, downturned fiddle handle tipt on back, Old English monogram "Woodworth" on front, marked "H&S" in circular and diamond punches and "John T. Fox." incuse.

Tablespoon by J.C. Hanna, New Castle, PA, c1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
361   $100.00


click for details
Forward-tipt fiddle handle, flared shoulders, old English mono M.M. on front; 8-1/2" in length. Condition is excellent. Cutten & Peacock, in their book, "Silversmiths of North Carolina," assumed that the N-C included in the maker's mark meant that Hanna was from NC. Not so, as it turns out.

- page:   3 Previous   1 5 8 11 14 15 16 17 18 26 34 42 48   Next 4  
   
Silver, Coin Silver, Flatware
18th Century
Early Patterns
Coffin-End
Fiddle-Handled

Oh look... Skytrackers!
(news, offers and more)


Articles of Interest


Visit TROCADERO
for fine antiques and art.

vintage postcard
"Hollywood Boulevard at Night".
vintage postcard. California, 1940s


 Directory (all items)Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware (753)  


Cyberattic collectibles and antiques online mall.

aVerVendicompany
enabling vibrant online markets ©2017


Collectibles and Antiques on CYBERATTIC. CYBERATTIC Home Page New listings for sale in the Rafters. Collectable and Antique Storefronts and Catalogs. Join the collectible dealers on Cyberattic.