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Circa 1860 Twist Handle Coin Silver Ladle with Double Spouts
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3765f   On Hold


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A rarity in terms of its age and form, this ladle measures 11" long and weighs approximately 2.5 T. oz.

Delicately scaled and with a distinguishing pouring spout on either side of the shell bowl, it is a true punch, or possibly bouillon, ladle, in contrast to the more common large soup or slightly smaller than that, oyster, of the period.

The stem is a solid tube with a twist at the upper end, which is broad, notched, and has an engraved and engine turned surface that includes a reserve... Click for details

Michael Gibney "Threaded" Coin Silver Flat Blade Fish Server
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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3760f   $175.00


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While a holder of a number of widely embraced, older, flatware design patents, and a substantial manufacturer, pieces that actually carry any of Michael Gibney's marks are not particularly common.

This large at 10 1/4" long, and weighty at 3.4 T. oz., fish server is one of those examples that is stamped with his three part "oval, circle, diamond" emblem, with (a rubbed) "MG" in the upper portion and the date "1845" within the diamond.

There is an added "B" in a square, along with an... Click for details

S.D. Brower & Son "Medallion" Coin Silver A. L. Vanderheyden Teaspoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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3758f   $28.00


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Sperry Douglas Brower, operating in business with his son Walter, was an Albany manufacturer of repute and substantial size. Examples of his work are readily found, although that is not the case with his circa 1864 "Medallion" pattern, as instances of it rarely surface.

This piece is a 5 7/8" long, just over .8 T. oz., teaspoon that features a right facing female figure.

The bowl is pointed and has a broad tip. The backside is plain except for "A.L. Vanderheyden," a name with regional... Click for details

Three Duhme & Co. Mid 1800s "Fiddle Tipt" Sterling Silver Teaspoons
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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3766f   $38.00


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Each of these three, matching, spoons is marked "Sterling," "925/1000," and "Duhme & Co.," for the premier 19th century Cincinnati firm founded by Herman Duhme in 1843.

Measuring 5 7/8" long and weighing 1.8 T. oz. the set, they are in a broad "Fiddle Tipt" pattern which is a characteristic design for the region, along with high, pointed shoulders off the bowls.

Never monogrammed, they are in choice condition, showing no wear, with well-shaped bowls that are free of dents, bends, or tip... Click for details

Early American marrow spoon, Thomas Grant, Marblehead
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2385   Inquire for Price


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Massachusetts circa 1790, length 6 1/8 inches, monogrammed MPH (?) in period script with flourishes, weight .42 oz Troy, excellent condition, please see third enlargement for mark.

Grant was a Colonel in the Revolutionary war, a shipowner, and a man of considerable wealth. His work is in the MFA and also at Old Deerfield.

an American silver wine trolley, Francis W. Cooper, NY circa 1850
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
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retailed by Palmer and Newcomb, length overall 23 1/2 inches, each coaster eight inches in diameter, gross weight 47 Troy ounces, engraved with an old English "m" and the crest of the Muir family (please see fourth photo). Overall condition is superb, though we will mention that the wooden inserts are later made but period accurate replacements.

Though we won't be so bold as to claim that it is unique, American silver wine trolleys from the mid 19th century are most certainly scarce.... Click for details

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Coin Silver Tuscan Pattern Long-Handled Condiment Spoon, 5 1/4", 15g
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20190127-03   Sold


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Offered is an American coin silver Tuscan pattern long-handled condiment spoon, with a gilt bowl and partly gilt handle, retailed by Harbottle & Smith, working in Auburn, NY circa 1850-67. This piece is engraved "Fay" for the original family; see my other listings for more flatware from the same service. This spoon measures about 5 1/4 inches in length and weighs about 15 grams. Condition is very good, with moderate wear from normal use, and no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a fine... Click for details

Set of Five Coin Silver Tuscan Pattern Teaspoons, 6", 131 Grams
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20190127-02   Sold


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Offered is a lovely set of five American coin silver teaspoons in the Tuscan pattern, retailed by Harbottle & Smith of Auburn, NY working circa 1850-67. Each teaspoon is engraved "Fay" for the original owners -see my other listings for more flatware from the same service. These teaspoons measure about six inches in length, and weigh a total of about 131 grams. Condition overall is good overall, with some tip wear and curling and minor marks from normal use over the years, but no major dents... Click for details

Pair of Coin Silver Tuscan Pattern Tablespoons, 8", 89 Grams
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20190127-01   Sold


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Offered is a nice pair of American coin silver table spoons in the Tuscan pattern, retailed by Harbottle & Smith, working in Auburn, NY circa 1850-67. These tablespoons are each engraved "Fay" for the original owning family; see my other listings for more flatware from the same service. These spoons measure about eight inches in length and weigh a total of 89 grams. Condition is fair overall, with one spoon having some shallow bumps to the bowl and a non-threatening fissure on the back of the... Click for details

Fine Set of Four Tuscan Pattern Coin Silver Table Forks, 7 5/8", 200g
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20190126-01   Sold


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Offered is a lovely set of four American coin silver table forks in the Tuscan pattern, retailed by Harbottle & Smith, working in Auburn, NY circa 1850-67. These forks are each engraved "Fay" for the original owning family; see my other listings for more flatware from the same service. The forks average about 7 5/8 inches in length and weigh a total of 200 grams. Condition is very good overall, with modest tine wear and a few marks from normal use over the years, but no dents, ripples, splits... Click for details

Horace Hinsdale, NYC, "Kings" Sterling Silver Serving Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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3756f   $58.00


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Born in 1782, Horace Seymour Hinsdale enjoyed a long working career in New York City, spanning nearly all of the first half of the 19th century.

Early associated with the partnership of Taylor and Hinsdale, this example stamped only "Hinsdale" and with a "lion, W, bust" pseudo hallmark that McGrew in Manufacturers' Marks on American Coin Silver attributes to Jacob Wood, dates it to the 1830s or early 1840s.

The piece is an 8 1/2" long, relatively heavy at nearly 2.2 T. oz., table... Click for details

Six Bigelow, Kennard & Co. "Beaded Antique" Sterling Silver Tea Knives
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3747f   $250.00


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Variously referred to as a tea, dessert, or breakfast knife, this flat handle, solid silver blade, form was employed during the middle of the 19th century, supplanted in the later 19th century by hollow handle knives such are still in use today.

This grouping, dating circa 1865, each measures 7 3/4" long, with the six combined weighing a relatively heavy 9.6 T. oz.

Stamped "Bigelow, Kennard & Co." for the prominent Boston firm, and "925" for sterling, these have a form of "Bead" pattern... Click for details

Henry Hebbard (Whiting) "Mask" Coin Silver Mustard Ladle
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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3744f   $65.00


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A pattern developed by New York City's Henry Hebbard, "Mask" eventually became a standard line offered by Whiting.

This 5 1/4" long, just over .6 T. oz., mustard ladle is an early production piece marked "H.H." for Hebbard, "Patent 1859," "5," and with the name of the retailer, New York's "A. Rumrill & Co."

A period piece with gadroon and leaf detailing similar to "Armor" by Hebbard's sometimes partner John Polhamus, and another kindred pattern by contemporaneous John Wendt, Hebbard's... Click for details

Andrew Warner ONSLOW variant mustard spoon
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2381   $90.00


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Baltimore circa 1860, length five inches, weight .52 Troy ounces, no monogram, excellent condition. Please see third photo for mark. Gilding appears to be original but there is no way to know this, for sure.

This pattern is not common in American silver of the 19th century.

Applied "Medallion" Coin Silver Sardine Fork
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3741f   On Hold


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Marked "Coin" and with the number "4," but without a maker's identifier, this particular 1860s "Medallion" pattern is illustrated in D. Albert Soeffing's benchmark Silver Medallion Flatware within a grouping that he classifies as "naive" or "primitive."

Soeffing shows a sugar sifter, while this is a 6 1/4" long, just over .8 T. oz., sardine fork.

The "Medallion" is cast and applied, portraying in this case a right facing female figure surrounded by engraved detailing, and on the... Click for details

Ball, Black & Co. "Tuscan" Large Coin Silver Pierced Blade Pie Server
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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3729f   $165.00


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As stated by Dorothy Rainwater in her Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers, New York's Ball, Black & Co. (1851 successors to Ball, Tompkins & Black) "was the leading jewelry house in the nation prior to the rise of Tiffany & Co."

The firm was the favored outlet of numerous manufacturers, including Michael Gibney who was the producer of this large, 10 1/8" long, heavy at 3.5 T. oz., pie server in the "Olive" variant "Tuscan" pattern, which design later became associated with... Click for details

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