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PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, Garrett Eoff, NYC (c 1830)
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
7306   $1,250.00


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Coin silver water pitcher by Garrett Eoff, New York City (c. 1830), 8" tall to top of handle, 7-1/4" to top of lip, 7-1/2" long from handle to spout, 4" diameter of base, apple-shaped body with short neck and wide pouring spout, applied band of flowers and leaves around lip, matching gadrooned band around neck and circular flat base, hollow S-shaped handle with thumb grip (few minor dents at top), feather script inscription "Presd by the Jeffn. Co. Agri Socy" on front (shows some wear), marked... Click for details

Teaspoon marked B.B in rectangle, c.1810
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4920   $75.00


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Bright cut, pointed end, downturned handle, V drop, not tipt. Maker's mark is near end of handle. Length 5-3/8". The monogram is a block H/EM. Overall condition is good (some tip wear); mark condition is excellent.

6 Tablespoons by Stephen Emery, Boston, c.1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4922   $750.00


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Bright cut, downturned handles, rounded end, slightly tipt, drop. Length 8-1/2"; weight 2.2 troy ounces each. Overall condition ranges from excellent to very good; mark condition is very good.

Tablespoon by John Burger, NYC, c.1800
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4919   $130.00


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Oval end, downturned handle, bright cut, drop,tipt on back. Mark is Burger in a rectangle and the bust of a bird looking to viewer's right. Length is 9-1/4". Weight 1.8 troy ounces. Overall condition is good (some tip wear); mark condition is fair (bird excellent).

Joab Gillett coin silver tablespoon, Cazenovia regional
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2089   Sold


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interest.

Readers of our little web page know that there's not much coin silver flatware here-- that is, pieces made between 1825 and 1868 in the good old U.S. of A. Why? Because most of it was thin, mass produced, and of inferior quality. Indeed, the majority of what we now see was made in New York, Boston or Philly and simply stamped with local marks.

But then again there are items such as this spoon by Joab Gillett of Cazenovia, a man who did actually work as a silversmith, which... Click for details

Tobias Stoutenburgh colonial American tablespoon,
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2078   Sold


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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

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

Hampton Galleries  
1135746   $675.00


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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.

18th CENTURY BEAKER, High Wishart, NYC (c. 1795-1800)
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Hampton Galleries  
7289A   $650.00


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Early coin silver beaker by Hugh Wishart of New York City (c. 1795-1800), 3-1/2" tall, 3-1/8" wide at rim, 2-5/8" wide at base, hand raised from single sheet of silver, fine reeded incising at rim, no monogram, marked "WISHART" in rectangular punch.

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

Gebelein  
4717   $1,600.00


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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.

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

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2072   $425.00


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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.

FISH SLICE, John Goodhue, Jr., Salem, MA (c. 1822-1855)
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
7288A   $265.00


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Coin silver fish slice by John Goodhue, Jr. of Salem, Massachusetts (c.1822-1855), 12-3/8" long, 6-1/8" long asymmetrical slice with upturned scalloped edge on top, blade with pierced crescents and oval design, chamfered shoulders, arching fiddle handle tipt on top, no monogram, marked "J.GOODHUE" in rounded rectangular punch

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

Hampton Galleries  
7290B   $175.00


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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.

RARE SNUFFER TRAY, AE Warner, Baltimore, MD (1830)
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Hampton Galleries  
7283B   $1,250.00


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Very rare snuffer tray by A. E. Warner of Baltimore, Maryland (c. 1830-1840), 9-5/16" long by 4-1/8" wide, raised sides are wider at ends and narrower at sides, applied scalloped bands around edges with diamond points where tapers, crest of sitting lion with outstretched arms holding pear-shaped jug in center of tray, marked on bottom "A. E. WARNER" in long rectangular punch over "11" in octagonal punch.

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

Hampton Galleries  
7284   $275.00


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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.

8 Teaspoons by Saunders Pitman, Providence,c.1803
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4896   $775.00


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Coffin end, length 6-1/4", lengthwise script monogram ER. Overall and mark condition are excellent (bowl tips near mint).

coin silver Shell pattern basting spoon,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2047   $125.00


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Rand and Crane, length 11 5/8 inches, weight 3.98 oz. Troy, monogrammed "M" (obverse, old English), excellent condition with button on reverse. The shell appears to be applied rather than die-struck, but little else is remarkable about this spoon aside from the price, which we deem to be quite reasonable.

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