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Southern basket-of-flowers tongs by Gale & Hayden, 1846
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

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667   $350.00


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Fiddle arms with flared shoulders, oval nips, feathered script mono L H A on bend; 6-1/4" in length. Good weight. Condition is excellent. Marked on one arm G&H -- Gale, who manufactured the piece in NYC, and Hayden, who retailed the piece in Charleston, SC. Marked on the other arm with the date of manufacture -- 1846.

Early Gorham Coin Pompeii Forks (4)
Silver

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X12234   $250.00


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The Classical elements of Gorham's Pompeii pattern – volutes, acanthus, anthemion – are as crisp as when they were new, with no heel, knife, or stacking scratches. Amazing that these four dinner-size (7.5 inch) forks could have survived over 150 years with no monogram! They were likely made in the year the pattern was introduced (1868) because they are coin (Gorham phased out coin silver in 1868) and they have 'Patent Applied For' which assures an early production. Weight is 212 grams.

Pr Hanoverian tablespoons by Ebenezer Austin, c1760-70
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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102N   $2000.00


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Austin worked first in Boston and then in Hartford. After 250 years, this pair is still in near-mint condition. They have a short front rib, with startingly crisp 11-lobe shell drops on the bowl backs. Mono on reverse of handle in block letters: L over W.A. Length is 7-7/8". Bowl tips unworn, excellent condition throughout.

Hanoverian tablespoon by Henricus Boelen II, NYC, c1750
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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102D   $1250.00


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Deep rib on handle front, molded drop on bowl back, block mono D over M * M on reverse; 7-3/4" in length. Excellent condition, mark still crisp.

Hanoverian tablespoon by Charles Hall, Lancaster, PA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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102A   $1250.00


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Long forward rib on handle front, c1765 -- molded drop on bowl back, shaded block mono D over R M on reverse; 8-3/16" in length. Condition is excellent, just a shade of tipwear, and two good crisp marks -- C (pellet) H. (See Gerstell for discussion of Hall's work.)

MARROW SCOOP, J & I Cox, New York City, (c 1817-53)
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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7197A   $725.00


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Early coin silver marrow scoop by J & I Cox, New York City (c. 1817-1853), 9-3/8", 3" wider scoop on one side and 3" narrow scoop on other side, large feather script monogram "AW" on front of center bar, marked "J & I.COX" in rectangular punch with three pseudo marks (crown, G and lion passant) on middle bar.

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Hanoverian teaspoon by Nathaniel Bartlett, Concord
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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101G   $350.00


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Short front rib, c1760 -- 7-lobe shell drop on bowl back, block mono A S on reverse of handle; 4-1/4" long. One or two teething marks in bowl, otherwise overall condition is excellent.

New Mark: Ellis Baily, Uniontown, PA, c1830
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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398   Sold


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Ellis worked with his brother William. You can find him listed in Whisker and on the internet at American Silversmiths. The mark shown here -- E. Baily in script -- is heretofore unknown, at least to us. This pair of teaspoons have downturned fiddle handles with pointed shoulders. The mono is R B in a feathered script. Length is 5-5/8". Condition is near-mint, extended bowl tips unworn.

Hanoverian tablespoon by Gideon Myrick, Barnstable, MA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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102L   $750.00


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Prominent front rib, c1760 -- drop on bowl back, block mono A over G * R on reverse of handle; 7-3/4" in length. Bit of wear on bowl tip, otherwise condition is fine.

Hanoverian tablespoon by Nicholas VanRensselaer, c1760
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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102F   $1750.00


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VanRensselaer was probably working in Albany when he made this spoon. (He later worked in NYC.) It has a short front rib, and has a tongue and double-molded drop on the bowl back, which is perhaps unique (see pic); mono on reverse is E over I (device) V in shaded block letters. Length is 8-1/8". Condition on this 250-year-old spoon is near mint, bowl tip unworn.

Front-rib tsp by Peter Lupp, New Brunswick, NJ, c1770
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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101F   $350.00


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Short rib on handle front, drop on bowl back, block mono VD over H E on reverse (see pic). Length is 4-5/8". As shown, front of handle has a series of shallow dings, cause unknown; even so, however, condition is deemed excellent.

Rattail Hanoverian tsp by Joseph Clark, Boston, c1740
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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101E   $375.00


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Deep front rib, block mono M S on reverse, 4" in length. Some tipwear on bowl and a few teething marks. Good clear mark (see pic).

Hanoverian teaspoon by William Gowen, Charlestown, MA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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101D   $325.00


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Deep front rib, c1770 -- crisp ll-lobe shell drop on the bowl back, block mono E B on reverse, 4-5/8" long. Touch of tipwear, otherwise in fine condition.

Set of 12 18thC serving spoons by Samuel Bowne Jr.
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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105F   $2400.00


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Oval-end handle, c1790 -- pointed arch drop, reverse tipt, ornate feathered script mono L M on front. Length is 9-3/8". Combined weight is 22+ T oz. Condition is excellent, extended bowl tips unworn. Bowne worked in Middletown Twp., NJ, and NYC, from 1778-1818.

18thC fiddlethread tongs by Beriah Chittenden, c1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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104F   $300.00


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When these tongs were made, Chittenden was working in New Haven. The tongs have cast extensions on the fiddlethread arms, ending in shell nips (see pic); there is a feathered script mono A T R on the bend. Length of the tongs is 5-3/4". Condition throughout is excellent. Mark is B C, struck on both arms. It may be found in Hammerslough's tome on Connecticut silver.

Birdback serving spoon by James Black, Phila.
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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108C   $350.00


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Oval-end handle, c1800 -- feathered script mono T H C on front; 8-1/2" long. This spoon is also marked IWG for John Ward Gethen, also of Philly, which presents a bit of a puzzle. Both Black and Gethen were silversmiths, the first starting his career in 1795, the latter in 1811. It could be that Gethen added the piece to his inventory and sold it out of his shop. The spoon is in excellent condition, the extended bowl tip unworn. The bird is lightly struck, but all of its parts seem to be... Click for details

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