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engine turned & hand engraved napkin ring "Mathilde"
Silver : Sterling : Smalls

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1715   $250.00

engine turned & hand engraved napkin ring
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with oak leaves and acorns, height and diameter both approximately 1 3/4 inches, weight 1.8 oz Troy, fine condition, marked only "S 620" but according to a Very knowledgeable fellow, the work of Wood and Hughes.

Goblet by Tifft&Whiting; N. Attleboro,MA;circa 1865
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Gebelein  
4590   $680.00

Goblet by Tifft&Whiting; N. Attleboro,MA;circa 1865
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Also marked Pure Silver Coin. Floral repousse, on pedestal base, fine beading around top and base. Height 4-3/4". Mouth diameter 3"; base diameter 2-3/8". Weight 3-1/2 troy ounces. The presentation inscription is: Presented to/Alice A.Wood/by the "infant class" of/Globe Village S.School/Aug.20th 1865. This is Globe Village, MA, a mill town. Alice A. Wood is almost certainly the one born in 1848 and who appears in the Federal census every decade from 1850 through 1900 in Upton, MA, which is 33... Click for details

MASTER SAUCE BOAT, Lows Ball & Co., Boston (1840-46)
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Hampton Galleries  
7059A   $1,350.00

MASTER SAUCE BOAT, Lows Ball & Co., Boston (1840-46)
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Coin silver master sauce boat, Lows, Ball & Co., Boston, Massachusetts (.1840-1846), 6-3/16" long bowl (6-15/16" over handle), 5-1/4" tall to top of handle, 4-1/4" tall at spout, large deep bowl with narrow pouring spout, scalloped rim, three 11-lobed shell feet with large 12-lobed shell terminals, heavy cast S-shaped handle with acanthus leaf grip, Old English monogram "L" over "F + S" on one side of body and lion head crest on other side, script inscription "From H. J. July 20th 1848."... Click for details

Pair of julep cups (beakers), mid-19th C.
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Gebelein  
4566   $575.00

Pair of julep cups (beakers), mid-19th C.
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One appears to be marked with a single letter on the bottom but I can't read it. Applied top and base rims with fine beading. Height 3-1/2". Mouth diameter 3". Base diameter 2-1/2". Weight of the pair is 6.65 troy ounces. The script monogram is EFGS on both pieces. Overall condition is excellent.

Coin WATER PITCHER, Jones Shreve Brown & Co. (1854)
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Hampton Galleries  
6792B   $1,295.00

Coin WATER PITCHER, Jones Shreve Brown & Co. (1854)
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Coin silver water pitcher, Jones Shreve Brown & Co., Boston (c.1854), 10" tall to top of handle, 8-1/2" to top of lip, 4-5/16" diameter of base, pear-shaped body with large beading around lip, thin arching pouring spout, hollow S-shaped handle, no monogram, stepped pedestal foot, marked underneath JONES, SHREVE, BROWN & CO." incuse on one side of center point and "PURE COIN" and "BOSTON" in rectangular punches on the other side, while many larger pitchers weigh too much when full, this pitcher... Click for details

Toast rack by J.B.Jones&Co., Boston, 1838
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Gebelein  
4535   $2,850.00

Toast rack by J.B.Jones&Co., Boston, 1838
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Marked "Pure Silver Coin". Holds 8 slices (9 wires). Carrying handle, 4 ball feet. Length 6-3/4", width (of wires) 4-1/2", height to top of handle 6-1/2". Weight 10-3/4 troy ounces (heavy). Overall and mark condition are excellent. A truly "museum quality" piece. A rare form in American silver; works well for holding letters/envelopes on a desk, or for its original use for toast.

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Child's cup by Curry&Preston, Philadelphia, circa 1829
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Gebelein  
4519   $430.00

Child's cup by Curry&Preston, Philadelphia, circa 1829
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Chased floral design all around. Single scroll handle. Marked CURRY&PRESTON in a serrated rectangle. Height of handle 4-1/8"; of body 3-1/2". Diameter of mouth 3-1/4"; of base 2-1/8". Weight 5-1/4 troy ounces (relatively heavy). The monogram on the front in a reserve is a script M.C.P./July 23rd/1829. Script monograms on the bottom: Katharine Shippen Dunn/23rd July 1904/from her Grandmother/M.C.Shippen; Katharine Shippen Kramer/7th May 1937. Mark condition is excellent; overall condition is... Click for details

Coin Silver Tea Set, Boston, ca. 1846-52
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Everything Silver  
EB0399-105   $2,100.00

Coin Silver Tea Set, Boston, ca. 1846-52
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Three piece tea set by Jones, Ball & Poor of Boston, ca. 1846-52. Cast finials in the form of a flower. Very nice form. The base of the tea pot and creamer have old repairs, probably with lead, that have been covered with silver plate. These do show upon close inspection, but are not immediately noticeable. The set otherwise is in excellent condition. No engraving.

Punch strainer by Garret Eoff, first quarter of 19th C.
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Gebelein  
4466   $1,360.00

Punch strainer by Garret Eoff, first quarter of 19th C.
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Handle clips on side of bowl. Strainer piercing is of a 6-petal flower plus circles between. Diameter 4". Weight 2.6 troy ounces. The monogram is a script C on the handle. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Covered shaving mug with brush compartment;Phila;2Q19C.
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Gebelein  
4461   $2,500.00

Covered shaving mug with brush compartment;Phila;2Q19C.
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Marked twice on bottom R&W.WILSON in rectangle; also the letter P twice incuse. Attached rectangular compartment with 5/8" round hole through side of mug near bottom into compartment, to allow liquid from shaving brush to flow into the mug. Domed cover with applied bird finial. Applied decorative bands near the top and the bottom of the body; two rows of molded banding around the mug . Single scroll handle. Height of handle 5-1/2"; of body 4-3/4". Diameter of mouth and base 3-1/8". Weight 10-1/2... Click for details

W. Gale Coin Silver 3 Piece Tea Set
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Everything Silver  
NY099-01   Sold

W. Gale Coin Silver 3 Piece Tea Set
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Coin silver tea set by William Gale of NYC c. 1816-1827. Gale worked c. 1816-1866 but always with another or others after 1827 and with a joint mark as far as I can determine, thus the attribution to 1816-27. The pieces are engraved on the right hand side with a "W' in script, but the monograms are quite rubbed. The base of the teapot has an old repair with silver solder which is barely noticeable. A very nice set.

Hand-raised pap boat from Boston
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

North Hill Antiques  
791   $550.00

Hand-raised pap boat from Boston
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Made by Haddock, Lincoln & Foss, c1850 - typical boat form with reeded band applied at rim; script presentation at rear: ERC/from/SCS; 4-1/2" long x 2-3/4" wide. Condition is excellent throughout, including the planishing marks inside. This is a fine replication of a classic 18thC form.

Pair of open salts by Wood&Hughes, NY
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Gebelein  
4265   $260.00

Pair of open salts by Wood&Hughes, NY
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On molded pedestal base. Handles. Height 2-1/4". Diameter: maximum 3", top 2-1/4", base 1-7/8". The monogram is a script G B. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Two salt/pepper shakers in form of small bird
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Gebelein  
2499/2553   $195.00

Two salt/pepper shakers in form of small bird
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Not literally a pair (different makers) but virtually identical. One is Continental and the other English. Length 1-5/8"; width 1-1/8"; height 1-1/2". Weight of 2 is a little under 2 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition is excellent; mark condition is very good.

RARE TEAPOT STAND, John Wolf Forbes, NYC (1800-10)
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Hampton Galleries  
6830H   $995.00

RARE TEAPOT STAND, John Wolf Forbes, NYC (1800-10)
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Rare coin silver teapot stand, John Wolf Forbes, New York City (c. 1800-1810), 6-5/8" long by 5-1/8" wide by 1" tall, strepped rim, on four teardrop shaped feet, marked "I.W.FORBES" in rectangular punch three times under rim (mark (c) in Belden) with sheaf of wheat pseudo marks.

Child's cup by Tucker;San Francisco,CA; ca. 3rd Q.19C.
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Gebelein  
2803   $475.00

Child's cup by Tucker;San Francisco,CA; ca. 3rd Q.19C.
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Marked I.W.TUCKER/SANFRANCISCO.CAL, name and location each in a rectangle. Octagonal, double-scroll handle, engine-turned design with large reserve on the front. Applied molded rim top and base. Height of handle 3-13/16"; of body 3-1/4". Diameter of mouth 2-5/8"; of base 2-7/8". Weight 4-1/4 troy ounces. There is a script monogram M.C. on the front in a reserve. Mark condition is good; overall condition is also good (many minor dents in body).

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