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Set of 12 18thC serving spoons by Samuel Bowne Jr.
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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105F   $2400.00

Set of 12 18thC serving spoons by Samuel Bowne Jr.
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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
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104F   $300.00

18thC fiddlethread tongs by Beriah Chittenden, c1790
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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

Birdback serving spoon by James Black, Phila.
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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

Birdback serving spoon by Anthony Simmons, Phila, c1800
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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108K   $375.00

Birdback serving spoon by Anthony Simmons, Phila, c1800
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Pointed-end handle, feathered script mono LW on front; 9" in length. Bird and spoon in excellent condition.

Huge coin silver fish set in Kings pattern
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881   $4000.00

Huge coin silver fish set in Kings pattern
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Made by R & W Wilson, Philadelphia, c1840 -- blade is 14-1/2" long and is in the shape of a fish, with styllized scales, gills and fins. Fork is 13-1/8" long, its 5 long tines with foliate and scroll decoration. Pattern is on both sides of the handle. Mono is a feathered script JFCC. Weight is 12.5+ T oz. Condition is outstanding throughout.

Medallion macaroni server by Gorham
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

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473D   $350.00

Medallion macaroni server by Gorham
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This is a 1998 remake of Gorham's 1864 medallion pattern. It is 9-1/2" long with good weight. It is marked GORHAM STERLING. It has never been engraved. Condition is excellent.

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Medallion gravy ladle by J.L.Westervelt, Newburgh, NY
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

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473B   $475.00

Medallion gravy ladle by J.L.Westervelt, Newburgh, NY
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Gold-washed shaped bowl, woman's head with garland turned left, never engraved, 7-7/8" in length. Condition is near-mint.

Medallion punch ladle by Gorham, also marked PAT.1864
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

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473A   $925.00

Medallion punch ladle by Gorham, also marked PAT.1864
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Gold-washed teardrop bowl, gothic mono U. K. on reverse; 12-3/4" long. Condition is near-mint. Marked on reverse: STERLING and HART BROS. (retailer).

Medallion coin silver ladle with twist handle
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473   $750.00

Medallion coin silver ladle with twist handle
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Helmeted head looking right surrounded by tiny beads; lightly gold-washed teardrop bowl with etched styllized leaves; script mono Hutchins on reverse; 13" in length. Marked COIN on reverse of stem. Condition is excellent.

SHEAF of WHEAT SOUP LADLE, Thomas Wartenby, Phila, PA
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7134B   $850.00

SHEAF of WHEAT SOUP LADLE, Thomas Wartenby, Phila, PA
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Coin silver soup ladle, Thomas Wartenby, Philadelphia (c. 1840), 13-1/8" long, 4-1/8" by 3-1/16" oval bowl, wide broad drop, chamferred shoulders, downturned fiddle handle with crisp Sheaf of Wheat on front, no monogram, marked "T * W" with eagle head punch.

Coffin-end serving spoon by Stephen Hardy,New Hampshire
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263   $150.00

Coffin-end serving spoon by Stephen Hardy,New Hampshire
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Classic coffin design, c1800-10 -- handle tapering from end to bowl; brightcut cartouche and bellflowers on front, feathered script mono J H P in cartouche. Length is 9-3/8". Condition is excellent. Hardy apprenticed with Paul Revere in Boston, and further trained with William Simes in Portsmouth, NH.

Pr 18thC serving spoons by James Musgrave, Phila
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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105R   $300.00

Pr 18thC serving spoons by James Musgrave, Phila
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Oval-end handle, c1795 -- long thin tongue drop on bowl back, feathered script mono H J on front; 9-1/4" in length. Both spoons in excellent condition.

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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894   $225.00

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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William Brady marked this piece, and also marked the location of his shop. Without the town name, it would be assumed that Brady worked in NYC, as shown in the literature. This ladle has a broad downturned fiddle handle, c1820-30 -- high pointed shoulders, and a unique semi-circle drop on the bowl back. The handle is reverse tipt, and the mono is a feathered script E L. It is 9-1/2" long with a 3" oval bowl, and is in excellent condition.

18thC serving spoon by Mathias Lamar, Philadelphia
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105J   $375.00

18thC serving spoon by Mathias Lamar, Philadelphia
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Painted-end handle, c1790 -- marvellous all-over brightcutting and roulette work, drop on bowl back, short reverse rib, feathered script mono L F in cartouche on front; 9-1/8" in length. Condition is near-mint, extended bowl tip unworn.

SOUP LADLE, E Mead & Co, St Louis, MO (c 1853-1860)
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Hampton Galleries  
7148B   $275.00

SOUP LADLE, E Mead & Co, St Louis, MO (c 1853-1860)
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Coin silver soup ladle, E. Mead & Co., St. Louis, Missouri (c. 1853-1860), 13" long, wide oval bowl, no drop, tall pointed shoulders, upturned pinched fiddle handle tipt on front, fancy feather script monogram "SR" on front, marked "E.MEAD & CO" and "COIN", both incuse.

MARROW SCOOP, Wm Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA
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Hampton Galleries  
7142B   $1,450.00

MARROW SCOOP, Wm Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA
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Coin silver marrow scoop by William Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA (c. 1780-1800), 8-7/8" long, 2-3/4" wider scoop on one side and 3-3/4" narrow scoop on other side, shaded block letter monogram "V.I" (pellet raised) on back of wider scoop, marked "W.MOULTON" in rectangular punch on middle bar.

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