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Whiting "Louis XV" Sterling Silver Berry Spoon with Gold Wash Bowl
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4472f   $95.00


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This 9" long, 2.7 T. oz., berry spoon is marked with Whiting's "lion and W" logo, "Sterling," and "Pat. 1891."

The pattern is "Louis XV" which features heavy scroll detailing on the handle margins and shoulders of the large, 3 3/4" by 2 3/4" by 5/8" deep, bowl, which is finished in a satin matte gold wash on the interior.

The handle is inscribed with an Old English "C" monogram.

In choice estate condition, this is without evident wear or damage and has a bright overall finish. The bowl... Click for details

Taxco Uxmal Modernist Sterling Silver Sauce or Gravy Ladle
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4471f   $85.00


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Measuring 6 1/2" long and weighing approximately 1.7 T. oz., this ladle has a round, 1 3/4" diameter, 3/4" deep, double spouted bowl.

It is stamped "Sterling" over "Taxco," for the Mexican silversmithing center, and "Uxmal," who were apparently a multi-generational family of crafters.

Modernist in style, and likely dating sometime from the middle of the 20th century, it has a plain band, tapered handle that folds over on the end and is twisted in a ribbon like manner on the front.

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Ball, Black & Co. "LeCordon" Sterling Silver Punch Ladle
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4470f   $325.00


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Dating from 1850, "Le Cordon" was a pattern produced by Whiting, although the design did not originate with that company.

This 13 3/4", 4.9 T. oz., punch ladle is an early, pre-Whiting, example. It is marked "Ball, Black & Co." for the prominent New York City firm, and "Sterling."

The pattern is a knot design, ending with a bow on the handle front. The pattern repeats on the handle reverse, with the inclusion of a shield reserve set below the knot. The bow is replaced with trailing ends.... Click for details

Hotchkiss & Schreuder "Medallion" Sterling Pastry or Pickle Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4469f   On Hold


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In his benchmark work, Silver Medallion Flatware, 1988, D. Albert Soeffing offers an extensive essay detailing his research into the maker of this 6 1/8" long, .9 T. oz., fork, and its "Medallion" image, previously without firm attribution.

His inquiry conclusively identified the "H&S" mark on this as that of Hotchkiss & Scheuder, Syracuse, New York, and the male figure with flowing hair as a young Dionysus.

The pattern was made in both coin and sterling silver, with this stamped... Click for details

Whiting "Arabesque" Solid Sterling Silver Pie Server
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4468f   On Hold


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This 8 3/4" long, approximately 2.7 T. oz., pie or pastry server is stamped with the "lion and W" manufacturing mark of the Whiting Company, "Sterling," "Pat. 1875," a "C" and "6, and the name of the retailer, "Clark.Sawyer & Co.," Worcester, Massachusetts.

The pattern is Whiting's "Arabesque," which is rooted in Moorish design and was one of the most successful such American designs produced during the 1870s Renaissance Revival period. It features a standing griffin with widespread wings.... Click for details

George Adams "Thread" 1849 Crested Sterling Silver Master Salt Spoon
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4464f   $46.00


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An 1840 successor to Chawner & Co., George Adams was one of the most significant silversmiths of Victorian England.

This 4 1/2" long, weighty at .8 T. oz., master salt spoon bears his "GA" mark, along with a "lion" for sterling, a date letter for 1849-50, a "leopard head" for London, and a "queen's head" duty mark.

The pattern is a double die struck, meaning it appears on both sides of the handle, "Thread" aka "Fiddle Thread," which in this instance is engraved with a rampant lion crest on... Click for details

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Wood & Hughes 1868 Flat Handle Sterling Silver Master Butter Knife
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4463f   $48.00


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This 7 1/2" long, 1.2 T. oz., master butter, sometimes identified as a fish, knife was made by Wood & Hughes, whose "WwH" emblem, "Sterling," "Patent," "1868," and the name of the retailer, "W.M. Savage," Columbus, Ohio, appear on the blade backside.

The pattern is unnamed, but is essentially an unembellished version of the company's 1875 Renaissance Revival "Angelo," with an engraved script "H.B.L." monogram in the place where the Moorish detail of "Angelo" otherwise appears.

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Gorham "Royal Oak" Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs
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4462f   $68.00


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Issued in 1904, Gorham's "Royal Oak" pattern is a faithful representation of oak leaves and acorns interpreted in a relaxed, naturalistic, manner that reflects the Art Nouveau sensibilities of its period.

This example of the line is a 4 3/8" long, .9 T. oz., pair of sugar tongs with highly articulated talon form grips.

The reserve area on one of the arms is engraved with a delicate, leaf script, "SC" monogram.

In superb condition, these are free of wear, bends, or damage, and have a... Click for details

Alvin "Old Orange Blossom" Original Sterling Silver Large Berry Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4459f   $215.00


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A large, 9 1/4" long, and robust, approximately 3.8 T. oz., item, this berry spoon is an early example of Alvin's 1905 Art Nouveau "Old Orange Blossom" pattern, informally known as "OOB."

Early pieces distinguish themselves from later ones and reproductions by their exceptionally fine detail and finish. In addition, the handle is up-tipped, while later made pieces had flat handle ends.

Additionally, the marks, Alvin's three part emblem, "Sterling," and "Patent," are finely rendered and a... Click for details

Shiebler "Kenilworth" Medallion Large Sterling Silver Pie Server
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4458f   $165.00


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Taking its name from the novel by Sir Walter Scott, "Kenilworth" originated with Albert Coles in the 1860s who made it in both coin and sterling silver, and was subsequently produced by George Shiebler, as evidenced by this large, 9 7/8" long, approximately 3.1 T. oz. pie or pastry server marked with Shiebler's "winged S" emblem and "Sterling" on the handle reverse.

Classified as a "Medallion" pattern by D. Albert Soeffing in his foundational work on this design genre, he cites a May 8, 1895... Click for details

Dominick & Haff "New King" Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs
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4457f   $62.00


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A design inspired by English antecedents, Dominick & Haff's 1898 "New King" is a one of the most impressive of the myriad renditions of this motif produced by American makers. It employs a robust amount of detailing, all well-balanced and set in high relief.

D&H was known for heavy pieces and that carries through to this 4 3/4" long, weighty at 1.8 T. oz., pair of sugar tongs with an Old English "A" monogram on the arch and finely articulated talon grips.

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Arthur Stone "Coffin End" Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle
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4455f   $115.00


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A relatively large item, this gravy ladle measures 7" long, has a 2 1/2" by 2" by 3/4" deep, oval bowl, and weighs just under 2.3 T. oz.

Fashioned in an Arts & Crafts manner, it was produced by Arthur Stone whose "Stone and hammer - Sterling" symbol, along with a benchman's "B" for Charles W. Brown, or possibly George Blanchard, appears on the handle reverse.

The angular "Coffin End" handle was one of Stone's early designs, first issued in 1910.

A plain piece, i.e. never monogrammed or... Click for details

Matched Pair Whiting "Louis XV" Sterling Silver Grapefruit Spoons
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Made by Whiting Manufacturing Company and retailed by Salem, Massachusetts "Daniel Low & Co." of the witches souvenir items fame, each of these two grapefruit or citrus spoons measures 5 3/8" long, with the pair weighing 1.5 T. oz.

The pattern is "Louis XV," which features scroll edging around the perimeter of the handles, running down onto the shoulders of the bowls of these.

The handles are engraved with an "E over B*L" block letter monogram, while the bowls have raised rib heels, flange... Click for details

William Gale & Son "Leaf" 1856 Coin Silver Table Serving Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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4453f   $48.00


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A popular 1850s design, the leaf form on this 8 5/8" long, 1.9 T. oz., coin silver spoon was made by several makers with slight variation, including William Gale & Son who produced this piece, Gorham whose pattern was named "Josephine," and Henry Hebbard.

The leaf appears on the handle end front and back sides, in elaborated manner on the reverse heel of the bowl, and in smaller stylized form on the front join with the bowl.

There is an anthemion-like detail on both sides of the handle tip... Click for details

Gorham Art Nouveau "Fleury" Sterling Silver Sauce Ladle
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4451f   $48.00


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A charming floral design that portrays a detailed array of flower blossoms and leaves, Gorham's "Fleury" is a late Art Nouveau design dating from 1907.

This example is 5 1/2" long, relatively weighty at approximately 1.2 T. oz., sauce or cream ladle.

It has a scalloped heel bowl with a bright gold wash on the interior.

The handle is engraved with a flowing script "ECP" monogram on the handle front.

In mint estate condition, the pattern detail remains crisp and well-defined, and there... Click for details

Whiting "Lily" Original Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon No Monogram
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4450f   On Hold


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An early production example of Whiting's Art Nouveau "Lily," this 5 3/4" long, 1.2 T. oz., sugar spoon is marked with the company's "lion" emblem, "Sterling," "Pat. 1902," "R'D 1902," and a Gothic letter "O," all appropriate to its age.

It has the stylized scalloped edge, shell-shaped bowl used with this line, which in this instance retains a portion of an original gold finish.

Never monogrammed, this remains in outstanding condition. It is free of polishing wear, retaining the fine line... Click for details

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