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Tiffany Applied "Daisy" Large Sterling Silver Serving Spoon, Rare
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Old Friends  
3084f   $245.00

Tiffany Applied
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While a known Tiffany pattern, "Daisy" stands apart because it was not offered as a full line and information about its history and origins is scarce.

This example is an impressively scaled at 9 5/8" long, 3.1 T. oz., serving spoon. It has a large scoop bowl with rolled, flange shoulders and a broad, rounded end. The reverse of the bowl has a matte finish while the obverse has a bright finish.

The matte surface handle has a rounded end and eleven applied daisies. These are joined by a... Click for details

Gorham "St. Cloud" 12 Matching Sterling Silver Fruit Spoons, Rare
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3083f   $425.00

Gorham
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This full set of twelve identical spoons all measure 5 3/4" long and are relatively heavy, with the group weighing 11.0 T. oz., and have the same, Old English "M.F.P." monograms on the reverses.

They are unusual form with narrow, 1 7/8" long by 15/16" at the widest, deep at 3/8", bowls with oval tips and gold finishes both front and back sides.

They are clearly distinct from typical citrus or orange spoons but are likely to be used for eating fruit.

The pattern is Gorham's "St.... Click for details

Durgin CHRYSANTHEMUM cracker scoop
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2243   $475.00

Durgin CHRYSANTHEMUM cracker scoop
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length 8 1/4 inches, weight 4.76 Troy ounces, very good overall condition (bowl retains some of the original gilding but is not blotchy), monogrammed "S.H.F." (obverse) and "'98" (reverse), retailed by Bailey, Banks & Biddle.

For those of you who favor comparison shopping, see item 150531578507 on the Great Bay of eeeeehs.

Set 8 Kirk "Repousse" Sterling Silver Cocktail Forks, Old, Matching
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3080f   $215.00

Set 8 Kirk
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Something over 100 years old, these oyster or seafood cocktail forks are stamped "S. Kirk & Son Co." and "925/1000" which was a mark used 1896-1914 (Rainwater, "Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers").

Each piece measures 5 3/8" long and has a script monogram that appears to be "GEHA" on an otherwise plain backside. They are relatively heavy, weighing 6.7 T. oz. the group.

All the pieces are in excellent condition, showing no polishing wear and having fine finishes. The tines... Click for details

Whiting "Pompadour" Sterling Silver Individual Asparagus Tongs, Old
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3079f   $125.00

Whiting
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As utilitarian as they are whimsical, individual asparagus tongs were high style place pieces introduced in the 19th, and carried over to the 20th, centuries.

This is an original, factory produced, 4 1/4" long, nearly .6 T. oz., example made by Whiting in the "Pompadour" pattern, which is essentially an embellished "Queens" design introduced in 1898.

The design appears on each of the two, upward sloping, arms joined by an arch. The pierced grips are rectangle and slightly curved inward,... Click for details

Gorham "Florentine" Renaissance Inspired Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3078f   $165.00

Gorham
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Replete with imagery, "Florentine" is one of the most intricate designs Gorham produced in the early 20th century.

It features the figure of a bearded man at the handle terminus, a pedestal urn laden with fruit midway up the handle, and an array of other fruit and acanthus leaf elements overall.

This example is a 9" long, very heavy at 4.3 T. oz., berry spoon.

The bowl is large, 3 5/8" long by 2 7/8" at the widest, has decorated flange shoulders, and retains traces of an original... Click for details

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6 demitasse spoons by KALO, Chicago, c.1960's
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
5317   $300.00

6 demitasse spoons by KALO, Chicago, c.1960's
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Rounded handle ends, upturned handles, hammered finish. Length 4-3/8". Weight of 6 = 2.6 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition excellent.

Salt spoon by Gebelein, sailing ship on handle, c. 1930's
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
5311   $25.00

Salt spoon by Gebelein, sailing ship on handle, c. 1930's
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Length 2-3/4". No monogram. Overall and mark condition excellent.

Pair of candlesticks by Currier & Roby, NY, 20th C.
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
5310   $1,075.00

Pair of candlesticks by Currier & Roby, NY, 20th C.
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Traditional 18th century form. Separate bobeches. Height 7-1/2" Weight of pair 25-1/2 troy ounces (not weighted). No monogram. Overall and mark condition excellent.

F.A. Durgin, St. Louis, "Medallion" Four Sterling Silver Teaspoons
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
3076f   On Hold

F.A. Durgin, St. Louis,
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Lengthy at 6 1/16" long each, and significant weight at 3.4 T. oz. combined, each of these four, matching teaspoons has an Old English "A" monogram on the handle reverse.

They are all stamped "F.A. Durgin St. Louis" and "Sterling."

The pattern is "Medallion," dating circa 1864 according to Soeffing in his benchmark work on this motif produced by many makers in the period. Soeffing also indicates F.A. Durgin's line was made to a coin standard, but these pieces are evidence it was... Click for details

Wallace "Violet" Sterling Knife with Original s/p Blunt End Blade
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
3073f   On Hold

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Wallace
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An original item, this regular or place knife measures 8 7/8" long. It has a hollow handle marked "Sterling" on the collar, and a a 5" by 13/16" blunt end silverplate blade that is stamped with the Wallace "RW deer head S" emblem.

The pattern is "Violet," probably the most popular of several Art Nouveau florals the company produced in the early 20th century.

It has never been monogrammed and is in superb estate condition. The handle is without dents, nicks, or splits, and retains sharp... Click for details

Bailey, Banks & Biddle Sterling Silver Aesthetic Period Olive Spoon
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3065f   On Hold

Bailey, Banks & Biddle Sterling Silver Aesthetic Period Olive Spoon
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A 5 7/8" long, .8 T. oz., olive spoon, this circa 1880 piece has a tubular handle and a plum-shaped bowl that has quartrefoil piercings. The bowl also has flange shoulders with line engraving, and retains traces of an original gold wash.

The handle terminus is block form and engraved in an Aesthetic design. It also includes a portion of a monogram, beginning with a script "S," indicating this element was once larger.

This area is fully finished and has worn edges indicating any... Click for details

Tiffany "English King" Sterling Silver Salad Spoon, Older
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3063f   $425.00

Tiffany
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An earlier piece in the production history of "English King," this 9 7/8" long, 3.8 T. oz., salad serving spoon is marked "Tiffany & Co.," "Sterling," "Pat. 1885.," and "m."

The pattern is high style and shows to its fullest at the scale of this item.

This piece has an original form bowl with scalloped, flange, shoulders, a textured base, and a rich gold wash front and back sides. Later examples have plain, rounded bowls.

It has never been monogrammed and is in outstanding condition.... Click for details

George Adams (Chawner & Co.) "Kings" 1852 Sterling Youth Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3062f   $40.00

George Adams (Chawner & Co.)
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Larger than a teaspoon at 6 3/8" long, and weighing just over 1.1 T. oz., this piece is the size of a youth spoon. Apparently, it was originally presented to "Agnes" whose name is engraved sideways in script on the handle.

It is an English, Victorian era item, fully hallmarked for George Adams of London, with a date letter for 1852. Chawner was of the Firm Chawner & Co., which reference work "Jackson's Hallmarks" describes as "the most important [English] mid 19th century firm of spoon... Click for details

Original Alvin "Old Orange Blossom" Sterling Silver Gumbo Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3060f   $58.00

Original Alvin
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An early example, this 6 7/8" long, weighty at over 1.6 T. oz., round bowl gumbo soup spoon is marked with the Alvin emblem, "Sterling," and "Patent," all in precise, fine lettering as would be expected on an original piece. It also has a slightly upturned handle end, another indicator of its age.

The pattern is "Old Orange Blossom." Issued in 1905, it quickly became a standard bearer among Art Nouveau designs and remains so today.

The high relief portraiture is intricate, richly... Click for details

Gorham "Fontainebleau" Eight Matched Sterling Silver Teaspoons
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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3056f   $160.00

Gorham
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Each of these eight teaspoons measures 5 3/4" long and is relatively heavy, with the set weighing 6.8 T. oz.

Issued by Gorham in 1882, the pattern is "Fontainebleau," which is a design that features characters from the French Court of Francis I (see image 2 for all the figures). The specific image on these is a woman garbed in a bustled dress, carrying a kettle in one hand and supporting a large cup or mug in the other.

These are early examples, all marked with Gorham's "lion, anchor,... Click for details

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