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Dominick & Haff "Charles II" Sterling Silver Butter or Olive Fork
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4087f   $35.00


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Flat handled and with two hooked prongs, this 5 1/2" long, approximately .5 T. oz., piece may be an olive or a butter fork.

The pattern is "Charles II" made by Dominick & Haff, whose three part emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat-d. 94" appear on the handle backside.

A "Kings" variant, the design incorporates the characteristic shell and honeysuckle elements of this motif, along with a pronounced beaded border.

There is an engraved feathered script "EMH" monogram set sideways on the handle.... Click for details

Bigelow, Kennard Engraved "Buckle" Sterling Silver Hot Cake Lifter
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4086f   $135.00


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Dating circa 1870, this 8 1/4" long, approximately 2.0 T. oz., hotcake, pancake, or waffle server has Boston origins, marked "Bigelow, Kennard & Co.," and "925 in an oval" for sterling.

It has a rounded end, tipt backside, "Old English" pattern handle.

The otherwise plain front is engraved in a "Buckle" or "Garter" design that was popular in the period.

It has a round, 2 1/4" diameter, scalloped edge with nipple tip, flat serving end that is finely engraved in a bright cut and wriggle... Click for details

Gorham "Medici" Large Sterling Silver Tongs with Claw Grips
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4085f   $68.00


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Weighty at 1.6 T. oz., this large, 5 1/8" long, pair of sugar tongs is marked with Gorham's "lion, anchor, G" emblem, "Sterling," and "Copyrighted."

The pattern is "Medici," aka "Old Medici," which is a complex, late 19th century, design that features imagery and figures from the Italian Renaissance. In this instance the portraiture is of a woman carrying a tray of fruit.

The talon grips have unusual textured surfaces that exhibit a chiseled quality, while the arch is engraved "Delia" over... Click for details

Six J. & G. Piercy, London 1815, "Reverse Tipt" Sterling Teaspoons
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4084   $100.00


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Late Georgian, these six, matching, 5 5/8" long, 4.1 T. oz. the lot, teaspoons are marked for London, sterling silver, 1815, and makers Josiah and George Piercy.

They are "Fiddle" shaped with "Tipt" backsides and thumb drops on the bowl heels.

They show high craft in their making, exhibiting such details as clean beveling on the handle edges and ends, as well as on the drops, and overall elegant proportions and fine finishes.

In excellent condition, they are without monograms (although... Click for details

Paye & Baker Sterling Silver Baby Fork with Child and Daisies
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4083f   $46.00


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Illustrated in the Paye & Baker catalogue of 1908, this 6 1/8" long item is identified as a baby fork.

The pattern shows the Art Nouveau influences of its period, and features a small child garbed in a night dress, with scroll and daisy detailing on the remainder of the curved edge handle. The backside reads "Baby" in raised lettering.

This design was offered in a knife, two different forks and spoons, and a food pusher, as single pieces or in various combination boxed sets.

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Eight Durgin "Fairfax" Sterling Silver Coffee or Demitasse Spoons
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4082f   $55.00


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Marked with a "D" emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat'd," these spoons are original production pieces made by Durgin before it was absorbed into Gorham, which company continued this "Fairfax" pattern as its own.

Measuring 4 1/4" long and weighing just over 2.2 T. oz. the group, these are identified as coffee spoons in old catalogues (somewhat larger than true demitasse).

A matched set, each of these is engraved with a script "Y" monogram.

They are in excellent estate condition, without... Click for details

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A.E. Warner, Baltimore, "Mayflower" 11 oz. Silver Place Spoon x 4
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4080f   $38.00


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The engraved scrolling acanthus leaf design on this "Reverse Tipt" with thumb drop backside, 7" long, 1.3 T. oz., place or dessert spoon, was a common motif (with variants) used in Baltimore from the mid 19th century forward. It eventually became regularized in the "Mayflower" line pattern produced by Kirk-Stieff.

This piece was made by Andrew Elliott Warner, a prominent 19th century Baltimore silversmith, and is stamped with his name, along with the peculiar-to-Baltimore "11" ounce standard... Click for details

Whiting "Heraldic" Sterling Silver Confection or Bon Bon Spoon
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4077f   $52.00


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Measuring 5 1/8" long, weighing .9 T. oz., and with a round, scallop-edged, slightly concave, bowl, this small sweet or bon bon server is marked with Whiting's "lion and W" emblem and the word "Sterling."

The pattern is "Heraldic," issued in 1880. It features a knight's helmet situated above a shield reserve, all set against a raised acanthus leaf ground.

The bowl is smooth and in this instance retains traces of an original gold wash.

Never monogrammed, this is in excellent condition.... Click for details

Whiting "Dandelion" 1880s Sterling Silver Long Salad Serving Set
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4076f   $385.00


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Falling within the realm of exotic silver design, Whiting's "Dandelion" was produced in a limited number of pieces.

The design derives from Aesthetic sensibilities, with the central flower, bud, and leaf portraiture surrounded by irregular, wavy detailing and a run of circular, stylized, rosettes.

This example is a salad serving set, comprised of a 9 1/2" long, 3.7 T. oz., spoon, and a 9 7/16", 3.8 T. oz. fork.

The shoulders and margins on both pieces are scalloped, while the heels show... Click for details

Tiffany "Italian" 1870 Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter
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4074f   $125.00


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One of Tiffany's earliest line patterns, "Italian" draws upon the Renaissance and Greek Revival design sensibilities of its period.

This example, a 5 7/8" long, just under .9 T. oz., sugar sifter, is an early production item, marked "Tiffany & Co.," "Sterling," "Pat. 1870," and "m," this last mark dating it no later than 1891.

The pattern elements are set against a satin matte ground, which is particularly evident on the backside open area that includes a feathered script "RR" monogram.... Click for details

Wood & Hughes "Celestial" Asian Theme Six Sterling Silver Teaspoons
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4072f   $200.00


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Measuring 6" long each and weighing 4.8 T. oz. the matched group of six, these teaspoons are marked "W&H" for Wood & Hughes, and "Sterling."

The pattern is "Celestial" issued in 1870. It is similar in its Asian subject motif and handle form to the company's "Japanese" of the same year.

Never monogrammed, all six pieces are in choice estate condition. Pattern detail remains clear and well-defined and the overall finishes are bright. The bowls are without dents, bends, burrs, or tip wear.

Gorham "Louis XIV" Solid Sterling Silver Youth or Tea Knife "Harry"
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4070f   $48.00


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Measuring 7 3/8" long, and weighing .9 T. oz., this piece is a youth knife, engraved "Harry" on one side of the solid handle, and "1873" on the other side.

The pattern is "Louis XIV," which, apart from the obvious French reference, also incorporates a variety of style elements including Moorish and Greek Revival.

In excellent condition, it is free of polishing wear and has a flat, even, blade that is without bends or nicks. The finish is soft and even.

Marks are Gorham's "lion, anchor,... Click for details

William Scarlett, London 1728, "Rattail" Crested Sterling Silver Spoon
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4069f   $80.00


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Measuring 8" long and weighing 1.9 T. oz., this place spoon made by William Scarlett, London, during the last year or so of his life (d. 1729, source Grimwade). His slightly rubbed, but distinct "W over S" in a shield appears on the handle reverse. Other marks include a lion, crowned leopard, date letter "N," and an extraneous and peculiar "p."

This last mark apparently is something of a mystery to collectors of English period silver. A letter from Anthony Brown, that appears in the... Click for details

Lunt "Pynchon" (Chippendale) Pierced Sterling Silver Beef Fork
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4065f   This item is currently being auctioned


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Issued in 1910, Lunt's "Pynchon" is essentially a Chippendale design derived from the colonial revival impulse of its period.

It features an open work handle, and in the instance of this 7 7/8" long, 1.3 T. oz., (beef) serving fork, similar piercing in the heel area.

The serving end is elongated and has three broad tines, the outer two of which have hooked ends.

Never monogrammed, it is in choice estate condition. Apart from overall light surface scratches, there are no signs of use.... Click for details

Set Atkin Brothers Figural Rattail 5 O'Clock Sterling Silver Spoons
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4064f   $210.00


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These six spoons are marked for Sheffield, England, sterling silver, year 1898-99, and "HA" for maker Atkin Brothers - Harry Atkin.

Measuring 5 3/8" long each and weighing 5.0 T. oz. the lot, they are 5 o'clock size, used for afternoon tea.

They have elaborately designed, cast, handles that are reminiscent in style to "apostle" spoons.

The design incorporates a pair of dolphins supporting a heart and flower or fleur-de-lis at the openwork handle tops. The lower ends of the stems portray... Click for details

Gorham "Chrysanthemum" Engraved Aesthetic Sterling Silver Pie Server
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4063f   $110.00


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Bright cut engraved designs were popular among American silver manufacturers during the last quarter of the 19th century, with this generously-sized, 9 1/4" long, nearly 2.7 T. oz., pie server a fine example of the style.

Made by Gorham, whose "lion, anchor, G" emblem and the word "Sterling" appear on the "Old English" tipt backside handle, the pattern is "Chrysanthemum," issued in 1885. Flowers, grasses, and birds were common themes for this genre.

The imagery is finely rendered, set... Click for details

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