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Whiting "Louis XV" Pierced Gold Wash Bowl Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2543f   $38.00

Whiting
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This item is a 5 1/2" long, .9 T. oz., sugar sifter. The pattern is Whiting's "Louis XV."

It has a 2" by 1 1/4" by 5/8" deep, pierced bowl that is finished in a pale matte gold wash. The shoulders are embellished with the scroll design of the pattern, and there is a small flange around the entire rim.

The handle is inscribed with a cursive "ES" monogram.

It is in excellent condition. Free of polishing wear, the pattern detail remains clear and well-defined. The finish is bright. ... Click for details

Durgin "Old Standish" Large Pierced Sterling Silver Pea or Ice Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2542f   $110.00

Durgin
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A substantial piece measuring 8 11/16" long and weighing 2.7 T. oz., this pea (vegetable) or ice spoon is a rare form in most flatware lines.

The large, pierced bowl is the defining feature of these items, and that is the case with this. Nearly round at 3" back to front and 2 1/2" in diameter, the bowl is 5/8" deep. The piercing is patterned and functional as well as decorative, to aid in draining.

The pattern, "Old Standish," dates from 1901 and reflects the then growing sentiment... Click for details

Gorham "Louis XIV" Large Sterling Silver Serving Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2541f   $95.00

Gorham
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Dating from 1870, "Louis XIV" was an early line pattern in Gorham's stable of designs. Knowles produced a near match in its "Emperor" pattern, and George Sharp also offered a third, unnamed kindred design, all indicating this motif had as much appeal in its time as it still exhibits today.

The handle tip is an anthemion form with a shield reserve which in this case has an embellished, Old English "R" monogram. The area below this has raised, line scrolling set against a stippled background.... Click for details

Clean Gorham "Norfolk" Solid Sterling Silver Cake Saw
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2537f   $115.00

Clean Gorham
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An early 20th century pattern, "Norfolk" aka "Villa Norfolk" stands in contrast to the exuberance of so much 19th century design. A simple, double-lined, multi-scroll motif, it is clean, direct, and understated in manner.

This example is a 9 5/8" long, nearly 2.7 T. oz., cake saw. It has a solid, flat handle, and all-silver blade. The blade has a saw-tooth upper edge, which is characteristic of this item.

Without a monogram or removal, this is in exceptionally fine condition. There... Click for details

Gravy ladle by Whiting Mfg., retailed by J.R.Reed & Co. of Pittsburgh
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
5209   $100.00

Gravy ladle by Whiting Mfg., retailed by J.R.Reed & Co. of Pittsburgh
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Bright cut, rounded end, tipt on back. Length 7-3/8". Weight 2 troy ounces. The monogram is a script H.W. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Peter Krider "Kings" Large Bowl Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2534f   $40.00

Peter Krider
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A prominent name in 19th century Philadelphia silversmithing, Peter L. Krider's work reflects the highest standards of the trade.

Unremarkable in terms of function, this 6 3/16" long, just under 1.0 T. oz. sugar spoon, still stands forward for its quality of design and manufacture.

It is a "King" or "Kings" pattern that compares well with other companies' interpretations of this English-inspired motif.

This has an oversized, 2 1/4" by 1 1/2", shell bowl with a frosted matte gold... Click for details

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Tiffany "King's" aka "Saratoga" aka "Cook" Sterling Silver Youth Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2532f   $55.00

Tiffany
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In his benchmark work, "Tiffany Silver Flatware," William Hood traces the name evolution of the pattern most commonly known as "Saratoga."

The company's third line, it was originally issued as "King's" or "King" in 1870, sometimes referred to as "Old King" to distinguish it from the later "English King." It was briefly reissued in 1908, then called "Cook," and finally again reintroduced in 1956 under the name "Saratoga" by which it is known today.

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Scarce Shiebler Art Nouveau "Flora" Large Sterling Silver Serving Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2528f   $385.00

Scarce Shiebler Art Nouveau
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An immensely well-received line featuring at minimum twelve, and according to one source at least fifteen, different flower motifs, Shiebler's "Flora" remains a pattern of choice among collectors casual and serious.

Most frequently found as teaspoons, the series was produced in a variety of other place and serving pieces. Large items such as this 9 5/8" long, nearly 3.5 T. oz., likely fish serving fork, however, are quite rare.

The detail of the Art Nouveau design shows to advantage at... Click for details

Heavy, Full Size Durgin "Marechal Niel" Sterling Silver Dinner Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2525f   $55.00

Heavy, Full Size Durgin
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Measuring 7 5/8" long and weighing an exceptional 2.5 T. oz., this dinner fork was made by Durgin and retailed by New York's "Theodore B. Starr," as identified on the backside of the handle.

The pattern, "Marechal Niel, dates from 1896. Independent from its heft, Marechal Niel is appealing because it is an outstanding design. It offers a high relief, multi-dimensional portraiture of the rose which is its namesake. It is double die struck, meaning the design appears on both the front and... Click for details

Old Gorham "Buttercup" Sterling Silver Pastry Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2514f   $36.00

Old Gorham
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In mint estate condition, this 6 3/8" long, heavy at 1.2 T. oz., pastry fork in Gorham's "Buttercup" is an early example.

Marks are the Gorham "lion, anchor, G" emblem, "Sterling," and "Patent 1900."

It is without a monogram or removal of same.

Pattern detail remains sharp and clear. The tines are even, straight, pointed, and free of nicks or burrs. The finish is lustrous.

Whiting "Antique Engraved M2" Sterling Silver Youth Knife and Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2513f   $65.00

Whiting
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Identified by the marker "M2" set alongside the Whiting lion emblem and the word "Sterling," the pattern on this matched youth knife and fork is engraved on a rounded "Antique" handle with a reverse tipt end.

The engraving is Aesthetic in manner, which is consistent with the 1884 date of this design. The backsides are plain, save for elegant, feathered script "ARF" monograms.

The 7" long knife is solid silver while the four-tine fork measures 6 1/8". The two together weigh 1.8 T. oz.,... Click for details

Blanchard B09 "Cornwallis" A&C Sterling Silver Horseradish Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2512f   $110.00

Blanchard B09
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The mark "B09" was adopted by the well-regarded Arts & Crafts silversmith George Blanchard when he established his own workshop in Gardiner, Massachusetts, independent of Arthur Stone for whom he worked until that date. He was joined by sons Porter and Richard, with Porter moving to California in 1923, shortly to be followed by his father and brother.

This example is a 6 3/8" long, just over .7 T. oz., horseradish spoon in the "Cornwallis" aka "1800 Square" pattern. With its angular end... Click for details

Unusual Durgin "Watteau" Ramekin or Terrapin Sterling Silver Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2509f   $36.00

Unusual Durgin
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Not readily found, this 5 1/2" long, just above .8 T. oz., fork is variously identified as terrapin or ramekin. To be sure it could serve either purpose.

It takes its character from the fanciful, scalloped shoulder, cupped heel, bowl with four short tines.

The pattern is Durgin's 1891 "Watteau," referencing a French painter whose name became identified with a style deriving from the rococo. This piece embodies some of the style elements of these schools. It has an asymmetrical shape... Click for details

Arthur Stone Heywood "Reverse Tipt" A&C Sterling Silver Sauce Ladle
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2503f   $75.00

Arthur Stone Heywood
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Arguably the first name in American Arts & Crafts silver, Arthur Stone maintained a studio for the better part of four decades. Upon his retirement in 1937, he sold his shop to Henry Heywood who continued the business intact.

This 6" long, 1.2 T. oz., sauce ladle dates from this transition time. It is marked with the "Stone with hammer" emblem, the "h in a shield" emblem for Heywood, "Sterling," and a benchmark "B," likely for Charles Brown whose tenure ran to 1937.

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Rare Hanoverian Teaspoon by Philip Roker II, w/Full Name Mark c. 1740
Silver : Sterling

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150627-04   $47.50

Rare Hanoverian Teaspoon by Philip Roker II, w/Full Name Mark c. 1740
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Offered is a fine early English sterling silver teaspoon in the Hanoverian pattern by well-known specialist spoonmaker and silversmith Philip Roker II. The mark on this spoon is a rare example of eighteenth century English maker's mark incorporating a full surname name, rather than initials only. I've never had another example, although there are a few Roker spoons floating around with this mark. The P:ROKER mark on the back of the handle (along with a lion passant) was an unregistered mark... Click for details

Fine Crested English Sterling Gravy Ladle Ca. 1814 - Heathcote Family
Silver : Sterling

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150627-03   $75.00

Fine Crested English Sterling Gravy Ladle Ca. 1814 - Heathcote Family
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Offered is a very fine English Georgian sterling silver gravy or sauce ladle bearing London hallmarks for 1814-15, and a maker's mark for Thomas Wallis II and Jonathan Hayne, working in partnership from around 1810 to 1816. This ladle bears a lovely engraved period armorial for the Heathcote family, specifically the Heathcote Baronets of Hursley House in Hampshire, once the property of Richard Cromwell, the Protector. More information on this family can be found below and online. This sauce... Click for details

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