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Liberty CYMRIC sterling pepper caster
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2263  


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hand wrought, height 3 1/4 inches, weight 1.74 Troy ounces, excellent condition, monogrammed as shown in second enlargement.

With sinuous curves and whimsical spade-shaped feet, this is truly a little classic of English Art Nouveau silver.

London 1896 Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Britannia Silver Muffineer
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3190f   $395.00


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First introduced to British hallmarking in 1697, the "Britannia" standard demarcates a silver content of 95.8%, significantly higher than sterling's 92.5%.

It remained required for less than a century, but continued in limited use subsequent to the reversion to sterling in 1720, enjoying a revival in the late Victorian era.

This muffineer, aka sugar shaker or caster, traces to that period, having an Old English "a" date letter for 1896-97. Other marks are the Britannia figure, and an... Click for details

Tiffany Open Sterling Silver Master Salt with Cobalt Blue Glass Liner
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3186f   On Hold


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Stamped with pattern number, "15923A," the design on this large, 5" long by 2 3/8" wide, master salt cellar, aka trencher, dates from 1903.

The date is consistent with the style of the piece, which reflects the Colonial Revival/Adamesque sensibilities that came into their own during the first decades of the 20th century.

The approximately 2.0 T. oz., sterling silver body is oval, with reticulated sides that have beaded band margins and solid, cee scroll handles. It sits on two ball feet... Click for details

Schulz & Fischer sterling cup and saucer, San Francisco, CA
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2261   $250.00


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circa 1870, height of cup 3; diameter 3 5/8 inches, weight 8.07 Troy ounces, some minor insults above the applied round foot where Alice perhaps in need of more tea rapped her vessel upon the table (please see third photo) but very good overall condition.

Years ago, many folks had high enthusiasm over silver from the Golden State, but now we're going to find out the hard way whether or not anyone indeed still gives a rat's derrière.

Water pitcher by Karl Leinonen, Boston, 1st quarter 20th century
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Gebelein  
5338   $1,360.00


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Single scroll handle, applied ring base, reinforcing wire outside of rim. Height 8-3/4", maximum horizontal dimension 8", capacity three pints, weight 24-1/3 troy ounces. The monogram is an ornate script RSRP(?) on one side. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Gorham Art Nouveau Kate Greenaway Style Sterling Silver Child's Mug
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3151f   $325.00


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The handled cup measures 3" high, has a top diameter of 2 5/8", a maximum span of 3 3/4" to the end of the handle, and a 2 3/16" wide underside. It weighs 4.2 T. oz. There is a script "DMC" monogram on the sidewall.

Made by Gorham about 1900, it combines two styles.

First, it falls within the Art Nouveau mode popular during the period. This is expressed in the overall undulating form, and in the sinuous character of the detailing, for example the organic nature of the handle and the... Click for details

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Howard Solid Sterling Silver Paneled Mustard Pot, Late 19th C.
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3147f   $135.00


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Standing 3 3/8" tall to the top of the finial, 3 3/8" at the widest to the edge of the handle, and weighing just under 4.0 T. oz. this solid silver mustard pot was made by Providence, Rhode Island's Howard Sterling Company and retailed by Boston's Shreve, Crump, & Low according to the stamps on the underside. Additional marks include "Sterling," "925/1000," "4522," and "Pat '93."

Traditional in style, this has six paneled sides, rests on a footed base, has a beaded border on the upper rim,... Click for details

Wendt "Bust" Sterling Silver Swing Handle Stag Feet Bowl
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3144f   $345.00


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A substantial piece, this bowl or basket stands 3 7/8" high to the rim, 7" to the top of the upraised swing handle, has a top diameter of 5 1/8", and weighs 8.7 T. oz.

It dates circa 1870 and was made by John Wendt whose "925/1000 in a shield" emblem is stamped on the underside, encircled by the name of the retailer, "Ball Black & Co" "New York."

It stands on four very slender, hoof foot, stag legs that are joined to bands that run vertically to the top of the body. Each of these strips... Click for details

Tiffany "Persian" Sterling Silver Creamer & Sugar Dated 1884
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3110f   $395.00


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A matched pair, this sugar and creamer were a 25th anniversary gift, as indicated by the "ABF to MFCC 1859-1884" inscribed on the sidewall of each piece.

Made by Tiffany, they are hollowware accompaniments to the company's 1872 "Persian" flatware line. The Moorish pattern is replicated on the two handles of the bowl and the single handle of the creamer, with a modification of the design appearing on the banding that encircles both the top and bottom of each piece.

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Gorham Sterling Silver Powder Puff Box, Rockefeller Association
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3102f   $175.00


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A charming item with a poignant provenance, this sterling item is model number "B885" made by Gorham, as identified by the marks on the underside.

It measures 4" at the widest, is 2 1/2" across on the base, and stands 2 1/2" high to the top of the knob on the lid. The total silver content is 4.0 T. oz.

The interior is finished in a bright gold wash, and the piece retains its original (lambswool?) puff in mint condition.

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French silver tea tray, .950 standard,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2245   $2,750.00


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maker Ernest Eschwège, Paris circa 1920, sixteen by twenty-six inches, weight 82.6 Troy ounces, fine condition, no monogram.

With stylish foliate handles and an applied border, this is an exceptionally functional, high quality item.

It is also a bear to photograph, and these images sadly do not meet out usual standards. But have no fear, dear reader, we will try again, soon.

Large, Open, "English Sterling" Footed Master Salt, Mid 19th Century
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

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3085f   $100.00


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A generously proportioned piece, this open salt has a top diameter of 2 7/16", stands 1 5/8" tall, and weighs a robust 2.7 T. oz.

Exceptionally quality, it has three, cast and applied, pad feet, with raised anthemions where they join the body. The splayed rim has a repeating leaf and bead design, while the interior is finished in a bright gold wash.

It is stamped on the underside "Eng'Sterling," which was a term in limited use circa 1870, and below this "925-1000" flanked by an Old... Click for details

Tray by Kalo
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
5312   $525.00


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Edge divided into 5 segments. Marked Chicago & New York (before 1918). Diameter 9-1/2". Weight 12-3/4 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Peter Krider repoussé chased sterling bar pitcher,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2242   $675.00


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height 5 1/2; length across handle 6 1/4 inches, weight 14.1 Troy ounces, the body richly chased with rose flowers, foliage and a band of acanthus leaves below, the realistically formed wrythen grapevine handle fastened together with silver tacks (see second enlargement), engraved "Minnie / June 2nd / 1875" in cartouche under spout, capacity one quart, fine condition.

If only we knew a bit more about Minnie, a good tale might be told, but alas we know nothing of this lass.

Gorham Mixed Metal Number 385 Aesthetic Dish Dating 1881 (A)
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3043f   $395.00


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A style mode that provided for a great diversity of expression and innovation, "mixed metal" pieces are among the most commanding of items produced by silver manufacturers during the late 19th century Aesthetic period.

Not surprisingly, the two dominant names in 19th century silver, Gorham and Tiffany, generated the greatest variety of pieces in this medium.

This example was made by Gorham in 1881, as indicated by the date letter imprinted on the backside. Other marks include the... Click for details

Tiffany "Georgian" Style 1902 Sterling Silver Footed Master Salt
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3036f   $52.00


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Stamped "Tiffany & Co. Makers," "Sterling Silver," "925-1000," and with a lower case "m," this master salt was put into production in 1902 as indicated by the model number "15251."

This was a period when Tiffany made reproduction items or designs inspired by older, especially English Georgian, holloware, and that is the case with this piece. It is round, cauldron shaped, and stands on three pad feet with acanthus leaf sprays where the legs are attached.

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