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Sheaf-of-wheat ladle by Benedict & Scudder, NYC, c1830
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

North Hill Antiques  
484   $1250.00

Sheaf-of-wheat ladle by Benedict & Scudder, NYC, c1830
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Crisp sheaf at end of handle, 12-lobe shell drop on bowl back, flared shoulders at base of handle, feathered script mono E P on front; 14-3/4" in length, 4-3/8" oval bowl. Overall condition is excellent, although mark is only partially struck (see pic).

Coffin-end sauce ladle by John K.Pitman, Providence
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
265   $225.00

Coffin-end sauce ladle by John K.Pitman, Providence
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Long tapering handle, light reverse rib, feathered script mono RTVL on front; 7-5/8" long. Condition is near-mint. This is the same mark used by John's father, Saunders. The only way to identify the maker is to identify the approximate year it was made. This piece was made no earlier than 1805-10. By then, Saunders was dead. Incidentally, these small ladles, both coffin-end and late 18thC, were made almost entirely in RI, and most notably in Providence.

Twist-arm tongs by William Roe, Albany, c1780
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
104E   $650.00

Twist-arm tongs by William Roe, Albany, c1780
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Brightcut and roulette work on upper arms, lower portion twisted; unique (?) pointed-end acorn nips decorated with roulette work (see pic); block mono S over D S in cartouche on bend; only 5-1/4" in length. Condition is mint throughout. Marked W (pellet) R on both arms.

Creamer & sugar marked Hyman&Company. Chicago
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4851   $600.00

Creamer & sugar marked Hyman&Company. Chicago
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Also marked HAND MADE and STERLING. Hammered finish. Single scroll handles. Length over handles of sugar bowl 5-3/4". Length of cream pitcher 4-3/4". Weight of pair 7-1/2 troy ounces. The monogram on the side of each is a stylized letter P. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Four salt & pepper shakers by Kunkler, Boston, 1Q20th C
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4854   $430.00

Four salt & pepper shakers by Kunkler, Boston, 1Q20th C
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Urn-shaped. Made by hand. Height 4-1/4". Weight 4-1/2 troy ounces. No monogram. Only one marked - by hand. Overall condition is excellent except that one of the four has been nicely repaired underneath the base.

Tray by Art Silver Shop, Chicago, 1918-1934
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4852   $690.00

Tray by Art Silver Shop, Chicago, 1918-1934
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Edge divided into four segments. Applied outside rim. Diameter 10". Weight 12 troy ounces. An applied monogram on the inside rim is a block EMJ in a diamond (surname J). Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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Beaker (julep cup)by Churchill&Treadwell, Boston,c.1810
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4847   $790.00

Beaker (julep cup)by Churchill&Treadwell, Boston,c.1810
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Serrated applied base. Height 3-7/16". Mouth diameter 2-7/8". Weight 4-1/4 troy ounces. Script monogram N on the side. Overall condition is excellent; mark condition is good.

RICCI ARGENTIERI / SILVER PLATE 'BERNINI' DESSERT SER
Silver

Bargentum  
1068825   $42.00

RICCI  ARGENTIERI / SILVER PLATE  'BERNINI' DESSERT SER
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Ricco / Ricci Argentieri is a very old Italian silver manufacturer that claims to use 10 times the normal amount of silver in the plating process. The “Bernini” pattern displays light classic elements – volute, acanthus, thread, shell – on the handle, and the serving blade echoes the shape of the handle. This handsome, solid piece is well-finished and has not been used, showing only the scratches that came from storage drawer in the store. It is 10.5 in. long. Please note: This... Click for details

GORHAM 'CLEMATIS' STERLING SERVING SPOON
Silver

Bargentum  
1068821   $95.00

GORHAM 'CLEMATIS' STERLING SERVING SPOON
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The pleasing use of acid etching to define the floral surface of 'Clematis' (introduced in 1885) combines with delicate engraving of leaves and vine to give new life to a standard Old English pattern. The bowl is elongated with a suggestion of honeysuckle in the repousse treatment, and terminates in a soft point. It might have been used for pudding, but certainly shouldn't be limited to that! There are remains of gold wash in the bowl. Length is 9.25 in., the weight is 57 g., and there is a... Click for details

GORHAM 'OLD BARONIAL' TABLE SPOON
Silver

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1068817   $95.00

GORHAM 'OLD BARONIAL' TABLE SPOON
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Gorham introduced 'Old Baronial' in 1998, during the tenure of William Codman as chief of design at Gorham. Codman's background in restoration of medieval objects is evident in this pattern which invokes the revival of the Gothic period in Baronial Europe – in this case, the blending of a lion's head with foliate, scroll and floral motifs. The spoon is in very fine condition with no problems whatever, a touch over 8.5 in. long and it weighs 80 grams. The handle has a monogram of LR on the... Click for details

ELEGANT DANISH SERVING SPOON - HEISE
Silver

Bargentum  
1068815   $85.00

ELEGANT DANISH SERVING SPOON - HEISE
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Nordic silver of the 20th Century is in a class of its own – attempts to copy it seem to fall short. This spoon embodies the the frequent simplicity of plain and flat surfaces relieved by something organic and sculptural often encountered in modern Danish patterns. The handle's length and width are emphasized by a sharp, straight line down the center, terminating with a curved, bowl of flowers. The shape of the bowl echoes the curves of the flower bowl, which could be sitting atop a... Click for details

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN / ROMANIAN SPOON, CA. 1850
Silver

Bargentum  
1068813   $77.00

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN / ROMANIAN SPOON, CA. 1850
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This was probably a place spoon – larger than English or American counterparts at 9-1/8 inches. The type – a 'reverse tipt' – spoon was made in virtually every silver-producing country in the 19th Century, and fits easily with the city mark for Kronstadt – modern Brasov – for 1850. Kronstadt was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1850, but is now in Romania. With the city mark is the letter N, – it could be a year code, but I have been unable to get the mark closer than ca. 1850... Click for details

8 Sarah and John William Blake Georgian Sterling Spoons

Spoils of Time  
1067644   $465.00

8 Sarah and John William Blake Georgian Sterling Spoons
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A fine set of eight Georgian King's Pattern sterling silver spoons. Marked Sarah and John William Blake, 1815. Excellent condition. Each length about 5 1/2" (13.9cm) and averaging nearly 31 grams each for a total of 247 grams (8.7oz total). Look for our listing of two additional, similar spoons.

WHITING STERLING” LA FRANCE” / “SCROLL & ROSES” CITRUS
Silver

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X1770G   $30.00

WHITING STERLING” LA FRANCE” / “SCROLL & ROSES” CITRUS
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This lovely Whiting sterling pattern has only recently been identified as “La France,'' having previously been known as “Roses and Scroll” or whatever the viewer might choose. It doesn't seem to have been a full line pattern, but one that people are often drawn to. The handle shows a softening of the pattern and is punctuated by a shallow N monogram. The pointed bowl has light but even remnants of gold wash with a small and very shallow dent that is mentioned for clarity. This citrus... Click for details

San Francisco “Gothic” / “Eureka” Sterling Forks (17)
Silver

Bargentum  
1065699   $50.00

San Francisco “Gothic” / “Eureka” Sterling Forks (17)
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Northern California's silver industry was a natural outgrown of the discovery of silver there in 1849, and several jewelers and silversmiths emigrated to San Francisco to contribute to the new economic wealth that was California's. Several businesses emerged, many making or selling the same patterns in silver. “Gothic” (Reichel, Vanderslice, Koehler & Ritter) and “Eureka” (Schulz & Fischer) were a variation on Gorham's “Cottage” which had been introduced in 1861, and probably... Click for details

J.R. WENDT 'RIBBON' STERLING TEASPOONS (6)
Silver

Bargentum  
1065698   $210.00

J.R. WENDT 'RIBBON' STERLING TEASPOONS (6)
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John R. Wendt trained for his craft in Germany before moving to Boston, and around 1860 to New York in order to provide silver largely to Ball, Black & Co. His patterns were creative and his work excellent. 'Ribbon' was introduced ca. 1870, using a variety of delicate design elements that seem to layer the length of the upper handle like 'ribbons' which are held in place with two bands and terminate under a small bead. Condition is good – there is no softening of the pattern, no bending... Click for details

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