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BASKET OF FLOWERS tablespoon, Stebbins & Howe
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1654   $90.00

BASKET OF FLOWERS tablespoon, Stebbins & Howe
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length 8 5/8 inches, some slight wear to high points but fine overall condition, monogram EAG script with flourishes, shell drop, weight 1.47 oz. Troy.

Gorham Art Nouveau belt buckle, Oak leaf motif
Silver : Sterling : Smalls

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1650   $450.00

Gorham Art Nouveau belt buckle, Oak leaf motif
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model B1925, probably a Codman design, 3 by 2 3/8 inches, heavy, finely cast and in untouched original condition. A museum quality object.

Coffin-end dessert spoon, c1810, with new attribution
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
272   $95.00

Coffin-end dessert spoon, c1810, with new attribution
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Marked PITMAN in serrated rectangle, one of the marks used by Saunders Pitman of Providence. Yet Saunders died in 1804 - he couldn't have made this spoon. Then who? His son, John K. Pitman, who was trained by his dad, worked with his pop, and simply continued to use the "family punch." Son Pitman is listed in the Flynt & Fales tome on New England silversmiths, but no mark is attributed to him. This is it! Plus, probably, all the other marks attributed to Saunders. You can figure out who... Click for details

ten FIDDLE THREAD hollow handle all silver tea knives
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1647   $495.00

ten FIDDLE THREAD hollow handle all silver tea knives
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length 7 5/8 inches, monogrammed "F.E. Dean", maker J.B. & Co (possibly Jones Ball & Co, Boston circa 1850). Most of the handles have the usual pinprick dents which one might expect in knives from this period; two have some larger dings which we've shown in photo number five. The blades are in fine condition.

long, elegant spot-hammered olive fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1641   $65.00

long, elegant spot-hammered olive fork
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length just shy of ten inches, superb condition, gilt tines, marked only "Black Starr & Frost STERLING" but probably by Dominick & Haff, monogrammed "PM" (script, reverse) perhaps in honor of the cocktail hour...

Frank Smith NEWPORT SHELL lemonade spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1638   $65.00

Frank Smith NEWPORT SHELL lemonade spoon
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Picture yourself out on the deck, nursing a pitcher of sangria and bemoaning the state of the economy. But wait, something is missing-- an elegant spoon to keep the lemon rinds from plopping into your drink!! Think ahead, click the mouse, order one up. Don't be caught in such a sorry state...

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2 Teething rings
Silver : Sterling : Smalls

Gebelein  
4559   $95.00

2 Teething rings
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One with 2 bells, one marked Tiffany&Co. and sterling, the other just marked sterling. The other teething ring has one bell, marked sterling. The rings are mother-of-pearl. The diameter of one ring is 2-1/8", the other 1-11/16". No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Centerpiece bowl by Meriden Brittania; CT; circa 1890's
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4554   $860.00

Centerpiece bowl by Meriden Brittania; CT; circa 1890's
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Sterling. Elliptical with ornate applied decoration. Length 15-3/4"; width 11-1/2"; Height 2" at ends. Weight 21.1 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent. Could be used as a large bread tray.

Gorham BUST punch ladle
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1637   $1,650.00

Gorham BUST punch ladle
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length 13 1/2 inches, weight 5 oz Troy, no monogram. Concerning condition, the handle is ever so slightly off vertical and there are some very minor dents in bowl (please see fourth photo). Both of these issues are difficult for my eye to detect, so I do not feel that they need to be addressed. The bust looks pretty much the way it did when this item left the factory in Providence some hundred forty odd years ago. Last but not least, feel free to use Google Product Search© and compare... Click for details

Coin WATER PITCHER, Jones Shreve Brown & Co. (1854)
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
6792B   $1,295.00

Coin WATER PITCHER, Jones Shreve Brown & Co. (1854)
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Coin silver water pitcher, Jones Shreve Brown & Co., Boston (c.1854), 10" tall to top of handle, 8-1/2" to top of lip, 4-5/16" diameter of base, pear-shaped body with large beading around lip, thin arching pouring spout, hollow S-shaped handle, no monogram, stepped pedestal foot, marked underneath JONES, SHREVE, BROWN & CO." incuse on one side of center point and "PURE COIN" and "BOSTON" in rectangular punches on the other side, while many larger pitchers weigh too much when full, this pitcher... Click for details

Child's spoon by Gorham
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
4546   $30.00

Child's spoon by Gorham
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Handle bent back on itself. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Tongs by Erickson, 20th C.
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Gebelein  
4553   $150.00

Tongs by Erickson, 20th C.
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Handwrought. Fiddle, large grips. Length 6-1/4". Weight 2.65 troy ounces.The monogram is a block NM (could be erased). Overall and mark condition are excellent.

SUGAR or ICE TONGS, Storm & Wilson, Poughkeepsie 1802
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Hampton Galleries  
7036A   $195.00

SUGAR or ICE TONGS, Storm & Wilson, Poughkeepsie 1802
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Coin silver sugar or ice tongs, Storm & Wilson, Poughkeepsie, New York (c. 1802-1818), 8 1/8" long (oversized), oval nips, no shoulders, to 4 1/4" very thin arms to rectangular panels on arms, script monogram "SB", marked on each arm "S.& WILSON" in serrated rectangle.

Coin Silver SOUP LADLE, John Burt Lyng, NY City (1770)
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Hampton Galleries  
7033A   $3,500.00

Coin Silver SOUP LADLE, John Burt Lyng, NY City (1770)
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Coin silver soup ladle, John Burt Lyng, New York City (c. 1770), 13 7/16" long 3 1/2" circular bowl with unusual applied feather edge band around lip, unusual broad drop with feather edge around edges, arching downturned handle tipt on back with heavy feather edge down sides, block letter monogram "D" over "W S" on front, marked "LYNG" in serrated rectangular punch and "N YORK" in rectangular punch.

Basket of Flowers Tblspn, N Harding, Boston, (1830-60)
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
6999G   $110.00

Basket of Flowers Tblspn, N Harding, Boston, (1830-60)
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Coin silver tablespoon, N. Harding & Co., Boston Massachusetts (c.1830-1860), 9" long, full bowl, broad drop, chamfered shoulders, downturned fiddle handle with crisp Basket of Flowers impressed at the top, marked "N.HARDING & CO" incuse.

Strainer, London 1762
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
4548   $495.00

Strainer, London 1762
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The holes in the piercing form a floral design. The maker appears to be ST (not sure of the T). Length 5-1/4". Bowl diameter 3-13/16". Weight 2.9 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is also excellent except that the maker's mark is somewhat rubbed.

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