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Alvin "Old Orange Blossom" Original Sterling Silver Large Berry Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4459f   $215.00

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A large, 9 1/4" long, and robust, approximately 3.8 T. oz., item, this berry spoon is an early example of Alvin's 1905 Art Nouveau "Old Orange Blossom" pattern, informally known as "OOB."

Early pieces distinguish themselves from later ones and reproductions by their exceptionally fine detail and finish. In addition, the handle is up-tipped, while later made pieces had flat handle ends.

Additionally, the marks, Alvin's three part emblem, "Sterling," and "Patent," are finely rendered and a... Click for details

Shiebler "Kenilworth" Medallion Large Sterling Silver Pie Server
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4458f   $165.00

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Taking its name from the novel by Sir Walter Scott, "Kenilworth" originated with Albert Coles in the 1860s who made it in both coin and sterling silver, and was subsequently produced by George Shiebler, as evidenced by this large, 9 7/8" long, approximately 3.1 T. oz. pie or pastry server marked with Shiebler's "winged S" emblem and "Sterling" on the handle reverse.

Classified as a "Medallion" pattern by D. Albert Soeffing in his foundational work on this design genre, he cites a May 8, 1895... Click for details

Dominick & Haff "New King" Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4457f   $62.00

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A design inspired by English antecedents, Dominick & Haff's 1898 "New King" is a one of the most impressive of the myriad renditions of this motif produced by American makers. It employs a robust amount of detailing, all well-balanced and set in high relief.

D&H was known for heavy pieces and that carries through to this 4 3/4" long, weighty at 1.8 T. oz., pair of sugar tongs with an Old English "A" monogram on the arch and finely articulated talon grips.

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William Gale 1865 "Gothic" Sterling Silver Presentation Goblet
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

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4456f   $315.00

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Handsome and commanding, this 6 1/8" tall, 5.0 T. oz., goblet or chalice reflect the Gothic Revival design style popular in its 1860s period.

It stands on a multi-tiered base that is joined to the stem with a faceted fitting. The bowl is 3 3/4" in diameter, 2 1/4" deep, and has an applied rim.

It is stamped on the underside, "Wm. Gale & Son," for the renowned New York City maker (and retailer), along with "Sterling 925."

Likely a birth or baptismal gift, it is inscribed in fancy leaf... Click for details

Arthur Stone "Coffin End" Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4455f   $115.00

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A relatively large item, this gravy ladle measures 7" long, has a 2 1/2" by 2" by 3/4" deep, oval bowl, and weighs just under 2.3 T. oz.

Fashioned in an Arts & Crafts manner, it was produced by Arthur Stone whose "Stone and hammer - Sterling" symbol, along with a benchman's "B" for Charles W. Brown, or possibly George Blanchard, appears on the handle reverse.

The angular "Coffin End" handle was one of Stone's early designs, first issued in 1910.

A plain piece, i.e. never monogrammed or... Click for details

William Gale & Son "Leaf" 1856 Coin Silver Table Serving Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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4453f   $48.00

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A popular 1850s design, the leaf form on this 8 5/8" long, 1.9 T. oz., coin silver spoon was made by several makers with slight variation, including William Gale & Son who produced this piece, Gorham whose pattern was named "Josephine," and Henry Hebbard.

The leaf appears on the handle end front and back sides, in elaborated manner on the reverse heel of the bowl, and in smaller stylized form on the front join with the bowl.

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Cut Glass Sugar and Creamer with Sterling Silver Bases
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

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4452f   $52.00

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A matched pair, this set consists of a 3 1/4" tall by 5 1/4" maximum diameter handle tip to handle tip sugar bowl, and a 4 1/4" tall by 4" maximum width cream pitcher.

The bodies are clear glass fitted with blown and applied handles. They are cut in a frosted floral and leaf design on front and backsides.

The bases are sterling silver and so marked, with each one measuring the same 2 1/4" across and standing 3/8" high. These are tiered and feature a repeating gadroon design.

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Gorham Art Nouveau "Fleury" Sterling Silver Sauce Ladle
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4451f   $48.00

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A charming floral design that portrays a detailed array of flower blossoms and leaves, Gorham's "Fleury" is a late Art Nouveau design dating from 1907.

This example is 5 1/2" long, relatively weighty at approximately 1.2 T. oz., sauce or cream ladle.

It has a scalloped heel bowl with a bright gold wash on the interior.

The handle is engraved with a flowing script "ECP" monogram on the handle front.

In mint estate condition, the pattern detail remains crisp and well-defined, and there... Click for details

Whiting "Lily" Original Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon No Monogram
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4450f   On Hold

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An early production example of Whiting's Art Nouveau "Lily," this 5 3/4" long, 1.2 T. oz., sugar spoon is marked with the company's "lion" emblem, "Sterling," "Pat. 1902," "R'D 1902," and a Gothic letter "O," all appropriate to its age.

It has the stylized scalloped edge, shell-shaped bowl used with this line, which in this instance retains a portion of an original gold finish.

Never monogrammed, this remains in outstanding condition. It is free of polishing wear, retaining the fine line... Click for details

Pelletreau, Bennett & Cook "French Thread" Crested Coin Silver Fork
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

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4449f   $75.00

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Born in Southampton, Long Island, New York in 1791, Maltby Pelletreau established himself as a well-regarded silversmith in New York City, with links to Charleston, South Carolina.

Engaged in several partnerships, the one identified on this 6 5/8" long, weighty at 1.8 T. oz., tea or dessert fork marked "P.B & C" along with a "lion, bust, C" pseudo hallmark is Pelletreau, Bennett & Cook, 1823-28.

The connection with South Carolina is through the corresponding firm of Bennett & Cook(e),... Click for details

Carson & Hall, Albany c. 1815, Coin Silver Table or Serving Spoon x 2
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

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4445f   $65.00

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Born in 1785 in Albany, New York, sources indicate that Thomas H. Carson was working as a silversmith in that city in 1810 and in partnership there with Green Hall 1814-19.

This lengthy, 8 7/8" long, 1.9 T. oz., serving spoon is stamped with the "C&H" mark indicating that partnership.

The form is consistent with the period. The handle is plain front with a rounded end and a midrib on the backside and a plain drop on the heel of the bowl.

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Aesthetic Engraved c. 1880 Sterling Silver Pickle Knife
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4444f   $46.00

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A 7 1/8" long, just over .9 T. oz., this item is emblematic of its c. 1880 period.

Marked only "Sterling" and "27" on the otherwise plain backside, the maker is unidentified and neither the shape of the blade and handle, nor the particular engraving is definitive as they are singular.

Decidedly "Aesthetic," i.e. "Eastlake," in mode, the bright cut and wriggle work engraving portrays ferns, grasses, flowers, along with non-representational detailing.

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Wood & Hughes "Marguerite" Large Bowl Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4442f   $46.00

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Issued in 1880, and similar in style to a number of immediately preceding Moresque patterns produced by Wood & Hughes, "Marguerite" is more truly representational than its 1870s antecedents.

It features a pair of large daisy blossoms from which the pattern takes its name at the end of the handle above the shield reserve, with other, finely rendered, smaller blooms, leaves, and scrolls along the lower portion of the handle, front and back sides.

It measures 6 7/16" long and weighs just over... Click for details

Durgin Chased Floral Sterling Silver Pap or Orange Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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4441f   $26.00

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The raised multi-floral, centering on a rose, design on this 5 3/4" long, .8 T. oz., spoon is an unnamed although documented Durgin pattern, dating from the late 19th century, as indicated by the "Pat. Mch. 3. 91." stamped on the backside heel of the bowl (although the patent date apparently references the bowl and not the pattern, as the same date appears on this example in other Durgin designs).

The company "D" emblem and "Sterling" appear on the otherwise plain handle reverse.

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Fine Set of Three Crested Coin Silver Spoons - An Interesting Armorial
Silver : Coin Silver

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20201214-02   $65.00

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Offered is a set of three American coin silver teaspoons circa 1835-50, judging by the marks from the Buffalo, NY area, engraved with a great armorial of an arm grasping a pennant or signal flag that displays three pellets or balls; this could be a family armorial, or an insignia associated with a military unit such as an artillery company. These spoons measure about six inches in length and the three weigh about 50 grams altogether. Condition is very good overall, with one spoon having a very... Click for details

Georgian Irish Stuffing Spn w/Stewart Armorial of Pelican In Its Piety
Silver : Sterling

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20201214-01   $165.00

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Offered is a lovely Irish Georgian sterling silver hash spoon or stuffing spoon by noted Dublin silversmith Samuel Neville, and fully hallmarked (in a spot on the piece that is transitional) for Dublin, 1803 (or just possibly 1799). The prominent feature of this excellent serving piece is the armorial of a pelican in its piety, feeding its chicks with its own blood in the nest. This armorial is associated with the Stewart/Stuart clans of Ireland and elsewhere in the UK. This platter spoon... Click for details

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