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Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Richard H. L. Villard
Silver : Coin Silver

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20140925-01   $37.50

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Richard H. L. Villard
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Offered is a fine Southern coin silver tea spoon by Washington, D.C. watchmaker, jeweler and silversmith Richard H. L. Villard, working in Georgetown in the 1820s and 1830s. He had a shop on Bridge Street (now M Street) in Georgetown. Villard was born circa 1794, probably the third son of French emigre parents Andre and Sophie Villard. Richard's middle initials were probably Henry Lee; a near neighbor of his parents in Westmoreland County, Virginia was named Richard Henry Lee, and the couple... Click for details

Whiting "Radiant" Sterling Silver Berry Serving Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2229f   $125.00

Whiting
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A highly decorative, late 19th century, design, Whiting's "Radiant" presents in an opulent, courtly manner. The handle has a fanned end, which would seem to be the source of the pattern name. Other elements include ribbing, acanthus leaves, and little florettes which might be forget-me-nots.

This example is an 8 1/2" long, very heavy at nearly 3.2 T. oz., berry or serving spoon. It has a generously sized, 3" diameter, 1" deep, eggplant shaped, bowl that has decorated shoulders and a matte... Click for details

Watson "Plymouth" All Sterling Silver Tea Infuser
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2228f   $65.00

Watson
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Essentially a "Bead" pattern, Watson's "Plymouth" dates from 1905 and reflects the sensibilities of the budding Colonial Revival movement of the period. It is double die struck, meaning the design appears on both the front and back sides of the handle.

This example is a 5 3/4" long, 1.3 T. oz., solid silver, tea infuser. It has a flowing script "MAM" monogram engraved on the handle front.

The ovoid bowl is well-constructed and intricately pierced. It has a scroll snap clasp, and the... Click for details

Lunt "Chippendale" Sterling Silver Pierced Olive Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2226f   $40.00

Lunt
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Measuring 6" long and weighing a relatively robust .6 T. oz., this olive spoon is an early production piece bearing the three part Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen mark that was supplanted by the simpler Lunt Sterling" in 1935.

The pattern is "Chippendale," dating from 1910. It has a reticulated handle with a design that is fully consonant with the name. The bowl is pierced and has a flanged rim and pointed tip. "

It is in exceptionally fine condition and without a monogram or removal. There is no... Click for details

Whiting "Grecian" Sterling Shell Bowl Sugar Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2225f   $40.00

Whiting
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This "Grecian" is one of several designs that go by this name. It features a ram's head and a satyr figure. While originated by New York's Henry Hebbard, it became a full line Whiting pattern, and is generally identified with that company.

This 5 7/8" long, just under .7 T. oz., sugar spoon is a Whiting piece, marked with the company's lion, emblem, as well as "Sterling," "Patent 1862," and "1." It has a shell shaped bowl and an Old English "H" monogram.

It is in very good condition. ... Click for details

Tuttle "Windsor Castle" Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2223f   $75.00

Tuttle
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"Windsor Castle" is one of Tuttle's (Boston, Massachusetts) first patterns, introduced in 1929.

This example, a 5 3/4" long, weighty 1.9 T. oz., gravy ladle is coded "HH III" in a crescent, indicating it dates from the third year of Herbert Hoover's presidency, 1931-32, early in the history of the line. Other marks include a tree with a circle of dots around it, and the word "Sterling."

The design is a deeply hand chased acanthus leaf, scroll and starburst motif set on a plain, rounded... Click for details

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Coleman Adler "Madame Begue" New Orleans Souvenir Spoon
Silver : Souvenir Spoons

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2221f   On Hold

Coleman Adler
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Stamped "Coleman E. Adler" for the New Orleans jeweler, along with "Sterling," this 6" long, heavy, just over 1.1 T. oz., souvenir spoon dates from around the turn of the 20th century.

The imagery all references the "Maison de Begue" eatery and includes portraitures of "Monsieur & Madame Begue," scenes of the breakfast room and the "French Market," along with other details. The bowl has a satin matte, gold washed finish.

It is in absolutely mint condition. There is not a bit of wear or... Click for details

Tiffany "Regent" Silverplate Egg Spoon
Silver : Plate

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2220f   $10.00

Tiffany
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Dating from 1884, "Regent" is one of several patterns Tiffany produced in silverplate. The product is consistent with the standard for which the company is known, showing precision of detail, refinement, and a fine finish.

This example is a 4 7/8" long egg spoon with a gold washed, oval bowl. It has an "MLS" script monogram on the handle.

It is in mint estate condition, showing virtually no wear.

Marks are "Tiffany & Co. E.P."

Gorham 1890 "Repousse" Sterling Silver Vase
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

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2219f   $210.00

Gorham 1890
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Model number "1815" as stamped on the underside, and having a date symbol for 1890, this 5" tall vase was made by Gorham, whose "lion, anchor, G" emblem and the word "Sterling" appears along with the other marks. If was originally offered as part of a desk set, according to a Gorham catalog of the period (see image 3).

The main body is 3" in diameter and sits on a rimmed base that is 2" across. The splayed, trumpet-shaped, neck is divided into two sections each bordered by beading. The... Click for details

Hiram Judson, Syracuse NY, c. 1820 Coin Teaspoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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2217f   $15.00

Hiram Judson, Syracuse NY, c. 1820 Coin Teaspoon
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This lengthy, 5 7/8", just over .4 T. oz., coin silver teaspoon is stamped "H. Judson," along with a sunburst emblem, for the Syracuse, New York silversmith and jeweler Hiram Walker, with dates 1792-1868.

It has a plain, round end, and slight mid rib on the backside of the handle. There is a feathered script "EW" monogram on the front. The drop on the bowl is plain.

It is in very good condition. There is minimal polishing wear and the finish has an appealing patina. The bowl is... Click for details

Baldwin Gardiner "Kings" Coin Silver Serving Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

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2216f   $80.00

Baldwin Gardiner
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A prominent name in American silversmithing during the first half of the 19th century, Baldwin Gardiner worked first in Philadelphia then New York City.

This large bowl, 8 3/4" long, very heavy 2.4 T. oz., table or serving spoon bears Gardiner's familiar "B.G" mark along with a pseudo hallmark that McGrew in his work on coin silver manufacturers' marks associates with Jacob Wood and relates to William Forbes, both established NYC producers. The relationship between Gardiner's retail and... Click for details

Old, Mint Estate, Frank Smith "Lion" Sterling Teaspoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2215f   $65.00

Old, Mint Estate, Frank Smith
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Originally produced in 1903, Frank Smith's "Lion" has been reissued in recent years. There are enough differences between the two periods, though, that they are essentially distinct patterns.

The short of it is that the earlier production evidences far more detail and clarity of design than latter pieces.

These distinctions are evident on this 5 3/4" long, just under 1.0 T. oz., teaspoon. Quick distinctions can be seen in the backside, torso area of the lion. On older items this area... Click for details

Reed & Barton "La Splendide" Sterling Asparagus Server
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2214f   $235.00

Reed & Barton
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A fully original, old piece, this asparagus server is solid silver and not a combination of stainless with sterling as newer examples are.

The pattern is is Reed & Barton's "La Splendide" dating from 1902. The high relief design reflects the freedom of form characteristic of Art Nouveau, which was the dominant style mode of the period.

Typical of R&B items in this era, this is robust, measuring 10" long overall and weighing 4.1 T. oz.

It has a flat blade serving end that is... Click for details

Gorham "Japanese" Aesthetic Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2212f   On Hold

Gorham
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Gorham utilized a variety of figural imagery on its 1870 "Japanese" line of flatware. All drew upon Asian or pseudo-Asian design motifs and incorporated numerous details to suggest that association.

This 8 3/4" long, approximately 1.5 T. oz., berry spoon portrays a bird and dragonfly as primary figures, and is one of the several main themes employed by Gorham. Other elements in the composition include bamboo and even pseudo language characters. The background is stippled and some areas of... Click for details

Gorham "Ivy" Sterling Silver Pickle or Pastry Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2211f   $55.00

Gorham
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Dating from the 1860s, "Ivy," aka "Egyptian Ivy," was one of Gorham's earliest full line patterns and has proven enduringly popular.

This example is a 6 1/8" long, approximately .7 T. oz., pickle or pastry fork. The one form mirrored the other in this period, with pickle forks being the older.

It has three tines, the lower one of which is wider than the other two, and with a hooked tip. The bowl is slightly cupped and has scalloped shoulders.

The backside of the handle is plain,... Click for details

Alvin "Raleigh" Large, Pierced Sterling Tomato Server
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2209f   $110.00

Alvin
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Exceptionally large for this form, this fully original, solid silver, tomato server measures 9" long and weighs 2.4 T. oz. It is substantial enough to lend itself to a variety of serving functions beyond its original purpose.

The pattern is Alvin's "Raleigh," issued in 1900. It is a fancy bead and scroll design, with an upturned handle end. The rounded blade has a slightly tapered edge and measures 3 1/2" by 3", has scalloped shoulders and an intricately cut surface.

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