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RARE MUSTARD CASTER, Abner Reeder, Trenton, NJ (c. 1800)
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Hampton Galleries  
7382B   $1875.00

RARE MUSTARD CASTER, Abner Reeder, Trenton, NJ (c. 1800)
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Rare mustard caster made by Abner Reeder of Philadelphia and Trenton, New Jersey (c. 1800), 5 1/2" tall, hemispherical bowl on cast splayed molded foot, tight-fitting tall tapering cover, seamed with four engraved panels (two with diaper engraving centering simple holes and two with scroll piercing under snowflake-shaped design of simple holes capped with tear-shaped piercings), bell-shaped finial, marked twice underneath "A.R" (pellet raised) in rectangular punch on each side of center punch.

CHILD'S PORRINGER, Caleb Beal. Hingham, Massachusetts (c. 1775)
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
7382C   $2500.00

CHILD'S PORRINGER, Caleb Beal. Hingham, Massachusetts (c. 1775)
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Rare coin silver child’s porringer made by Caleb Beal of Hingham, Massachusetts (c. 1775), 4 1/16" diameter at rim, 2 3/4 at base, 1 3/4" deep, everted rim, keyhole handle with feather script monogram "ER" on front, clearly marked on back of handle "BEAL" in conforming rectangular punch.

WATER PITCHER, 7385 Baldwin & Co., Newark, NJ (c. 1841)
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
7386   $1,750.00

WATER PITCHER, 7385 Baldwin & Co., Newark, NJ (c. 1841)
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Coin silver water pitcher by Baldwin & Co. of Newark, New Jersey (c.1841), 11 1/4" tall to top of handle, 10 1/4" to top of lip, bulbous body on four cast splayed feet, body vertically lobed in six panels, wide pouring spout, C-shaped hollow handle with thumb grip, no monogram, marked underneath "BALDWIN & CO," and "MANUFACTURERS" in opposite crescent punches, "NEWARK, N.J." in rectangular punch in between other punches, with horsehead and crowned leopard head punches.

EARLY CREAMER, Thomas Hammersley, NYC (c. 1750)

Hampton Galleries  
7368   $1,750.00

EARLY CREAMER, Thomas Hammersley, NYC (c. 1750)
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Early creamer made by Thomas Hammersley in New York City (c.1750), 3 3/4" tall at top of handle, 3 1/2" tall to top of lip, 2 3/16" diameter of base, inverted pear-shaped body on high applied splayed round foot, with slightly scalloped rim and high curved pouring spout punched to simulate beading, handle is cast with unusual long C-shaped piece attached to inverted c-shaped terminal and has an old repair at each terminal, marked twice underneath "TH" (script).

Early Erickson Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Sugar Shovel
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2563f   On Hold

Early Erickson Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Sugar Shovel
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One of the heirs of the legendary Arthur Stone, under whom he apprenticed, sources indicate George C. Erickson established himself in an independent shop in 1932 that was formerly owned by another prominent Gardner, Massachusetts silversmith, Arthur Carlson.

While the Erickson name continues to the present time under the direction of grandson Peter Erickson, the "Erickson Sterling" mark on this 6 1/4" long, just over 1.0 T. oz., sugar shovel, is one that was used by George himself in the... Click for details

International "Duchesse" Sterling Silver Master Butter Knife, Weighty
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2559f   $38.00

International
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The first decades of the 20th century saw a great flowering of flatware designs.

Alas many of these quite impressive patterns have become lost in the abundance of what came after, which may apply to International's "Duchesse" dating from 1907.

It is lavishly styled, vaguely derivative from a "Kings" motif but more embellished. The handle has a shell end surrounded by acanthus leaf detailing and is trimmed with a decorated beveled edge. This whole ensemble of design is repeated on the... Click for details

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Whiting "Ivy" No. 39 Sterling Silver Cream Ladle, Double Spouts
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2558f   $265.00

Whiting
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The naturalistic "Ivy" motif of this c. 1875, 7 7/8" long, approximately 1.2 T. oz., cream or sauce ladle is to be distinguished from Whiting's line pattern of the same name.

The latter was a die struck design originated by Henry Hebbard, while this is a labor intensive, built up, piece made from cast leaves joined to a wire stem that in turn is wrapped with smaller wires made to resemble tendrils. The entire shank and leaves have a matte gold finish.

It is model number "39" according... Click for details

Chased and Engraved 19th Century Sterling Napkin Ring
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Old Friends  
2556f   $48.00

Chased and Engraved 19th Century Sterling Napkin Ring
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Marked "S" and with the model number "530," this 1 3/4" diameter, 15/16" high, relatively solid weight at nearly 1.0 T. oz., sterling napkin ring may have been made by New York's Wood & Hughes who is thought to have used this marking convention.

Dating about 1875 or so, it shows sophisticated decoration.

The heavy rimmed edges are bordered by knurled bands that are nearly 1/8" wide.

There is a fancy, feathered script "LEB" in a central reserve. Either side of the reserve has raised,... Click for details

Quality, Old Gorham "Mythologique" Sterling Silver Place Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2555f   $65.00

Quality, Old Gorham
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The designer of this 7 1/8" long, heavy, just over 2.0 T. oz., Antoine Heller, originated many of Gorham's most celebrated patterns, including this "Mythologique," along with "Versailles," "Cluny," "Fontainebleau," and others. Indeed, in earlier employment with Tiffany, he produced that company's fabled "Olympian" pattern.

His skills and his capacities were Herculean, and that shows in this piece. It portrays one of twenty-four different mythological subjects Heller generated for this... Click for details

Old Kirk "Repousse" Sterling Silver Oyster Cocktail Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2554f   $26.00

Old Kirk
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This 5 3/8" long, weighty, .9 T. oz., seafood or oyster cocktail fork dates circa 1900 as indicated by the "S. Kirk & Son Co. 925/1000" mark on the reverse of the handle.

The pattern is the company's flagship "Repousse" design, with a plain back engraved "GEHH" in script.

It is in immaculate estate condition. The high relief design is free of polishing wear, remaining sharply defined. The tines are flawless, without any nicks, burrs, or bends. The finish has a warm patina.

Cann marked GEBELEIN
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

Gebelein  
5231   $960.00

Cann marked GEBELEIN
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Cann, marked GEBELEIN in a rectangle. 18th Century form. Double scroll handle. Height 5-3/8". Diameter of mouth 3-5/16"; of base 3-3/8". weight 13.6 troy ounces. Script monogra on front HH (not deep, easy to erase). Overall and mark condition excellent.

Whiting "Lily of the Valley" Twist Handle Sterling Butter Fork or Pick
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2551f   $38.00

Whiting
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Whiting produced two variants of a "Lily of the Valley" pattern. One was a full line design, and the other was limited to certain serving forms and smaller pieces.

This 6 1/8" long, approximately .4 T. oz., butter fork or pick is an example of the limited production series.

It has a twisted shank, with a cast rather than die struck cluster of blossoms on the end of the handle. These hang to the side on openwork stems.

The fork end has two splayed tines that have a satin finish and... Click for details

Karl F. Leinonen A&C Hand Hammered Sterling Silver Open Bowl
Silver : Sterling : Hollowware

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2550f   $85.00

Karl F. Leinonen A&C Hand Hammered Sterling Silver Open Bowl
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A highly-regarded name in the early 20th century Arts & Crafts movement, Karl F. Leinonen was long associated with the Boston Handicraft Shop before establishing his own workshop in 1932.

This 1 7/8" high, 4 1/8" maximum diameter, weighty, 4.7 T. oz., flat bottomed, open bowl dates from about then and exhibits all the essential elements of the A&C sensibility.

It has a clean, carefully finished, essential look, with tapered sides that curve inward slightly at the rim. The hand hammering... Click for details

Durgin "Bead" Solid Sterling Silver Waffle or Flapjack Lifter
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2549f   $115.00

Durgin
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Validating the adage about the Victorian table having "an implement for every purpose," this piece is for the singular function of serving waffles, or pancakes aka flapjacks or hotcakes.

It was made by Durgin in its 1893 "Bead" pattern. Solid silver, it measures 7 3/4" long and weighs just over 2.0 T. oz.

The defining feature of the piece lies in its flat, square, 2 3/4" on a side, with clipped corners, serving end. It is completely utilitarian, with nothing quizzical about it as seems... Click for details

William Gale Twist Handle Engraved Sterling Sugar Sifter c. 1865
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

Old Friends  
2546f   $160.00

William Gale Twist Handle Engraved Sterling Sugar Sifter c. 1865
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A well regarded and important name in American silver manufacture for half of the 19th century, William Gale worked by himself and in several partnerships over time. This 7" long, almost 1.4 T. oz., sugar sifter is marked "W. Gale & Son 925 Sterling," which is a pairing that dated 1862-66.

The style is very much of the period. It has a twisted stem with a notched and engraved handle end. This is inscribed with a script "GDS" monogram surmounted by a shield with an emblem inside it that... Click for details

Old Whiting "Lily" Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Butter Fork
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

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2544f   $65.00

Old Whiting
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An early, fully original, piece of Whiting's stand-out Art Nouveau "Lily" pattern, this 6" long, .9 T. oz., butter fork or pick is marked with the Whiting lion logo, "Sterling," "Pat. App. For," and the number "1."

It is in mint estate condition, and without a monogram or removal. Every detail of the intricate pattern remains crisp and sharply defined. The two splayed tines are free of burrs, nicks, or bends. The overall finish is bright and even.

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