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Chased Bowl A. & W. Wood "Honeysuckle" Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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2407f   On Hold

Chased Bowl A. & W. Wood
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The pattern on this 8 3/4" long, just under 1.8 T. oz., c. 1860, coin silver berry spoon is "Honeysuckle" made by A.& W. Wood of New York City. It is stamped "A.C. Benedict 28 Bowery" for the NYC retailer.

It is a particularly elegant piece. The bowl has a crimped and scalloped edge with a chased and engraved, gold washed, interior.

The handle is of a scale that shows the details of the pattern to advantage. It is engraved "Maggie" in handsome, embellished lettering.

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Farrington & Hunnewell "Olive" Coin Silver Shell Bowl Ladle
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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2393f   $185.00

Farrington & Hunnewell
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An intermediate size, less than a full length soup and significantly larger than a gravy, this 9 3/8" long, substantial weight at 3.2 T. oz., piece may be a not-so-commonly found oyster or bouillon ladle.

The pattern is "Olive," a popular mid 19th century design, which in this case made by Boston's "Farrington & Hunnewell," whose "lion, F&H, bust" pseudo hallmark appears on the backside of the handle.

It has a particularly appealing 2 3/4" diameter, 3/8" deep, scallop shell bowl.

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Joseph Seymour Figural "Prairie Flower" Coin Silver Sugar Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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2368f   $45.00

Joseph Seymour Figural
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A rarely found figural pattern much in the manner of "Medallion," "Prairie Flower was produced c. 1865 by Joseph Seymour of Syracuse, New York.

A classical looking figure surrounded by drapery and ivy detailing surmounts the handle tip while the center of the handle portrays a bellflower and additional ivy leaves.

This example is a 6" long, .8 T. oz., sugar spoon. The bowl is large, 2" by 1 1/2", and is uniquely shaped. It is something of an embossed double scallop form.

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Wm. Brady, Harrisburg, Twist Handle Coin Silver Large Beef Fork
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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Wm. Brady, Harrisburg, Twist Handle Coin Silver Large Beef Fork
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Stamped "Brady," "Harrisburg," and "Coin," this c. 1860 fork measures 9 1/8" long and weighs approximately 1.7 T. oz. Brady was a retailer; it likely has a Philadelphia origin.

It has four splayed tines characteristic of a beef fork, but exceptionally large.

The tine area has hooked and scalloped shoulders. The central portion of the stem is twisted, while the end is flat and also has a scalloped outline.

The entire front of the piece is extensively engraved and bright cut in a... Click for details

Gorham "Josephine" Coin Master Butter Knife with Engraved Blade
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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2354f   $55.00

Gorham
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Solid silver, and with a flat blade and handle, this 6 3/4" long, 1.2 T. oz., master butter knife is stamped "Gorham & Co.," dating it 1852-65. Other marks include "Coin" and "Patent 1855."

This last identifier is what typically appears with this pattern, which is "Josephine." The leaf design is of the period, with several other makers producing quite similar patterns in the 1850s and 1860s.

The engraving on the blade individualizes this. It is bright cut in a leafy scroll design, and... Click for details

Coin Silver Twist Handle Engine Turned Cheese Knife
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Coin Silver Twist Handle Engine Turned Cheese Knife
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Dating c. 1860, this 7 1/2" long, 1.1 T. oz., cheese knife bespeaks the tastes of its period.

The handle has a twist stem with a broad, flat, pointed antique end with notched sides. This is engraved and engine turned and has a shield reserve with an "F.J.M" monogram.

The blade has five curved prongs at the upper end and like the handle, has an engraved and engine turned surface.

The backside of the piece is plain save for the word "Coin." There is no maker's identifier.

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Albert Coles Twist Handle Coin Silver Olive Spoon-Fork
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Albert Coles Twist Handle Coin Silver Olive Spoon-Fork
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Made by New York's Albert Coles c. 1860, whose three part pseudo hallmark is stamped on the reverse, this coin silver combined olive spoon and fork measures 9 3/4" long and weighs .9 T. oz.

It has a twist stem with a central disk. The spoon on one end is a modified shell form, while the fork has three trident tines. Both the spoon and fork are gold washed and have delicate engraved detailing, as does the central disk set midway along the handle.

It is without a monogram or removal and... Click for details

Durgin "Bow" Flat Handle Coin Master Butter Knife
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

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2306f   $50.00

Durgin
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This "bow," "ribbon," or "knot" ("le cordon") pattern by Durgin and was one of the first line designs of that company.

This example is a 7" long, heavy at 1.5 T. oz., master butter knife. It has a solid silver flat handle and blade with a scalloped upper edge and engraved surface. The handle is inscribed in script "L.C.C. to L.A.C."

It is in very fine estate condition. Apart from light surface scratches on the blade, there are no signs of use, including no bends, burrs, or nicks. ... Click for details

Circa 1860 Twist Handle Philadelphia Coin Soup Ladle
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2274f   $275.00

Circa 1860 Twist Handle Philadelphia Coin Soup Ladle
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This 11 1/2" long, just under 4.2 T. oz., soup ladle incorporates several particularly appealing elements favored in mid 19th century American silver originating in sophisticated urban centers. In that regard, while marked only "Coin," the style of this piece rather conclusively suggests a Philadelphia source such as James Watts or one of his contemporaries.

It has a robust, twisted shank with a broad, scalloped edge, terminal. This is artfully engraved and bright cut in a period design... Click for details

Coin Silver & Mother of Pearl Master Butter Knife
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20141005-03   Sold

Coin Silver & Mother of Pearl Master Butter Knife
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Offered is a fine American coin silver and mother of pearl master butter knife by little-known Philadelphia silversmith Samuel Hartley; his maker's mark is partially overstruck by an incised mark of F.H. See Hollan, page 91 for this exact mark, as the mark on this knife was used in the book. Although Hartley worked most of his career in Philadelphia from about 1818 into the 1860s, he spent a few years in Albany and New York City. This knife is a rare example of a solid mother of pearl handle... Click for details

SUGAR TONGS, A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1825
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Hampton Galleries  
7356   $75.00

SUGAR TONGS, A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1825
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Coin silver sugar tongs by A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, New York (c. 1825), 6-½” long, fiddle pattern with long, thing arms and vertical oval nips, fancy feather script monogram “SCT” on the bend, marked on the inside of each arm “Storm & Son” (script) in shaped conforming punch.

FISH SLICE, Benjamin C. Frobisher, Boston, c. 1825-1830
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Hampton Galleries  
7354B   $285.00

FISH SLICE, Benjamin C. Frobisher, Boston, c. 1825-1830
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Coin silver fish slice by Benjamin C. Frobisher of Boston, Massachusetts (c. 1825-1830), 13” long, 7” asymmetrical blade with fine bright cut decoration around all edges and a bright cut cod fish in the center surrounded by oval and crescent piercings, raised bone or ivory carved handle, marked on back of blade “B. C. Frobisher” in rectangular punch (somewhat rubbed).

Chandless, NYC, "French Thread" Engraved Coin Silver Fish Slice
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2197f   $150.00

Chandless, NYC,
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This 11 5/8" long, weighty at 4.0 T. oz., coin silver fish slice dates c. 1840. It is marked "Chandless" for William Chandless, who is recorded as working on Spring Street in New York City as early as 1838.

The handle is a "French Thread" pattern with an up-turned end, and has an impressive period "CP" monogram on the front. The blade has a raised, scalloped upper edge and a pierced and engraved surface.

The engraving is especially artful, incorporating ivy and acanthus leaf detailing... Click for details

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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2190f   $110.00

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Having a double Philadelphia provenance, this coin silver spoon is marked with James Watts' horse head emblem, and "George M. Bechtel" for the well-known retailer, 1850-60, and later in partnership with George Eno.

It is a substantially sized piece at 9" long and weighing just under 1.5 T. oz. Having a scalloped handle with an engraved surface, it reads as both characteristic for the period and for Philadelphia. The interesting and somewhat singularly styled bowl is melon form with central... Click for details

Early Durgin "Spray" Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
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2170f   $100.00

Early Durgin
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Erroneously attributed by Tere Hagen in her reference work on flatware identification to Reed & Barton, this floral pattern is an early line pattern that was produced by William Durgin. Hagen calls it "Spray" but there is no documentation to that effect. The design features a charming bouquet of flowers, leaves, and grasses tied in a bow.

Examples of this show up in both coin and sterling silver, and only occasionally with the Durgin name or mark. This is stamped "Sterling" and "Pat.... Click for details

15" ladle by Fletcher & Gardiner
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
896   $750.00

15
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This piece was probably made in Philadelphia, c1815-20, after the dynamic duo had left Boston. It has a downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, an oversized drop on the bowl back, and a reverse rib on the back of the handle. Mono is MSA in a feathered script on front of the handle. An oval bowl is 4-14" at its widest point. The ladle is quite hefty -- over 6.5 T oz. Condition is minty.

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