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Gorham Lady Washington Sterling Gravy Ladle
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
860f   $ 80

Gorham Lady Washington Sterling Gravy Ladle
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This 6 3/4" long, 1.9 T. oz., gravy ladle has a shell-shaped bowl that is 2 1/2" wide and 2" front to back. The pattern is Lady Washington by Gorham. This is a low-relief, figural pattern similar in style and period to Tiffany's Renaissance. Lady Washington is easily subject to polishing wear. This suffers none of that. It retains full clarity of detail of the swags, drapery, and central female head that constitute the design. In all other aspects the item is likewise flawless. There is a sc... Click for details

Rare George II Shell-Back Marrow Spoon, E. Coker, 1750
Silver: Sterling

Richards Antiques  
  $485 SOLD

Rare George II Shell-Back Marrow Spoon, E. Coker, 1750
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Marrow scoops are easy to find, though very nice. Marrow spoons are few and far between. This is a shell-back George II marrow spoon by the renowned London silversmith Ebenezer Coker, with the date mark for 1750. It has a nice shell and period block initials on the back. The marks are easily readable which is not the way you always find them on bottom marked pieces. The piece is 8 3/8 inches long and shows a slight bit of tip wear. There are a couple of minor dings in the bowl, but these could b... Click for details

Teaspoon by Kalo
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Gebelein  
4862   $55

Teaspoon by Kalo
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Rounded end, no decoration except hammered finish. Length 6-3/8". No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Mid 19th c. Whiting Dome Top Sterling Punch Ladle
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
821f   $ 465

Mid 19th c. Whiting Dome Top Sterling Punch Ladle
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Stylistically this punch ladle suggests a dating from the mid 1860's. It follows after a fashion most associated with Philadelphia's George Sharp, having a five sided solid wire stem surmounted by a "domed" top. George Sharp's version has a ball top, or finial, whereas this is more disk shaped.

Examples of this pattern are scarce, and when they show up are generally without a maker's identification. This is stamped... Click for details

Good English Sterling Mote Spoon, Hallmarked, c. 1750
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Richards Antiques  
  $300 SOLD

Good English Sterling Mote Spoon, Hallmarked, c. 1750
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Antique English sterling mote spoon dating from around 1750. The only hallmarks are a maker’s mark which I cannot quite make out and a lion passant. The spoon is 5 ¼ inches long and weighs 6.2 dwts Troy. Detailed photos are available and can be emailed on request.

Gorham No. 88 (Lily of the Valley) Ice Cream Server
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
798f   $ 295

Gorham No. 88 (Lily of the Valley) Ice Cream Server
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Also known as No. 88, Gorham's Lily of the Valley is one of that company's earliest line patterns. It was patented in 1870, as indicated by the stamp on this piece. Other marks include the word Sterling and a lion, anchor, G. A popular design since its inception, this remains a favorite among collectors. The design shows to full advantage at the scale of this 8 3/4" long ice cream server. It has a large, arced blade with a central vee. The surface is finished in a gold wash. The backside is ... Click for details

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Watson CHERUB sardine fork
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2012   $35.00

Watson CHERUB sardine fork
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length 5 1/8 inches, weight .68 oz. Troy, excellent condition, no monogram. Watson, which was located just above Providence, RI in North Attleboro, Massachusetts had many fine quality designs. In addition to Cherub, their Lily and "Fruit and Flowers" patterns are both sought after by collectors for the faithful and finely detailed rendering of their subject matter.

Rare Possibly Unique Peter Krider Ladle Rabbit in Bowl
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Richards Antiques  
  $600

Rare Possibly Unique Peter Krider Ladle Rabbit in Bowl
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Rare and possibly unique large Queen's pattern sterling ladle by the renowned Philadelphia silversmith Peter L. Krider with beautiful aesthetic style engraving in the bowl and a perky rabbit at the bottom. Dating from about 1880, it measures 12 inches in length and is in virtually mint condition. The pattern is double struck, and there is a finely executed script monogram below the anthemion at the top. The ladle is quite heavy, 6 troy ounces and 13 pennyweights.

Gorham NUREMBERG berry spoon
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2008   $275.00

Gorham NUREMBERG berry spoon
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gilt bowl, no monogram, fine condition, length nine inches, weight 2.74 oz. Troy.

Bright Cut Sterling Gravy Ladle with Gold Bowl
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
773f   $ 55

Bright Cut Sterling Gravy Ladle with Gold Bowl
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This 7 1/4" long, just under 1.5 T. oz., gravy ladle is a pristine example of late 19th century silver craft. It is a bright cut floral and leaf design set on a matte finish ground. The slightly ovoid bowl also has a matte surface with gold vermeil. There is a script "A.J." monogram on the otherwise plain backside of the handle. Marks are the retailer's name, Whitney & Co., and Sterling.

Watson Art Nouveau Orchid Sterling Cream Ladle
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
766f   $ 55

Watson Art Nouveau Orchid Sterling Cream Ladle
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This cream ladle is a delicate 5" long and weighs .9 T. oz. It is a cream ladle made by Watson in the Orchid pattern. This is an Art Nouveau design first offered in 1902. It was one of the most successful of a number of successful Watson floral designs of the period. It has a highly textured surface, and expresses all the fluidity that so characteristics the genre. It is in excellent condition and without a monogram or removal. Marks are the Watson pennant emblem and the word Sterling.

Whiting Bright Cut Sterling Sugar Sifter
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
757f   $ 95

Whiting Bright Cut Sterling Sugar Sifter
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This solid sterling silver sugar sifter made by Whiting dates c. 1885. It has a "Reverse Tipt" handle that is decorated with bright cut engraving on the front. This incorporates two flowers and leaves along with other details. The upper floral arcs around the top end of the handle and may be a fuchsia. The overall length of the piece is 6 11/16", while the four-lobed bowl is 2 1/4" in diameter. The weight is just under 1.4 T. oz. The bowl is pierced and finished in a gold wash. There is a... Click for details

Sheaf-of-wheat sterling punch ladle
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

North Hill Antiques  
1009   $1250

Sheaf-of-wheat sterling punch ladle
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No maker's mark, but it's safe to assume that Gebelein was responsible for this piece, c1920. It is, of course, marked STERLING. The sheaf and sickle design is quite similar to the original of 100 years earlier, but differs somewhat in the details. This ladle is 13-3/4" long and weighs 6-1/2 Troy oz. It has high square shoulders, with double pouring lips on the bowl. It has never been engraved. Condition is minty. Repro or not, this is an imposing piece of silver.

Gorham Rosette Sterling Preserve Shell
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Old Friends  
670e   $ 60

Gorham Rosette Sterling Preserve Shell
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Gorham's Rosette is an early line pattern for that company, patented in 1868 as indicated by the stamp on the reverse (other marks are lion, anchor, G and the word Sterling).

It is a straightforward design, taking its name from the single rosette set in the lower portion of the handle. It has a lined border and angular end that is tipped with fan, scrolling and stylized acanthus leaf detailing. ... Click for details

Bright-Cut Gorham Sterling Chrysanthemum Ladle
Silver: Sterling

Bargentum  
X2387A   $50

Bright-Cut Gorham Sterling Chrysanthemum Ladle
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The Chrysanthemum pattern was introduced by Gorham in 1885, together with many other bright-cuts that were emerging at that time. The bright-cut pieces were hand-engraved – no two are exactly alike, and were labor intensive. The bowl of this attractive sauce ladle has chrysanthemums engraved in the acid-etched bowl as well. There are no monograms or removals, scratches or bends or dings. The length is just under 6 inches (hard to measure!) and the weight is 34 grams. The mark is the Gorham ... Click for details

Durgin IRIS pap spoon
Silver: Sterling: Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1989   $90.00

Durgin IRIS pap spoon
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length 6 1/4 inches, weight 1.12 oz. Troy, monogrammed (reverse) with three letter conjoined script, excellent condition, retailed by Boston's own late lamented Bigelow Kennard & Co. In the sad event that you've been eating pap with a stainless steel utensil, click your mouse, send us an email, and get something proper...

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