North Hill Antiques
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #1147927 (stock #873)
North Hill Antiques
$225.00
Made by E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis -- at 8-7/8" in length, it is a mid-sized ladle suitable for serving soup out of a small crock, or gravy out of a large bowl, or grog out of a middlin'-sized cup, or perhaps it is an oyster ladle used to pluck the briny shellfish out of whatever they are served in. In the event, it is a neat piece, with a pinched-waist fiddle handle, high pointed shoulders and a 2-7/8" oval bowl, and engraved on the front the letters B.C.A.M.A...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1837 VR item #1136264 (stock #884)
North Hill Antiques
$225.00
Best, his 2 brothers and father were early silversmiths in Cincinnati. This spoon was made during the period he was associated with Deterly and Woodruff, from 1815-17. It has a downturnd fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, and is 9-1/2" long. This piece was never engraved. It is in excellent condition with just a touch of tipwear.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #1175579 (stock #868)
North Hill Antiques
$225.00
Single-struck Kings pattern, flared shoulders, scalloped hourglass scoop picturing berries and plant surrounded by brightcut flowers and wrigglework decoration; feathered script monos on reverse, E M K over F C L. Overall length is 8", scoop is 4" x 2-1/2". Weight is over 2 T oz. Condition is excellent. This is a neat piece, perhaps unique.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1800 item #1204961 (stock #108V)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Oval-end handle, reverse tipt, block mono C over P * M on front. Length is 5-1/8". There is some tipwear, as shown. Bird is in pretty good shape.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1800 item #1164714 (stock #101A)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Short front rib, 7-lobe shell drop, never engraved, 3-3/4" long. Only one is marked -- N (pellet) L, as shown. Condition of both is excellent. There were 2 Nathaniels in the Lang family of silversmiths. The first, 1736-64, was the son of Jeffrey; the second, 12757-1824, was the son of Jeffrey's brother, Richard. No doubt, these spoons were made by the second, c1770-80.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1837 VR item #1075144 (stock #474)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Pattern is early, c1830, single-struck on one side only -- short fiddle handle, common in Kirk's fiddlethread work; mono is AAC in a feathered script; length is 7-5/8", weight is just under 4 Troy oz. total. Tinewear most notably on the right side, otherwise condition is excellent.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1800 item #708973 (stock #108H)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Brightcut and roulette work length of handle, shaded feathered script mono R G in cartouche; 5-3/4" long. Condition of spoon is excellent, bird is very good.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1837 VR item #1163789 (stock #897)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Retailed by Nehemiah Bassett, also of Albany -- downturned fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, incised pointed arch drop, feathered script mono C V A on front; 9" in length; each weighs 40 grams. Bird mark, as show in pic, is attributed by McGrew to Green Hall.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Southern : Pre 1900 item #1071738 (stock #695)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Peabody's spoons are distinctive in design --slim oval-end downturned fiddle handles -- nothing quite like them by other makers. This piece has flared shoulders and a short reverse rib. The mono is EB in a feathered script. Length is 5-3/8". Condition is near-mint. This is probably the same John Peabody who worked earlier in Fayetteville, NC. The spoons pictured on p. 125 of "Silversmiths of NC" are not at all similar in design to this piece.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled : Pre 1900 item #354099 (stock #385)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Made by R & W Wilson and shipped west. Forward-tipt fiddle handles with high pointed shoulders; script engraving on front: Ray Co. A. S.; 5-1/4" long. Condition is excellent. A search discloses only one Ray County in the U.S. of A., and that honor belongs to Missouri. Ray Co. is in the western part of the state, not far from Kansas City.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1800 item #665206 (stock #106D)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Oval-end handle with brightcutting and roulette work its entire length (see pic); slashed drop, reverse rib, feathered script mono L F in circular cartouche on front; 5-1/4" long. Excellent condition throughout. A remarkable piece by a rare Albany maker.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled : Pre 1900 item #376895 (stock #363)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Set of 6 forward-tipt fiddle-handled teaspoons with flared shoulders. Feathered script mono J.L.C. on front; 5-7/8" long, excellent condition. NOTE: In putting together the book on North Carolina silversmiths, Cutten assumed that the N.C. following the Hanna mark referred to North Carolina, and that silver found with the mark was made by an unidentified NC smith. Not until some years later did the truth out...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Southern : Pre 1837 VR item #397584 (stock #682)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, feathered script mono A M on front; 9" long. Light tipwear, otherwise fine. Mark is excellent (see pic).
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Southern : Pre 1837 VR item #604485 (stock #663)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Teaspoon with oval-end fiddle handle, flared shoulders, feathered script mono E B on front; 5-3/8" long, excellent condition. Peabody worked first in Fayetteville, NC, beginning in 1823, and by 1836, according to B. Caldwell's "Silversmiths in Tennessee," he was working in Nashville. The shape of Peabody's fiddle is interesting -- perhaps not unique, but well formed, and an interesting shape to hold and contemplate.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1837 VR item #520389 (stock #104B)
North Hill Antiques
$200.00
Brightcutting and roulette work extend two-thirds of the way down arms and around bend; square shoulders, round nips, ornate feathered script A W in cartouche on bend; 6" in length. Condition is near mint.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1800 item #1106334 (stock #108P)
North Hill Antiques
$185.00
Pointed-end handle, c1790 -- reverse rib, feathered script mono F L on front; 5-3/8" long. Condition of this piece, both spoon and bird, is near-mint -- extended bowl tip unworn, even the bird's feathers are intact.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End : Pre 1837 VR item #380787 (stock #264)
North Hill Antiques
$175.00
We come across these small coffin-end ladles -- mustards, gravy, sauce -- from time to time and they all seem to be made in New England, particularly in the City of Providence. It is for that reason (and the lack of any other candidate) that we attribute this neat piece to William Burr (see pix of WB mark). This ladle has a cut-cornered fiddle end and is 5-1/4" long. The mono is C L in feathered script. Condition is excellent throughout.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End : Pre 1837 VR item #357948 (stock #274)
North Hill Antiques
$175.00
Classic coffin-end handle, molded drop, script JC on front; 9-3/8" long, excellent weight. Mint condition, extended bowl tips unworn.
 
member of
CYBERATTIC
Collectibles and Antiques ~ Est. 1996 ©
   
 
a  company  ~ enabling vibrant online markets ©2011