With sinuous curves and whimsical spade-shaped feet, this is truly a little classic of English Art Nouveau silver.
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We're not going to prattle on about how rare it is or how good it is, but you may rest assured that it's both. Aside from a small test mark on the underside (please see fourth photo) the condition is pretty much flawless.
Height 1 3/4; top diameter 4 1/8 inches, weight 3.92 oz. Troy, no monogram, some very minor enamel loss, light scratches and barely visible dents but fine overall condition, unmarked.
Knight was a designer and silversmith who achieved both Craftsman and Master designations from the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts. For similar exampl...
We've checked the big bad auction site, and can't find anything similar there for under one hundred mighty dollars, so if you're a reseller, there's a good chance that you'll be able to make enough on this to buy a minor league sports team, or at the very least a small yacht.
Usually our chief historical officer latches onto such an item like a pit bull on th...
Alas, mainly a decorative item as no hole has been drilled for the spout to function.
Often referred to as "snuff spoons," they may also have been intended for use in children's play. We'll stay safe and simply call them miniature.