diameter 9 1/4 inches, fine condition, made for Poor Brothers jewellers, North Adams, Massachusetts. Be sure to see the fun facts to know and tell about this engineering wonder in photo number two.
ware plate, diameter 9 1/4 inches, excellent condition, "Home of United Women's Efforts Lynn Women's Clubhouse..." on reverse, retailed by Jones McDuffee & Stratton.
the famous Copley Square landmark designed by H.H. Richardson and immortalized in this the rarest of all calendar tiles, 1896. 4 3/4 by 3 3/8 inches, obverse is in excellent condition, reverse has a few minor chips as shown.
diameter 9 1/4 inches, fine condition, retailed by Jones McDuffee & Stratton. A superb rendition of this grand old railway station, one of the few which is still in use, or for that matter still standing...
length six inches, weight 1.00 Troy ounces, no monogram, excellent condition, retailed by Wendell & Roberts.
Silver scholar and author D. Albert Soeffing describes this portrait as "a rather plain woman," and though it lacks the sophistication of some Medallions, there is a certain undeniable charm to her face. A great entry level item for the budding silver collector, should such a creature still exist...
with applied wirework in the form of a watchspring trailing down into the twist handle. 7 3/8 inches; good condition, no monogram.
with Little Boy Blue and Old Mother Hubbard (check out her schnoz!!) repoussé chased on the handles. The knife (7 3/8 inches) and spoon (5 3/4 inches) are in good although not flawless condition. Both monogrammed "Roger from Auntie" (reverse). Pictured here in detail only; please click the little camera and scroll down to view the photo. Full length image available via email.
length 7 1/4 inches, fine condition, gilt bowl, monogram "EG", weight 1.32 oz. Troy.
length 9 inches, monogrammed "W" & "D" obverse Old English, gilt tines and bowl, exceptional untouched condition with original factory applied oxidation (please see photos three and four).
8 3/4 inches, good weight, excellent condition, monogrammed "LES" (script, front).
length 6 7/8 inches, monogrammed "T", fine condition, early mark (see fourth photo).
length 8 3/4 inches, monogrammed "C" (script, obverse), excellent condition, early "patent applied for" mark. Arguably the most commonly recast piece in the history of silver flatware, we are pleased to offer a rare original.