Pierced, decorated and engraved bowl. Early Stone mark. Length 7". Weight 1.5 troy ounces. The monogram is an Old English H. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Berry chasing, tipt on back, no drop. Length 6-1/4". Weight 18 dwt. No monogram. Mark and overall condition are excellent.
Rounded end, tipt on back, drop. Length 11-1/2". Weight 2.85 troy ounces. The monogram is a crest and a script MLW. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Marked twice D.V.VOORHIS in a rectangle, plus an eagle with a shield on its chest, in a diamond cartouche. Bright cut, modeled drop, tipt on back. Length 9". Weight just over 2 troy oz. each. Lengthwise script monogram LAC in a reserve. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good (one spoon has the mark rubbed at one end, the other spoon with mark rubbed at the other end).
Separate press-on lid, slightly domed. Gold wash inside. Length 2-3/16". Width 1-5/8". Height 13/16". Weight 1.4 troy ounces
Fiddle shell; also a shell on the heel. Chamfered fins. Length 11-7/8". Weight 3.6 troy ounces. The monogram is a lengthwise script JAJ. Mark and overall condition are excellent (very slight tip wear).
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #471697 (stock #2765)
Downturned handles with rounded ends, drops. Length 5-3/4". The monogram on the top of the handle is a block B(pellet)L. Overall condition is very good (moderate bowl wear); mark condition is excellent.
Coffin end. Downturned handles, no drops, not tipt. Length 6". Script monogram LC. Condition of marks is fair to good. Overall condition is excellent.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #463135 (stock #544)
Bright cut. Downturned handles, tipt, incised pointed arch drop. Length 5-13/16". The monogram is a block C/SW on the top of the handle. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century : Pre 1837 VR item #431407 (stock #1592)
Marked M.P in a rectangle, plus three pseudohallmarks (anchor, star, head facing right). Maltby Pelletreau, New York, circa 1830. Bust and name are near end of handle. Shell on heel. Double swell, rounded fins. Length 5-7/8". No monogram. Mark condition very good to good-. Overall condition is good- because the bust of Washington is rubbed.
Marked C and 3 pseudohallmarks, each in a rectangle. Rare. First half of 19th century. Fiddle, upturned handles with sharp fins, tipt. Length 7-7/8". Total weight 11-3/4 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Marked STERLING (winged hammer) HAND WROUGHT. Hammered finish on handles. Length of fork 9-1/8"; of spoon 9-3/8". Weight 5 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall & mark condition are excellent.
Four pieces: tray (wood bottom),kettle-on-stand, teapot, creamer. All except the creamer are by L&S;Birmingham, England; 1905. The creamer is by AM&Co, Birmingham, 1956.
The holes in the piercing form a floral design. The maker appears to be ST (not sure of the T). Length 5-1/4". Bowl diameter 3-13/16". Weight 2.9 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is also excellent except that the maker's mark is somewhat rubbed.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #473378 (stock #A3980)
Downturned handles with rounded ends, long drop. Length 5-3/4". Script monogram J. Overall condition is excellent (bowl tips near mint); condition of the marks varies from very good to good.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #473489 (stock #880)
Downturned handles with oval ends; modeled drops. Length 9". Weight 2.2 troy ounces each. The script monograms on both spoons are a large L above ALG. On the backs are script monograms NGH/MWH. Reputedly for Loring, Gay, and Howard families. Overall condition of the spoons is excellent. Mark condition is good-.
Each piece dispenses salt at one end and pepper at the other. On four ball feet. "SALT" and "PEPPER" engraved at the ends on the top of each piece. Lids removable to add salt and pepper. Length 1-7/8". Width 7/8". Height 1-1/2". Weight of the pair is 2 troy ounces. Both pieces are marked incuse STERLING MHJ. Mark and overall condition are excellent (small dents in some of the ball feet).
Pull-off pierced lid with finial. Applied molded ring base. Height 6-3/4". Diameter of base 2-13/16"; of body 2". Weight 6-1/2 troy ounces. The monogram on the side is HALDOTE - PA/CHRISTMAS 1913 (Haldote a first name?). Mark and overall condition are excellent (small base dent, some fire scale).