Attractive miniature chair (can't get picture in focus). Mark under seat is Isle of Man, after 1896. Enameled seat is of woman in red and white, man in blue costume, with green grass or carpet and light blue background. High pierced back on chair. Height 2-1/4". No monogram (no place for one). Mark and overall condition are excellent except that one of four drops is missing from the back of the chair.
With woven lanyard. Marked incuse W&H STERLING. Length 5-1/2" Weight 9 dwt. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Foliate and bird chasing. Stemmed, applied ring foot. Height 3-1/8". Top diameter 1-5/8"; base 1-1/2". Weight 1.3 troy ounces. The monogram is a crest in a shield-shaped reserve. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Oval thread. Length 9-3/8". Weight 2.4 troy ounces. Script monogram on back of handle says Stevens. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Marked SS (Sunshing) in a rectangle and 3 pseudohallmarks. Inkwells? Height 1-1/2". Diameter 1-1/2". Weight of the pair 3.4 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Downturned fiddle, rounded end. Fork has 3 tines, the outer ones shaped. Length 10-1/4". Total weight 5.6 troy ounces. The monogram on the top of the handle is an Old English F.
Sterling handles, steel blades. Corn otif on handles. Arrow-shaped blades. In a box. Length 2-7/8". No monogram. Overall condition excellent. Mark condition "sterling" excellent to good. For the person who already has everything.
Fiddle thread. Length 13-3/4". Weight 7-1/2 troy ounces. The monogram is an Old English L.D.L. lengthwise. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good.
Marked PATENT PALMER BACHELDERS&CO PURE COIN. Engraving in bowl. Length 9-1/8". Bowl length 3-1/2";width 2-3/4". Weight 2.9 troy ounces. There is an Old English F monogram on the back of the handle. Mark and overall condition are excellent (slight roughness on left edge of bowl).
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #847277 (stock #4626)
Bright cut, drops, oval end. Length 5-3/8". Lengthwise script monogram AEM. Overall and mark condition are excellent. Full name mark BAYLEY plus pseudohallmark of a bird. Bayley died in 1799.
Four tines, the left one shaped. Upturned handle, pointed end, hammered finish. Length 8-1/2", weight 2.2 troy ounces. The monogram is an intertwined GH. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Hammered finish; thumb grip on hinged lid; cutout in lid for spoon. Marked HAND BEATEN/L (script capital L in a diamond)/STERLING/1496. Height to top of thumb grip 3-1/4"; height of body 2-1;2"; diameter of top 2-3/8". Weight 3.8 troy ounces. Old English monogram on the front: CDL. Needs glass liner, otherwise overall and mark condition are excellent.
"Bright cut" with vines. Marked RD in a rectangle. Length 5-3/4". Weight 1.4 troy ounces. The monogram is a block LLS at the bow. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Hinged lid with spoon cutout, finial; single scroll handle. By Dominick & Haff, New York, circa 1882. Height to top of finial 2-1/4". Maximum horizontal dimension 3-1/2". Width 2-3/4". Weight 3-1/2 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition is excellent.
Downturned handle, pointed end, drop. Length 6". The monogram is a script JSD for John and Sarah Derby (he was son of Elias Hasket Derby). Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Top of blade engraved, scalloped edge around three sides. Handle has bead design on both sides. Length 12-3/16". Blade length 6-3/16"; width 2-1/2". Weight 4.45 troy ounces. The monogram on the top of the blade is an Old English EP in an elliptical reserve. This is for Elizabeth Parsons who married Dr. George Derby in Cambridge, MA in 1864. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Downturned handle with oval end, incised arch drop. Mark is incuse. Length 9-5/8". Weight 1.85 troy ounces. The monogram is a script LH(?). Mark and overall condition are excellent (bowl tip is mint).
Bright cut. Downturned handles tipt on back, pointed drops. Length 5-1/8". Block letter monogram M(pellet)B(pellet)M. Overall condition is very good. Condition of the mark is excellent.