Hampton Galleries
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1837 VR item #1183127 (stock #7331C)
Hampton Galleries
$120.00
Coin silver tablespoon by William H. Whitlock, New York City (c. 1826), 8-15/16" long, full bowl, wide broad drop, chamfered shoulders, downturned fiddle handle, Sheaf of Wheat pattern, large feather script monogram "D" on front, marked "Wm. H. WHITLOCK" in rectangular punch and "1826" incuse.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1837 VR item #1183128 (stock #7331B)
Hampton Galleries
$100.00
Coin silver tablespoon by T. Lord, location unknown (c. 1830-1850), 9" long, full bowl, 12-lobed outlined shell drop, pointed shoulders, downturned fiddle handle, Sheaf of Wheat pattern, feather script monogram "E. Fowler" on front, marked "T.LORD" in rectangular punch.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1837 VR item #1183129 (stock #7331A)
Hampton Galleries
$120.00
Coin silver tablespoon by Davis Palmer & Co., Boston (c. 1841-1846), 8-7/8" long, full bowl, no drop, chamferred shoulders, downturned fiddle handle in Sheaf of Wheat pattern, crisp Sheaf of Wheat and feather script monogram "L" on front, marked "Davis, Palmer & Co." in rectangular punch near bowl.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century : Pre 1837 VR item #1257574 (stock #7353A)
Hampton Galleries
$875.00
Coin silver basting spoon by John D. Germon, Philadelphia (c. 1785-1800), 13-3/8” long, 3-¾” long bowl, broad drop, downturned long, thin oval end handle, feather script monogram “JSF”? on front, marked in script “Germon” in shaped cartouche.
All Items : : Pre 1837 VR item #1296121 (stock #7360)
Hampton Galleries
$2,750.00
Coin silver porringer by John Gladding Gibbs of Providence, Rhode Island (1785-1795), 5-¼” wide bulbous bowl with everted rim, 2-1/8” tall, 2-¾” long keyhole handle, fancy feather script monogram “MAH” on top of handle, marked “J.GIBBS” in serrated punch on bottom of handle.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #1319978 (stock #7368)
Hampton Galleries
$1,750.00
Early creamer made by Thomas Hammersley in New York City (c.1750), 3 3/4" tall at top of handle, 3 1/2" tall to top of lip, 2 3/16" diameter of base, inverted pear-shaped body on high applied splayed round foot, with slightly scalloped rim and high curved pouring spout punched to simulate beading, handle is cast with unusual long C-shaped piece attached to inverted c-shaped terminal and has an old repair at each terminal, marked twice underneath "TH" (script).
 
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