Each, four available.
It has a plain, round end, and slight mid rib on the backside of the handle. There is a feathered script "EW" monogram on the front. The drop on the bowl is plain.
It is in very good condition. There is minimal polishing wear and the finish has an appealing patina...
Price per piece, three available.
It is an early production example of "Old Colonial," marked with the Towle lion emblem, "925/1000," "Sterling," and "Pat. 1895."
It is without a monogram and in flawless estate condition. There is no visible wear, and the finish is bright.
Per piece, four available
This 6" long, approximately .8 T. oz., teaspoon is to this higher standard and so marked, along with the name of the company name.
It is a "Bead" design with an "Oval Thread" on the backside, both of which were standard patterns in the period...
Per piece, two available.
Furthermore, the marks used date to the time of original issue. They are located on the edge of the handle and read, "S. Kirk & Son Co.," "925/1000," and "58M."
The piece is solid silver and has a rather thick handle and blunt end blade...
Given the "Fiddle Tipt" pattern on this 7 1/4" long, just over .8 T. oz., dessert or place spoon, it would have dated from his earliest working years.
It is monogrammed "JT to EJT" in fancy script lettering and is in exceptionally fine condition...
This example is a 4 3/8" long, just over .5 T. oz., four tine, baby fork.
It is without a monogram or inscription and in mint estate condition, absent wear or damage.
Marks are "Wallace," a deer head emblem, and "Sterling."
Each, five available.
It has a down turned, reverse tipt end, and a rattail drop on the reverse of the bowl. The front is monogrammed "EH" in a feathered script.
The condition is very good. The monogram shows slight softening from polishing. The overall finish is finely patinated...
They are early production, stamped with a "D," "Sterling," "Pat'd," as well as "S.C.&L. Co." for the retailer, Boston's Shreve, Crump & Low Company.
They are in mint condition and without a monogram or removal. The arch is well-shaped and free of bends, cracks, or repairs...
Price per piece. Three available.
This example is a 5 3/8" long, relatively substantial weight .7 T. oz., seafood or oyster cocktail fork.
The portraiture is iris, with a large, intricately designed, high relief blossom set at the midpoint of the front of the handle, with a second bloom lanquidly draped around the top of the handle...
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It is in very fine condition. The detail remains very well-defined. The stamens show clearly as do the pollen flecks on the petals. Other design elements remain equally sharp. The upturned handle has a flowing script, Art Nouveau style "VSM" monogram.
The bowl remains round and free of dings, dents, or ...
This pair, which together weigh .8 T. oz., are early examples in immaculate condition and without a monogram or removal. The bowls retain their original gold washes.
They are both marked with the Towle emblem, the word "Sterling," "925/1000," and one them also reads "Pat. 1895."
It features a well-constructed, high relief, "sculptured" in effect, portraiture of a knight's helmet surrounded by leafy scroll detailing. Double die struck, the pattern appears on both sides of the handle, which in this instance is engraved "ELG to SMS" in fine script.
This example is a 6 3/16" long oyster or seafood cocktail fork. The line is heavy and that is case with this which is relatively weighty at .6 T. oz.
This piece is a 4 3/4" long, relative heavy at approximately .7 T. oz., egg spoon. It has a fine "OEEA" feathered script monogram on the handle front and is inscribed "1908" on the handle backside.
It is in very fine condition. Pattern detail remains well-defined and the finish is lustrous. The ovoid bowl is free of dents, nicks, or burrs.
Marks are Gorham's "lion, anchor, G" emblem, "Ster...
Price per piece, ten available, all matching.
The pattern is the company's flagship "Repousse" design, with a plain back engraved "GEHH" in script.
It is in immaculate estate condition. The high relief design is free of polishing wear, remaining sharply defined. The tines are flawless, without any nicks, burrs, or bends. The finish has a warm patina.
Suggested dates for this mark are 1851-59, and the "Fiddle Tipt" design would imply the early end of that range. It may be a large sugar or small preserve spoon. There is a feathered script "EGE" monogram on the backside of the handle.
For the most part, this is not to be ...
It is a highly refined piece, with an overall satin finish. The handle is bright cut in a lily blossom, stem, and leaf pattern.
The bowl has a deep, bronze-colored, gold wash that is acid etched through to the silver. The margins of the etching resemble a broken egg shell, exposing the words "Easter Morn" in the center. The lettering is...
Price per piece, three available
The backsides of the two designs mirror each other, while the front of "Colfax" adds an egg and dart margin and delicate central embellishment.
This example is a 6 1/8" long, weighty, 1.2 T. oz., individual salad fork. An early piece, it is stamped with the Durgin "D" on the reverse, along with the word "Sterling."