This example is a 7" long, heavy at 1.7 T. oz., dessert or place spoon. It is in very fine estate condition...
This 8 3/4" long, 2.9 T. oz., example is the cracker scoop with variant piercing. It has a series of drilled holes in a balanced design. Whether this was factory production or a custom adaptation is uncertain.
The bowl is dramatically large, measuring 4 1/4" long and 3 3/8" at the widest, and 1" at the deepest...
It is fully period in style, with a down turned, reverse tipt end. The front is deeply diamond cut with wriggle work and lined detailing. There is a script "RL" monogram in the reserve. It has high, pointed, shoulders off the bowl, which is perhaps atypical...
It is an early example of Tiffany's "English King," marked "Tiffany & Co.," "Sterling," "Pat. 1885," and "M," this last letter indicating it was produced no later than 1891.
It is in very good estate condition and without a monogram or removal...
The bowl is a large ovoid measuring 2 7/8" long and 2 1/4" at the widest.
It is in choice estate condition. There are light surface scratches consistent with normal use, and a nearly imperceptible flat spot on the bottom of the bowl where it rests, otherwise the piece shows no wear.
Its first extravagance shows in its size. It measures 14 1/2" long and weighs an immense 11.7 T. oz. The gold finished bowl has a span of 4" spout to spout, is 3 1/4" front to back, and has a depth of 1 3/8". It holds approximately 4 ounces of liquid.
The pattern is "Chrysanthemum" by Tiffany...
This example is an 8 3/4" long, 1.0 T. oz., delicately proportioned, lettuce fork.
The serving end has three tines with trident ends. The heel is decorated with scroll and bead elements that echo the main pattern, and there are two round piercings that provide added embellishment. There are slight traces of an original gold wash remaining...
These are early items stamped with a "lion, anchor, G," "Sterling," and the word "Copyrighted."
Each one measures 5 11/16" long. They are heavy, with the group weighing 10.8 T...
The pattern is "Acorn" by Georg Jensen. The piece is stamped "GJ" in a dotted circle (used 1910-25), "Sterling," and "Denmark."
The condition is excellent estate. There are light surface scratches on the bowl and otherwise no signs of use or damage. The finish is lustrous and the pattern detail remains clearly defined.
It has straight, even tines that are free of burrs, nicks, or bends. The finish is lustrous, with a natural patina that shows only minimal surface scratches consistent with light use. Pattern detail remains well-defined.
Marks are "Sterling," "Denmark," and "Georg Jensen."
This large, 7 3/4" long, weighty at 2.1 T. oz., gravy ladle is stamped "Eno & Co." and "Coin," dating it 1854-60, prior to Eno's 1860-70 partnership with George Bechtel.
This area is an exceptionally handsome piece that is in pristine condition.
The 2 7/8" by 2 1/4" by 5/8" deep oval bowl has a scalloped rim. The narrow handle is ...
This example is in immaculate condition and is without a monogram or removal. It retains an original gold wash, which apart from some rubbing wear on the backside where the heel rests, is fully intact.
Marks are the Towle emblem, "Sterling," "925/1000," and an imprinted "Pat. 1895."