The double-sided pattern is "Empire" aka "New Empire" dating from 1892. It employs various shell motifs, including the overall form of the bowl, and a pair of flanking, scrolled rosettes at the tip of the handle.
The bowl is squared, rather than rounded or oval, and has a partially rubbed gold wash on the front and backsides.
It is without a monogram or removal and in mint estate condition...
This 4 11/16" long, 15 gram (.5 T. oz.) is a relative early, and good quality, example. It is fully marked for London, Sterling, 1902, and with a maker's stamp for James Wakely & Frank Wheeler...
This example is a 6 15/16" long, relatively heavy .9 T. oz., olive spoon.
It is slender and elegant, with an especially attractive, eggplant shaped, pieced bowl.
It is without a monogram or removal and in mint condition. There is no visible wear or damage, and the finish is bright and even...
The 3/4" deep, nearly round, 2" diameter, bowl with a central vee, flanged shoulders, and slightly tipped lip, on this 6" long, 1.2 T. oz., sauce ladle is engraved in a Palmetto leaf motif that is evocative of Egyptian Revival style...
Dating from early in the 19th century, it has a sterling bowl that is 1 3/4" in diameter and 3/4" deep. There is a silver fitting off this which is joined to a twisted baleen handle with a silver tipped end.
The bottom center of the bowl is stamped "D.R," possibly for David Reid of Newcastle.
It is in excellent condition. The bowl remains well-shaped, free of dents, nicks, or burrs...
The pattern is "Eton" which is a strong Art Nouveau floral design. It features a high relief iris blossom on the center of the handle, just below a reserve area, and smaller blossoms on the top end and join with the bowl...
Often found as singles, this is a less commonly found set of six matching pieces made by Gorham in 1890, as indicated by the date symbols stamped on the undersides.
They are model number "2580," again as identified on the bottoms. Other marks include the word "Sterling," Gorham's "lion, anchor, G" hallmark, and the aforementioned date emblem...
The pattern is Whiting's late 19th century "Dresden," which is a charming and intricate floral design that features what appear to be forget-me-not blossoms and leaves trailing up the handle...
Staunch and clean, these were made to a standard and no doubt intended to serve dutifully while presenting with a quiet nobility.
The elongated cup grips have high shoulders that, which, along with the length of the arms, have beveled edges. The arch i...
This piece is a 6 1/4" long, approximately .9 T. oz., sugar spoon.
It has an elongated, plum-shaped bowl with hatched edge shoulders. The interior has a matte finish.
The handle portrays a maiden in courtly garb, carrying a kettle in one hand and a pitcher and saucer in the other.
It is without a monogram or removal and in very good condition. It ...
Fully expressed on both the front and backsides of the handle, but with different portraiture, the design incorporates multiple blossoms set forth in intricate, precise, detail.
This example is a 6 1/8" long, approximately .5 T. oz., olive spoon.
The plum-shaped bowl has a pierced interior, cut in leaf and apostrophe shapes.
The piece ...
Matching berry spoon also available.
This example is a 7" long, 1.2 T. oz., preserve spoon marked with Shiebler's "winged S," and the words "Sterling," and "Patent." It has a plum-shaped bowl, with a ribbed heel and midline leading to a slightly pointed tip. Finished in a bright gold wash on the front and a matte gold surface on the backside, the bowl interior is engraved in an aesthetic manner featuring fern fron...
The first of these is the pattern, "La Provence," by Fessenden. It is a turn of the twentieth century design that at heart is in keeping with late Victorian sensibilities. Built upon a leaf and floral motif, it also cleverly incorporates a nearly disguised, satyr-like face at the end of the handle.
The second novelty lies in the 2 1/2" diameter, scalloped edge server. Having a reticulated center and finished...
The large, applied, fleur-de-lis motif is set in high relief as if it were carved. It is also embellished with added detailing, such as beaded banding around the lower section and scrolling, leafy highlights.
This example is a 7" long, approximately 1.4 T. oz., preserve or jelly spoon.
The bowl is particular to Durgin. It has a swirled ...
It has a pear-shaped bowl that is 2 1/2" at the widest and 2 3/8" top to bottom.
This is joined to a pointed antique style handle that is marked on the backside "N.G. Wood & Son" (Boston), "Sterling," and "10-17." The "17" may indicate the year this was made.
The entire surface is hand hammered, consistent with its Arts & Crafts origin.
It is in choice condit...
The handle is cast and mounted on a wire frame. The lower part of the stem is leafy, while the upper end incorporates additional leaf, scroll, and floral elements, along with a central heart form. This is all appointed with turquoise blue, deep blue, and e...
This is an older piece, with a reinforced arch, and decorative beading on the claw grips.
Without a monogram or removal, they are in superb condition. There are no bends, nicks, dents, or polishing wear. The finish is lustrous.
Marks are the Towle lion emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat. 1895."
The 2" wide, seven tine, serving end has decorated shoulders which is a detail found only on older pieces, and a reticulated heel.
It is without a monogram and in immaculate condition. Pattern detail remains sharp and well-defined, and the finish is even and bright. The tines are straight, even, and w...