Offered as a three piece set, this is the pot. It stands 6" tall to the top of the finial, has a main body that is 4" at the widest, 5" to the end of the spout, and has a sterling and ebonized wood handle that extends 4 1/4" at a slight upward cant from the body. It weighs 14.1 T...
The bowl is large, extending 2 7/8" from base to rim, is the same dimension across, and holds a full 8 oz. of liquid.
The body of the bowl is engraved in an anthemion motif lending it a classical look. There is a reserve area that is absent a monogram or removal.
It is in excellent condition...
It is marked "S. Kirk & Son" on the underside, which dates it mid 20th century (1932-61) according to Rainwater in her "Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers." It is also stamped "Sterling" and "17."
It is without a monogram or removal and in flawless condition...
The bowl measures 4 7/8" in diameter, stands 1 3/4" high, and has a maximum span of 7" to the end of the handle. It weighs just under 5.8 T. oz.
Identified as model number "11," the design of the handle evokes a much later style, vaguely Art Deco or Southwestern...
It is made to an "11 oz." standard, and so marked, which is peculiar to Baltimore and equates to a .917 silver content, midway between sterling at .925 and coin at .900.
Dating about 1875 or so, it shows sophisticated decoration.
The heavy rimmed edges are bordered by knurled bands that are nearly 1/8" wide.
There is a fancy, feathered script "LEB" in a central reserve...
This 1 7/8" high, 4 1/8" maximum diameter, weighty, 4.7 T. oz., flat bottomed, open bowl dates from about then and exhibits all the essential elements of the A&C sensibility.
It has a clean, carefully finished, essential look, with tapered sides that curve inward slightly at the rim...
Apart from this, he was a well-regarded producer of Arts & Crafts items as well as reproduction pieces.
This 2 7/8" tall, 3 1/2" maximum width, 4.8 T. oz. footed bowl falls generally in the later category. The style bespeaks American design from the 1860s. It has a repeating pattern around the 2 5/8" diameter upper rim, and three cast, decorative ...
Price per piece with liner, two available.
A slightly convex barrel shaped form, it stands 1 1/2" to the top edge and has a body diameter of 1 7/8". The silver by itself weighs 1.5 T. oz.
It has its original, fitted, deep colored, cobalt blue glass liner.
It is without a monogram or inscription, or removal of same.
It is in excellent condition. Solid and relatively thick-walled, the body has one p...
It is stamped with model number "256" on the underside, along with "S. Kirk & Son Co.," used 1896-1924, and "925/1000."
It is an elegant, highly finished item. The has a rolled and lined edge, and fine engraving on the upper surface. The center is concave and has a brushed underside.
It is in mint condition. The base is even, and the overall piece i...
Price for the pair. Two pairs available.
They have 1/4" high, gadroon edges with a slight lip. The interiors are engraved "E.I.T" in block lettering.
They are in mint estate condition. Free of bends, dents, or nicks, they have brilliant finishes save for the flat bottoms which have brushed s...
It was made by Gorham whose "lion, anchor, G" emblem appears on the underside, along with the word "Sterling" and the model number "5225."
It has plain walls with a 1" tall, embossed leafy design along the lower edge. This is slightly bulbous and and indented creating a rimmed like base.
The surface opposite...
Priced as a pair.
The pitcher is 3 3/8" tall, 3" across to the handle tip, has a 1 1/2" rimmed base, and weighs 3.0 T. oz.
The design is a study ...
It is perfectly sized to serve as a .75 liter wine or bottle coaster. It has a flat bottom, which is monogrammed "MWC" in a flowing script.
It is in very good condition. The reticulation is free of dents, breaks, or bends. The finish is lustrous. The interior bottom has perhaps four pinprick dimp...
Made by a premier manufacturer, they are all stamped with George Shiebler's "winged S" emblem, "Sterling," and the model number "1938" on the undersides, and likely date from the late 19th century.
Graduated so to nest one inside the other, they are nonetheless similar in size. The largest stands 2 1/4" high, and the smallest 2 1/8" high. The same r...
This example is model number "D453M" as imprinted on the edge of the rim. Other marks include Gorham's "lion, anchor, G" emblem, "Sterling," and a date symbol for 1903. The rim is plain save for a beaded edge where it abuts the glass.
This is a particularly...
Catalogs of the period identify shorter versions of this form as mustard pots, and taller ones as horseradish. Common...