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...
The pattern is "Buttercup" by Gorham, whose lion, anchor, G mark appears on the otherwise plain backside, along with the word "Sterling." There is an Old English "W" monogram on the front.
It is in excellent condition. Pattern detail remains well-defined and free of polishing wear...
It is a "French Thread" pattern, and double die struck, meaning the design appears on both sides of the handle. Measuring 4 13/16" long, it is heavy for its size, weighing just over .5 T. oz.
There is an Old English "D" monogram set sideways on the handle. The tapered pick itself has an intentional, horizontal, ridge line about midway down its length...
It has a likely date from the 1930s and is monogrammed "ETR" in script lettering.
It is in very good condition, free of polishing wear, with a bright finish, and showing straight, even tines.
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...
It is a 19th century item in an unknown pattern. There is a handsome, period "LKB" monogram.
The blunt end, carbon steel blade is original and marked "Christofle a Paris." The ferrule on the silverplate handle is stamped "Cristofle."
The condition is good...
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...
It is in superb estate condition and without a monogram or removal.
Marks are the Durgin "D," "Sterling," and "Pat'd."
It is in mint condition and without a monogram or removal. The tines are free of burrs, nicks, or bends, there is no polishing wear, and the finish is lustrous.
This example is a 3 5/8" long, .4 T. oz., master salt spoon.
It is an original, early production, item and not a later recast, and in mint condition.
The ovoid bowl has a matte finish and the handle is engraved "HG" in fine script lettering.
Marks are the Gorham "lion, anchor, G" emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat 190x."
"Cromwell" has scrolled edges with acanthus leaf detailing and a fan terminus. This motif is expanded on the backside heel of the bowl.
This piece is a 5 5/8" long ice cream spoon. Consistent with the line, it is substantial weight at .9 T. oz.
It has a nearly flat bowl, with ...
It has a "Reverse Tipt" handle with a finely engraved front with detailing that resembles engine turning.
There is an Old English "M" monogram.
It is in flawless condition, free of any wear or damage. The engraving remains crisp, the upturned, pointed end is without nicks or burrs, and the finish has a warm patina.
Marks are "F&H" flanked by car...
It is stamped "H H & Co" for Henry Hebbard. Other marks include "Patent 185x," "I," and the retailer's name, "H. Salisbury & Co" for the New York City jeweler.
It is a "Shell" aka "Leaf" pattern, similar to contemporaneous designs produced by such other manufacturers as Albert Coles, Polhmanus, William Gale, and Gorham, which company called its design "Josephine." The leaf motif appear...
Speer is documented as a jeweler and watchmaker about 1840-70. The style of this locates it at the beginning of his working years.
It has a "Reverse Tipt" handle with a rubbed "LH" script monogram on the front.
It is in very good condition. There are overall surface scratches, but no other signs of wear such as bends or burrs. The bowl remains well-shaped and with a pointed tip, ...
This piece is an early example of Whiting's Art Nouveau "Lily." It is marked with the company logo, "Sterling," "Pat'd 1902," "R'd 1902," an Old English "O," and a capital "M," this last letter probably being a weight designation.
It is in immaculate condition and without a monogram or removal. All aspects of the fine detailing of the pattern remain cr...
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. It remains well-formed and retains a perfectly shaped bowl that is free of dents, burrs, ...
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. The bowl is well-shaped and free of tip wear, an...