The essentially round, 3" diameter, blade has scalloped and tiered edges and an intricately pierced surfaced.
An old, estate piece, the handle in inscribed with a fancy Old English "D" monogram.
It is in very fine condition. It shows no visible wear and has a bright finish. The blade is free of bends, nicks, or breaks in the reticulation...
This item is a rare form cheese fork in the company's "Yetiv" pattern. This is fully authentic, i.e. not made up from another piece.
It measures 5 1/2" long and weighs .7 T. oz...
Dating from the first quarter of the 19th century, it has a plain, down turned end with a slightly tipt backside, high, sharply beveled wings off the bowl, and a pronounced drop on the bowl.
There is no monogram or removal...
It is 4" long, relatively heavy at .7 T. oz., and has a 1 5/8" wide blade with a scalloped edge and top.
The handle has a tipt backside, while the front is etched in an oak leaf and acorn motif with a bird alighting on one of the branches. This is extensively detailed, with a subtly textured surface that appears to have hand chased finishing...
This example is 8 1/2" long and weighs approximately 2.6 T. oz. The immense bowl is 4" long by 3 1/2" at the widest, and is intricately pierced as is requisite for this form.
The pattern is "Pompadour," which resembles an embellished "Kings" design with a French flair...
This example is a pair of the larger size sugar tongs Whiting offered in this line. They measure 5 1/8" long and weighing nearly 1.6 T. oz. They have impressive claw grips and are monogrammed "JMF" on the arch.
The condition is mint. There is no visible wear and there is a gently used, bright finish. The arch is free of bends or cracks.
Marks are the Whiting lion emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat...
Earlier sources locate this maker in New York City, although that assignment has vague substantiation. Another source locates Joseph Doll in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with working dates 1795-1818.
These years are more convergent with the style of this plain end with a subtle down turned, reverse tipt handle with exp...
It also carries the pseudo hallmark "lion, S, shield" identified as a standard mark used by Bailey for sterling, and introduced January 1, 1855. There is s second lion mark on this, which sources identify as possibly a second sterling designator. Previous to this, Bailey used a similar "lion...
This example is a large, 7 7/8" long, heavy at just over 1.7 T. oz., flat handle master butter knife. The blade has a scalloped upper edge, while the handle is inscribed "A.T.A." in script lettering.
It is in good condition. The blade is free of bends or burrs but shows surface scratches consistent with use. While intricate, the pattern is low relief a...
Measuring a lengthy 9 3/4" overall and weighing just over 1.4 T. oz., the tapered blade is a full 6" long. It is 1 3/4" wide at the handle end and graduates down to 5/8" wide at the tip, which has a central point.
The upper edges are scalloped and the lower edges straight, while the surface retains a portion of an original gold was...
It is completely original and fully marked to this effect on the blade, which also reads "Stieff." The handle is imprinted "Williamsburg Restoration" with the Colonial Williamsburg emblem in an oval.
It is in essentially unused condition. The blade is flawless and has a brilliant finish. The handle is free of dents, splits, or nicks, but there are a few light surface scrat...
The design incorporates a banded ivy border and trailing ivy vines and berries on the shank, and a single ivy leaf at the top of the handle. The dominating feature is the face of a satyr-like figure that appears at the top center of the handle.
This example is a 6 7/8" long, 1.2 T. oz., dessert or oval soup spoon. It has an elegant, feathered script "MJP" monogram set ...
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...
The blade tip is rounded, as are the shoulders, which are also cupped. The handle has a pointed end, with a tipt reverse. It is chased in an open leafy design characteristic of Arthur Stone's work.
It is in excellent c...
This set of six, matched, oversized at 6 1/8" long, approximately 3.7 T. oz. the group, coin silver teaspoons trace to the earliest years of that lineage.
Marked "Wm. Rogers," they date to the second quarter of the 19th century. They have down turned, reverse tipt ends, and...
A classical looking figure surrounded by drapery and ivy detailing surmounts the handle tip while the center of the handle portrays a bellflower and additional ivy leaves.
This example is a 6" long, .8 T. oz., sugar spoon. The bowl is large, 2" by 1 1/2", and is uniquely shaped. It is something of an embossed double scallop form.
There is a...
Dating from 1875, it reflects elements of Gothic and Egyptian Revival design.
As stated, it is in immaculate condition, retaining clear pattern detail, a brilliant finish, and a well-shaped bowl free of tip wear, dents, or nicks.
Marks are "WwH" and "Sterling."
It is in exquisite condition, showing no wear whatsoever and is without a monogram or removal.
Every detail of the design is fully articulated, which is all the more remarkable at the small scale of this. The bowl has a satin matte finish and is gold washed.