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...
Suggested dates for this mark are 1851-59, and the "Fiddle Tipt" design would imply the early end of that range. It may be a large sugar or small preserve spoon. There is a feathered script "EGE" monogram on the backside of the handle...
It is stamped "International" along with the Simpson, Hall, Miller emblem on the underside. Other marks include "Sterling," "B33A," "Patented" and "Wedgwood" for the pattern name...
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...
It is a clean piece, with a brilliant, naturally patinated finish. The down-turned end has a tipt backside and there is a large, script "S. Leach" monogram on the front...
This example is an 8 3/4" long, 1.0 T...
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."
This pair, which together weigh .8 T. oz., are early examples in immaculate condition and without a monogram or removal. The bowls retain their original gold washes.
They are both marked with the Towle emblem, the word "Sterling," "925/1000," and one them also reads "Pat. 1895."
It has an angular blade with a beveled lower edge, and an overall sweeping form. Both sides of the handle, and the front side of the blade, are engraved with flora details that include lilies of the valley and fern leave...
This example is an 8 3/4" long, 1.9 T. oz. pie server. It has an uncommon, perhaps unique, style blade that is shaped around a central vee running from the notched and cupped heel to a pointed tip. Either side of this is reticulated in a finely detailed period design that incorporates an acanthus leaf motif. This reticulation is complemented with delicate wriggle work engrav...