Price for the pair.
Matching pieces, they are to a coin silver standard and both are stamped with the firm's "W&H" emblem. One also has a small "v" emblem which is likely a journeyman's mark.
The pattern is a "French, aka Fiddle, Thread." Each one has a fancy, feathered script "SA" monogram set sidew...
He entered into several partnerships, the earliest of which, 1819-32, was with Peter Griffen. That pairing produced this 9" long, weighty at 1.9 T. oz., serving spoon marked "Griffen & Hoyt."
It has a "Reverse Tipt" end with, an exposed drop on the bowl backside, and a handsome, feather...
The pattern is a "Pointed Antique" with an engraved shield surrounded by a swag and ribbon.
Marked "Sterling," there is no manufacturer's identifier, although similar examples are marked for "Galt & Brother" of Washington, D.C.
The work is Arts & Crafts in manner, particularly evident in the hand hammered bowl with notched shoulders, and an exposed drop on the backsid...
First, it is in choice condition and fully marked for well-known maker Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham, 1810-11. It is free of dents or cracks, the outside and inside hinges are secure, and it retains its original gold wash on all the interior surfaces.
Secondly, it is attractively engraved on the exterior in a checkerboard pattern on the ...
Each one measures 4 1/2" long, while the set weighs 3.1 T. oz.
They are a "Queen Anne" variant, with hour glass shaped handles with midrib fronts and thumb back drops on the bowls.
They are imprinted with the "CW" emblem, with the words "Williamsburg Restoration" included within the oval that is part of the mar...
It is double scallop shaped, with undulating walls with a flange rim. There are six smaller lobes with channels that run to the flat bottom base.
The interior retains a portion of its original gold wash finish.
The outside surface is acid etched in a branch, leaf, and flower motif that is both finely rendered and embl...
Additional marks include "Gorham & Co.," and the firm's "lion, anchor, G" emblem. The fronts are all engraved "L.R.P." set sideways on the handles in fancy Old English lettering.
"Cottage" remained in active production for approximately thirty years, and was ...
Price per piece, three available.
Dating from the last quarter of the 19th century, it was made by Philadelphia's Peter L. Krider, whose name and three part, "lion, K, crown," hallmark appears on the backside, along with the word "Sterling."
It is without a monogram or removal and in immaculate condition. There are no signs of wear. The generously sized bowl, 3" by 1 1/2" at...
It is model "673" made by Gorham. This number, the company's "anchor, lion, G" hallmark, and the word "Sterling" are stamped on the inside wall.
The outside is extensively engraved in an Aesthetic design that incorporates naturalistic and stylized geometric elements, all of which suggest a circa 1875 date.
There is a fancy, feathered script "HMR...
Price per piece, three available.
A finely made item, the pattern is double die struck, meaning it is imprinted on both sides of the han...
It is stamped on the bottom with a clear but unidentified maker's mark (see image 2), and the words "Sterling" and "Hand Made."
Plain walled, it has a flat bottom and gadroon top rim and a fancy line script "RMW" monogram on the front facing side.
There is a fitted and hinged lid that has a bone or composite pineapple finial with silver leaves and knob ...
Price for the set of 8.
These 5 7/8" long, 3.9 T. oz. the set, spoons are exceptional, however, in several regards.
One is that they are an original matching set, with each piece monogrammed in a fancy script "M.H." placed sideways on the handle.
Secondly, they are extraordinarily well-crafted. The bowls are elegantly shaped, ...
The pattern is "Buttercup," issued in 1899. Featuring an array of delicate blossoms and leaves, it exhibits the abundance of expression characteristic of Art Nouveau design.
This piece is a 4 5/8" long, .6 T. oz., nut spoon or bon bon.
It has a gold finish, pierced bowl with a flange rim and decorated shoulders. This last feature is found only on older...
First is the 8 3/8" long size. Substantially larger than a gravy and markedly smaller than a soup or oyster, it was likely intended for serving bouillon. It weighs 1.6 T. oz.
Additionally, it was made by a well-known Philadelphia silversmith, James Butler. His "animal head over shield" emblem (often confused with a similar manufacturer's mark by James Watts) appears on the backside, along with the word "Coin"...
Price for the pair.
The theme on this companion youth spoon and fork set is "Diana and her nymphs," which was one of seventeen different subjects offered in this line.
The fork measures 6 1/4" long and is exceptionally heavy at 1.8 T. oz. Also weighty at 1.7 oz. the spoon measures 6 1/8" long, which is slightly larger than a teaspoon.
Both items are engraved "Wentworth" and ...
The faceted base is molded glass while the top is silver attached to an applied rim. The lid is divided in half and is fitted with a hinge and knob allowing it to open fully.
The fixed side of the top is engraved with an Old English "S" monogram.
The edge of the rim is stamped "Sterling," "95" (a model number), and with a rubbed gr...
It is comprised of an open ball or basket that is 1 7/8" in diameter and 1 1/8" deep.
This is fitted with a wire bail handle which in turn is attached to a 2 1/2" long, pronged wire that locks into a spout, held in place by tension.
It is solid silver, weighing .9 T. oz., and marked "Sterling" on the rim.
This functions effectively to capture any ...
It also has a matte finish, thick-walled and gold washed bowl, front and backsides, which additionally distinguishes this example of Watson's "Orange" pattern from a standard production piece.
One of the company's fruit series, it exhibits the high relief, Art Nouveau influenced, finely detailed design elements of this line.
The oranges have textured surfaces, while the background areas of...