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...
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...
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...
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...
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.
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...
It has four splayed tines characteristic of a beef fork, but exceptionally large.
The tine area has hooked and scalloped shoulders. The central portion of the stem is twisted, while the end is flat and also has a scalloped outline...
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 measures 6 1/2" long and weighs just over .9 T. oz.
The pattern is "Monticello," which if in furniture, would be "Hepplewhite." There is an Old English "B" monogram in the shield area.
The infuser itself is a perfect sphere 1 1/2" in diameter. This pivots in a complete circle on a small hinge. There is a tapered arm ...
Each one measures 7 1/2" long, which is an unusual size by contemporary convention in that it is lengthier than a dessert spoon but not quite as long as a tablespoon. In its time, when large scale was favored, it was likely a standard place piece.
They have a substantial feel, although each one is marginally less than 1.0 T. oz., with the gr...
The pattern, "Crown," was offered as a full line in plate, but from this example which is marked "Sterling," was clearly available in sterling silver for those who wanted an upgraded version.
It dates from 1885, and the intricat...
It is an "Onslow" aka "Georgian Scroll" pattern, taken from English design. The end, which defines the pattern, is 1" across and has a twisted look.
The bowl is oval, 2" by 1 1/2". The piece could serve as a...
This 8 1/2" long, 1.7 T. oz., "Fiddle Tipt" tablespoon is a flawless example of his work, marked with his name and address, "289 B.way," along with the number "5." It has a beautiful finish, pointed tip bowl, and very fine, feathered script "CFF" monogram set sideways on the handle.
This 7 1/8" long, 1.1 T. oz., "Fiddle Tipt" dessert spoon is a flawless example of his work, marked with his name and address, "289 B.way," along with the number "5." It has a beautiful finish, pointed tip bowl, and very fine, feathered script "CFF" monogram set sideways on the handle.
Besides its length, two other features distinguish this piece. The first is the broad, pierced and delicately engraved, flanged shoulders. Secondly, the interior of the pointed bowl is pierced in an ivy berry and leaf design that actually resembles a star burst. Like the shoulders, this is set off with fine engraving and a bright gold wash.
It is witho...
This last identifier is what typically appears with this pattern, which is "Josephine." The leaf design is of the period, with several other makers producing quite similar patterns in the 1850s and 1860s.
The engraving on the blade individualizes this. It is bright cut in a leafy scroll design, and...
It is an engaging piece dating circa 1880, with a bright cut leafy pattern set against a satin matte finish surface. The interior has a bright finish.
There is a script "J.G.F." monogram.
It is in choice condition. It remains perfectly round, retains crisp detail on the engraving, and is free of bends, burrs, or nick...