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Bailey Kettell & Chapman "Bead" Coin Silver c. 1855 Berry Shovel
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4625f   $165.00


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This lengthy, 9 1/8", and weighty, 3.2 T. oz., berry scoop or shovel has origins in Boston, marked for "Bailey. Kettell & Chapman," 1854-58. It is also stamped "Pure-Coin," which is a characteristic New England term.

The handle is a die struck "Bead" pattern that appears on both the front and back sides. There is a cursive "EWL" monogram inscribed on the reverse.

The generously proportioned, 3 1/2" by 2 3/8", scoop is engraved with a highly detailed and finely rendered motif that portrays... Click for details

coin silver fish slice, Lincoln & Reed, Boston circa 1835,
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double swell fiddle with short front midrib decoration, length 10 3/4 inches, weight 3.88 oz. Troy, fine condition, monogrammed as shown in fourth enlargement.

Noteworthy for the whimsical and well executed decoration of Poseidon averting his eyes from the sullen stare of one sweaty stallion, and for the foliate scrolled embellishments on handle, which are stylistically "of a piece" with the blade.

Wilson McGrew, Cincinnati, "Fiddle Tipt" Coin Silver Serving Spoon
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4617f   $48.00


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The Cincinnati Art Museum holds an essentially matching piece to this 8 3/8" long, 1.2 T. oz., table or serving spoon. The Museum's example is shown in Figure 81 of Cincinnati Silver 1788-1940.

Coin silver, this was made by Wilson McGrew, c. 1840-56, and carries his mark on the backside.

It has a pronounced "Fiddle" shaped handle with a "Tipt" end, and high, angular and chamfered, shoulders, all characteristic of a silver style of this region and period.

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Gurney Bro's., Brockton MA, Bright Cut Coin Silver Sugar Spoon
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4605f   $44.00


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While the length of a sugar spoon at 5 7/8", this .7 T. oz., coin silver item was no doubt intended for jam or preserves. Victorian custom often employed purpose-related decorative detail on the serving portion of pieces, and given the strawberry fruit, leaves and stem engraved in the ovoid, gold washed bowl of this, the intended function appears self-evident.

The rounded, slightly downturned handle has a tiered end and a front surface that is diamond cut in an intricate design. The overall... Click for details

Englehart, Philadelphia, Twist Handle Coin Silver Preserve Spoon
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4596f   $48.00


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Measuring 7" long and weighing .9 T. oz., this preserve spoon has a rounded end handle with a tipt backside, a twisted shank, and a shell bowl that is gold washed front and backsides.

The handle is bright cut and wriggle work engraved with a stylized anthemion motif consistent with its Greek Revival design period.

There is a fancy, feathered script, "JOK" monogram engraved sideways on the handle front.

It is stamped "Englehart & Son" for the Philadelphia firm established in 1861 and... Click for details

Farrington & Hunnewell 19th C. Engraved Coin Silver Preserve Spoon
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4593f   $46.00


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A major name in mid 19th century Boston silver production and retailing, Farrington & Hunnewell was the maker of this 6 7/8" long, .9 T. oz., coin silver preserve spoon marked "< F & H >."

F&H were masters of bright cut and fine engraving, which this piece illustrates. The work on the front of this portrays anthemion and leaf detailing against a fine line background that mimics engine turning.

The handle has a rounded end with a slight "Tipt" backside, and a shield form reserve,... Click for details

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John Westervelt "Cone" Heavy Coin Silver Master Butter Knife
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4585f   $65.00


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Stamped with the "star, lion, D" pseudo hallmark of maker John L. Westervelt of Newburgh, New York, and the name "Andrew Dunn" of Fort Plain, New York, this master butter knife measures 7 1/2" long and weighs a substantial 1.4 T. oz.

The pattern is "Cone," dating circa 1860, and features ivy and other leaves, along with anthemion and bellflower detail set on a shaped handle, all of which is suggestive of the Greek Revival design mode of the period.

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Jacob Harley, Phila., "Antique Tipt Engraved" Coin Silver Sugar Sifter
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4565f   $46.00


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The name "Jacob Harley," which appears along with the word "Coin" on the backside of this 6 3/4" long, just under 1.0 T. oz., sugar sifter is best known by virtue of his 1852-61 Philadelphia retail jewelry partnership with Isaac Stauffer.

This item dates from the ten year period when Harley operated on his own after the dissolution of the partnership.

The style is characteristic of its place and time, with a rounded end, engraved, "Antique Tipt" handle.

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C. Beckwith Early 19th Century Coin Silver Cream Ladle
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4492f   On Hold


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A 6" long, .6 T. oz., piece with a 1 1/2" diameter bowl, this cream ladle is stamped "C. Beckwith," on the backside, which name is not identified in any of the standard references. He may have been a regional or otherwise obscure maker.

Well-crafted in a naive way, it has a long, arced, handle, with rounded shoulders off the bowl and a broad end.

It is engraved "M R Cook" in a feathered script that, while proud and precise, has a primitive quality to it.

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Notched & Engraved Handle Gold Bowl Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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4477f   $105.00


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Measuring a lengthy 9" and weighing 1.8 T. oz., this berry is an especially attractive example of mid American 19th century silver flatware.

It has a shaped, notched handle that is bright cut engraved in a leaf and diamond pattern with a central reserve that is inscribed "Hattie" in fine cursive lettering.

The large, 3" by 2", scalloped bowl has a rich gold wash finish on the interior, which is bright cut and wriggle work engraved in the heel in a design which is consonant with that on the... Click for details

A. Stowell "Aesthetic" Engraved Butterfly Coin Silver Sugar Spoon
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4435f   $38.00


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This sugar spoon measures 6" long and weighs .5 T. oz.

It has an "Antique," rounded end, handle that along with the bowl, is engraved in an Aesthetic mode design.

In addition to the non-figural, Eastlake, style elements, the handle features an endearing portraiture of a butterfly alighting upon a wispy, leafy stalk.

The oval bowl has notched edges, a pointed tip, and repeats the engraved theme on the handle, save it is absent a butterfly.

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Hall Hewson & Brower Albany "Tipt" Shell Bowl Coin Silver Sugar Spoon
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4429f   This item is currently being auctioned


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Dating circa 1845, this 6 1/2" long, .7 T. oz., sugar spoon is stamped with a three part "D, eagle, bust" hallmark that John McGrew in Manufactureres' Marks on American Coin Silver attributes to the Albany, New York, firm of Hall, Hewson & Brower.

It has a "Tipt" end handle with high, rounded, shoulders off the bowl, which is an interesting shell form variant with a plain heel and central vee.

There is a script letter "S.J.S." monogram engraved sideways on the handle front.

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Duhme "No. 1" Engraved Coin Silver Shell Bowl Preserve Spoon
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4426f   $48.00


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The broad fiddle-shaped handle on this 6 5/8" long, solid feeling 1.0 T. oz., coin silver spoon was characteristic of mid 19th century Ohio River silver design, and was embraced by Cincinnati's Duhme & Co. for its "No. 1" pattern, issued in 1869.

There were several variants, each having a different tip at the handle end. Some versions had twist stems and others plain ones. This piece has a plain handle shank and small "knob" at the end.

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B. Pitman, New Bedford MA, "Tipt" Pure Coin Silver Shell Bowl Spoon
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4408f   $55.00


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A jelly or large sugar spoon, this piece measures 6 3/4" long and weighs .8 T. oz.

It has a "Tipt" handle and a shell-shaped bowl with a deep, flattened, heel, and rounded shoulders.

With a likely 1840s date, it is stamped on the reverse "B. Pitman," "New Bedford," and "Pure Coin," with this last term used largely in New England.

Benjamin Pitman was one of the most recognizable names among 19th century silversmiths in a city made prosperous in this period from the proceeds of the whaling... Click for details

R&W Wilson "King" aka "Honeysuckle" Coin Silver Master Butter Knife
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4365f   $46.00


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Measuring 7 1/16" long and substantial weight at just under 1.5 T. oz., this solid coin silver master butter knife has a flat handle on a plane with the blade.

Stamped "R&W. Wilson Philad" on the blade backside, it was made by brothers Robert and William with dates spanning the second quarter of the 19th century.

The pattern is a "King," and more specifically what Catherine Hollan in Philadelphia Silversmiths identifies as a "Honeysuckle" variant for the stylized floral element set... Click for details

A.J. Evans, Binghamton NY, "Fiddle Tipt" Coin Silver Sugar Shovel
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4346f   $46.00


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The "eagle, H, bust" pseudo hallmark imprinted on the backside of this 5 7/8" long, weighty feeling approximately 1.0 T. oz., coin silver spoon is attributed to maker Richard Huntington of Utica, New York, 1823-55, and prior, 1811-23, Springfield, Massachusetts.

It is also stamped "A.J. Evans," for Alfred, who operated as a Binghamton, New York jeweler beginning in 1830.

It has a "Fiddle Tipt" handle with a finely rendered, feathered script "NHP" monogram engraved sideways on the front.... Click for details

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