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Knowles "Angelo" Sterling Silver Bon Bon Spoon
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4386f   $22.00


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A delicate piece in both scale and design, this 3 3/4" long, .3 T. oz., bon bon was made by Knowles in its fancy leaf and scroll, "Angelo" pattern, issued in 1910.

The 1 5/8" diameter bowl is particularly decorative. It has scalloped edges, embellished shoulders, a ribbed and pierced base with a central opening that is surrounded by an embossed design that repeats the pattern details. The entire surface is finished in a pale satin matte gold wash.

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Lunt "Dorothy Q" Engraved Sterling Silver Sugar Spoon
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4385f   $32.00


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The first full line flatware pattern produced by Rogers, Lunt, & Bollen, later simply Lunt, "Dorothy Q" was carried forward from its antecedent firm "A.F. Towle & Son Co." which introduced it in 1883.

This example is a 6" long, just over .8 T. oz., sugar spoon, marked with the RL&B three part emblem and the word "Sterling."

The handle is "Old English" in style with a plain "Tipt" backside and a front that is extensively and engagingly engraved in a star shaped flower and leaf design around... Click for details

Reed & Barton "Les Six Fleurs" Old Sterling Silver Berry or Jam Spoon
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4383f   $135.00


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This 7 7/8" long and weighty at 2.3 T. oz., small berry or jelly serving spoon is an original example of Reed & Barton's "Les Six Fleurs," a pattern issued in 1901.

It is marked with the company's "eagle, R in a shield, lion" emblem, "Pat. Appl'd For," and "Sterling" on the reverse, all in precise, fine lettering as would be expected of an original piece.

In addition, it is engraved on the backside in an Old English letter "C" monogram.

An extravagant design, the multi-floral... Click for details

William Gale & Son "Italian" Sterling Silver Place Fork x 5
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4380f   $46.00


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Patented in 1860, and so stamped on the reverse, the pattern on this 7 3/8" long, just over 1.5 T. oz., fork is "Italian," which is very much a period design. It incorporates gadrooning, beading, leaves, and an anthemion tip, much akin in composition to contemporaneous maker John Polhamus's "Armor."

It is also stamped "Wm. Gale & Son" for one of the many partnerships of maker William Gale, this one dating 1862-66 (Rainwater, Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers).

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Schofield "Lorraine" Large & Heavy Sterling Silver Serving Spoon
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4379f   $105.00


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Exceptionally weighty at 3.6 T. oz., this 8 3/4" long berry or other serving spoon is marked with the three part emblem of the "Schofield Co." founded in 1903 in Baltimore, and "Sterling."

The pattern is "Lorraine" and has antecedents that predate the company itself.

The handle is a "Pointed Antique" with a slightly "Tipt" backside. The front is engraved in a "Mayflower" design that has its origins in Baltimore and which evolved into a full line of flatware produced by Kirk under this... Click for details

Ball, Black & Co. "Tuscan" 950 Silver Large & Heavy Cheese Scoop
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Lengthy at 8 3/4" and weighty at nearly 2.7 T. oz., this entirely original cheese scoop has New York City origins.

The pattern is "Tuscan," which is an "Olive" variant that was originated in 1846 by Michael Gibney and later marketed by Whiting.

This is an early example of the line, dating from the 1860s and retailed by the prominent firm of "Ball, Black & Co.," whose name, along with "950" for an enhanced silver standard higher than sterling, is imprinted on the handle backside.

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Palmer Bachelders, Boston, Aesthetic Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
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4373f   $95.00


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The "Aesthetic" motifs empolyed on this finely engraved, 8 5/8" long, approximately 1.7 T. oz., berry or other serving spoon reflect the same design sensibilities that informed the Eastlake style of its c. 1870 period.

The handle is "Old English" with a rounded end and "Tipt" backside.

It is diamond cut engraved in a motif that incorporates grasses, a fern leaf, and a central floral rosette.

The bowl has a pointed tip, notched edges, and five raised vees extending toward the center.... Click for details

Crosby, Morse & Foss Substantial Sterling Silver Master Butter Knife
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4369f   $75.00


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Very heavy at just over 2.0 T. oz., this 7 3/4" long master butter knife is stamped "Crosy, Morse & Foss," for the 19th century Boston retailer, and "925 in an oval" for sterling silver.

Having a rounded "Antique" handle with a "Tipt" backside, the appeal of the piece lies in its quiet elegance and overall substance.

There is a handsome leaf script monogram engraved on the handle front.

The plain blade has a scalloped upper edge, a beveled lower edge, and an upswept, pointed, tip.

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Gorham "Hindostanee" Sterling Silver Berry Sterling Spoon
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4368f   $125.00


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A Moorish or broadly Renaissance Revival pattern, Gorham's "Hindostanee" was issued in 1878.

This example, an 8 1/2" long, 1.8 T. oz., berry or other serving spoon, is an early example of the line, marked "Pat. Appl. For," along with Gorham's "lion, anchor, G" emblem and "Sterling."

The finely rendered design incorporates a series of repetitive scrolls and palmettes on a slightly upturned, rounded end, handle, and includes a shield reserve, which in this instance has never been... Click for details

Towle Aesthetic Engraved Sterling 1891 Silver Sauce Ladle
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4367f   $46.00


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Towle produced a number of intricately engraved patterns in the 1880s and 1890s, some of which were assigned names, while others are only identified by numbers or not at all.

This example is a 5 3/4" long, .9 T. oz., unnamed sauce ladle.

The handle is "Old English" in style, with a rounded end, tipt backside, a satin matte finish on the front, and is inscribed with a fancy monogram.

The engraving is diamond cut, with deep facets, in a design which is Aesthetic in manner. It includes... Click for details

Gorham "Kings I" Decorative Bowl Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle
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4363f   $105.00


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Gorham's first iteration of what eventually evolved into three, four counting "King George," interpretations of this standard English design, "Kings I" was issued in 1876.

The pattern incorporates traditional elements such as shell and honeysuckle, and embellishes them with rosettes and an acanthus leaf pendant.

This example is a generously sized 7 1/2" long, 2.1 T. oz., gravy ladle.

The bowl is particularly decorative (see enlargement two for detail). It has a wide, curved, rim with a... Click for details

Aesthetic Engraved Butterfly & Flower Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
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4361f   $105.00


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This 8 7/8" long, relatively weighty 2.8 T. oz., berry or other serving spoon has a rounded "Old English" handle with a tipt backside.

A highly refined piece, it has an overall matte finish and is finely engraved in what appears to be a wild rose or dogwood floral design on the handle, and a detailed butterfly set amidst bamboo or similar leaves in the bowl.

These motifs are very much in the Aesthetic style of its circa 1880 period.

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Hotchkiss & Schreuder "Unique" Sterling Silver Preserve Spoon
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4359f   $38.00


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The "H&S" mark (along with "Sterling") imprinted on the backside of this 6 3/4" long, just under 1.1 T. oz., preserve spoon was used by Syracuse, New York's "Hotchkiss & Schreuder" 1864-71 according to an entry in Rainwater's Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers.

The pattern is "Unique" and is expressive of its period. It incorporates leaf and anthemion elements rather abundantly employed on a shaped handle. Double die struck, the design appears on both the front and... Click for details

Thomas Wallis London 1805 "Old English" Sterling Silver Platter Spoon
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4358f   $145.00


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This lengthy at 11 1/2", 3.4 T. oz., piece is variously identified as a basting, stuffing or platter spoon.

English in origin, it is hallmarked for London, 1805-06, sterling silver, and "TW" for maker Thomas Wallis.

The slender handle is "Old English" style, with a rounded end and tipt backside. There is thumb drop on the bowl reverse.

Never originally monogrammed or inscribed, this was apparently re-presented as a 25th commemorative gift, given the script "1928/L/1953" engraved on the... Click for details

Whiting "Old King" Sterling Silver Fancy Bowl Gravy Ladle
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4355f   $75.00


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Otherwise a faithful interpretation of a traditional English design, Whiting's late 19th century "New King" is more precisely a "Queens" pattern, with a convex shell and a flower head and honeysuckle or rosette on the handle front.

American manufacturers generally failed to distinguish between these two kindred motifs, choosing instead to treat the decorative details as interchangeable.

This example is a 7 3/8" long, just under 1.9 T. oz., gravy ladle.

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Robert Hennell Georgian Sterling Silver Master Salt Shovel
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4348f   $32.00


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The "R pellet H" and "lion" mark on this 3 1/2" long, 6 gram (.2 T. oz.), spoon could indicate any of three generations of London silversmiths named Robert Hennell, although the "Hanoverian" style handle with a midrib and upturned end date it to the 18th century and thereby suggest the first in the line.

It has an unusual shovel form bowl with rippled sides, rather than the typical hemispherical shape.

Without a monogram or inscription, it remains in very good condition. Without bends or... Click for details

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