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  • $10,000.00

    From an extremely prestigious estate: William Nelson Camp, owner of Florida Power, vast real estate and phosphate mines and good friend of the richest of the rich and powerful. Antique sterling silver tray made by the Gorham Corporation, Rhode Island, 1913. Measures over 2 foot long, excluding the handles, which add a number of inches on either side. Over...

    $10,000.00
  • $7,750.00

    Antique cutlery silverware flatware in original fitted chest. 950 (better than Sterling ) silver knives forks and spoons. 108    pieces made by Andre Aucoc, Paris, France, active 1887-1911.   Measurements: 108 knives, forks and spoons:     12 Dinner knives approximately 10.25 inches (26cm) long.   18 Luncheon knives approximately 8 3/8 inches (21cm)...

    $7,750.00
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     Antique Chinese export silver double inkwell deskset with mythological horned beast / dragon. Silver and hard wood. Made in Shanghai, China, circa 1880 - 1910.   Measurements: 6 inches (15cm) accross.   Stands on 4 ball feet with a silver frame under the wooden base to reinforce the stand and support the feet. The wood is old hardwood, with a beautiful...

    $6,000.00
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     Antique Victorian footed tray. Sterling silver. Made London England 1847 by Joseph Angell I and Joseph Angell II.   Measurements: Approximately 15 3/4inches (40cm) in diameter. Approximately 1 3/4 inches (4.5cm) high. Weighs 1840grams.   Round tray with wavy beaded border with fan-shaped shells at 7 intervals on the edge. These lead to ribbons and shells...

    $4,000.00
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    Antique Russian chased silver serving tray. Made in Moscow, 1893 by Petr Milyukov.   Measures 17 5/8 inches long x 11 1/2 inches wide (45 X 29cm). Weighs 945grams.   Scalloped rectangular shape with an openwork sturdy handle at either side. Fluted, rolled border. The entire surface is very richly decorated with chased patterns: the concave, rounded sides...

    $4,000.00
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    Exceptional Victorian sterling silver claret jug, Sheffield, 1872. 11 7/8inches high. Weighs 30oz. Round domed base with repousse floral and scrolling patterns. Ovoid body richly chased and engraved with panels of repousse trailing vines, grapes & leaves and c-scrolls, the latter forming a large cartouche front and back with gargoyle/mask heads above...

    $4,000.00
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    Magnificent wine jug / flagon, made London, England circa 1850 by Richard Hennell. Measures 12inches tall (31cm) and weighs 1130 grams. Cylindrical shaped body, narrowing and curving slightly towards the lid. Body chased and engraved with fruit, scrolls and arches, somewhat Persian in style. Fabulous spout and scrolling handle with original ivory heat...

    $4,000.00
  • $3,500.00

    Antique George III sterling silver brandy warmer. Made by John Emes, London, England 1801. Weighs a whopping 551 grams. A little over 5 1/2 inches to the top of the handle. Body is 4 1/4 inches in diameter, excluding the spout. Classic, understated elegance. Round body with spout and long handle - conical silver extending from the side with matching...

    $3,500.00
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    A George III sterling silver coffee pot, made by Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart, London, 1805.Measures 10 1/4inches / 26cm high. Weighs 875g.Vase form with gadroon border. The body engraved with two scrolling foliate vacant cartouches below an engraved band of flowerheads, acorns and scrolling foliage. Leaf-capped reeded scroll handle with ivory...

    $3,500.00
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    Antique George IV set of 8 sterling silver dinner forks. Made in London, England, by Paul Storr, 1820. Measurements: Each fork is a little over 8 1/8inches long. Combines weight is 735grams. 'Double threaded fille' pattern forks. Understated, elegant design with heart-shaped terminals and ridged borders along top of handles. Very sturdy and solid....

    $3,500.00
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    Judaica Sterling silver Sabbath candlesticks, possibly German or Russian, early 19th century.Measure 11 5/8inches tall. Weighted.Baroque style candlesticks. Stems like Corinthian columns. Triangular bottoms, standing on 3 scrolling feet, richly decorated with shells, scallops, scrolls, flowers, foliage and wheat and grapes. Acanthus leaves and scrolls...

    $3,000.00
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    5 Piece Victorian sterling silver and gilt fruit serving set, made London, England, 1886 by John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater. Spoons 8 1/8inches long. Weigh 365g together. Come in original fitted case, silk-lined with gilt lettering under a crown: Mappin & Webb, Silversmiths to the Queen, London & Sheffield. Set consists of 4 serving spoons and a...

    $3,000.00
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