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     Antique sterling silver bowl centerpiece. Made by Tiffany & Co during the presidency of John C Moore, 1907 - 1938.   Measurements: approximately 12 1/4 inches in diameter; 3 inches high. Weighs 766.7 grams.   Deep round bowl. Unfooted. Fluted sides with reflection of light bounced infinitely accross each of the concave curves. Turned down rim...

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    Antique Chinese silver and other natural materials, such as carved mother of pearl snuff box. Made circa 1800.   3 inches long; 2 1/4 inches wide. Weighs 48.4grams.   Oval shape. The top is a single piece of beautifully carved mother of pearl (abalone). It is set into a silver box with a hinged lid. The carving depicts a man riding a water buffalo, a...

    $2,750.00
  • $2,550.00

     Antique / vintage Art Deco silverplate and bakelite teaset. Made 1920-30's.   Consists of: Tray. Measures 16 3/4 inches accross handles. 15 1/4 inches accross tray. Oval shape with straight ends. Handles at a sharp angle with bakelite semi-circles forming a very interesting play of geometric shapes where they protrude beyond the end of the tray. Teapot:...

    $2,550.00
  • $2,500.00

     Antique, Late Victorian Teaset. Sterling silver teapot, milk jug / pitcher and sugar basin. Made London, England by Edward Barnard & Sons (see below) 1900-1901.   Measurements: teapot approx 28cm from spout to handle; 14.5cm high. Combined weight 1188grams.   Hallmarks: Milk jug echoes the shape of the previous two items with a scrolling handle...

    $2,500.00
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    Antique Tobacco box / tabbatiere. Sterling silver, gilt washed. Amethyst eyes. Made in Russia by J9 (BG) and assayed by by Nikolay Dubrovin (1822-1855) in Moscow. Measurements: Length approximately 7 1/2 cm (a little over 1 3/4inches). Weighs 30.8 grams. Rectangular tobacco box / tabattiere with a dog modelled on the lid. Full relief shape. Looks like a...

    $2,500.00
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    ?ntique, Victorian sterling silver and carved whale bone serving set - knife and fork. Made in Sheffield, England 1849. Maker A.F. Measurements: Knife is approx 12 3/4 inches long. Extraordinary grace and elegance: openwork sterling silver with engraved detail. Dolphin sea and wave theme seen in the actual shape of the knife with it's flowing curves,...

    $2,500.00
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    Antique Victorian sterling silver and cobalt glass deskset. Made 1899, London England. By the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., - William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman.   Measures approx 9 3/4 inches (24.5cm) long; weighable silver 579grams.   Rectangular with lobed, rounded sides. Stands on 4 paw feet. the gallery / railing is pierced and has...

    $2,500.00
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    Antique water / lemonade pitcher jug. Cut glass and sterling silver. Made late 19th - early 20th century by Bailey, Banks and Biddle, PHiladelphia, USA.   Measures 10 1/4 inches high. Diameter of base is 5 1/4 inches.   Cylindrical shape, tapering towards the top. Very heavy cut glass from the American Brilliant Cut Glass era. Rich, deep cutting in a...

    $2,500.00
  • $2,450.00

    Antique set of 4 menu card holders in the form of dogs - Retrievers / Labradors. Sterling Silver in fitted box. Sydney & Co. Made Birmingham England 1909.   Measurements: Each dog is approx 5.5cm long from tail to tip of his nose. Combined weight is 47.6grams. Ruler in photo is in inches.   Wonderfully modelled dogs with rich detail to the realistic...

    $2,450.00
  • $2,250.00

    Antique, Victorian armorial condiment set, 4 salts with glass liners and matching spoons. Vermeil - gilt washed sterling silver. Made London England, 19th century by Robert Hennell. Measurements: salts are 2 inches tall; diameter of upper rim is 2 1/2 - 2 5/8inches; spoons 3 5/8inches long; weight of silver (not including the liners) is 335grams....

    $2,250.00
  • $2,000.00

    Antique, early Victorian sterling silver stuffing spoons in the Kings Pattern. Made Glasgow, Scotland 1840. Measurements: Weigh 286.4grams. Length 12 inches. Pair of identical, long handled spoons - originally used to pull the stuffing out of the cooked food. Big, generous bowls; strong, sturdy long handles with beautiful repousse work towards the...

    $2,000.00
  • $1,950.00

    Sterling silver salver / 3-legged tray, made in Sheffield, England, 1894 by Mappin Brothers. Measures 12 1/4 inches in diameter. Weighs 765g (27oz). Very sturdy, solid salver. Circular with raised border entirely decorated with wonderful repousse flowers and foliage in a naturalistic pattern. The salver stands on 3 scrolling foliate legs. The center of...

    $1,950.00
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