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BL814

Early Victorian acid-etched crystal and sterling silver decanter. Made by Charles Fox in London in 1840.

Ovoid crystal body on flat and scalloped foot. Acid-etched floral garlands. Cylindrical neck, scroll handle, and helmet mouth in silver: dense grape bunches and leaves and vine handle and rim. Grape bunch stopper with cork plug. Very fine silverwork. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 14 x D 4 1/4 in. BL814

Sale Price: $3,850.00
Listed Price $5,500.00
BL673

Pair of Victorian sterling silver scallop shells. Made by William Gibson and John Langman in Sheffield in 1885. Each: crisp and deep flutes and scroll handle with engraved armorial. Rests on 3 conch shells. Hallmark includes retailer’s name Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 1 x W 4 x D 5 in. Total weight; 5 troy ounces. BL673

Sale Price: $556.50
Listed Price $795.00
BI583

Set of 4 Victorian sterling silver napkin rings inset with hardstones. Made by Barnard & Sons in London, 1867-69. Each: engraved foliage and flowers. Large cabochon-cut hardstone mounted to top and bordered by beading. Each stone a different color. Hallmark includes date letters for 1867 and 1869. Excellent condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 ¼ x D 2 in. Total weight (with hardstones): 4.1 troy ounces.

In leather-bound quatrefoil case with fitted velvet and silk lining. Case... Click for details

Sale Price: $2,450.00
Listed Price $3,500.00
BI582

Large sterling silver goblet. Made by Barnard & Sons in London in 1872. Curved and tapering bowl on stem with flange and knop. Raised and stepped foot. Low relief frieze on stippled ground depicting a procession of Classical horsemen. Frieze bordered by stylized foliage. Circular cartouche (vacant). Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 9 7/8 x D 4 ½ in. Weight: 15 troy ounces. BI582

Sale Price: $2,660.00
Listed Price $3,800.00
BH975

Victorian sterling silver fish slice and fork. Made by John James Whiting in London in 1856. Scrolled cartouche with scallop shell. The slice has a curvilinear blade with open scrollwork. The fork has a curvilinear shank with 4 open tines. A charming blend of Georgian classicism and Victorian rococo.

Length: Slice: 13 in. Fork: 10 ¼ in. Total weight: 9.5 troy ounces. BH975

Sale Price: $1,050.00
Listed Price $1,500.00
BH974

Victorian sterling silver fish slice and fork. Made by Martin, Hall & Co. Ltd in Sheffield in 1866. Engraved flowers in linked cartouches on latticed and lined ground. The slice has a tapering blade with pierced scrolls. The fork has a curved and pierced shank with 4 tines. An early example of Victorian avant-garde surface ornament. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Length: Slice: 12 1/3 in. Fork: 9 ½ in. Total weight: 9.2 troy ounces. BH974

Sale Price: $1,050.00
Listed Price $1,500.00
BH561

Edward VII sterling silver tray. Made by William Comyns in London in 1905. Rectilinear with curved sides and husk rim. Classical figures in reeded horizontal oval medallion. Medallion surmounted by oil lamp with pendant garlands. A fine revival piece. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 1 /2 x W 11 7/8 x D 9 ¼ in. Weight: 10 troy ounces. BH561

Sale Price: $1,050.00
Listed Price $1,500.00
BJ666

Victorian Rococo sterling silver epergne. Made by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield in 1894. Four foliate feet surmounted by four foliate scrolls supporting four branches and central trellised canopy. Beneath canopy is large detachable basket . Four small detachable baskets on surrounding branches. Baskets have solid bottom, open weave sides, and fruiting grapevine rim. Fruiting grapevine and berry finial on canopy. A masterpiece of late Victorian silver. Excellent condition. Fully... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
BD101

This lovely perfume bottle dates back to Circa 1891 London. It has a classic round shape and the glass is beautifully engraved around the entire body with two birds, flowers, and leaves. The sterling hinged cover is intricately embossed with flowers, leaves, and scrolls also. It measures 5 inches in height and has English hallmarks as well as WC for William Combs. The perfume bottle is in excellent condition.

Sale Price: $525.00
Listed Price $750.00
BD333

This is an impressive and most unusual Victorian presentation trophy, beautifully made of sterling silver gilt in the form of an amphora vase and handsomely decorated all around with a wide frieze of acid-etched decoration depicting Greco-Romano scenes set between assorted bands of both abstract and geometric forms. At the base of the neck, between the gracefully curving handles, an inscription in large, distinctively shaded upper case letters boldly proclaims the words “Wexford Hunt Club... Click for details

Sale Price: $18,200.00
Listed Price $28,000.00
AY348

This is a very special Georgian Sterling Silver coffee pot with an unusual ivory handle in the shape of a snake and made by the highly celebrated silversmith, Paul Storr. Storr's work has been rightfully aclaimed as that of one of the most talented silversmiths working in Georgian England and is eagerly sought after by collectors of high quality Antique Silver. This piece is a striking example of both his artistic and creative talents. It is beautifully proportioned and superbly made with the... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
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