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BN320

Antique sterling silver fish slice in Eglantine pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence. Dense repousse flowers and oval frame (vacant) on back. Shaped blade with engraved flowers. A nice piece in this early pattern, which was first produced in 1870. Nineteenth-century hallmark. Very good condition with attractive period wear.

Length: 10 3/8 in. Heavy weight: 5 troy ounces. #BN320

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BN303

Sterling silver tomato server in Versailles pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence. Scrolled terminal with Classical Baroque figure and ornament. Circular blade with ornamental piercing. A really nice serving piece in this historic pattern, which was first produced in 1885, based on designs by Antoine Heller. An early piece in this pattern with late 19th-century hallmark and an attractive period look.

Length: 7 1/2 in. Weight: 2.7 troy ounces. #BN303

Sale Price: $171.50
Listed Price $245.00
BO270

American sterling silver soup ladle, ca 1878. Tapering handle and shaped ovalish bowl. Stylized ornament. Arched terminal with chased cherub perched on scrolling tendrils, and oval frame (vacant). Bowl has engraved flowers, leaves, and scrolls. A charming piece in the advanced aesthetic taste. Indistinct maker’s mark - possibly New York maker Wood & Hughes, which had a line of stylish flatware. Hallmark includes patent date 1878. Very good condition.

Length: 12 1/2 in. Weight: 4.7 troy... Click for details

Sale Price: $276.50
Listed Price $395.00
BN260

Victorian sterling silver soup ladle. Made by Thomas, Walter & Henry Holland in London in 1899. Tapering handle with deep round bowl. Double-sided ornament on handle with carved flowers and strapwork on stippled ground – stylish though a tad old fashioned at the turn of the century. Terminal reverse has engraved armorial. Hallmarked. Good condition with age-related wear and rubbing. It’s been used and can continue to be used for another couple centuries.

Length: 13 in. Heavy weight: 10... Click for details

Sale Price: $770.00
Listed Price $1,100.00
BO218

George III sterling silver soup ladle. Made by George Smith III and William Fearn in London in 1792. Tapering handle with deep round bowl. Armorial engraved on terminal. Hallmarked. Good condition – very much in working order.

Length: 12 1/4 in. Weight: 4.7 troy ounces. #BO218

Sale Price: $346.50
Listed Price $495.00
BO257

Antique sterling silver berry spoon in Cambridge pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence. A pretty pattern with trefoil terminal decorated with scrolls and flowers. Bowl large and ovoid with gently pointed tip. Hallmark includes patent year 1899. Very good definition.

Length: 9 in. Weight: 2.4 troy ounces. #BO257

Sale Price: $115.50
Listed Price $165.00
BM811

Sterling silver pierced spoon in medallion pattern. Made by JE Caldwell & Co. in Philadelphia, ca 1870. Curved handle terminating in oval medallion applied with centurion’s head on engraved linear ground. A great piece by a regional maker in the fashionable classical motif. The stylized flower and leaf mounts are forward-looking touches. Round petal bowl is gilt and has ornamental piercing. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Length: 7 5/8 in. Weight: 1.8 troy ounces. BM811

Sale Price: $280.00
Listed Price $400.00
BM810

Sterling silver soup ladle in medallion pattern. Made by Bailey & Co. (predecessor to Baily, Banks & Biddle) in Philadelphia, ca 1870. Curved handle terminating in oval medallion applied with centurion’s head on engraved linear ground. A great piece by a regional maker in the fashionable classical motif. The stylized flower and leaf mounts are forward-looking touches. Ovoid bowl is gilt.

Hallmarked Bailey & Co. (1846-78). Very good condition with rich patina.

Length: 13 in. Weight: 5.4... Click for details

Sale Price: $696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BM812

Sterling silver stuffing spoon in medallion pattern. Made by Bailey & Co. (predecessor to Bailey, Banks & Biddle) in Philadelphia, ca 1870. Curved handle terminating in oval medallion applied with centurion’s head on engraved linear ground. A great piece by a regional maker in the fashionable classical motif. The stylized flower and leaf mounts are forward-looking touches. Pointed ovoid bowl.

Hallmarked Bailey & Co. (1846-78). Very good condition with rich patina.

Length: 13 7/8 in.... Click for details

Sale Price: $665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BO214

Regency sterling silver stuffing spoon. Made in London in 1824. Tapering handle and oval bowl. Indistinct maker’s mark – appears to be RR for Robert Rutland, a flatware maker in the early 19th century. Nice condition and patina.

Length: 11 1/2 in. Weight: 3.5 troy ounces. BO214

Sale Price: $227.50
Listed Price $325.00
BO211

Sterling silver stuffing spoon in Villa Norfolk pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence. Terminal has stylized leaf between dos a dos volute scrolls. An early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1904.

Length: 12 3/8 in. Weight:5 troy ounces. BO211

Sale Price: $206.50
Listed Price $295.00
BM302

Large sterling silver soup ladle in Charles II pattern. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York. The classic pattern with beading, shell, and foliage. Fluted bowl with gilt interior. Hallmarked. Fine definition and patina.

Length: 13 troy ounces. Weight: 8 troy ounces. BM302

Sale Price: $346.50
Listed Price $495.00
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