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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 detailsSale Price: $665.00
Rare sterling silver berry spoon in Vine pattern (popularly known as Fruits & Flowers). Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1880. Handle decorated with fruiting grapevine on stippled ground. Bowl conch-form with double-sided gilding. A fine piece in the Japonesque pattern that was in production from 1872 to before 1904. Hallmarked. Nice definition and patina.
Length: 9 1/2 in. Weight: 3.3 troy ounces. BM790Sale Price: $486.50
Sterling silver dinner service in Lily pattern. Made by Whiting in New York. This service comprises 91 pieces (all dimensions in inches): Knives: 8 dinner knives (9 1/4), 4 luncheon knives (8 7/8), and 7 butter knives (5 5/8); Forks: 8 dinner forks (7 3/4), 8 luncheon forks (6 3/4), 6 seafood forks (5 7/8), and 12 nut picks (4 7/8); Spoons: 4 tablespoons (8 1/4), 19 soup spoons (6 7/8), 8 teaspoons (5 3/4), and 8 bouillon spoons (5).
Butter knives have sterling silver blades. All other... Click for detailsSale Price: $5,950.00
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. BO214Sale Price: $227.50
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. BO211Sale Price: $206.50
American sterling silver knife and fork with nursery rhyme theme. Each: open terminal has boy seated with pie plate between legs. On handle in raised letters is name Jack Horner. A cute baby gift by New York State maker Mt. Vernon. Very good condition.
Length: Knife: 5 5/8 in. Fork: 4 1/2 in. Total weight: 1.2 troy ounces. BO374Sale Price: $245.00
Sterling silver ladle in pattern no. 128. Made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen. Bowl is “squashed” ovoid with 2 spouts and is mounted to handle with seeded scrolls. Handle terminal is leaf-wrapped berry. Visible hand hammering. This model is illustrated in Janet Drucker’s Georg Jensen (1997, p. 285). Postwar hallmark with pattern number. Nice condition and patina.
Length: 7 3/4 in. Weight: 2.8 troy ounces. BM678Sale Price: $595.00
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. BM302Sale Price: $346.50
Art Nouveau sterling silver spoon. Made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen. Stylized flower heightened with cabochon cut coral applied to engraved foliate ground. A beautiful piece in a less well known pattern by this maker. Early hallmark (1915-27) includes pattern no. 5. Very good condition with nice patina.
Length: 6 2/3 in. Weight: 1 troy ounce. BM461Sale Price: $227.50
Fabulous 2-piece fish set in Isis pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1875. Each: pierced and gilt with snake mounted to handle base. Hallmarked. Rich gilding and patina.
Length: Slice: 12 ½ in. Fork: 10 in. Nice weight: 7.87 troy ounces. BM202Sale Price: $1,750.00
Sterling silver fish serving pair in Mazarin pattern. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York. This pair comprises 1 fork and 1 slice. Curvilinear with graduated egg-and-dart border. Evocative of seventeenth-century elegance. The fork has splayed tines. The slice has scalloped blade. Tactile with good balance. A nice pair in this pattern, which was first produced in 1892. Hallmarked.
Length: Fork: 8 2/3 in. Slice: 11 3/4 in. Total weight: 6.5 troy ounces. BL885Sale Price: $276.50
Pair of sterling silver berry spoons in Rose pattern. Made by Stieff in Baltimore. Ovoid and scrolled bowl with chased berries. Tapering handle has dense low-relief bouquet. Early pieces in this pattern, which was first produced in 1892. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with rich period patina.
Length: 8 1/8 in. Total weight: 6.5 troy ounces. BL922Sale Price: Sold