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Sterling silver soup ladle in Waverly pattern. Made by Wallace in Wallingford. Tapering handle with trefoil terminal and raised and feathered scrollwork. Deep and ovoid bowl with same. A nice piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1890. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 13 inches. Weight: 6 troy ounces. BL752Sale Price: $315.00
Set of 8 sterling silver forks in Grande Baroque pattern. Made by Wallace in Wallingford. The classic 20th-century American pattern that was first produced in 1941, after a design by William S. Warren. Crisp definition and good balance. Hallmarked. Condition: rich patina and attractive period wear.
Length: 7 1/2 in. Total weight: 19.6 troy ounces. BI938Sale Price: $556.50
George III sterling silver tablespoon. Made by Robert Clark in Edinburgh in 1762. Tapering handle with round terminal. Deep and elongated ovoid bowl. Script monogram on reverse. Hallmarked. Nice patina and period wear.
Length: 8 in. Weight: 2 troy ounces. BI936Sale Price: $245.00
Aesthetic salad serving pair in sterling silver. Made by Knowles (later Mauser) in Providence, ca. 1880. Fork and spoon have tapering handles with acid-etched ornament of Japanese inspiration with crustaceans, birds, and branches. Spoon has round and crimped bowl. Fork has round and crimped shank with four tines. Bowl and shank have double-sided gilt wash. Hallmark includes retailer’s name A. Stowell & Co. Excellent condition.
Length: Spoon: 9 1/2 in. Fork: 9 1/4 in. BL569Sale Price: $1,295.00
Sterling silver gilt and enamel serving spoon in Hanover pattern. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1900. The asymmetrical Art Nouveau pattern with vermeil finish and heightened with polychrome enamel. Monogrammed. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 9 in. Weight: 3.3 troy ounces. BL388Sale Price: $227.50
Sterling silver salad spoon and fork in Love Disarmed patterned. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton. Languid maids with disheveled drapery set in foliage and flowers. A fine pair in this sculptural and suggestive pattern, which was first produced in 1899.
Length: Spoon: 10 1/2 in. Fork: 10 1/4 in. Total weight:14.5 troy ounces. BL390Sale Price: $875.00
Sterling silver gilt scoop in Lily of the Valley pattern. Made by Wood & Hughes (the predecessor to Graff, Washbourne & Dunn) in New York, ca. 1880. Stylized flower set in leaf-form terminal. Bowl is fluted, triangular, and richly gilt. A great piece by a historic New York maker. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with deep patina.
Length: 8 ¼ in. Weight: 1 troy ounces. BL394Sale Price: $350.00
Sterling silver serving master butter in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca. 1890. Double-sided ornament. Curved blade with wavy top rim. This form also tentatively identified as a pickle knife (Tiffany Silver Flatware, p. 144). Historic monogram and date (June 6th, 1895). Hallmark includes the mark of the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893, and the letter M for the directorship of Edward Moore (1873-1891). An early piece in this pattern, which was first... Click for detailsSale Price: $665.00
Gilt sterling silver bonbon spoon. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1898. S-scroll handle and round bowl. Bowl has central heraldic cartouche (vacant) and pierced foliage and flowers. Cherubs’ heads and scrolls on handle. Fine details and good heft. Hallmark includes date symbol and model no. A291. Excellent condition with richly mellowed gilding.
Length: 8 ¾ in. Weight: 8.5 troy ounces. BI588Sale Price: $556.50
Set of 3 Italian serving pieces in gilt brass and enamel, ca. 1860. This set comprises a spoon, fork, and knife. The handles are straight and tapering with knops and enameled Grotesque ornament on white ground. The spoon has a shaped bowl. The fork has shaped shank and four tines. The knife has a curvilinear blade. The spoon and knife have figural mounts. A beautiful set that reflects the Victorian interest in Renaissance Italy. Excellent condition with good color. Wear to fitted case.... Click for detailsSale Price: $2,660.00
Sterling silver olive spoon. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1885. Undulating and notched handle with applied crabs. Oval with stylized leaf in repousse. Handle terminates in 2-tine fork. Bowl and tines lightly gilt. Inventive and elegant. A nice piece from the Aesthetic era. Hallmark includes model no. 272. Very good condition with nice patina.
Length: 9 7/8 in. Weight: 1.1 troy ounces. BL316Sale Price: $595.00
French 950 silver fish service, ca. 1910. Possibly by Georges Fouquet-Lapar in Paris. This service comprises 8 knives and 8 forks. The knives have a curvilinear blade. The forks have a long shank and 4 tines. Handles are tapering with applied scallop shell and beaded husk and terminate in cartouche with asymmetrical scrolls. Hallmarked. Excellent condition with nice patina.
Length: Knife: 8 ¾ in. Fork: 7 ¾ in. Total weight: 29.5 troy ounces. BL179Sale Price: $1,400.00