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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
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. BH975Sale Price: $1,050.00
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. BH974Sale Price: $1,050.00
Silver knives with Japonesque mixed-metal ornament, ca. 1890. Attributed to Tiffany in England. Each: hammered silver handle with inlaid and applied copper, brass, and silver flowers, fish, and scrolls. Each hallmarked “O” on handle and “Joseph Rodgers & Sons Cutlers to Her Majesty” on blade. Rodgers & Sons was a Sheffield firm that worked with Tiffany. Some wear to blades. Otherwise very good condition.
Length: 8 ¾ inches. Total weight: 34.8 troy ounces. BL203Sale Price: $8,125.00
Art Nouveau server in 950 silver. Made by Am. Tallois in Paris. Triangular blade with flowers and insect in low relief, heightened and bordered with gold. Tapering handle with foliage. An elegant addition to the buffet. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 12 in. Weight: 3.8 troy ounces.
In leather-bound case with fitted velvet lining. BL122Sale Price: $420.00
George III sterling silver fish slice with agate handle. Made in London, England in 1797. The blade is curvilinear with pierced ornamental arcade. The handle is tapering and faceted with scalloped silver mount. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 11 ¾ in. BL142Sale Price: $486.50
Sterling silver claret ladle in Grape pattern. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York, ca. 1900. Twisted shaft terminating in oval bowl. Scrolled handle has grape bunches in relief. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 12 in. Weight: 2.2 troy ounces. BH388Sale Price: $192.50
Sterling silver dessert set with horse ornament. Made by Watson in Attleboro, Mass., ca. 1920. This set comprises 11 knives and 12 forks. Each handle has a horse’s head in roundel. The knives have stainless steel blades. The forks have 4 tines. Elegant and equestrian. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Knife: L 9 ¼ in. Fork: L 7 in. Approx. weight (silver only): 30 troy ounces. BG755Sale Price: $1,750.00
Sterling silver long-handled salad serving set in Lap Over Edge pattern. Made by Tiffany, ca. 1885. This pair comprises 1 fork and 1 spoon. Both pieces have allover hammering, a tapering handle, and applied ornament (fish and foliage on fork, foliage on spoon). The fork shank has a curvilinear bowl and 3 tines. The spoon has a crimped and scalloped bowl. Shank and bowl interior lightly gilt.
An early pair in this pattern, which was first produced in 1880. Hallmarked. Excellent condition... Click for detailsSale Price: $4,550.00
Sterling silver soup ladle in Laureate pattern. Made by Whiting. Oval and fluted bowl. Curved and tapering handle with leaves bordered by foliate border. Oval medallion (blank for monogram). Hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 11 in. Weight: 4.3 troy ounces. $350Sale Price: $245.00
Set of sterling silver flatware in Borgia pattern. Made by Buccellati in Italy. This set comprises 110 pieces: 12 knives (9 in.), 12 knives (8 in.), 12 forks (8 in.), 11 salad forks (6 in.), 12 pastry forks (6 in.), 12 oval soup spoons (6 in.), 12 teaspoons ( 5 in.), 12 dessert spoons (6 in.), 4 fish forks (6 in.), 4 fish knives (8 in.), 4 butter knives (6 in.), 1 master butter (8 in.), 1 sugar spoon (5 in.), and 1 pickle fork (5 in.).
All pieces are monogrammed on verso. Knife blades are... Click for detailsSale Price: Sold
Sterling silver slotted spoon in Medallion pattern. Made by Gorham, C 1875. Tapering and curved handle terminating in circular bowl. Handle decorated with linear ornament, scrollwork, flower, and woman’s profile on medallion. Bowl has scalloped rim, piercing, and gilt residue. An early example of the historic Gorham pattern. (Medallion was first produced in 1864.) Fully hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Length: 6 in. Weight: 1.3 Troy Ounces. AS711Sale Price: $262.50