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BI868

Sterling silver centerpiece bowl with 8-light candelabra on plateau. Made by Bailey, Banks & Biddle in Philadelphia, ca. 1890. Bowl is squat and curved with turned-down rim. Short stem and shallow dome foot. Four pairs of detachable branches attach to foot. Each pair comprises c-scroll branches joined at base. Each branch terminates in single light: bulbous socket with detachable bobeche and short stem mounted to wax pan. Bowl rests on raised and spread plateau.

Dense chasing with... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
BI727

Large sterling silver scallop shell with vermeil cherub figures. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1964. Concentric flutes and curvilinear handle. Mounted to handle are two reclining cherubs holding a garland. Figures are metal with vermeil finish. Rests on 2 ball feet. Hallmark includes model no. 40617/2. Excellent condition with good definition and weight.

Dimensions: H 2 ¾ x W 9 ¼ x D 9 ½ in. Weight (with figures): 19 troy ounces. BI727

Sale Price: $1,050.00
Listed Price $1,500.00
BI615

Pair of Edwardian sterling silver napkin rings. Made by Robert Chandler in Birmingham in 1906. Each: arched and tapering top and flat bottom. Pierced foliage and flowers flanking scrolled oval cartouche.

Dimensions: H 1 ½ x W 2 x D 1 ½ in. Total weight: 1.6 troy ounces.

In leather bound case with silk and velvet lining. Case dimensions: H 2 ¼ x W 6 1/8 x D 3 in. BI615

Sale Price: $455.00
Listed Price $650.00
BI669

Sterling silver bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1900. Circular well, curved sides, and everted rim. Interior has twisted flutes. Scrolls and shells applied to rim. Hallmark includes model no. A2227. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 3 ¼ x D 10 ¼ in. Weight: 12 troy ounces. BI669

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BI694

Art Nouveau sterling silver compote. Made by Meriden Britannia (part of International) in Meriden, Conn., ca. 1900. Circular well, curved sides, and scrolled and everted rim. Interior sides have asymmetrical frames. Repousse and chased flowers, foliage, and scrolls on rim. Rests on conical foot. Tactile and sinuous. Monogrammed. Hallmark includes model no. C4148. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 5 ¼ x D 10 in. Weight: 10 troy ounces. BI694

Sale Price: $486.50
Listed Price $695.00
BI633

German sterling silver three-mast ship. Imported to Chester, England by Berthold Muller in 1903. A very large model of an old three-mast warship in battle. Sailors wield weapons, climb rigging, and fall in agony. The gun ports are open. The captain is at the helm.

A wonderful model from the mermaid figurehead to the dolphin rudder. Sails are “stitched” and the hand-hammering suggests billowing wind. Ships and decks are made of “planks.” Interior of captain’s cabin has shadows... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
BI680

Three-piece sterling silver coffee service. Made by Svend Toxvaerd in Copenhagen, ca. 1960. This service comprises 1 coffeepot with cover, 1 creamer, and 1 sugar.

Coffeepot: baluster body, s-scroll vertical spout, foot ring, and ebonized wood bracket handle. Cover is concave with flared edge and cylindrical ebonized-wood finial. Creamer: squat bowl, foot ring, asymmetrical mouth, and concave bracket side handles. Creamer: round bowl, foot ring, asymmetrical mouth with lip spout, and concave... Click for details

Sale Price: $1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
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
BL327

Hand-hammered sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Svend Toxvaerd in Copenhagen C 1950. Baluster body, scroll handle with grape-bunch mount, raised foot, wide lip spout, and molded rim. Base encircled with applied grape bunches alternating with stylized flowers. An attractive piece of Danish silver with strong Jensen inspiration.

Dimensions: H 8 7/8 x W 6 ½ x D 4 ½ in. Weight: 18.9 troy ounces. BL327

Sale Price: $1,750.00
Listed Price $2,500.00
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
BI293

Pair of 3-light sterling silver Chrysanthemum candelabra. Made by Tiffany & Co. in 1882. Each: baluster shaft on dome foot with 4 scroll supports. Three arms, each terminating in single light, wrapped around central bud. Chrysanthemums and flower heads applied to rims and shaft. Bobeches detachable. Can be converted to candlestick.

The pattern (no. 6997) was produced beginning in 1882. An early adaptation of the famous motif that was first applied to hollowware in 1880. Excellent... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
BA434

Serving tray in 84/96 (that is, 875) silver. Made by Carl Faberge in Moscow in 1891. Rectangular with rounded corners and open oval handles mounted to ends. Rim and handles reeded. Central oval cartouche with beaded border and radiating lobes. Cartouche is mongrammed RK surmounted by crown. A fine piece from the late days of imperial Russia. Fully hallmarked. Excellent condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 ½ x W 22 ¼ x D 14 ¼ in. Weight: 53.5 troy ounces. BA434

Sale Price: $13,000.00
Listed Price $20,000.00
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