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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
BL284

Pair of sterling silver scallop shells. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1892. Each: Straight flutes terminating in curvilinear rim. Rests on 3 seashell supports. Stem handle with flower finial. Hallmark includes date symbol. Excellent condition with delicate patina.

Dimensions: H 3 x W 5 1/2 x D 4 3/4 in. Total weight: 7.4 troy ounces. BL284

Sale Price: $875.00
Listed Price $1,250.00
BH771

Sterling silver covered centerpiece bowl with grape motif. Made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, ca. 1965. Oval bowl on molded oval foot. Side mounts with loose ring handles. Grape bunches applied to rings. Dome cover has elaborate finial: leaves with a grape bunch pendant from one stem. Fine casting and beautiful allover hand hammering. Excellent condition. Hallmark includes model no. 408D.

Dimensions: H 7 ½ x W 12 x D 9 ¼ in. Total weight: 60 troy ounces. #BH771

Sale Price: $13,000.00
Listed Price $20,000.00
BI417

Sterling silver baby set. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca. 1900. This set comprises 1 cup, 1 cereal bowl, and 1 plate.

The cup has a flared and molded rim, molded foot, and capped scroll handle. The bowl has a flared and molded rim and molded foot. The plate has a circular well. Band of foliage and flowers applied to each piece. Excellent condition with nice patina. Hallmark includes model nos. A3091, A3092, and A3093.

Dimensions: Cup: H 3 1/4 x W 4 3/4 x D 3 1/4 in. Bowl: H 2 1/2 x... Click for details

Sale Price: $840.00
Listed Price $1,200.00
BI283

Sterling silver serving tray. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca. 1923. Circular with well and molded rim. Heavy. The pattern (no. 20220) was first produced in 1923.

Dimensions: H 7/8 x D 13 troy ounces. Weight: 30 troy ounces. BI283

Sale Price: Sold
BI297

Set of 11 sterling silver nut dishes. Made by Graff, Washbourne & Dunn in New York, ca. 1920. Each: scalloped and oval well with curved sides and everted rim. Interior has repousse lobing and pierced and raised flowers. Monogrammed. Hallmark includes model no. 5536/120. Excellent condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 x W 3 ½ x D 2 2/3 in. Total weight: 8 troy ounces. BI297

Sale Price: $420.00
Listed Price $600.00
BI345

A fine sterling silver punch bowl and ladle in the Olympian pattern. Made by Tiffany in New York, ca. 1900.

Punch bowl: bowl has curved sides and rests on concave and conical foot. Repousse border depicting the gods at play. They embrace, flirt, and play music. Figural side handles in forms of beautiful young man and grimacing satyr. A dollop of moralizing amidst the merry making.

Ladle: On handle are Hebe the Cup Bearer and the Eagle of Jove. Ogee bowl.

A beautiful Beaux-Arts pattern... Click for details

Sale Price: Sold
BI356

Sterling silver bread tray in Salisbury pattern. Made by R. Wallace in Wallingford, Conn., ca. 1915. Oval well with scalloped rim and engraved ornament, including foliage, wave, and pointille. Hallmark includes pattern name, model no. 33612, and retailer’s mark “Made expressly for the Hardy & Hayes Co.” Heavy weight and excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 2 x W 11 ¾ x D 6 ¾ in. Weight: 16.5 troy ounces. BI356

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BI322

Rococo sterling silver bowl. Made by Tiffany in New York, ca. 1911. Circular well, lobed sides, and curvilinear molded rim. Engraved garlands and scrolled cartouches. Scallop shells applied to rim. The pattern (no. 18169) was first produced in 1911.

Dimensions: H 2 1/3 x D 11 1/3 in. Weight: 19 troy ounces. #BI322

Sale Price: $1,015.00
Listed Price $1,450.00
BI136

Large sterling silver scallop shell bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1941. Elongated form and dynamic flutes. Rests on 2 ball feet. Hallmark includes date code and model no. 42606.

Dimensions: H 1 ½ x W 7 ¼ x D 9 1/8 in. Weight: 11 troy ounces. BI136

Sale Price: $595.00
Listed Price $850.00
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