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BP915

Edwardian sterling silver centerpiece bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1910. Bellied with turned-down rim decorated with garlands and ribbon as well as applied scrolls and shells. Interior gilt with radiating flutes. Four volute scroll supports with fancy leaf-and-shell mounts. Hallmark includes no. A1753. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 5 x D 12 in. Heavy weight: 46 troy ounces. #BP915

Sale Price: $2,450.00
Listed Price $3,500.00
BN305

Edwardian Sterling Silver Salver. Made by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, Ltd in London in 1905. Circular with molded curvilinear piecrust rim. Rests on 3 padded c-scrolls. Sweet Georgian revival. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 1/8 x D 8 in. Weight: 9.5 troy ounces. #BN305

Sale Price: $556.50
Listed Price $795.00
BP981

American Colonial sterling silver bowl. Made by Tiffany in New York. Bowl has curved sides and straight circular foot. Spare historic design that works equally well in Modern interiors. Hallmark includes pattern no. 19750, director’s letter M (1947-56), and phrase: “Reproduction / Original by / Joseph Conyers / Boston / about 1700.” Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 4 x D 9 in. Weight: 23.9 troy ounces. #BP981

Sale Price: $1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BP919

Edwardian Regency sterling silver basket. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1912. Solid oval well with engraved garland and wavy borders inset with pierced ornament. Tapering swing handle. Foot ring. Hallmark includes pattern no. 18288C (first produced in 1912) and director’s letter m (1907-47). Fine condition.

Dimensions: H (with handle) 7 3/4 x W 8 3/4 x D 6 1/4 in. Weight: 12.7 troy ounces. #BP919

Sale Price: $696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BP752

German 800 silver bowl, ca 1900. Ovoid with wide and flared mouth and 4 paw supports with leaf mounts. Chased and repousse scrolls and leaves. In well a gallant pushes a lady on a swing in a bower. A popular period motif sweetly portrayed. Rim has c- and s-scrolls and feathery leaf border. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 2 1/2 x W 12 3/8 x D 8 1/2 in. Weight: 13 troy ounces. #BP752

Sale Price: $696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BP779

Midcentury Modern sterling silver centerpiece bowl. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Shallow bowl mounted to scrolled and open ribbon support. The support is reflected in the bowl - a witty example of reflection as a design element. Hallmark includes postwar pattern no. 23428 and director’s letter M (1947-56). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 3/4 x D 11 3/8 in. Weight: 30 troy ounces. #BP779

Sale Price: $2,275.00
Listed Price $3,250.00
BP611

George V sterling silver salver. Made by Atkin Brothers in Sheffield in 1938. Oval with molded curvilinear rim. Rests on 4 capped volute scrolls. Traditional Georgian piecrust motif applied to a modern shape. Nice heft. Hallmarked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 3/4 x W 16 x D 12 3/8 in. Weight: 43.5 troy ounces. #BP611

Sale Price: $1,925.00
Listed Price $2,750.00
BP923

Classic sterling silver melon bowl. Made by Tiffany in New York. Shallow and ovoid bowl in form of lobed half melon. The side handles are pierced with stylized leaves and scrolled vines. Rests on 4 ball feet. Hallmark includes pattern no. 22974 (first produced in 1941), director’s letter m (1907-47), and wartime star (1943-45). Excellent condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 1/2 x W 10 x D 5 3/8 in. Weight: 8.4 troy ounces. #BP923

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BP924

Classic sterling silver melon bowl. Made by Tiffany in New York. Shallow and ovoid bowl in form of lobed half melon. The side handles are pierced with stylized leaves and scrolled vines. Rests on 4 ball feet. Hallmark includes pattern no. 22974 (first produced in 1941), director’s letter m (1907-47), and wartime star (1943-45). Excellent condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 1 1/2 x W 10 x D 5 3/8 in. Weight: 8.7 troy ounces. #BP924

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BP908

Sterling silver Revere bowl. Made by Arthur Stone in Gardner, Mass. Curved sides and stepped foot. Beautiful craftsmanship and traditional form. Hallmark includes initial T for Herbert A. Taylor, who worked for Stone from 1908-37. Good condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 3 1/2 x D 8 1/8 in. Weight: 16.5 troy ounces. #BP908

Sale Price: $1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BN326

Set of 4 sterling silver goblets. Made by Buccellati in Milan. Each: Curved bowl on double-knopped stem on double-domed foot. Olden days form with honeycomb hand hammering. Hallmarked. Very good condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 6 3/4 x D 2 7/8 in. Heavy total weight: 25.3 troy ounces. #BN326

Sale Price: $3,360.00
Listed Price $4,800.00
BN324

Early Japonesque sterling silver tea set. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. This set comprises teapot, creamer, and sugar. Each: Flat sides with curved ends and bottom set in 4-legged frame with block feet. Teapot and sugar have flat cover with raised center and c-scroll finial (teapot cover hinged). Teapot and creamer have scroll handles (creamer handle rattan style). Sugar has side brackets with loose rings. Teapot has straight spout and creamer has stubby spout. Creamer and sugar interior... Click for details

Sale Price: $12,025.00
Listed Price $18,500.00
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