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BQ343

Fabulous Art Deco sterling silver coffee set on tray with enameled ornament. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1926. This set comprises coffeepot, creamer, sugar, and tray.

Coffeepot, creamer, and sugar have faceted baluster body, faceted, raised, and spread foot, and bracket handles. Covers faceted (coffeepot cover hinged and domed; sugar cover raised). Tray faceted with chamfered bracket handles. Stylized and imbricated leaf and flower ornament in geometric frames in green, blue,... Click for details

Sale Price: $29,250.00
Listed Price $45,000.00
BR238

Pair of Edwardian Regency sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1914. Each: Oval and fluted form comprising urn socket, tapering shaft, and fluid stepped foot. Tooled Vitruvian scroll border and engraved flowers, scrolls, and leaves. Bobeche has raised bead-and-reel rim and is detachable. Fully marked including date symbol, code DKD, and Bigelow, Kennard retailer’s stamp. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 10 1/8 x W 5 3/8 x D 4 1/4 in. Weighted. #BR238 & BR239

Sale Price: $1,155.00
Listed Price $1,650.00
BR186

Beautiful sterling silver centerpiece. Made by Mauser in New York, ca 1890. Round well with twisted flutes. Wide and wavy rim with applied and stippled fruiting grapevine; some bunches pendant from open rings. Substantial and tactile as well as suggestive of abundance. Fully marked including no. 805G. Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 4 1/4 x D 14 3/4 in. Weight: 27 troy ounces. #BR186

Sale Price: $1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR196

Small sterling silver centerpiece bowl. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York in 1888. Solid well with curved bottom and inset foot ring. Turned-down wavy shoulder with dense pierced scrollwork. Fruiting berry branch applied to rim. A great high-low design that conflates bucolic sustenance and precious metal. Fully marked including maker’s and retailer’s (Shreve, Crump & Low) stamps, year, and no. 566. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x D 13 3/4 in. Weight: 42 troy ounces. #BR196

Sale Price: $2,800.00
Listed Price $4,000.00
BR200

Modern Classical sterling silver centerpiece bowl. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass. in 1950. Quatrefoil well. Curved sides with alternating flutes and lobes. Scrolled rim. Rests on 4 scallop-shell mounted paw supports. A great revving up of traditional motifs. Hallmark includes date symbol and no. X811. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 7/8 x W 12 5/8 x D 8 3/4 in. Weight: 20 troy ounces. #BR200

Sale Price: $696.50
Listed Price $995.00
BS692

Antique sterling silver cracker scoop in Colonial pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1910. Handle tapering and reeded, and has scrolled terminal with applied leaf. Round bowl with pierced and stylized ornament. A nice early serving piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1895. Very good condition.

Length: 9 in. Weight: 4 troy ounces. #BS692

Sale Price: $525.00
Listed Price $750.00
BN979

Edwardian cut-glass powder jar with sterling silver cover. Made by Adie Bros in Birmingham in 1904. Drum form with diaper ornament alternating with double flutes. On cover are two figures of which one kneeling in leafy scroll wreath. Cover fully marked. Very good condition with nice period wear and rubbing to cover.

Dimensions: H 2 1/4 x D 1 3/4 in. #BN979

Sale Price: $122.50
Listed Price $175.00
BR198

Pretty sterling silver bowl. Made by S. Kirk & Son in Baltimore. Plain well with tapering sides and raised and spread foot. Wide and gently curved shoulder with repousse floral garland on stippled ground. Rim has applied scallop shells, leaves, and scrolls. A nice piece in a traditional regional style. Hallmark (1932-61) and no. 179A. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x D 11 1/2 in. Weight: 21.5 troy ounces. #BR198

Sale Price: $770.00
Listed Price $1,100.00
BM418

South American silver sugar bowl, late 19th century. Bellied with scroll-bracket end handles, domed foot, and hinged double-domed cover with figural finial in form of crouching monkey leaning against a sign post engraved with initials DB. Hand hammering visible on interior. Good condition with nice old patina.

Dimensions: H 6 1/2 x W 6 1/4 x D 5 1/4 in. Weight: 14 troy ounces. #BM418

Sale Price: $486.50
Listed Price $695.00
BR204

Stylish sterling silver lighter. Made by Mario Buccellati in Milan. Large apple with naturalistic irregular form and striated skin. Long stem with leaf. Detachable lighter set in underside. Marked “925 / Mario Buccellati”. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 4 1/2 x W 5 x D 4 in. Weight (without lighter): 5.5 troy ounces. #BR204

Sale Price: $1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR188

Pair of Rococo Revival sterling silver liqueur decanters. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Each: Bellied bowl with baluster neck and flared rim on raised and spread foot. Bowl has applied cherubs engaged in the customary cherubic activities—lovemaking, garland hanging, and torch bearing. Sweet winged and chubby figures. Neck has pointed oval frames inset with same and flowers. Domed ball stopper decorated with flowers and birds. Fully marked including pattern no. 15115 (first produced in... Click for details

Sale Price: $2,800.00
Listed Price $4,000.00
BS679

Fancy Regent sterling silver asparagus fork. Made by Durgin in Concord, New Hampshire. Scrolled and pierced handle with engraved flowers and scallop shell terminal. Flat shank with concave sides, wide and blunt tines joined by pierced ovals, and same ornament. A beautiful early piece in this pattern, which was first produced in 1901. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and Gorham stamp. Gorham acquired Durgin in the early 20th century. Very good condition with nice patina.

Length: 10 in.... Click for details

Sale Price: $595.00
Listed Price $850.00
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