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BN236

Sterling silver novelty porringer. Made by McChesney in Newark, ca 1910. Curved sides with acid-etched frames depicting the midnight ride of Paul Revere, when he announced “The British are coming.” Paul Revere’s Home, North Church, and Crossing Charles River are shown. One frame vacant apart from two lanterns – so there’s space to make a personal announcement. A wonderful piece of silver that celebrates a silversmith and his contribution to the American Revolution. Hallmark includes... Click for details

$556.50
Listed Price $795.00
BM949

George V sterling silver napkin ring with golf motif. Made by Harman Bros. in Birmingham in 1930. Elongated hexagon with two crossed clubs applied to exterior. A fun novelty for the swinger in your life. Hallmarked. Nice condition and patina.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x W 4 x D 1 1/4 in. Weight: 1.4 troy ounces. #BM949

$556.50
Listed Price $795.00
BN241

Japonesque sterling silver sugar. Made by Whiting in New York, ca 1890. Tapering sides with bamboo rim and 4 ball supports. Side handles scrolled with volute terminals. Acid-etched kimono-clad female (geisha) and bamboo branch. Interlaced script monogram. Maker’s mark (worn) and retailer’s name Theodore B. Starr. Fine patina and definition.

Dimensions: H 2 1/8 x W 5 7/8 x D 3 7/8 in. Weight: 5.7 troy ounces. #BN241

$665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BN193

Sterling silver baby cup. Made by R. Wallace in Wallingford, Connecticut, ca 1900. Baluster body with scroll handle and short foot. On front are engraved two little girls holding hands. One appears to be wiping away tears. A possible commentary on the strains and consolations of female friendship. Back vacant. Hallmark includes no. 266. Good condition with repair on back. Sold as is.

Dimensions: H 3 x W 3 3/4 x D 2 3/4 in. Weight: 2.4 troy ounces. #BN193

$262.50
Listed Price $375.00
BM782

Sterling silver novelty porringer. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass., ca 1950. Plain and curved sides. Figural handle in form of seated harlequin clown and baby elephant on hind legs. Very sweet. Hallmark includes no. X31. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 7/8 x W 6 3/8 x D 4 1/4 in. Weight: 4 troy ounces. #BM782

$556.50
Listed Price $795.00
BP633

Pair of glass and sterling silver compotes. Made by Hawkes in Corning, New York, ca 1920. Each: Shallow clear glass bowl with ornament on underside: abstract leaves and rim beading. Silver support and dome foot. Silver hallmark includes weight (37 pwts). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 5 x D 7 5/8 in. #BP633

$525.00
Listed Price $750.00
AX102

Pair of Georgian sterling silver wine bottle coasters. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1909. Each: Pierced double colonnade and stained-wood well with marquetry ornament. Felt-lined underside. Hallmark includes pattern no. 17304 (first produced in 1909) and director’s letter m (1907-47). Good condition with some period wear.

Large dimensions: H 1 3/4 x D 5 7/8 in. Well: D 5 5/8 in. #AX102

$1,750.00
Listed Price $2,500.00
BD353

Craftsman sterling silver porringer. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1878. Traditional form with shaped open handle. Dense allover fish-scale hammering. Very much a statement design. Hallmark includes pattern no. 5050 (first produced in 1878) and director’s letter M (1873-91). Nice condition with deep period patina.

Dimensions H (handle) 2 3/8 x W 7 3/8 x D 4 1/2 in. Weight: 5.4 troy ounces. #BD353

$840.00
Listed Price $1,200.00
BP617

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. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 3 3/4 x D 11 3/8 in. Weight: 27.9 troy ounces. #BP617

$2,275.00
Listed Price $3,250.00
BP103

Sterling silver novelty porringer. Made by Blackinton in North Attleboro, Mass., ca 1900. Tapering sides, reeded and raised foot, and open fleur de lys handle. On exterior are acid-etched frames with scenes from Native American history after the arrival of the English and Europeans: The First Thanksgiving, La Salle Plans Louisiana, Pocahontas and John Smith, Indians of the Plains, and Purchasing Manhattan. Charming but historically slanted depictions of canoe-paddling, feather-wearing,... Click for details

$486.50
Listed Price $695.00
BM861

Pair of Edwardian figural sterling silver salt shaker and mustard pot. Made by William Henry Sparrow in Birmingham in 1903. Each in form of seated Punch with legs wrapped around fat belly and finger touching hooked nose. Punch wears the traditional cap, which is pierced on shaker. The pot is hinged at shoulders and felt-lined. A nostalgic specimen of English popular culture wrought in precious metal. Hallmarked. Condition: Fine form and deep patina.

Dimensions: H 2 5/8 x W 1 3/4 x D 1 1/2... Click for details

$2,800.00
Listed Price $4,000.00
BN212

Elizabeth II sterling silver and enamel cigarette case. Made by Willian Neale & Sons, Ltd in Birmingham in 1956. Rectangular and hinged with chamfered corners. On cover in enamel is an early 2-seater airplane piloted through blue sky and fluffy white clouds. A serene depiction of flight only a few years after World War II. The scene is between reeded silver borders. Case back engine-turned. Interior gilt. Hallmarked. Fine color.

Dimensions: H 1/4 x W 5 x D 3 3/8 in. Gross weight: 5.8 troy... Click for details

$2,100.00
Listed Price $3,000.00
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