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BO529

Pair of sterling silver 3-light candelabra. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1902. Each: baluster shaft on squarish base with corner paw supports. Central light on baluster with wrap-around and looping arms, each terminating in single light. Each arm reeded with 2 leaf caps. Each socket urn-form with petal rim. Chased and applied flowers and foliage as well as pierced lattice. Sumptuous. Can be converted to candlesticks. Hallmark includes pattern 12249 (first produced in 1895) and... Click for details

$14,625.00
Listed Price $22,500.00
BM645

Japonesque sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York in 1887. Baluster body, undulating rim, and c-scroll handle with soft graduated notches. Acid-etched aquatic scene with fish darting among the plants swaying in the whiplash current. Rare and beautiful. Hallmark includes year and no. 84. Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 7 7/8 x W 7 1/4 x D 4 7/8 in. Weight: 28.2 troy ounces. #BM645

$12,025.00
Listed Price $18,500.00
BM610

Hand-hammered and applied sterling silver coffee set. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1880. This set comprises coffeepot, creamer, and sugar.

Japonesque marine life heightened with gilt wash applied to honeycomb ground: fish and crabs swim between the swaying water plants. There are also jokey insects. A creepy-crawly alights on the sugar rim and the creamer handle has a bug "cap".

Coffeepot and creamer conical with scroll bracket handle. Sugar has loose ring handles. Creamer and... Click for details

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BM606

Pair of sterling silver 2-light candelabra in Acorn pattern. Designed by Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen in Copenhagen.

Each: stylized acorn on rectangular base mounted to stepped and round foot. Two leaf shafts, each terminating in single socket. X-form tendril stretchers with leaf mounts. Desirable pieces in the hard-to-find (for hollowware) Acorn pattern. Postwar hallmark includes pattern no. 619 and designer's initials. Very good condition and patina.

Dimensions: H 6 ½ x W 6 7/8 x D... Click for details

$9,750.00
Listed Price $15,000.00
BM152

Pair of 7-light sterling silver candelabra in Chrysanthemum pattern. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1910. Each: baluster shaft on raised square foot resting on flat volute corner supports. Single central light surrounded by 6 scrolled arms, each terminating in single light. Chrysanthemums applied to socket and wax pan rims as well as base. Twisted leaves applied to shaft. Sumptuous and sculptural.

The pattern (no. 16736) was first produced in 1906. Hallmark includes director’s... Click for details

$81,250.00
Listed Price $125,000.00
BI944

Pair of wonderful Victorian acid-etched decanters with sterling silver mounts. Made by Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox in London in 1853.

Each: tapering cylindrical neck with helmet mouth, scroll handle, baluster body, knop, and flat circular foot. Ovoid stopper with faceted neck and frosted plug. Acid-etched foliage and scrolls with classical profiles in scrolled oval frames to body and stopper. Cut ornament to foot underside. Neck, shoulder, and mouth have silver mount with strapwork,... Click for details

$12,025.00
Listed Price $18,500.00
BC235

Edwardian sterling silver tea tray. Made by William Comyns in London in 1910. Solid oval well and cut-out ogee end handles. Sides are tapering and pierced with stylized flowers and scrolls, and scroll cartouches inset with merrymaking cherubs. Hallmark includes retailer’s name Heitzman & Sons, Cardiff. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 2 x W 24 1/2 x D 18 in. Weight: 123 troy ounces. BC235

$7,800.00
Listed Price $12,000.00
BL400

Sterling silver water pitcher with nautical scene. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca. 1892. Curved body with chased and engraved boats. In the foreground, sailboats bob and sway on the choppy waves. In the background, a steamboat chugs straight ahead. Foot comprised of chased and overlapping scallop shells. Same applied to neck border. Wide mouth with wavy scroll rim and small lip spout. Capped scroll handle. Hallmark includes pattern no. no. 11455 (first produced in 1892) and... Click for details

$12,025.00
Listed Price $18,500.00
BI371

Large sterling silver amphora. Made by Whiting in 1911. Elongated and tapering body, and molded rim. Mounted to square base with scrolled feet. Handles are scrolled and reeded with foliate caps and mounts. Leaves applied to base and feet. Very fine piece by a historic New York maker. Hallmark includes date symbol and model no. 1376.

Dimensions: H 14 1/2 x W 14 1/2 x D 9 in. Weight: 81 troy ounces. BI371

$7,000.00
Listed Price $10,000.00
BH482

Large sterling silver Neoclassical ewer. Made by Tiffany in New York, ca. 1885. Ovoid body, helmet mouth and spout, scrolled handle, short stem with knop, and dome foot. Body encircled with Classical military frieze on stippled ground. Lower body has low-relief lobing. Handle is reeded with foliate cap and mount, and terminates in grape bunch. Knop and foot decorated with foliate and and stylized dentil ornament. Monumental. Hallmarked. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 17 ¾ x W 5... Click for details

$7,800.00
Listed Price $12,000.00
BJ934

Sterling silver tea and coffee service. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass., ca. 1910. This service comprises kettle with hinged cover on stand, coffeepot with hinged cover, teapot with hinged cover, sugar with cover, creamer, and waste bowl, all on serving tray.

Hollowware: Kettle, coffeepot, and teapot, and creamer have a faceted and baluster body. The creamer and sugar have a squat, curved, and faceted body. All covers domed and faceted with bud finial. All feet rectangular with... Click for details

$9,750.00
Listed Price $15,000.00
BF289

This regal pair of English Victorian Sterling Silver Gilt Wine Coasters was made by the venerable London silversmith, Richard Sibley, in 1839. Each is fully marked around the rim of the foot, with the maker’s mark, lion passant sterling mark, leopard’s head for London, monarch’s mark of Queen Victoria, and the date letter “D” for 1839. The coasters are made of very heavy gauge silver and are inset with wood bases. The coasters are decorated with an ovolo and trefoil pierced gallery,... Click for details

$11,700.00
Listed Price $18,000.00
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