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Stylish sterling silver wine bottle coaster. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Solid well with fluted and radiating leaf and dart ornament. Open sides with blocks comprising pierced scrollwork and flowers. Flared rim with chased and fluid wavy band. Same on base. This pattern sometimes called Wave Edge. Perfect for a single-bottle night. Hallmark includes pattern no. 9057 (first produced in 1886) and director’s letter M (1873-91). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 5/8 x D 6 in. Weight:... Click for details

Listed Price $1,850.00

Japonesque sterling silver tray. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1878. Kidney-form with wavy and molded rim and four double volute-scroll supports. Mixed-metal ornament on hand-hammered honeycomb ground: Loose and elongated branch with leaves and hop blossoms that spills over rim. Cicada applied to handle.

Fully marked including pattern no. 5291 (first produced in 1878), director’s letter M (1873-91), and phrase “Sterling silver / and / other metals”. Fine condition.

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Listed Price $95,000.00

George V sterling silver jewelry box. Made by Levi & Salaman in Birmingham in 1913. Octagonal with straight sides and hinged and domed cover. Cover inlaid with star-form floral garland. Box interior velvet lined. Box underside leather lined. Fully marked. Good with attractive velvet wear.

Dimensions: H 2 1/8 x W 4 3/8 x D 4 3/8 in. Gross weight: 5.4 troy ounces. #BN234

Listed Price $850.00

Modern Georgian sterling silver coffeepot. Retailed by Cartier in New York. Faceted and upward tapering sides. S-scroll spout same as is domed and hinged cover same with stained-wood ball finial. Capped s-scroll handle in stained wood. Molded base rim. Full marked including maker’s (Schroth) and retailer’s stamps, and phrase “Hand Made”. Schroth was a New Jersey maker and retailer established in 1965. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 11 x W 9 3/4 x D 4 1/2 in. Gross weight: 28 troy... Click for details

Listed Price $2,000.00

Victorian sterling silver condiment set. Made by George Fox in London in 1881. This set comprises mustard pot, open salt, and pepper shaker on stand. Mustard pot has hinged cover with twig scroll handle and figural finial of man seated on barrel. Open salt has gilt interior. Pepper shaker baluster with pierced cover. All: Shell supports with male figural mounts. Low relief scenes with dancing, dining, and toping country folk. Sweet pastoral nostalgia at a time of rampant industrialization. ... Click for details

Listed Price $2,500.00

Fancy sterling silver page turner. Made by Shiebler for Tiffany & Co., both in New York, ca 1900. Plain blade surmounted by dense and textural leafy scrolls. Shaped end handle with open kidney. On back is engraved ruler measuring nine inches. Exuberant and practical. Fully marked including maker’s and retailer’s stamps. Numbered 3699. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 2 1/4 x L 11 1/2 in. Weight: 5 troy ounces. #BQ877

Listed Price $995.00

Pair of Dutch 833 silver wine bottle coasters. Each: Sides straight with pierced and engraved fantasy ornament: Flowers, leaves, and scaly piscine creatures. Beaded rims. Fully marked including date letters for 1890 and 1900. Good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 x D 5 1/4 in. Total weight: 8.5 troy ounces. #BS178

Listed Price $950.00

Set of 12 Art Deco sterling silver cocktail cups. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Each: Truncated cone with tapering stem and flat circular foot. Incised bands on bowl rim and foot rim. Spare and functional. Hallmarks include pattern no. 21378 (first produced in 1929). Ten cups have director’s letter M (1947-56) and 2 have director’s letter m (1907-47) of which 1 with wartime star (1943-45). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 4 x D 2 3/8 in. Total weight: 43.5 troy ounces. #BQ928

Listed Price $5,000.00

Edwardian sterling silver porringer. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1911. Traditional form including open tree handle sprouting acorn shoots. Bowl sides have acid-etched frieze with alternating oak leaves and acorn-clutching squirrels. Sweet with an implicit moral message about thrift and planning. Hallmark includes pattern no. 18080D (first produced in 1911) and director’s letter m (1907-47). Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 1 5/8 x W 7 3/8 x D 5 in. Weight: 8.5 troy ounces.... Click for details

Listed Price $1,500.00

Craftsman hand-hammered sterling silver water pitcher. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1909. Softly faceted baluster with v-spout and c-scroll handle. Nice rippling shimmer. Rectangular frame with two-letter monogram. Fully marked including pattern no. 17580 (first produced in 1909), director’s letter m (1907-47), phrase “Special Hand Work”, and volume (5 1/2 pints). Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 8 1/4 x W 9 1/4 x D 5 3/4 in. Heavy weight: 37.5 troy ounces. #BS177

Listed Price $8,500.00

Regency Gothick sterling silver toast rack. Made by Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox in London in 1835. Seven double-scroll partitions with fleurs de lys terminals and central open wreath finial mounted to rectilinear frame with chamfered corners and shaded strapwork ornament, and plain central stretcher on 4 leafy-scroll supports. An elegant addition to the breakfast table. Fully marked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 6 1/8 x W 6 3/8 x D 4 in. Weight: 12.5 troy ounces. #BQ850

Listed Price $1,500.00

Large Edwardian sterling silver ice bucket. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1909. Round with straight sides and 4 ball supports. Pierced beading and scrollwork. Two oval frames (vacant). Detachable clear glass liner. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, date symbol, and no. 402A. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 4 3/4 x W 8 1/2 in. Weight (silver only): 13 troy ounces. #BQ921

Listed Price $2,000.00
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