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Sterling Holloware: Creamers and Sugars

Antique Sterling Silver Sugar Bowls & Creamer Pitchers

Coffee, cream, and sugar are matches made in heaven. During the Victorian era, it was decided that our fingers should no longer touch food—enter sterling silver flatware, dishes, and vessels. Antique sterling silver sugar bowls and creamers have been around for centuries to hold the luxuries our delectable coffee needs. You can buy antique silver creamer and sugar sets or purchase them individually if you come across something unique you’d like. Shop our store in New York City or scroll through our website and make a purchase and add to your antique collection. We take pride in providing only the best sterling silver antiques for our clientele.

Sterling Holloware: Creamers and Sugars (7)

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English Victorian Gothic sterling silver tea strainer and sugar tongs, 1882. Open tracery handles with quatrefoil flowers and squares and circles in oval frames. Shaped and solid terminals (vacant). Sugar tongs u-form with scallop shell jaws. Strainer has round and flat pierced bowl with beaded tendrils and scalloped and studded rim. In original leather-bound case with quilted silk lining. Fully marked including London assay stamp and maker’s initials JB. Very good condition.

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Sale Price: $420.00
Listed Price $600.00

Japonesque mixed metal on sterling silver sugar. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1878. Gently curved and tapering sides and loose-mounted side rings. Applied dragonfly and butterfly as well as scattered autumnal leaves. Spot-hammered ground. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, pattern no. 5230 (first produced in 1878), order no. 938, director’s letter M (1873-91), and phrase “Sterling-Silver / -and- / Other-Metals”. Excellent condition with deep patina.

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Sale Price: $3,500.00
Listed Price $5,000.00

George III sterling silver sugar. Made by McHattie & Fenwick in Edinburgh in 1804. Tapering and curved sides with corner flutes and high scroll bracket handles. Engraved ornamental borders and 2 wreath frames of which one engraved with script monogram and the other with armorial. Fully marked. Very good condition.

Overall dimensions: H 4 1/2 x W 7 3/8 x D 3 3/4 in. Weight: 7.5 troy ounces. #BV366

Sale Price: $455.00
Listed Price $650.00

Fresh and pretty Victorian sterling silver cream pail, 1897. Oval body with tapering sides and truncated lip spout; c-scroll swing handle. Scattered floral repousse on stippled ground. Fully marked including stamps for New York makers Howard & Co. and Dominick & Haff (with year) and no. 145. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H (with handle) 6 3/8 x W 4 x D 3 1/4 in. Weight: 6 troy ounces. #BU960

Sale Price: $770.00
Listed Price $1,100.00

Edwardian Neoclassical sterling silver sugar basket. Made by Thomas Bradbury & Sons in London in 1903. Boat-form and paneled bowl with molded curvilinear rim and stepped oval foot. Reeded c-scroll swing handle. Fully marked. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H (with handle) 6 x W 5 3/8 x D 3 5/8 in. Weight: 4 troy ounces. #BM788

Sale Price: $276.50
Listed Price $395.00

Midcentury Modern sterling silver and cut-glass creamer and sugar. Made by Hawkes in Corning, New York. Each: Conical bowl on flutes and diaper, and scalloped rim border. Creamer has c-scroll handle and small u-form spout. Stepped and round sterling silver base. Fully marked including silver weight (16 pwts/each). Very good condition. Sugar has minor base ping.

Dimensions: Creamer: H 4 x W 5 1/4 x D 3 3/4 in. Sugar: H 4 x D 4 in. #BU361

Sale Price: $245.00
Listed Price $350.00

Japonesque sterling silver creamer and sugar. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York.

Each: Urn body on domed foot Handles high looping. Interior gilt washed. Creamer has helmet mouth. Engraved insects (dragonfly and butterfly), flowers, and blossoming branch on allover honeycomb hand-hammered ground. Handles have raised interlocking scrollwork with flowers and Moresque shapes based on Persian, the flatware pattern that was designed by Edward C. Moore and first produced in 1872.

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Sale Price: $2,100.00
Listed Price $3,000.00