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BP981

American Colonial sterling silver bowl. Made by Tiffany in New York. Bowl has curved sides and straight circular foot. Spare historic design that works equally well in Modern interiors. Hallmark includes pattern no. 19750, director’s letter M (1947-56), and phrase: “Reproduction / Original by / Joseph Conyers / Boston / about 1700.” Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 4 x D 9 in. Weight: 23.9 troy ounces. #BP981

Sale Price: $1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BP908

Sterling silver Revere bowl. Made by Arthur Stone in Gardner, Mass. Curved sides and stepped foot. Beautiful craftsmanship and traditional form. Hallmark includes initial T for Herbert A. Taylor, who worked for Stone from 1908-37. Good condition with nice patina.

Dimensions: H 3 1/2 x D 8 1/8 in. Weight: 16.5 troy ounces. #BP908

Sale Price: $770.00
Listed Price $1,100.00
BP920

Sterling silver bowl with bold ornament. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1884. Round with curved sides and foot ring. Double narrow gadroons alternating with single wide gadroon. At rim chased and repousse band of stylized and imbricated chevrons (or leaves). This pattern sometimes called Wave Edge. Hallmark includes pattern no. 8060 (first produced in 1884) and director’s letter M (1873-91). Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x D 8 1/4 in. Weight: 18.5 troy ounces. #BP920

Sale Price: $1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BP700

Pair of pretty sterling silver candlesticks, ca 1925. Tapering and faceted shaft on raised foot. Urn socket with detachable bobeche. Delicate flowers engraved on upper shaft. Hallmarked La Pierre, a New York maker that was acquired by International Silver Co. in 1929. Hallmark includes no. 441. Condition: A good working pair. One candlestick has a minor dent to the socket and a few foot pings.

Dimensions: H 10 1/8 x D 3 5/8 in. Weighted. #BP700

Sale Price: $665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BP554

A great pair of American Modern sterling silver candlesticks, ca 1925. Each: Faceted and tapering shaft on raised and concave octagonal foot. Urn socket. Detachable bobeche octagonal with reeded rim. Hallmarked and stamped Rifkin Bros with no. 800. Condition: Good with minor dents to sockets. One candlestick rocks slightly.

Dimensions: H 12 1/2 x W 5 1/4 x D 5 1/4 in. Weighted. #BP554

Sale Price: $906.50
Listed Price $1,295.00
BP851

Modern sterling silver fruit bowl. Made by S. Kirk & Son in Baltimore, ca 1950. Curved sides with twisted fluting and repousse fruits and flowers in well. A bold updating of this maker’s traditional motif. Rests on 4 ball supports. Hallmark includes no. 233 and phrase Hand Decorated. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 2 5/8 x D 9 3/8 in. Weight: 17 troy ounces. #BP851

Sale Price: $626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BM870

German silver beaker, 18th C. Ovoid with slightly flattened form. Rim has incised and gilt band. A beautiful piece rich in history. Nuremberg hallmark. Condition: Good with period patina. The gilding is mellowed to pale yellow. Attractive handling wear.

Dimensions: H 3 1/4 x W 3 3/8 x D 2 5/8 in. Weight: 4.5 troy ounces. #BM870

Sale Price: $665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BP489

Art Nouveau brilliant-cut glass and sterling silver punch bowl. Made by Reed & Barton in Taunton, Mass, ca 1910. Clear glass with curved sides and cut star, ferns, and diaper ornament. Silver rim wavy and turned down and applied with strewn and tangled irises. Engraved interlaced script monogram. Wonderful period look. Hallmark includes no. 148. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 5 3/4 x D 14 1/2 in. #BP489

Sale Price: $3,850.00
Listed Price $5,500.00
BP785

Pair of sterling silver Classical candlesticks. Made by R. Wallace & Sons Mfg Co. in Wallingford, ca 1920. Each: Fluted column on stepped, shaped, and ornamented square base. Composite capital with chamfered and concave top. Detachable bobeche. Hallmark includes no. 488. Very good condition.

Dimensions: 10 3/4 x W 4 x D 4 in. Weighted. #BP785

Sale Price: $1,575.00
Listed Price $2,250.00
BN252

George III sterling silver gravy boat. Made by John Parker & Edward Wakelin in London in 1770. Curved bowl with helmet mouth and high-looping double-scroll handle. Rests on 3 hoof supports. Sturdy Georgian with nice heft. Hallmarked. Condition: Some wear but in full working order after more than 200 years.

Dimensions: H 4 x W 7 3/4 x D 3 7/8 in. Weight: 9.5 troy ounces. #BN252

Sale Price: $906.50
Listed Price $1,295.00
BN222

Art Deco 950 silver ice bucket. Made by Tetard Freres in Paris, ca 1930. Trapezoidal with applied rim and two rectangular supports mounted to stained-wood. Sides gently convex with fashionable skyscraper motif. Fully marked with Minerva head and maker’s mark. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 5 1/4 x W 6 5/8 x D 5 3/4 in. Gross weight: 24 troy ounces. #BN222

Sale Price: $9,750.00
Listed Price $15,000.00
BP626

Pair of Midcentury Modern sterling silver candlesticks. Retailed by Georg Jensen, Inc. USA in New York. Tall urn socket with wide flat rim. Bulbous knop with tooled leaves mounted to beads in turn mounted to stepped and domed foot. Fully marked and numbered 234. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H 4 3/4 x D 3 1/2 in. Total weight: 12 troy ounces. #BP626

Sale Price: $1,015.00
Listed Price $1,450.00
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