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BV104

Two pairs of Chrysanthemum sterling silver serving bowls. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Each: Oval well and turned-down petal rim in alternating leaf and flower head pattern. Short foot with applied scrolls. Restrained and elegant pieces in the fashionable Japonesque pattern that was first produced in 1880. Fully marked including pattern no. 11971 and director’s letter C (1902-7). One pair has order no. 3441. The other pair has order no. 4684. Excellent condition.

Dimensions: H 2 x W 8... Click for details

$5,460.00
Listed Price $7,800.00
BR778

Turn-of-the-century Austrian Art Nouveau glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Round and straight with bellied top and short inset neck. Overlay in form of bold flower heads joined by tendrils and framed by 3 teardrop lines. Glass iridescent green with golden shimmer. Fine condition.

Dimensions: H 5 1/8 x W 3 3/4 x D 3 1/2 in. #BR778

$1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR738

Art Nouveau Martelé silver centerpiece. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1920. Bellied on raised and scrolled and curling foot. Rim wide and turned down with chased vegetation with serrated leaves, and chased and applied flowers (lily of the valley) that spill over the scrolled rim. More lily of the valley (chased) on bowl exterior. Foot has chased meandering tendrils. Three gilt and cast figures of winged pixie fairies gripping sides with elongated and tapering bodies that terminate in leaf... Click for details

$14,625.00
Listed Price $22,500.00
BR775

Group of 3 English sterling silver liquor tags:

George IV sterling silver port tag. Made by Mary Ann & Charles Reilly in London in 1827.Curved and rectangular with chamfered corners, reeded rim, and pierced letters. Armorial engraved on reverse. Fully marked. Tag dimensions: H 1 x W 1 3/4 in.;

Victorian sterling silver sherry tag. Made by Charles Reily & George Storer in 1840. Curved and rectangular with chamfered corners, reeded rim, and pierced letters. Armorial engraved on reverse. Fully... Click for details

$385.00
Listed Price $550.00
BT724

Hunt-themed cigarette case, ca 1920. Rectangular and hinged. On cover is enameled scene with two hounds and a pup snuffing around the carcass of a felled elk. No gore. Still very much in the Nature Red in Tooth and Claw vein. Dark palette with nuanced verdure and purpling sky. Three letter block monogram engraved on back. Marked “Alpacca”. Very good condition. Minor interior wear.

Dimensions: H 3 x W 3 3/4 x D 1/2 in. #BT724

$1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
BM739

European silver sauce boat, ca 1900. Ovoid with fluted v-spout and scrolled monopodia side handles with lion heads. Molded curvilinear rim. Stepped oval foot. A nice revival piece in the 18th-century style. Mark and pseudo-marks. Very good condition.

Overall dimensions: H 3 5/8 x W 6 1/8 x D 5 1/4 in. Weight: 9.5 troy ounces. #BM739

$665.00
Listed Price $950.00
BT760

Set of 3 Etruscan Revival sterling silver tureens. Made by JC Moore & Son for Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1865. This set comprises 1 large round tureen and 2 small oval tureens.

Each: Tapering, ovoid body on raised foot. Egg-and-dart border. Reeded bracket side handles with cast ram’s head mounts. Cover domed with cast Roman helmet finial. Beading. Super stylish midcentury design. Bold Classicism that works in a contemporary interior.

Early marks (1854-70) with Moore and Tiffany... Click for details

$13,000.00
Listed Price $20,000.00
BT623

Chrysanthemum sterling silver 5-light centerpiece candelabrum. Sizable baluster shaft on raised squarish foot with corner volute supports. Four scrolled arms, each terminating in single socket, joined by applied leaves and surrounding central raised socket. Flowers and leaves wrapped around shaft and arms and applied to foot. Massive and sculptural. A hard-to-find solo stick in the fashionable Japonesque pattern that was first produced in 1880. Fully marked including pattern no. 13244 (first... Click for details

$17,875.00
Listed Price $27,500.00
BN393

George V sterling silver posy holder. Made by S. Blanckensee & Sons in Birmingham in 1912. Conical with ball terminal. Mouth asymmetrical rim turned-down with enameled floral garland. Rests in tripod stand with 3 scrolled supports mounted to ring. Vase fully marked. Good condition.

Overall dimensions: H 5 1/2 x W 2 1/8 x D 3 1/2 in. Total weight: 1.8 troy ounces. #BN393

$626.50
Listed Price $895.00
BT600

Edwardian Art Nouveau bar pitcher. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Glass shaped and ovoid body with bracket handle and round and flat foot. Rock crystal-cut ornament: Leafing branches. On bottom: Flowers in ogee frames. On front armorial cartouche (vacant). Sterling silver collar with applied rinceaux ornament, and helmet mouth. Interlaced script monogram. Fully marked including director’s letter C (1902-7). Very good condition. Handle has heat check.

Dimensions: H 8 3/4 x W 4 1/4 x D 6... Click for details

$1,400.00
Listed Price $2,000.00
BR772

Unusual Antique Russian 875 silver sugar tongs. Stepped and rectilinear frame; jaws trapezoidal with raised diaper interior. Marked. Condition: Taut and functional.

Dimensions: H 5 1/2 x W 3/4 in. Weight: 2.5 troy ounces. #BR772

$192.50
Listed Price $275.00
BH127

Edwardian Art Nouveau sterling silver basket. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1907. Solid well with engraved leaves. Open sides with interlaced scroll-and-leaf pattern heightened with engraving. Rim has molded c-scrolls interspersed with scallop shells. Tapering c-scroll swing handle. Foot solid and spread. Fully marked including pattern no. 17094A (first produced in 1907) and director’s letter m. Very good condition.

Dimensions: H (with handle) 7 1/2 x D 8 3/4 in. H (without handle)... Click for details

$1,295.00
Listed Price $1,850.00
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