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Image Of Lot 0015 15. A Pair of American Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Two-Light Candelabra, T.G. Hawkes & Co., Corning, NY, c. 1890, marked "Hawkes Sterling" with pattern number, simple silver base, scroll arms and bobêche decorated with etched ovals and hung with prisms, height 10 in., width 13 in. $1000/1500
Note: Hawkes was the predecessor to Steuben.
Image Of Lot 0016 16. A Canadian Sterling Silver Tyg with Staghorn Handles, Roden Bros. Ltd., Toronto, wc. 1891-1958, then acquired by Birks; with 1910 Thorncliffe Derby presentation inscription; height 7 1/8 in., approx. width 10 1/2 in., weight 30 troy ozs. $1000/1500
Image Of Lot 0017 17. An American Coin Silver Repoussé Tea Caddy, S. Kirk & Son, c. 1846-1861; together with a sterling silver repoussé after dinner coffee pot, marked BB & R, ("estate" condition: handle detached), approx. weight 24 troy ozs. $500/750
Image Of Lot 0018 18. A Belle époque Sterling Silver Harness Racing Trophy, Gorham, date mark for 1896, in the rococo taste, the bulbous body pitcher with floral and scroll decoration, foliate handle and scroll feet; Fleetwood Driving Park presentation inscription to Qaudriga, winner of the Thousand Dollar Three Minute Pace, September 7, 1897, height 9 1/2 in., weight 37.3 troy ozs. $1200/1800
Note: Fleetwood Driving Park was the home of the New York Driving Club from 1870 until 1898, and boasted an exclusive membership including William K. Vanderbilt, William Rockefeller and Leonard Jerome.
Image Of Lot 0019 19. A Fine American Sterling Silver Centerbowl and Plateau, Galt & Brother, Washington, D.C., c. 1890, urn-form with everted rim, scroll chasing and reticulated borders throughout, overall height 9 3/4 in., diameter 13 3/4 in., combined weight 97.35 troy ozs. $4000/6000
Note: The Galt firm dates back to Alexandria, VA silversmith James Galt who was active 1802-1847, and was succeeded by his sons. When the successor entity, Galt & Bro. Jewelers, closed its doors in 2001, it was the oldest business in Washington, DC.
Image Of Lot 0020 20. An American Art Deco Sterling Silver Pitcher, Schofield Co., Baltimore, early 20th c., engraved period monogram, height 8 3/7 in., width 8 in., weight 23.15 troy ozs. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0021 21. An Edwardian Sterling Silver Dressing Mirror, London, 1911, maker CD untraced, beveled mirror plate in engine-turned engraved rectangular frame with monogram in shield on arched top, easel back, height 17 5/8 in., width 12 1/4 in. $700/1000
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22. A George V Sterling Silver Cup and Cover, Mappin & Webb, London, 1919, with Royal Air Force Insignia and presentation inscription "Presented to/ Edmond Dissat/ by / Air Marshal Coningham/ on behalf of officers of RAF and 2nd TAF/ in gratitude for his kindness and ever ready help/ Hotel Montana - Cannes/ 1945-1946", height 9 1/2 in., weight 47.70 troy ozs.; together with Vincent Orange's CONINGHAM: A Biography of Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham. $2500/3500
Note: RAF Air Marshal Sir Arthur "Mary" Coningham (1895-1948) is recognized as the architect of modern tactical airpower. Coningham commanded the Western Desert Air Force between 1941 and 1943 and was knighted after El Alamein. He later directed tactical air force operations in the Allied invasion of Sicily and Italy, and played a key role in the Normandy invasion.During World War I Coningham, who was raised in New Zealand, acquired the nickname "Maori" in recognition of his roots. This was later corrupted to "Mary".
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23. A Fine Large English Sterling Silver Punch Bowl, William Gibson & John Langman, London, 1891, mark reg. 1890, retailed by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., 112 Regent St., London, gadrooned body and foot, height 9 in., diameter 15 1/2 in., weight 76.55 troy ozs. $4000/6000
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23A. A Set of Twenty-Four English Silverplate Punch Cups, Ellis Barker, 20th c., footed form with engraved decoration. $1000/1500
Provenance: Asprey, London, 1958.
Image Of Lot 0024 24. An Edwardian Sterling Silver Chalice, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1903, height 12 3/8 in., weight 23.1 troy ozs. $700/1000
Image Of Lot 0085 85. A Late Georgian Sheffield Plate Epergne, c. 1830, circular wirework baskets on scroll arms, trumpet-shaped supports, spreading foot, height 16 1/2 in. $1500/2000
Image Of Lot 0086 86. A Fine Victorian Sterling Silver Standish, Edward, Edward Jr., John & William Barnard, London, 1843, mark reg. 1829; the stand fitted with two cut glass and silver-mounted bottles, a pounce box and pen tray, scroll border and scroll feet, length 11 7/8 in., weight 20.90 troy ozs. $800/1200
Image Of Lot 0087 87. A Pair of Antique English Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, c. 1890, scrolled candlearms, square bobêches and drip pans with swirl decoration, trumpet-shaped stem, square base, height 16 3/4 in. $5000/7000
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88. A Rare Antique English Silverplate Citrus Press, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield and London, c. 1880-1890, the lemon-form press on a stand fitted to hold four beakers and three lemons, the tray base in the form of a lotus leaf, with handles and ball feet, height 14 1/2 in., width 14 in., now with associated beakers. $1200/1800
Note: A related Victorian citrus press is illustrated in Chefetz, Sheila, Antiques for the Table, p. 61.
Image Of Lot 0224 224. A Group of Antique Cigar Items, including wood humidor, height 8 in., sterling silver tripartite cigar case, Birmingham, 1901, and a cigar cutter, Birmingham, 1926, (3 pcs.) $300/500
Image Of Lot 0225 225. A Group of Antique Cigar Items, including a small sterling silver cigar case with hinged cover, Birmingham, 1912; an amber cigar holder, a gold-filled cigar prick, and a silver pipe set, Birmingham, 1897, (4 pcs.) $250/350
Image Of Lot 0226 226. A Victorian Sterling Silver Cigar Case and Cigarette Case, the cigar case Birmingham, 1898, beautifully engraved; the cigarette case London, 1889, maker WW/FD, untraced; combined weight 12.85 troy ozs. (2 pcs.) $400/600
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229. An American Sterling Silver Fruit Bowl, S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, c. 1890, circular form on ball feet, the well chased with fruit and flowers, height 2 1/2 in., diameter 9 1/2 in., weight 17 troy ozs. $500/750
Image Of Lot 0230 230. A Set of Four Sterling Silver Master Salts, Tiffany & Co. maker, 1916, after a London example of 1749; each with circular bowl retaining gold wash interior, cabriole legs, height 1 3/4 in., diameter 3 1/4 in., weight 16.10 troy ozs. $1000/1500
Image Of Lot 0231 231. An Antique American Sterling Silver Cake Basket, J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, wc. 1848 to present, beaded swing handle, reticulated footed form, length 11 1/4 in., approx. weight 21 troy ozs. $700/1000
Image Of Lot 0232 232. An Antique American Sterling Silver Fish Server, William Gale, New York, mid-19th c.; together with a coin silver fish knife, Peter Krider, Philadelphia, c. 1850, ret. Bechtel & Eno, approx. total weight 9 troy ozs, "estate" condition. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0233 233. A Pair of Continental Silverplate Wine Coasters, each pierced body with garland of cherubs holding floral baskets, with reed top edge and acanthus decorated base, height 3 1/4 in., diameter 5 1/2 in. $500/750
Image Of Lot 0234 234. A George IV Sterling Silver Cruet Frame, William Bateman, London, 1820-1821, fitted with eight cut glass condiment bottles, height 9 1/4 in., weight 28.75 troy ozs. $1800/2500
Image Of Lot 0235 235. A George III Sterling Silver Goblet, Samuel Hennell, London, 1802, height 5 3/8 in., weight 9.40 troy ozs. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0236 236. A George III Sterling Silver Goblet, William Sumner, London, 1810-1811, mark ent. 1802, with gilt wash interior; height 6 1/4 in., weight 5.7 troy ozs. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0237 237. A George I Sterling Silver Brandy Warmer, George Wickes, London, 1723, (mark ent. 1721), length 8 3/4 in., weight 5.3 troy ozs. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0238 238. A George III Sterling Silver Beaker, London, 1789, maker TJ untraced, height 2 7/8 in., weight 2.3 troy ozs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0239 239. A George III Sterling Silver Sauceboat, Charles Wright, London, 1777, height 5 1/2 in., length 7 7/8 in., weight 12.85 troy ozs. $1200/1800
Image Of Lot 0240 240. A George III Sterling Silver Warming Frame, Michael Plummer, London, 1796; reeded frame, retaining original burner, height 4 1/4 in., length 11 1/2 in., weight 26 troy ozs. $1000/1500
Image Of Lot 0241 241. A George III Sterling Silver Condiment Vase, John Swift, London, 1755, engraved coat of arms, height 6 1/4 in., weight 8.60 troy ozs. $500/750
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242. An Antique English Silverplate Tea Tray, 19th c., James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, wc. 1871-1939, with bead decorated carrying handles, segmented beaded border and elaborate chased decorated field, retains original plaque on reverse "Joseph Deakin and Sons, Spring Street Works, Sheffield", length 28 3/4 in., width 18 1/4 in. $500/700
Image Of Lot 0243 243. A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Table Candlesticks, each shaped weighted base supporting tapered shaft, urn nozzle with cast borders and removable bobêche, height 9 1/2 in. $200/400
Image Of Lot 0244 244. A William IV Sterling Silver Christening Cup, Joseph & John Angell, London, 1832, tapered reeded body, scroll handle, height 3 1/16 in., weight 4.65 troy ozs. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0245 245. A Pair of Late Victorian Sterling Silver and Cobalt Glass Salts, London, 1898, maker G.J./D.F. untraced, height 2 1/2 in., weight 10.05 troy ozs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0246 246. A George VI Sterling Silver-Mounted Cut Glass Vase, London, 1937, with presentation inscription from the Lord Bishop of Chichester, height 10 1/2 in. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0247 247. An Old Sheffield Plate Dish Cross, c. 1820, retaining burner, beaded decoration, length 12 1/2 in. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0248 248. A Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters, c. 1820, with shell and scroll rim, turned wood bottom with silver button, diameter 7 in. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0249 249. A Fine George III Sterling Silver Teapot, William Bateman, London, 1817, crested, Regency shape on ball feet, chased flower and scroll decoration on stipple ground, height 6 in., length 11 1/2 in., weight 23.30 troy ozs. $2500/3500
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293. The Governor William Heard Sterling Silver Presentation Tea and Coffee Service, c. 1900, A.G. Schultz & Co., Baltimore, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar, and waste bowl, each piece engraved with a Louisiana State seal, weight approx. 86.8 troy ozs. $10000/15000
Provenance: Descended in the family of Louisiana Governor William Wright Heard (1853-1926).Note: William Wright Heard was elected Governor of the State of Louisiana after a career in banking and accounting, to which he returned in his post-gubernatorial life. Heard was known for his interest in education, which led to his founding the first Louisiana State Board of Education. Additionally, in 1902, Heard was given the right to select the official Louisiana State Seal; he chose a depiction of a pelican with three chicks, along with the words "Union " "Justice " and "Confidence " in a design that is still used to this day.
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307. An American Classical Coin Silver Water Pitcher, marked Brower and Rusher, New York, wc. 1837-1842, flared lip with large C scroll handle and reeded stepped baluster form body, height 9 1/4 in., weight 28.66 troy ozs. $1200/1800
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308. A Fine American Sterling Silver Repoussé Tea Service, A. E. Warner, Baltimore, wc. 1864-1893, marked "Warner 11-2", comprised of a teapot, sugar, creamer and waste bowl, neoclassical vase forms with allover floral repoussé, the teapot and creamer handles with ram's heads, each footrim engraved "Ophelia Godchaux", teapot height 12 1/4 in., combined weight 84.05 troy ozs. $7000/10000
Provenance: Descended in the family of Ophelia Rosalind Gumbel Godchaux (1875-1952), New Orleans.Ophelia Gumbel married Edward Godchaux in 1893. He was the son of Leon Godchaux, a French immigrant who began as a backpack peddler and became a wealthy planter and merchant known as LA's "Sugar King". The Godchaux family owned 14 plantations including Reserve Plantation in St. John the Baptist Parish. By the end of the 19th century Godchaux Sugar Co. was one of the largest sugar industries in the world. The retail operation founded in 1840 became Godchaux's Department store on Canal St. which catered to a carriage trade clientele until it closed in 1986.
Ophelia and Edward Godchaux's daughter Elma was a noted author whose novel Stubborn Roots is based on the lives of her father and grandfather.
Today the Godchaux-Reserve plantation house is a historic landmark and is being restored by the River Road Historical Society.
Reference: A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography, p. 348.Note: The "11-2" mark sometimes seen on Baltimore silver indicates 11 ounces 2 pennyweight silver per 12 ounces Troy (9.25% silver, or sterling).
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309. An Antique English Silverplate Plateau, 19th c., with floral and bowknot swag decoration, beaded skirt on floral acanthus feet, retains original oak bottom mounted with bronze plaque "T. Griffiths and Company Birmingham", height 7 in., diameter 21 in. $1000/1500
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325. An American Rococo Coin Silver Presentation Pitcher, James Conning, wc. Mobile, 1840-1872, marked "J. Conning, Mobile", c. 1850, inscribed "Haym to Rosalie" under spout, floral and scroll repoussé, cartouche engraved with sailboat, distinctive grape and grapeleaf feet, height 12 in., weight 30 troy ozs. $7000/10000
Note: The presentation inscription "Haym to Rosalie" indicates a gift from Haym Moses Salomon (1785-1858) to his daughter-in-law, Rosalie Alice Levy, probably at the time of her marriage to his son David in 1849. Three of Salomon's sons lived in Mobile in the 1840s and 1850s. David Salomon was a prominent wholesale grocer, cotton factor and business executive.Haym Moses Salomon was the youngest son of the renowned American patriot Haym Salomon (1740-1785), the financier for George Washington's army. For an interesting discussion of Haym Salomon's critical importance to the American Revolution, see Amler, Jane Francis. Haym Solomon: Patroit Banker of the American Revolution. New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2004.
A similar Conning pitcher is in the collection of the Historic Mobile Preservation Society.
Reference. Smith, Sidney Adair, Mobile Silversmiths and Jewelers, 1820-1867.
Image Of Lot 0384 384. A Fine Set of Twelve Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Beakers, marked "Georg Jensen / 925.5 / Sterling / Denmark / 107 / b", each hand-hammered tapering form with beaded footrim, underside engraved "Harry from Kay 1936", height 6 1/8 in., combined weight 95.65 troy ozs. $10000/15000
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385. A Very Fine Norwegian Silver Fish Server, c. 1910, made by Magnus Aase, Bergen, Norway, wc. 1876-1953, in the form of a skate, fully marked, length 10 1/2 in., weight 3.87 troy ozs. $1500/2500
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386. An Edwardian Sterling Silver Trophy Cup, maker HB, possibly Henry Bourne, Birmingham, c. 1901, presentation inscription "Sutherlandshire Championship Inanimate Bird Shooting", height 9 7/8 in., weight 14.15 troy ozs. $800/1200
Image Of Lot 0386A 386A. An Edwardian Sterling Silver Trophy Cup, Mappin & Webb, London & Sheffield, 1907-1908, presentation inscription, "Alexandria Lawn Tennis/ Open Doubles/ won by/ W. Cumming and J.H. Percival/ 1909", height 8 1/8 in., weight 8.6 troy ozs. $250/350
Note: Probably from the Alexandria Sporting Club, one of the oldest sporting clubs in Egypt, founded in 1898 during the British Colonial era, and still in existence today (and still featuring a camel track surrounding the golf course).
Image Of Lot 0387 387. A Fine Antique Hand-Hammered Sterling Silver Baby Cup, c. 1890, Dominick & Haff, New York, wc. 1868-1928, height 3 in., weight 4.55 troy ozs. $250/350
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388. An Antique American Sterling Silver Bowl, George W. Shiebler & Co., New York, wc. 1876-1910, with engraved scene of cattle, presentation inscription en verso, height 2 1/8 in., diameter 5 7/8 in., weight 6.55 troy ozs. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0391 391. An English Victorian Reticulated Silverplate Centerbowl with Cobalt Liner, c. 1880, ret. Warings of London, height 5 7/8 in., diameter 9 3/4 in. $700/1000
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432. An Italian Silverplate Surtout de Table, pierced gallery, mirror plate on hardwood base. $800/1200
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433. A Cartier Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, "Lord Saybrook" pattern, of baluster form with hollowcast scroll handle, on stepped base, height 8 3/4 in., weight 28.95 troy ozs. $1200/1800
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434. A Regency Sterling Silver Trophy Cup, Alexander Hewitt, London, 1810, presentation inscription for the Tredegar Prize in 1845, inscribed "Presented by Capel Hanbury Leigh Esq. for the best yearling steer bred by the exhibitor" gilt interior of elaborate vintage decorated lobed body, on a pedestal base, height 6 1/4 in., weight 12.3 troy ozs. $800/1200
Image Of Lot 0480 480. A Pair of Sheffield Plate Three-Light Candelabra, with marks of Matthew Boulton, each in two sections with removable bobêches, the center nozzle detachable, the weighted stepped circular base supporting a tapered stem, lobed decoration, gadrooned heavy bead borders throughout, height 19 1/2 in. and 20 in., width 16 in. $1500/2500
Image Of Lot 0481 481. A Georgian Sterling Silver Coffeepot, 18th c. and later, lid marked TW for Thomas Wynne, 1754, crested, with motto "Macte", gadroon borders, floral chasing, height 11 1/2 in., weight approx. 22 troy ozs. $1000/1500
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482. A George III Sterling Silver Cream Jug, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London, 1799, helmet shape with bright-cut engraving, hallmarked under the rim, height 4 5/8 in., weight 3.45 troy ozs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0483 483. A Georgian Sheffield Plate Wirework Cake Basket, c. 1820-1830, navette form with ropetwist handle, length 10 5/8 in. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0484 484. A Georgian Sheffield Plate Candle Scissors, Undertray and Chamberstick, c. 1800, 3 pcs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0485 485. An Old Sheffield Plate Coffeepot on Lamp Stand, c. 1820, lobed body and removable cover, covered spout and wood handle, crested lamp stand with heating element, height 11 1/4 in, height 11 1/4 in. Note: Lamp stand with repair to rim. $400/600
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486. A George III Sterling Silver Meat Skewer, Peter and William Bateman, London, 1807, engraved script initials, length 14 5/8 in., weight 3.50 troy ozs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0487 487. A Near Pair of George III Sterling Silver Sauceboats, Wm. Chawner, London, 1774 & 1777, height 4 in., length 6 in. and 5 3/4 in., combined weight 8.25 troy ozs. $400/600
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488. An Old Sheffield Plate Dish Ring, c. 1880, reticulated cottage and eagle decoration, height 3 in., diameter 7 3/4 in. $300/500
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489. A George III Sterling Silver Asparagus Tongs, c. 1784, George Smith (No. 3), London, U-shaped tongs, length 9 3/4 in., weight 4.80 troy ozs. $600/800
Image Of Lot 0490 490. A Pair of George III Sterling Silver Salts, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London, one 1811, the other 1814, oblong footed form with gadroon border and floral and scroll chasing, retains traces of gold wash to interior, length 3 3/4 in., weight 6.75 troy ozs. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0491 491. A George III Sterling Silver Dressing Spoon, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London, 1802, downturned Old English with single drop, engraved script initials on upperface, length 12 1/16 in., weight 3.80 troy ozs. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0492 492. Two Georgian Sterling Silver Spoons, Hester Bateman, London, 1779 overstruck maker's mark near bowl, length 8 5/8 in.; 1790 mark near handle terminal, Old English down-turned handles, length 8 1/2 in., combined weight 3.55 troy ozs. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0493 493. A George III Sterling Silver Meat Skewer, Peter and William Bateman, London, c. 1790, with engraved script initials, length 10 3/4 in., weight 2.75 troy ozs. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0494 494. A Neoclassical Sheffield Plate Hot Water Urn, two-handled oval form raised on paw foot columnar supports, on incurvate plinth with ball feet, cast recumbent lion mounted on cover and on plinth, height 15 in., width 14 in. $500/750
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495. A Good Antique Silverplate Tea Tray, probably English, 19th c.; together with a vintage silverplate tray, Ellis Barker, lengths 25 in. and 20 in. $300/500
Image Of Lot 0496 496. A Pair of George III Crested Sterling Silver Wine Coasters, late 18th c., pierced sides with bright-cut engraving, reeded rims and molded bases, with turned hardwood bases, height 1 1/2 in., diameter 4 3/4 in. $1200/1800
Image Of Lot 0500 500. A German .800 Silver Goblet, c. 1890, height 12 in., weight 16.15 troy ozs. $750/1000
Image Of Lot 0501 501. An Antique Ivory and Silverplate Mange à Gigot, c. 1880, the carved handle in the form of a hoof, length 8 1/2 in. $250/350
Image Of Lot 0502 502. A Continental .830 Silver "Roemer" Chalice, c. 1850, circular bowl on tall reeded stem and spreading foot, height 8 3/8 in., weight 7.95 troy ozs. $600/900
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503. An Imperial Russian Sugar Tongs, decorated in the Aesthetic style, marked in inner curve of the handle, length 4 3/4 in.; together with a Russian lacquer box, c. 1900, the hinged cover hand-painted by Pavlova, inspired by a Russian fairy tale, height 5 in., width 3 3/4 in., (2 pcs.) $250/350
Image Of Lot 0556 556. A Pair of Decorative Silverplate Five-Light Candelabra, foliate acanthus candlecups with scrolled foliate arms, height 26 1/2 in. $1500/2500
Image Of Lot 0557 557. A Pair of Decorative Silverplate Stag-Mounted Wine Buckets, tapering cylindrical body with Greek Key border, figural stag handles, with removable inserts, height 10 1/2 in., diameter 8 1/4 in. $1200/1800
Image Of Lot 0748 748. A Decorative Sterling Silver Repoussé Mirror, in the Baroque taste, of recent date, marked 925, elaborate shell, scroll and diamond decoration, easel back, height 34 1/2 in., width 24 1/2 in. $1000/1500
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749. A Group of Christofle Silverplate Flatware, "Spatours" pattern, including 22 dinner knives, 9 salad forks, 12 cocktail forks, 15 soup spoons, 6 teaspoons, 10 iced tea spoons, and 12 butter knives (hh), (86 pcs.) $800/1200
Image Of Lot 0750 750. A Continental Silver Repoussé Muffineer, mid-19th c., raised baluster body with allover scrolling foliage and fruit, the slightly domed cover similarly decorated, marked on the bottom, height 4 3/4 in., weight 6.25 troy ozs. $150/250
Image Of Lot 0751 751. A Continental .950 Silver Overlay Liqueur Decanter, bamboo motif overlay, quadripartite interior. $250/350
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752. A Group of Antique and Vintage Continental Silver, including a repoussé bank, maker AS, Vienna, 1855; a repoussé pipe holder, Leuwarden, Netherlands, 1955; a repoussé matchbox cover, Denmark, c. 1910; and a cased serving fork and spoon, ret. G. Pohl, Prague, late 19th c., total weight 7.55 troy ozs. (5 pcs.) $300/500
Image Of Lot 0753 753. Two Toddy Ladles and a Meat Larder, including a French silver and carved wood toddy ladle, c. 1846; a Dutch silver toddy ladle, 1919; and an English sterling silver meat larder, Birmingham, 1913; ladle lengths 15 1/4 in. and 10 in., larder length 9 1/2 in., total weight (weighable) 3.50 troy ozs. $300/500
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754. A Group of Continental Silver Spoons, including a bonbon spoon, c. 1870; a Dutch commemorative spoon, c. 1880; 5 French demitasse spoons and a c. 1733 spoon, (8 pcs.) $400/600
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755. Two Antique Sterling Silver Christening Sets, one Paris, 1879; the other W. Hutton & Sons, Ltd., London, 1904; each set comprised of a child's fork and a spoon in the original case. $150/250
Image Of Lot 0756 756. A Group of Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Flatware, including a knife, fork and spoon, in the "Dahlia" pattern, and a knife steel and fork in the "Acorn" pattern, (5 pcs.) $300/500
Image Of Lot 0757 757. An Antique Continental Silver Dressing Spoon, Copenhagen, dated 1855, "KJOLSTRUP", Roman capitals in a rectangle, single faced threaded handle with shoulders, a large egg-shaped bowl, and engraved script initials on the reverse, length 15 1/4 in., weight 5.50 troy ozs. $250/350
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795. A Group of Kirk Sterling Silver Repoussé Flatware, including a pair of serving spoons (c. 1846-1861), a child's fork and spoon (c. 1932), 8 teaspoons (c. 1925-1932), and 10 demitasse spoons (c. 1846-1861); together with an antique silverplate sugar tongs by William Rogers, approx. weight 20 troy ozs. $700/1000
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796. An Antique Gorham Silverplate Gallery Tray, late 19th c., oval with reticulated gallery and ball feet, length 23 in., width 16 1/2 in. $700/1000
Image Of Lot 0797 797. A Group of American and English Silverplate Items, including a tripartite coquiform dish by Mappin & Webb; a pair of three-light candelabra by Wm. Rogers, small rectangular tray, small scalloped tray, 2 condiment stands and 2 circular trays, (9 pcs.) $300/500
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798. A Group of Sterling Silver and Silverplate Wine Items, including a sterling silver wine coaster, a silverplate magnum coaster, a tastevin, a Syragusa carved figural corkscrew and seven sterling silver repoussé Bacchus bottle corks (11 pcs.) $400/600
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799. A Gorham Sterling Silver Bowl and Underplate, lobed forms, engraved script monogram and with engraved presentation on bottom of underplate, dated 1939, height 2 1/8 in., underplate diameter 10 1/8 in.; together with a lobed hexagonal silver bowl, Germany, c. 1900, molded borders and repoussé chased putti in scrollwork cartouches, height 3 in., diameter 5 in.; and an Old Newbury sterling silver flowerhead form bonbon dish, diameter 6 in., combined weight 43.30 troy ozs. $600/800
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800. An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Towle, "King Richard" pattern, pat. 1932; including 10 dinner forks, 12 dinner knives, 10 luncheon forks, 12 salad forks, 20 teaspoons, 12 butter knives (hh), 12 cocktail forks, 4 tablespoons, 2 berry spoons, a flat server, a carving knife and fork, a cold meat fork, a gravy ladle, a sauce ladle, a jelly server, a condiment spoon, a master butter knife, a cake knife, a lemon fork and sugar tongs (106 pcs.), total weight (weighable) approx. 135 troy ozs., in a mid-20th c. case. $5000/7000
Image Of Lot 0801 801. Two Antique Tiffany Sterling Silver Gentlemen's Brushes, one 1904, the other 1907 and retaining leather protector; together with a pair of sterling silver pin dishes, George W. Shiebler, New York, wc. 1876-1910, c. 1900, dishes weight 3.95 troy ozs. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0802 802. A Group of Antique Desk Accessories, including a Victorian silverplate magnifying glass; a pair of Persian calligraphic scissors, c. 1750; an American sterling silver stamp box by Herbst & Wassall, Newark, NJ, wc. 1904-1922; and an American sterling silver letter opener (4 pcs.) $400/600
Image Of Lot 0803 803. A Group of American Sterling Silver Repoussé Picture Frames, Galmer Silversmiths Ltd., NY, 2 6 in. x 7 in., and 2 5 1/4 in. x 5 1/2 in. (4 pcs.) $400/600
Image Of Lot 0804 804. Two Oval Sterling Silver Picture Frames, both monogrammed, one dated 1914, with easel backs, height 8 in. and 6 3/4 in. $200/300
Image Of Lot 0805 805. A Good Group of Sterling Silver Flatware, including Georg Jensen "Acorn" pattern: 1 dinner fork, 4 dinner knives and 4 spoons; International "Royal Danish" pattern: 1 gray ladle, 1 cold meat fork, and 2 ramekin forks; 4 Whiting "Japanese" teaspoons; a 5 piece place setting in Tuttle "Triumph" pattern, a Franklin Potter ladle, an Old Newbury Crafters server and a nut pick, combined weight 33.75 troy ozs. $1200/1800
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Image Of Lot 0806

806. A Set of Antique English Sterling Silver Bottle Tags, 1838, maker CR/WS, for Sherry, Port and Madeira, combined weight 2.05 troy ozs. (3 pcs.) $250/350
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Image Of Lot 0807

807. A Group of Antique English and American Mother-of-Pearl Handled Sterling Silver and Silverplate Flatware, including a fruit set by Wm. Hutton & Sons, Sheffield, c. 1910; 2 American cold meat forks, c. 1915; a fish knife and fork, by James Deakin & Sons, 1911; a folding fruit knife, maker WH, Sheffield, 1911; a sterling silver pocket knife; and a sterling silver butter pick. (19 pcs.) $400/600
Image Of Lot 0808 808. A Late Victorian Silverplate Wine Bottle Pourer, cable handle with attached collar to go over bottle, height 11 1/2 in. $250/350
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Image Of Lot 0809

Image Of Lot 0809

Image Of Lot 0809

809. A Good English Cased Sterling Silver-Mounted Boy's Brush Set, Adie Brothers, Birmingham, c. 1926; together with a small hand mirror, marked "DENMARK" and having embossed genre vignette. $200/300
Image Of Lot 0810 810. A Silverplate Supper Service, 20th c., the revolving warming stand with turned handles, fitted with soup tureen, four entree dishes, and two mustard pots with ruby glass liners, missing salt and pepper castors, two lid handles broken, height 19 in., diameter 29 in. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0892 892. A Pair of Silverplate Three-Light Candelabra, each in two sections, on circular bases, turned stems, scrolling branches, nozzles with removable bobêches, gadroon with small bead borders throughout, height 14 1/4 in., width 18 in. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0893 893. An American Sterling Silver Kettle-on-Stand, c. 1940, Ensko, New York, NY, act. 1878-1970; presentation inscription en verso, height to top of handle 12 1/2 in., weight 53.5 troy ozs. $600/900
Image Of Lot 0894 894. Two American Sterling Silver Repoussé Beakers, Galmer Silversmiths, NY, height 4 in., combined weight 12.80 troy ozs. $400/600
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Image Of Lot 0895

895. A Gorham Sterling Silver Shell Dish, date mark for 1932, script monogram, ball feet, 9 in. x 9 in., weight 16.75 troy ozs. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0896 896. A Set of Four Tiffany Sterling Silver Castors, 1931, each plain baluster shape with pierced dome cover and a circular foot, height 4 3/4 in., weight 11.85 troy ozs. $400/600
Image Of Lot 0897 897. An American Sterling Silver Loving Cup, Frank Smith & Co., Gardner, MA, c. 1900, wc. 1886-1958, with two handles and molded borders, height 9 in., weight 10.05 troy ozs. $300/500
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Image Of Lot 0898

Image Of Lot 0898

898. A Cased Set of 12 American Aesthetic Sterling Silver Demitasse Spoons with Sunflower Finials, Gorham, late 19th c., ret. E.J. Borne & Co., Ashland, WI; weight 2.90 troy ozs. $200/300
Image Of Lot 0899 899. An American Sterling Silver Tea Set, Dunkirk Silversmiths, Meriden, CT, c. 1945-1950, comprised of a coffee pot, teapot, sugar, creamer and waste bowl; coffee pot height 10 1/2 in., combined weight 77.20 troy ozs. (5 pcs.) $1000/1500
Image Of Lot 0900 900. An Antique American Silverplate and Glass Vase, E.G. Webster & Son, Brooklyn, NY, founded 1865, the crystal trumpet vase in a floral and scroll silverplate stand, height 17 3/4 in. $200/300
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Image Of Lot 0901

901. Six American Sterling Silver and Enamel Grapefruit Spoons decorated with a small gilt fleur-de-lis in a white shield; together with a cased set of 6 English silverplate grapefruit spoons, (12 pcs.) $200/300
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Image Of Lot 0902

902. An Old Sheffield Plate Warming Dish, 19th c., two ornate cast hinged drop ring handles on circular base raised on four cast ornate scroll supports, height 3 3/4 in., width 10 1/2 in.; together with an antique English silverplate dish cross, with sliding shell and shell supports, height 3 in., diameter 11 1/2 in. $150/250
Image Of Lot 0904 904. An American Classical Coin Silver Fruit or Cake Basket, R. & W. Wilson, Philadelphia, wc, 1825-46, incised marks, circular bowl with a flared rim having chased vine of foliage and grapes below die-rolled modified guilloche border, raised on a pedestal base with beaded borders, cast grapevine swing handles, beaded vacant reserve, height 11 in., diameter 12 in., weight 30.40 troy ozs. $1500/2500
Image Of Lot 0905 905. A Pair of American Sterling Silver Footed Tazzas, early 20th c., Frank M. Whiting, retailed J.E. Caldwell, Philadelphia, chased foliate rims, gadrooned borders, weighted bases, height 4 in., diameter 8 1/4 in. $600/900
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Image Of Lot 0906

906. An American Squirrel-Mounted Silverplate Nut Bowl, E.G. Webster, of melon form, raised on four floral and anthemion mounted scroll feet, height 7 1/4 in., diameter 7 1/2 in. $300/500
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Image Of Lot 0907

907. An Antique English Sterling Silver Repoussé Tankard, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1902, height 4 1/8 in., weight 6.60 troy ozs.; together with an Old Sheffield wine coaster, and American wine coaster. (3 pcs) $300/500
Image Of Lot 1102 1102. A Fine Victorian Walnut Framed Berlin Woolwork and Beaded Panel, c. 1875, of a geometric design worked in scarlet cross-stitch and heavily beaded with white, black, brown, and gold pound beads, length 27 in., width 12 in. $250/350
Provenance: Gallier House, New Orleans.
Image Of Lot 1103 1103. A Good Canadian Sterling Silver Sugar and Creamer, c. 1930, Henry Birks & Sons, Quebec, 1879 to present; lobed globular form with flat chased engraving, sugar height 3 7/8 in., width 7 in., combined weight 16.70 troy ozs. $400/600
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Image Of Lot 1104

1104. A Shreve & Co. Sterling Silver Jewelry Box, c. 1895, wc. 1852 to present, San Francisco, with engine-turned decoration and engraved monogram, height 1 5/8 in., length 5 1/8 in., width 3 1/8 in., weight 6.05 troy ozs. $300/500
Image Of Lot 1105 1105. A Group of Sterling Silver Napkin Rings, early 20th c., combined weight 6.95 troy ozs., (9 pcs.) $400/600
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