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16. An American Sterling Silver Demitasse Service, Gorham, “Plymouth” pattern, date symbol for 1917, comprised of after dinner coffeepot, open sugar basket, and a creamer, weight 23 troy ozs., 1 dwt. [$250/350]
17. An American Victorian Sterling Silver Ewer, late 19th c., unidentified trademarks, embossed vintage decoration, naturalistic vine handle, engraved script monogram on body below the spout, height 15 1/4 in., weight 5 troy ozs. [$1200/1800]
18. An Antique Gorham Sterling Silver Center Bowl, early 20th c., part-fluted bulbous circular form with undulating everted rim, raised on acanthus, shell and scroll feet, the rim with embossed ribbon-tied floral sprays, scrolling foliage, cartouches and shells, gilt wash interior, height 5 1/4 in., diameter 11 5/8 in., weight 46 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$800/1200]
19. A Group of Sterling Silver and Silverplate Objects, including 5 corn cob holders, in the form of corn on the cob, length 2 7/8 in., together with six silverplate seafood picks, with engraved lobsters, one length 9 1/4 in., 7 1/4 in., five length 7 in., a sterling silver handled poultry shears, length 10 5/8 in., Wallace Brothers silverplate nut crackers, length 5 3/4 in., a sterling silver pierced tea strainer, an electroplate butter spreader, a chicken scissor form cigar trimmer, marked Hoffritz, N.Y., Germany, and a group of sterling flatware, International Silver (Watrous Mfg. Co.) unidentified pattern, after 1921, consisting of a soup spoon, a teaspoon (note: condition), and 2 dinner knives, monogrammed “L”. (4 pcs.) [$100/200]
20. A Group of Contemporary Sterling Silver Barware including two twist-handle stirrers and an olive pick, together with one sterling silver “sherry” decanter label and double jigger by Lunt, height 3 3/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs. 6 dwts. (5 pcs.) [$75/125]
21. A Late Victorian Sterling Silver Sugar Caster, maker SE/WS, Sheffield, 1894-95, baluster form, swirl-fluted and embossed in the rococo taste, on a circular foot, height 8 1/8 in., weight 7 troy ozs. 6 dwts. [$150/250]
22. An American Sterling Silver Oblong Dish, Dominick & Haff, dated 1895, numbered 498, plain with floral and scrollwork reticulated rim, height 1 3/4 in., width 13 1/4 in., depth 10 1/2 in, weight 21 troy ozs., 9 dwts. [$500/700]
23. A Pair of Continental .800 Silver Skewers, marked, having scrollwork, crescent and star terminals, length 11 1/8 in., and eleven silver skewers with ring terminals, length 7 1/8 in., 13 pcs., combined weight 8 troy ozs., 9 dwts. [$100/200]
52. A Continental Silver Coffee Pot in the Classical Taste, Louis Wollenweber, Munich, c. 1820, ovoid body on pedestal base, water leaf and reeded borders, the spout in the form of a seated maiden holding a ewer, ebonized handle, removable cover with ebonized urn finial, height 13 3/4 in., diameter 7 3/4 in., weight 32 troy ozs., 2 dwts., [$600/800]
Note: Rosenburg #3465 and 3588.
w 53. A Continental .925 Silver Octagonal Tea Caddy, with embossed Rococo decoration, height 4 3/8 in., depth 3 in., weight 5 troy ozs., 5 dwts. [$200/300]
w 54. A Victorian Silverplate Flagon, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham, c. 1879, with hinged cover, embossed cylindrical body, depicting classical figures and animals, ornate classical borders, double scroll handle, height 10 3/4 in. [$800/1200]
100. A Georgian Sheffield Wine Cooler and Coves, early 19th c., campana form foliate borders, removable liner, height 12 1/2 in., width 9 in. [$800/1200]
148. A Pair of English Silverplate Wine Bottle Caissons, each bead and foliated carriage having spoked wheels with moveable axle, trumpet turned handle, tilting barrel and base, height 7 1/2 in., length 11 1/2 in. [$1500/2500]
149. A Set of Four Georgian Sheffield Candlesticks, early 19th c., tapered stems on weighted circular bases, acanthus borders, removable bobeches, height 11 in., diameter 5 in. [$700/1000]
w 150. A George III Sterling Silver Egg Cruet, John Emes, London, c. 1807-1809, two-handled rectangular frame with a central swing handle, the five cups with reeded borders and gilt wash interiors, engraved crest, height 7 1/4 in, width 11 1/2 in., depth 2 1/2 in., weight 23 troy ozs., 11 dwts [$500/650]
151. A Scottish George III Sterling Silver Soup Ladle, maker M & R unidentified, Edinburgh, c. 1805, downcurved fiddle typt handle with shoulders and drop on back of a circular bowl, length 14 in., weight 7 troy ozs., note: date mark rubbed. [$200/300]
w 152. A George IV Sterling Silver Toast Rack, maker WF, London, 1824-25, center handle foliate reed and shell-ring handle, gadrooned rectangular frame, height 5 3/4 in., 6 3/4 in. x 4 1/2 in., weight 13 troy ozs. 19 dwts. [$700/1000]
153. A Pair of English Regency-Style Silverplate Campagna-Form Wine Coolers, crossed keys mark of Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, each two-handled lobed body with gadrooned borders, removable liner with attached collar, engraved armorials, height 10 in., width 9 in. [$1500/2500]
154. A Set of Twelve Georgian Sheffield Dinner Plates, Matthew Boulton, shaped gadroon borders, the rims with engraved armorials, diameter 10 1/2 in. [$2500/3500]
193. A Georg Jensen Sterling Silver “Blossom” Pattern Coffee Service and Tray, marked for the period c. 1945-51 on bottom of each piece, designed by Georg Jensen, c. 1905-08, marked “925.S/George Jensen & Wendel A/S, Denmark/Sterling/2”, including coffeepot, covered sugar, creamer, and an oval tray, lightly hammered, ivory handles, tray height 5/8 in., width 14 1/4 in., depth 2 1/2 in., depth 8 3/8 in., coffee height 7 1/2 in., sugar height 4 1/8 in., creamer height 2 1/2 in., 4 pieces combined weight 54 troy ozs., 8 dwts. [$4000/6000]
Reference: See Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver, Janet Drucker, Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA 1997, pages 35, 36, 39, 187, 295.
193A. A Sterling Silver Demitasse Sugar Tongs, by Georg Jensen, Denmark, monogrammed “SLS”, length 3 3/4 in., together with a silverplate sugar tongs, length 4 1/4 in. [$300/500]
194. A Georg Jensen Sterling Silver “Blossom” Pattern Tray, c. post 1945, designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905-08, made by Georg Jensen Silversmiths, Copenhagen, marked “Georg Jensen” in an oval of dots “Sterling 2E”, lightly hammered flat surface with open work handles, height 1 1/8 in., width 22 1/8 in., depth 12 7/8 in., weight 58 troy ozs., 2 dwts. [$2000/3000]
Reference: See George Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver, Janet Drucker, Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA. 1997.
195. An Extensive Georg Jensen Denmark Sterling Silver “Acorn” Pattern Flatware Service, mid-20th c., designed by Johan Rohde, 1915, some pieces monogrammed, including 12 dinner forks, 7 1/2 in., 12 luncheon forks, 6 5/8 in., 24 three prong fish/salad forks, 6 1/2 in., 8 salad/pastry forks 5 7/8 in., 12 cocktail forks 5 3/4 in., 12 canape forks, 5 5/8 in., 12 dinner knives, 9 in., 12 luncheon knives, (hh) 8 in., 12 fish knives, (fh) 8 1/4 in., 14 butter spreaders (hh) 5 7/8 in., 9 caviar knives, 12 round soup spoons, 6 1/4 in., 12 oval soup spoons 6 7/8 in., 12 iced beverage spoons, 7 1/4 in., 24 teaspoons 5 3/4 in., 12 bouillon spoons, 12 citrus spoons, 5 3 /16 in., 3 demitasse spoons, 4 3/8 in., 1 caviar spoon, a cake breaker (International "Royal Danish" pattern), (hh), a tomato server, a cheese scoop, a pie server (hh), a cheese plane (hh), a two-tined cold meat fork, and an olive fork, combined weight approximately 259 troy ozs. (234 pcs.) [$12000/18000]
Note: At one time there were 228 different pieces to this flatware pattern.

196. A Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Center Bowl, c. 1915, circular form with a reticulated everted rim, engraved monogram “A”, height 2 1/2 in., diameter 11 3/4 in., weight 22 troy ozs., 1 dwt. [$1000/1500]
197. A Set of Twelve Danish “Acorn” Pattern Sterling Silver and Enamel Individual Salts with Ten Salt Spoons, made by Georg Jensen Silversmiths between 1945-51, marked on the bottom of bowl “DESSIN” oval dots surrounding Jr., “DENMARK/925.5/STERLING/62”, the handle marked “GEORG JENSEN/& WENDEL A/S”, pattern designed by Johan Rohde and introduced in 1916, each salt with cobalt enamel-lined circular bowls, openwork acorn handle, engraved initials “SLS” on the bottom, height 1/2 in., width 2 3/8 in., combined weight 10 troy ozs., 6 dwts. [$2000/3000]
198. A Cased Set of Twelve Sterling Silver and Enamel Cocktail Forks, shell-decorated black enamel fiddle handles, two tines, the case label “Imported Danish Sterling by Carl M. Cohr”, the forks marked “David Andersen Norway”, “Sterling”, length 4 1/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 2 dwts. [$300/500]
w 199. A French Art Deco Silver Compact, c. 1930, marked “Cartier Paris” and with French silver marks throughout, in original travel case, rectangular with reeded panels on cover, bottom and sides, bevelled mirror inside, 3 1/8 in. x 2 1/2 in., weight 4 troy ozs., 12 dwts. [$400/600]
200. An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Towle, “Dorothy Bradford” pattern introduced in 1913, engraved initials on upper face, comprising: 12 luncheon forks, 18 dinner knives, 18 luncheon knives, 12 fish forks, 12 fish knives, 22 salad/pastry forks, 4 dessert spoons, sugar tongs, 12 large rounded bowl soup spoons, 7 cream soup spoons, 4 bouillon spoons, 14 teaspoons, 11 demitasse spoons, 2 tablespoon, 1 sauce ladle, 1 cold meat fork, 1 sugar shell, 1 serving spoon, and 1 olive spoon, length 12 luncheon forks 7 1/4 in., length 18 dinner knives 9 3/4 in., length 18 luncheon knives 8 3/4 in., 153 pieces total, weight approximately 129 troy ozs. [$2500/3500]
201. A Large Classical Continental Silver Sauceboat and Undertray, 19th c., foliated oval shape with borders, height 7 in., width 10 in., weight 24 troy ozs., 19 dwts. [$450/650]
202. A Russian Classical Silver Sweetmeat Basket, marked HB over date (rubbed) Moscow, 19th c., gadrooned rectangular bowl on pedestal foot, floral and shell decorated rim, original swing handle, height 6 in., 5 1/2 in. x 4 1/8 in., weight 6 troy ozs., 14 dwts. [$600/900]
203. An English Art Deco Silverplate Vase, LBS Co., Sheffield, tapered hexagonal form on a circular base, height 21 1/2 in. [$200/300]
204. A Cased Set of Six Edwardian Silver Gilt and Pink Enamel Demitasse Spoons, Birmingham, 1902-03, in a leather box from F.E. Rutherford, watchmaker and jeweler, Oliver Place Hawick, length 3 3/4 in. [$300/400]
205. A Cased Pair of Georgian Embossed Silver Gilt Berry Spoons, RP, London, 1817-18, upturned “Old English”, the shaped bowls with chased decoration of exotic birds, flowers and foliage, in a leather presentation box, length 8 3/4 in., weight 4 troy ozs. [$250/500]
206. A Continental Silverplate Centerbowl, late 19th c., shaped oval form raised on four scroll supports, swirl-fluted sides, waves, scrolls, shells and amorini, with a blue glass liner, height 6 3/4 in., width 16 in., depth 9 1/4 in. [$200/300]
Provenance: Descended in the Forstall Family, New Orleans.
207. A Sterling Silver Mounted Mother-of-Pearl and Enamel Ring Holder, Vienna, Austria, bearing London import marks for 1911, G.V & Co., oval shell mounted on reticulated pedestal base decorated with pink and green floral swags, raised on four small ball feet, height 2 3/4 in., width 2 5/8 in. [$150/200]
208. A German Silver Beaker, c. 1700, Joh. Sigmund Abere II, Augsburg, raised tapered cylindrical form with all-over punchwork or “snakeskin” ground on three ball supports, marked on bottom, height 3 1/4 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 5 dwts. [$200/300]
Note: See Rosenberg #685.
209. A French Sterling Silver-Mounted Two-Piece Carving Set, mid-19th c., mark of Minerva’s head on ferrules, carving knife and fork with tapered hexagonal acanthus decorated handles, machine engraved flat surfaces and vacant reserves, length 12 1/4 in., 10 7/8 in. [$300/500]
210. A Decorative Pair of Vintage Motif Sterling Silver and Ruby Glass Vases, marked 925 and unidentified mark on circular foot rim of each, reticulated grapevine frames with removable glass liners, height 10 3/4 in. [$1500/2500]
211. A Tiffany Japonesque Hammered Silver and Mixed Metals Castor, c. 1880, marked “Tiffany & Co./ 5494 M590 / STERLING SILVER / AND- / other metals 835”, and also engraved script initials “AWS” on the bottom, based on the form of a Japanese sake bottle and labeled “ten pin” in Tiffany records, applied copper and gold beetle, lotus blossom and leaves, height 4 7/8 in., diameter 1 1/2 in., weight 2 troy ozs., 16 dwts. [$1000/1500]
w 212. A Tiffany Sterling Silver Dresser/Pin Tray, early 20th c., monogrammed, elongated oval form decorated in Aesthetic taste, width 9 7/8 in., depth 3 1/2 in., weight 4 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$200/300]
213. A Pair of American Sterling Silver Sugar Castors, Dominick & Haff, New York, 20th c., based on 18th century forms with embossed rococo decoration, each with urn finial, engraved initial, stepped pedestal foot, height 7 in., weight 11 troy ozs. 11 dwts. [$500/700]
w 214. An American Sterling Silver Crumber and Pierced Serving Spoon, crumber, Gorham, “Buttercup” pattern introduced 1899, monogrammed on upperface, length 11 1/4 in.; ice/pierced serving spoon, Wallace “Violet” pattern introduced 1904, also monogrammed on upperface, length 9 1/8 in., combined weight 6 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$150/250]
215. A Small American Sterling Silver Circular Tray, Elgin-American Manufacturing Company, Elgin, Illinois, plain flat surface monogrammed “S”, flared rim with a molded edge, diameter 12 in., weight 15 troy ozs. 8 dwts., together with a sterling silver bread tray, M. Fred Hirsch Co., Inc., Jersey City, New Jersey, wc. 1920-1945, plain oval form with reticulated outer border, monogrammed “S”, height 1 3/4 in., width 11 1/2 in., depth 6 in., weight 7 troy ozs. 5 dwts. [$200/300]
216. An English Silverplate Whiskey Barrel, mounted on table cart with hinged handle, spigot and pail, height 9 in., length 16 in. [$600/900]
217. A Cased Set of Silverplate Fish Knives and Forks, together with a set of English sterling silver dessert knives and forks, J.A., London 1923, each set with mother-of-pearl handles. [$500/800]
277. An Early Victorian Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Service, Charles T. Fox and George Fox, London, 1846-47, including a coffee pot, teapot, sugar and creamer, and a near-matching crested sterling silver kettle-on-stand, Richard Hennell, London, 1857-58, bulbous circular forms with elaborate repoussé and chased decoration of flowers, foliage and scrolls, raised on scroll supports, together with an Ellis Barker silverplate two-handled rectangular tea tray having a chased flat surface surrounding a vacant reserve, ornate cast border, 29 3/4 in. x 18 1/2 in., kettle-on-stand height 14 in., combined weight 113 troy ozs. 6 dwts. (6 pcs.) [$4000/6000]
w 325. A Late Georgian Silver Gilt Crested Fiddlethread Dessert Service, Robert Williams, Dublin, 1802, and maker CE, London 1824-25, including 7 Irish spoons and 5 forks, 5 English spoons and 7 forks, 24 pcs., weight 31 troy ozs. [$800/1200]
326. A Set of Twelve Georgian Sheffield Crested Soup Plates, shaped rims with gadrooned borders, rubbed-in silver shield, height 1 1/8 in., diameter 9 5/8 in. [$1200/1800]
327. A Georgian Sheffield Crested Cake Basket, early 19th c., retains engraved Scottish crest, fluted oblong form on applied conforming foot, floral and foliated gadroon border, original swing handle. [$400/600]
328. A George III Sterling Silver Teapot and Teapot Stand, R.H., probably Robert Hennell, London, 1794, the oval teapot with bright-cut borders, threaded foot, ebonized handle, vacant bright-cut shield shaped reserve, the conforming stand on ball feet, height 7 1/2 in., weight 19 troy ozs. 2 dwts. [$1500/2000]
w 368. A George III Sterling Silver “Old English” Crested Soup Ladle, London, William Sumner and Richard Crossley, c. 1775, down-turned bright-cut handle, fluted bowl, and later monogram on the reverse, length 12 3/4 in., weight 5 troy ozs., 7 dwts. [$500/700]
w 369. An Early Victorian Sterling Silver Dressing Spoon, 1841-42, London, engraved monogram on the reverse, together with a Reed & Barton silverplate dressing spoon, length 12 1/4 in. x 14 in., weight 6 troy ozs., 9 dwts. (2 pcs.) [$150/250]
w 370. A George IV Crested Silver Gilt Gamebird Carving Set, William Eley, London, 1824-25, the handles with threaded borders, silver blades and tines, length 11 1/2 in., and 9 in. [$400/600]
w 371. A Late Victorian Silverplate Fish Knife and Fork, with bone handles, together with a silverplate crumber with a horn handle, length 13 in., length: knife 12 1/2 in., fork 10 in. [$300/500]
w 372. A Miscellaneous Group of Silver Serving Pieces, consisting of a sterling silver asparagus tongs, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, 1902, a Continental .800 silver serving spoon, electroplate salad tongs and an American silver sauce ladle, total weight 11 troy ozs. (4 pcs.) [$300/500]
373. An English Silverplate Wine Cooler, crested classical urn form with lion mask drop ring handles, reeded borders, removable collar, height 10 1/4 in., width 9 in. [$100/200]
374. An English Silverplate Shell-Form Biscuit Box, 20th c., hand-chased decoration on lobed form, height 9 1/2 in., open width 13 in., depth 8 1/2 in. [$300/500]
w 375. A Large Georgian Sheffield Circular Salver, with a cast foliate border, raised on three paw feet, height 2 1/4 in., diameter 24 1/2 in. [$300/500]
w 376. An English Ellis Barker Silverplate Lazy Susan Supper Set, c. 1900, circular hot water basin on a pedestal base, fitted with four covered dishes, two covered sauce boats, two pepper castors and two footed open salts with cobalt glass liners, the center engraved “HL/4-13-51”, note: missing soup tureen, height 10 in., diameter 30 in. [$600/800]
Provenance: Gump’s, San Franciso, c. 1950.
377. An English Silverplate Punch Bowl, marked W.A., the reeded circular bowl with gadrooned rim, and with lion mask drop ring handles, on a weighted base, height 6 1/4 in., diameter 10 in. [$200/300]
w 378. A Pair of Late Georgian Crested Sterling Silver Salt Cellars, James Hobbs, London, c. 1829-30 and 1833-34, deep lobed cauldron forms, the sides with embossed acanthus and flowers, raised on shell and scroll feet, height 2 1/2 in., weight 7 troy ozs., 7 dwts. [$400/600]
w 379. A Georgian Sheffield Dish Cross, c. 1810-1820, with original lighting elements, diameter 13 1/2 in. [$300/500]
w 380. A Late Regency-Style Silverplate Covered Warming Dish, prior to 1897, Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 19th c., plain lobed square dish with liner, knop finial on crested cover, height 5 3/8 in., diameter 8 1/2 in. [$100/200]
381. A George III Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop, Thomas Chawner, London, c. 1773, plain with clean marks, length 9 in., weight 1 oz., 7 dwts. [$200/300]
w 382. A Small English Silverplate Revolving Breakfast Tureen, 20th c., William Adams, plain oval domed stand raised on paw foot supports, with both interior liners, height 5 in., width 8 in., depth 5 5/8 in. [$100/200]
383. A Group of English Sterling Silver Tea Ware, I. Freeman & Son, London, consisting of a lidded sugar, a creamer and a waste bowl, with repoussé floral decoration, and monogram in reserve, height 5 in., 4 3/4 in., 3 3/4 in. respectively, weight approx 42 troy ozs. [$600/900]
w 384. A Pair of Georgian Sheffield Crested Wine Coasters, with swirl-fluted sides, gadrooned borders interspersed with shells and scrolls, turned wood bases with crested buttons, height 2 in., diameter 6 1/4 in. [$300/400]
385. A Group of English and American Sterling Silver Flatware, pair of English “Kings” pattern master salt spoons, marks rubbed; Victorian youth fork and spoon, Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield, 1853-54, bright-cut “Old English”, and a citrus spoon, Dominick & Haff “Renaissance” pattern introduced 1894, weight 4 troy ozs. 2 dwts. (5 pcs.) [$100/200]
w 386. A Pair of Sheffield Three-Light Candelabra, early 19th c., each in two sections, circular bases and candlecups with drip pans, removable bobeches, reeded arms, height 16 1/2 in., width 17 1/2 in. [$800/1200]
387. A Small Sheffield Urn-Form Teapot, early 19th c., on a circular pedestal base, reeded border, original pearwood handle and cover with ball finial, height 8 1/2 in. [$250/350]
388. A Georgian Sheffield Cruet Stand, early 19th c., having gadrooned and shell border, rectangular base with reeded bottle frame and central handle, retains original hand-blown cut and faceted bottles and stoppers, raised on gadrooned paw feet, height 7 1/2 in., 9 1/4 in. x 6 1/4 in. [$400/600]
w 389. A George II Sterling Silver Cup, John Wirgman, London, c. 1751-52, plain baluster form on a molded circular foot, hollow cast double scroll handle, engraved monogram in Rococo cartouche below a crest, height 3 7/8 in., weight 6 troy ozs., 7 dwts. [$800/1000]
390. A Pair of Early Victorian Sterling Silver Wine Coasters, John Roberts and Co., Sheffield, 1838-39, with water leaf and gadrooned borders, beaded rim, turned wood bases, height 2 in., diameter 5 3/4 in. [$1500/2500]
391. A Set of Eight English Regency Sterling Silver Bottle Tickets, Emes and Barnard, London, 1817-19, embossed vintage and shell borders framing cut-out names of various spirits, with bottle chains, 1 1/2 in. x 2 1/4 in., weight 5 troy ozs., 4 dwts. [$1500/2500]
w 437. A Victorian Crested Sterling Silver Sugar Castor, E. & J. Barnard, London, 1854-55, baluster form on a spreading foot, swirl-fluted rococo repoussé body and pierced cover, height 7 1/2 in., weight 7 troy ozs. 13 dwts. [$150/250]
438. An Antique American Sterling Silver “Medallion” Cream Jug, Gorham, retailed Ford Tupper Behan, New York, N.Y. w.c. 1866-67, and engraved May 14, 1867 below an engraved initial “D”, plain baluster form on pedestal base, Greek key bands and a flat handle, height 7 1/8 in., weight 8 troy ozs., 16 dwts. [$700/900]
439. A Gorham “Plymouth” Pattern Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Service, c. 1960, comprising a coffee pot, teapot, covered sugar, creamer, and waste bowl, together with a “Plymouth” pattern silverplate monogrammed undertray, coffee pot height 9 1/2 in., tray 26 1/4 in. x 16 3/4 in., combined weight 72 troy ozs., 11 dwts. [$1800/2500]
440. A Group of Gorham “Imperial Chrysanthemum” Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware, pattern introduced in 1894, retailed by A.B. Griswold & Co., c. 1894-1906, including six luncheon forks, five tablespoons, and six coffee spoons, forks 6 3/4 in., table and coffee spoons 4 7/8 in., weight 22 troy ozs. 19 dwts. (total 17 pcs.) [$400/600]
Provenance: Descended in the Forstall family, New Orleans.
441. A Group of Three Sterling Silver-Mounted Walking Sticks, together with an engraved shell with decoration of the Tomb of George Washington. [$80/120]
442. A Group of Three Sterling Silver Miniatures, comprised of an embossed wooden clog rigged as a sailboat, a sewing machine with turning wheel, a floating pumping-engine, a sailboat pawn, together with a presentation spoon in traditional design and a matchbox/ashtray with embossed tavern scene, length 2 3/8 in. [$75/100]
566. A New Orleans Coin Silver Coffee Pot, by Christopf Christian Kuchler for Hyde & Goodrich, c. 1853-58, baluster form with strawberry vine repoussé on body and spout, hollowcast insulated scroll handle, scalloped rim, slightly domed cover, on a circular foot, engraved script initials “MCM”, marked on the bottom “K” in cartouche, “HYDE & GOODRICH” in arc, over “MANUFACTURERS” in a rectangle, over “NEW ORLEANS” in a complementary arc, and “WARRANTED/PURE COIN” in a serrated rectangle with pointed ends, height 9 3/4 in., weight 27 troy ozs. 8 dwts. [$3000/5000]
567. A New York Classical Coin Silver Tea Service, the sugar marked N. Hawley, New York, c. 1815, the other pieces unmarked, the set comprised of a teapot, covered sugar and creamer, plain, part-lobed forms on pedestal bases, die-rolled classical and grapevine borders, engraved crest and later engraved names and dates, teapot height 7 7/8 in., combined weight 46 troy ozs. 6 dwts. [$2500/3500]
568. An American Classical Coin Silver Cream Jug, R & W Wilson, Philadelphia, wc. 1825-46, of large size on pedestal foot, classical border, acanthus mounted S-scroll handle, engraved monogram, height 7 in., weight 11 troy ozs., 5 dwts. [$450/650]
569. Four American Coin Silver Tablespoons, including a “fiddle typt” by Davis, Palmer & Co., Boston, wc. 1841-1846, and 3 “Old English”, rubbed mark “WC”, with period monogram “AEG”, “estate” condition, approx. weight 5 1/2 troy ozs. [$75/150]
570. An American Classical Coin Silver Three-Piece Tea Service, Chaudron & Rasch, Philadelphia, wc. 1809-1812, marked “CHAUDRON & RASCH” in a banner and “...AMERI.MAN” in a banner on the foot of the creamer, comprising a teapot, creamer, and a covered sugar, plain bulbous oblong forms on stepped pedestal bases, classical foliate borders, flat angular handles, cast dolphin finial, engraved script monogram “PHC”, teapot height 8 5/8 in., weight 54 troy ozs. 9 dwts. [$4000/6000]
571. An American Sterling Silver Punch Ladle, William Gale Jr., New York, c. 1860, New York, New York, downturned “Old English typt” with bright-cut upperface, monogrammed, deep ovoid bowl, length 15 1/8 in., weight 7 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$300/500]
572. An American Sterling Silver Tray, Ferd. Fuchs & Bros., New York, wc. 1896-1915, rectangular with heavily molded reticulated floral border, engraved “C.E. Bent”, length 14 3/4 in., width 11 1/2 in., weight approx. 36 troy ozs. [$1200/1800]
Provenance: Descended in family of President William McKinley through Silas McKinley, New Orleans.
573. An American Sterling Silver Three-Piece Coffee Service, Duhme & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, c. 1900, plain incurved cylindrical forms, flat angular handles, the coffeepot with a wood handle, coffeepot height 7 in., combined weight 17 troy ozs., 1 dwts. [$500/700]
574. A Pair of Sterling Silver Entree Dishes, plain rectangular shape with gadrooned borders, lacking covers, height 1 3/4 in., width 8 in., length 11 in., weight 54 troy ozs. 13 dwts. [$600/800]
575. An American Sterling Silver Standish, J.E. Caldwell and Co., Philadelphia, shaped oblong tray having a scroll and shell border, on scroll feet, central quill holder supporting a swing handle flanked by a pounce pot and an inkwell, after an 18th c. example, height 8 in., width 9 3/4 in., depth 7 1/4 in., weight 33 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$600/800]
576. An Antique Sheffield Inkstand, 19th c., rectangular frame with gadrooned rim, two pen wells, a central taperstick over a wafer box, flanked by two glass bottles, one for ink and the other for sand or “pounce”, raised on four scroll supports, height 4 1/2 in., 8 3/4 in. x 6 5/8 in. [$400/600]
815. An American Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Service, Frank M. Whiting & Co., N. Attleboro, Massachusetts, wc. 1896-1940, comprising a coffeepot, teapot, covered sugar, creamer and waste bowl, embossed urn form on pedestal bases, height of coffee 11 3/4 in., combined weight 58 troy ozs. 4 dwts. [$1200/1800]
816. A Late Georgian Sheffield Teapot, 19th c., original pearwood handle, engraved acorn and oak leaf band at shoulder, monogrammed, urn-form on an oval base, height 7 3/4 in. [$250/350]
817. A Pair of Georgian-Style Silverplate Three-Light Candelabra, each in two sections, with scrolled reeded arms, gadrooned borders, removable bobeches, with circular base with tapered shaft, height 20 1/2 in., width 16 in. [$250/350]
818. An Old Sheffield Venison Dome, 19th c., together with a two-handled silverplate tea tray, rubbed-in silver shields on either side of domed cover, one with engraved footed armorials, oblong tray with rococo style engraved flat surface and piecrust rim, dish cover height 12 in., 21 in. x 15 1/4 in., tray 27 in. x 18 1/2 in. [$400/600]
819. A Large English Silverplate Salver, marked “Hand Stamped from Original Boulton and Watt Dies”, crested, with ornate floral scroll rim and chased well, diameter approx. 19 1/2 in. [$200/300]
820. An Antique English Sterling Silver Ladle and Tablespoon, marks extremely rubbed, the ladle “Old English” pattern, length 12 1/2 in., weight approx. 6 troy ozs., the tablespoon “Hanoverian” pattern, length 8 1/8 in. [$200/300]
821. An Assembled Set of Six Late Georgian Sterling Silver Fiddleback Tablespoons, 3 William Eley and William Fearn, London, 1817-1818, and 3 Edinburgh, 1825-1826; each crested with motto “Touch not the cat but a glove”, weight approx. 14 troy ozs. [$150/250]
1165. A Continental Silver Two-Handle Sweetmeat Dish, in the style of the late 17th c., lobed oval bowl with reticulated winged putto handles, unidentified marks on bottom, height 1 1/2 in., width 9 in., weight 3 troy ozs., 7 dwts. [$100/200]
1166. A Continental Silver Pierced Sugar Spoon, Belgium import marks for 1814-1831, plain downcurved pointed handle, circular bowl with assorted rows of pierced decoration, small gadrooned border, length 8 3/4 in. [$75/150]
1167. An Antique Silverplate Vintage Motif Magnum Wine Coaster, 19th c., with vintage decorated pierced sides and cast rim, original turned hardwood base, height 3 1/2 in., diameter 8 3/4 in. [$250/350]
1168. A Pair of Queen Anne-Style Silverplate Monteiths, with embossed bodies on stepped circular feet, height 8 in., diameter 12 3/4 in. [$250/350]
1169. A Group of Small Silver Flatware Serving Pieces, including Dominick & Haff sterling sugar nips, length 3 1/4 in., an English mother-of-pearl and silverplate cheese knife, English mother-of-pearl silverplate toast fork, a nut pick and a tea infuser, together with two English silverplate toast racks, both with center handles, the larger one mounted on a paw foot oblong stand, height 5 1/4 in., length 6 1/2 in., and height 7 in., length 7 1/2 in. (7 pcs.) [$100/200]
w 1170. An English Silverplate Plate Stand, three tier frame, raised on bun feet and having a center ring handle, height 32 1/2 in. [$100/200]
1171. A Group of Silver Flatware, including a pair of London 1807-08, G.S. upturned Old English sterling silver cold meat forks, a Gorham “Old French” handled silver large carving set, 14 in., four sterling cocktail stirrers and an antique English silverplate skewer (9 pcs.), weight 3 troy ozs., 13 dwts. [$100/200]
1172. An English Silverplate Oval Gallery Tray, together with a silverplate shell-form dish, and a Reed & Barton silverplate covered vegetable dish, “Mayflower” pattern, plain two-handled oblong form, diameter of tray 16 1/4 in., dish 7 in. x 6 1/2 in., dish 11 in. x 7 in. [$50/100]
1178. A Pair of Mexican Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra, 20th c., marked sterling and 925, lobed circular bases, scroll arms supporting three bell-shaped candle sockets, height 7 in., width 11 in., weight 32 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$800/1200]
1179. A Pair of Mexican Sterling Silver Mounted Haig and Haig Bottles, marked Maciel 925, plain and embossed floral bands encasing three-sided bottles, height 9 1/4. [$200/300]
1180. A Group of American Late Victorian Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, by Whiting, all with gold wash bowls, including a “Pompadour” berry spoon, an “Imperial” berry spoon, and a fork and spoon in a shell and bead pattern, all monogrammed, lengths approx. 7 in. [$300/500]
1181. A Reed & Barton Silverplate Ice Water Pitcher, c. 1885, marked on the bottom “Reed & Barton 1886”, with porcelain liner, tapered cylindrical form decorated in the Aesthetic taste, engraved “F”, height 13 1/2 in. [$300/500]
1182. An American Etched Glass and Sterling Silver-Mounted Pitcher, early 20th c., Matthews Company, Newark, New Jersey, hammered silver band applied to the neck and engraved “F.De G.J.”, etched grape clusters, leaves above vertical panels, height 8 1/8 in. [$300/500]
1183. A Silverplate Navette-Form Biscuit Tray, reticulated, with lion mask and garland decoration, height 3 3/4 in., length 16 1/4 in., width 8 in. [$250/350]
1194. An American Coin Silver Tablespoon, Roswell H. Bailey, Woodstock, VT, wc. 1804-1886, c. 1840, marked “WOODSTOCK” in a rectangle and “R.H. BAILEY” in a rectangle, downcurved fiddle handle, curved shoulders, engraved script initials “D.A.H” on upperface, length 8 1/2 in., weight 1 troy oz. 2 dwts. [$50/75]
1195. An American Sterling Silver Sugar Shell, “Audubon” pattern by Tiffany, pattern introduced 1871, retailed by W. Moir, New York, N.Y., length 7 in., see Belden p. 450. [$75/125]
1196. An American Coin Silver Fiddle and Shell Tablespoon, R. & W. Wilson, Philadelphia, wc. 1825-46, marked “R. & W. WILSON PHILADA” incised, upcurved handle with pointed shoulders, engraved script initials on the uppperface, length 8 7/8 in., weight 1 troy oz. 13 dwts., together with two American coin silver salt spoons, incised marks, upturned fiddle and shell handles with pointed shoulders, single drops, oval bowls, engraved script initials on upperface, length 3 3/4 in. [$50/100]
1197. An American Coin Silver Sugar Shell, Gorham & Co., c. 1852-1865, marked “Gorham & Co.” in a rectangle and “Providence RI” in a rectangle, upcurved wavy fiddle typt, with curved shoulders, engraved script initials on the upperface, length 7 in., see Belden, p. 199. [$50/100]
1198. An Early American Coin Silver Teaspoon, Abraham Geritse Forbes, New York, NY, wc. 1790-1805, c. 1800, marked “AGF” in a rectangle, bright-cut engraved fiddle type handle, engraved script initials on the upperface, length 5 7/8 in., CD’S 1790-1805, Belden, p. 171. [$50/75]
w 1199. An Antique American Silver Card Case, 19th c., unmarked, engine-turned engraved diagonal pattern, scrolled sides, engraved script monogram in oval reserve, 3 1/2 in. x 2 1/2 in., weight 1 troy oz., 7 dwts. [$100/200]
1200. Two American Coin Silver Fiddle Thread Tablespoons, R. & W. Wilson, Philadelphia, wc. 1825-46, marked “PHILADA” AND “R. & W. WILSON” incised, upcurved handles with engraved script initials “J.A.P.” on upperface, length 8 5/8 in., weight 3 troy ozs. 4 dwts. [$100/200]
1201. Three Antique American Sterling Silver Tablespoons, unidentified pattern, unidentified maker, threaded edge on pointed handle with Classical decoration, weight 4 troy ozs., 18 dwts. [$75/150]
1202. A Group of Antique American Sterling Silver Flatware, “Olive” pattern, William Gale & Sons, introduced c. 1850, retailed Tiffany & Co., including a tablespoon, dessert spoon, teaspoon, and two forks, length 6 3/4 in., engraved in script “MWE” on upperface, together with a silverplate “Olive” pattern two prong serving fork, length 6 in., weight 7 troy ozs. 3 dwts. (6 pcs.) [$100/150]
1203. An American Sterling Silver Punch Ladle, by Manchester Mfg. Co., c. 1890, unidentified pattern, floral decorated handle terminal, engraved script initials on upperface, length 12 in., weight 3 troy ozs. 11 dwts. [$75/125]
w 1204. A Pair of Gorham Sterling Silver Reticulated Shades and Silverplate Candlesticks, 20th c., the cloth shade inserts with beaded fringe, the spring-loaded candle supports with celluloid shafts, inserting into the oval silver bases with reeded waists, base marked “Wilcox, Meriden, CT”, height 14 in., diameter 5 1/2 in. [$200/400]
1205. A Group of Seven New England Coin Silver Teaspoons, including a pair of teaspoons, Jeffrey R. Brackett, Boston, c. 1840, downturned fiddle handle with curved shoulders, marked “BOSTON” in a rectangle and “J.R. BRACKETT” in a rectangle, engraved initials on the upper face “A.B.H.”, length 5 1/2 in., three teaspoons, Caleb Warner, Salem, Mass. and Portland, Maine, c. 1830, marked “C. WARNER” in a rectangle and with an Indian in a square with canted corners, upturned wavy fiddle typt curved shoulders, engraved script initial on upper face, length 6 in., and a pair of teaspoons, A. Sanborn & Co., Lowell, Massachusetts, c. 1870, incised marks, upturned wavy fiddle typt handles, with engraved initials on the reverse. [$75/150]
1206. Four American Coin Silver Teaspoons, P.G. Perdriaux, location unknown, possibly Philadelphia, marked “P.G. PERDRIAUX” in a rectangle, upturned fiddle typt handle with pointed shoulders, engraved script initials on the upperface, “CAS”, length 5 3/4 in., weight 1 troy oz. 18 dwts. [$100/200]
1207. Six Assorted Silver Napkin Rings, sterling and coin, one dragon decorated oriental ring, five monogrammed, weight 4 troy ozs., 15 dwts. [$100/200]
1208. A Group of American Sterling Silver Strawberry Forks and Cocktail Forks, including 6 cocktail forks, Whiting “New Empire” pattern introduced c. 1895, engraved script “C” on upperface; 8 assorted three prong berry forks and 8 assorted two prong berry forks, some engraved, (22 pcs.) weight 8 ozs., 5 dwts. [$200/300]
1209. A Group of American Sterling Silver Flatware, c. 1900, including 6 soup spoons and 6 dinner forks, Whiting “Louis XV” pattern, introduced 1891, retailed by A.M. Hill, New Orleans, c. 1891-1909, Gorham “Strasbourg” introduced 1897, some retailed by A.B. Griswold & Co., c. 1897-1906, and 4 teaspoons, 2 butter knives and 2 serving spoons with gilt bowls, monogrammed, weight 26 troy ozs., 8 dwts. (20 pcs.) [$400/600]
Provenance: Descended from the Forstall family, New Orleans.
1210. A Five-Piece Alvin Sterling Silver Mounted Dresser Set, including a pin tray, shoe horn, 2 brushes and a buffer, together with a match box holder, scissor and a shoe horn, 8 pcs. [$100/200]
1211. Two American Coin Silver Mustard Ladles, Edwin B. Horn, Boston, wc. 1843-65, bright-cut engraved upturned Old English handle, no shoulders, shell bowl, marked “COIN” and “E.B. HORN” incised, engraved script initials on upper face, length 5 1/2 in., together with a small coin silver mustard ladle, Starr & Chitry, location unknown, probably New York or Philadelphia, marked “STARR & CHITRY” and “PURE COIN” incised, upturned fiddle typt handle with slight tapered shoulders, shell bowl, engraved initial on upper face. (3 pcs.) [$60/80]
1212. A Group of American Sterling Silver Flatware, “Copenhagen” pattern by Manchester Silver Company, pattern introduced 1936, including six cocktail forks, four cream soup spoons, a sugar shell, a sauce ladle and a flat spreader, weight 13 troy ozs., 1 dwt. (13 pcs.) [$100/150]
1213. A Set of Six American Gorham Sterling Butter Knives, fully marked, with Oriental island motif, length 6 in. [$100/125]
w 1214. A Group of Silver Objects, including an inkwell with stand, pair of Gorham low candle holders, and 6 dessert cups and 6 small coasters, (15 pcs.) weight 15 troy ozs., 9 dwts. [$100/200]
1215. Two American Sterling Silver Serving Spoons, comprising a jelly server, Gorham, “New Queens” pattern introduced 1895, 7 1/4 in., and a Whiting twist handle serving spoon, 8 7/8 in., the bowl engraved “A” and with a scalloped rim, weight 4 troy ozs., 3 dwts. [$100/200]
1216. A Group of American Coin Silver Flatware, including a downturned fiddle sauce ladle, L.H. Packard, Potsdam, N.Y., c. 1847, “PACKARD” in rectangle; a pair of upturned wavy fiddle typt tablespoons, Newell Harding, Boston, wc. 1826-62; a downturned fiddle typt soup/dessert spoon, Mather & Pitkin, N.Y., a pair of upturned fiddle typt salt spoons with shell bowls and a downturned fiddle salt spoon, weight 4 troy ozs., 10 dwts. (7 pcs.) [$75/150]
1217. A Group of American Sterling Silver Holloware, including a bud vase, waste bowl by Gorham, a small vase, and folding campaign cup. (5 pcs.) [$400/600]
1218. A Group of American Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, including Gorham sugar tongs, a serving fork, monogrammed, 7 coasters, 2 long spoons, 5 small ladles, 2 small tongs, a bottle opener and a napkin ring, monogrammed. (20 pcs.) [$300/500]
1219. A Reed & Barton Silverplate Ice Bucket, having a pierced liner, a fox and bird swing handle and a Reed & Barton pierced spoon, together with a silverplate expanding circular trivet, height 9 in., trivet 9 1/2 in. [$150/250]
Provenance: Forstall Family
1220. A Group of Three American Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, consisting of a Gorham, 1897 “Lancaster” pattern cake serving knife, a Towle, 1892 “Old English” pattern slotted spoon, and a Wood & Hughes c. 1875 “Louis XV” pattern serving fork. [$150/250]
1221. A Set of Four American Sterling Silver Tumblers, by S. Kirk & Son, sterling, “295A”, height 5 1/8 in., diameter 2 3/4 in. [$100/200]
1222. A Group of American Sterling Silver Holloware, including 12 goblets, 3 sherbets, (with monograms), 7 butter pats, (with monograms), a Krewe of Mithras carnival favor, baby cup, baby goblet, (monogrammed), salt and pepper shakers, and 9 liqueurs (one engraved as golf trophy). [$200/300]
w 1223. Two Gorham Sterling Silver Christmas Ornaments, 1979, one of a group of children, the other a snowflake, both in original boxes, approximate height 3 1/4 in. [$40/60]
1224. A Set of Four American Sterling Beakers, one pair marked Reed & Barton, the other faintly marked Towle, height 3 3/4 in., diameter 3 in. [$100/200]
1225. A Group of American Sterling Silver Items, comprising a Gorham snowflake Christmas ornament, a ladle and a pair of weighted candlesticks. [$100/200]
1226. A Group of American Sterling Silver Flatware, including 8 spoons by Gorham, 6 gold wash demitasse spoons, engraved “Maud”, 6 demitasse spoons marked “JR” with “B” monogram, 4 other spoons, 2 incised “Vicksburg, Grant Pemberton” with a cannon, together with 14 other silverplate spoons, forks and a German sieve. (38 pcs.) [$150/250]
1228. A Set of Four Baroque-Style Argente Bronze Candlesticks, each bulbous standard issuing a foliate candle nozzle, on scrolled feet, height 12 1/2 in. [$300/400]

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