Category: Hollowware

  • Coin Silver Butter Dish Made by Gorham and Co., Providence RI, Circa 1860

    A heavy, early, exceptionally fine, example of this form of American butter dish. The lid of this butter dish is finely decorated with engine-turning around three circular cartouches, two of which are engraved with scenes, and the third with the monogram. Marked with the Gorham logo used between 1848 and 1865 Engraved AMB The diameter […]

  • A Very Rare Coin Silver Nautical Speaking Trumpet Mounted in Its Original Case, Marked By Samuel Lewis, Washington, D.C., Circa 1845

    Speaking trumpets were used in the eighteenth and nineteenth century by sea captains and fire chiefs to amplify their voices. Large scale presentation presentation speaking trumpets were given to fire chiefs and sea captains to commemorate important events. Most of the ones known are made of brass or silver-plate. Very rarely they were made of […]

  • An English Sterling Epergne Made by Mathew Bolton, Birmingham, 1825 – 26

    This is a fine late Regency epergne. It is fully marked. The bowl supports are removable. They can be interchanged with candle sockets made by Robinson, Edkins, and Aston of Birmingham. There is a heavy oak case fitted to store the epergne. The case was made in the 1860’s and is probably responsible for the […]

  • Wallace Grande Baroque Sterling Bread & Butter Plates – Set of 8

    This set of Grande Baroque bread and  butter plates has the rarely found pierced border.  They are in very fine condition.  Each is six inches in diameter.  Five have the standard Wallace Sterling 4306 marks, two also have Grande Baroque shown in the mark, and one is unmarked.  The group weighs 24.9 oz. $1,750.00

  • Sterling Framed Dressing Table Mirror $1,200.00

    This large and elegant dressing table mirror is one of the very few that I have seen that would appeal to people with a very modern taste. it has a wooden stand which is painted  or stained black. This frame was made by Alfredo Ortega in Mexico City circa 1950.  Dimensions are 20″ high X […]

  • Mid-Century Modern Coffee and Tea Service. $20,000.00

    This mid-century modern tea and coffee service was made by Ricci & Co. of Alessandra, Italy circa 1968. It was completely handmade and is a remarkable example of Italian Mid-Century Modern design. All the pieces including the tray are of 800/1000 fine silver, which is the Italian standard usually used for hollowware made to be sold […]

  • Pairpoint Center Bowl And Compotes

          The pieces of this rare table garnisher are composed of cut glass and stone with silver plated mounts. The glass, as one would expect, is beautifully cut, additionally, one of the companies iconic bubble balls is mounted in the base of the center bowl. Each piece has a square stone incorporated in the base. We […]

  • A Mid-century Danish Sterling Porringer and Cover Made by Kay Bojesen Denmark

    Kay Bojesen was one of the most important Danish designers of the mid-twentieth century.  Although, he is most famous for his exquisite wooden toys, his first training was as a silversmith. He began working for Georg Jensen in 1906.  This is a rare example of his independent silver work. The height is 2 1/4 inches. The […]

  • Sterling Model of a Stallion

      An English sterling model of a stallion made by Edward Bannard & Sons, London, 1957 The model is cast.  The coat, mane, tail, and other details are finely hand chased. Height: 6 inches to the top of the ears Weight: 16 Troy ounces $2,000.00

  • A Sterling Mounted Walnut Tray

                  A sterling mounted walnut tray. The sterling frame is well made with ball feet, a pierced rim and a sturdy upper border. The removable tray is inlaid with a pair of lines near the edge of the bottom and a central cartouche enclosing a shell. Although it would have […]

  • English silver Snuff Box, made by William Simpson in Birmingham, circa 1841.

    This English sterling snuff box is handsome and well-made.  Although there are a few scratches on the top it is in nice condition with crisp decoration and marks.  The marks are divided between the inside of the lid and the inside of the box.  Length: 3 3/8 inches, Width: 2 1/8 inches, Height: 7/8 inches. […]

  • Sterling Flask made by Gorham, 1886

    A very heavy and finely made flask made by Gorham with bold and intricately detailed chasing of roses. The reverse is engraved with an ornate interlocking monogram. From the lid to the base is 6 ¾ inches, the width at the widest part of the body is 4 ½ inches by 1 ¾ inches deep. […]

  • Rare and Large Silver Plated Jewelry Box

    This very large silver plated Jewelry box is elaborately decorated with motifs associated with romance and marriage, including love birds, arrows, churches, and baskets of flowers. Condition fine. Details: There are no marks on this piece. The box has been relined with dark blue velvet. The construction suggests that tit was made in England in […]

  • English Sterling Tea and Coffee Service in the Gothic Revival Style

    An English sterling tea and coffee service in the Gothic Revival Style made by Joseph Angell, Sr. and Joseph Angle, Jr. of London, 1849-50. All of the pieces are very finely engraved with gothic motifs which include: columns, trailing vines, and tiny figures and animals. The set is in remarkably fine condition and has never been monogrammed. Details: […]

  • An American Sterling Sugar Bowl and Cream Pitcher Made by Tiffany & Co.

    The handles on this set are cast with berries and foliage. The decoration on the bodies are engraved and bright cut through a matt finish with gilded interiors. There is no monogram and no evidence of monogram removal. Details: The underside of each body is marked “TIFFANY & CO./ 2093/ STERLING/ m (lower case, Old […]

  • American Coin Silver Cup, made in Natchez, Mississippi, circa 1830

    This rare and interesting cup made by Thomas Chester Coit, Natchez, Mississippi, circa 1830. It is the subject of an article written by well-known scholar, Dr. Charles Curb, in the January/February 2009 issue of Silver magazine. Additional documentation as to the original owners and dates Coit’s resided in Natchez was published in the March/April 2009 […]

  • A Pair of Candelabra made by Tiffany & Co. Sold

    This pair of candelabra in the Colonial Revival Style and are of a very useful size because they can comfortably be used on modern tables. The arms can be removed so that the shafts can be used as a pair of candle sticks. Designed in 1897 and made between 1902 and 1907. They are not weighted. […]