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American Colonial Silver Porringer
A welll formed example with keyhole handle, unmarked but with period script monogram PT


  America. 18th century. 5 5/8" D.
Price: $1,700.00

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AN EXCEPTIONAL COIN SILVER SPADE FORM SERVER
Beautifully engraved with a central waterscape within a diaperwork ground, this elegant spade or trowel server is only marked PATENTED and COIN. Fine condition, with crisp brite-cut engraving. An identical example, but for the engraving, has been published by Osterberg (1994), where it is described as a pie knife although... (more)   American. c. 1855. 8 3/4" L.
Price: $595.00

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An Exceptional Pair of Early George III Salvers or Waiters
Each with an elaborate floral motif cast and applied border, and standing on three cast feet; fully and clearly marked for London, 1762, maker Emick, or Emich Romer (Grimwade 638).
Romer was a Norwegian who worked in London for a number of years before retiring to his native country. Williamsburg has... (more)   England. 1762. 9" D.; 37 oz. total
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Fine Georgian Sterling Silver Strainer Spoon
Old English pattern, the diviider with decorative piercings; marked for London, 1796, Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan, goldsmiths. The spoon bears the contemporary crest of a portcullis, used by about a dozen families including Beaufort, Bell, Ryland and Somerset.
The marks are exceptionally clear, with detail in the lion's face... (more)   England. 1796. 11 7/8" L.
Price: $775.00

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Fine Set of Eight Coin Silver King's Pattern Forks
Double struck and heavy, by Bard and Lamont of Philadelphia (1841-45), very lightly and almost invisibly monogrammed LAB in script.
This is a lovely set with hardly any wear. The monogram is not worn; it was just lightly engraved.
  America. 1841-45. 7 1/2" L. 18 oz.
Price: $1,450.00

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INTERNATIONAL STERLING SILVER MARTINI GLASS, A. LA PAGLIA, DESIGNER; No. 13074/4
Alphonse La Paglia, who had been a designer for Georg Jensen, became an independent designer of silver holloware in the 1950's. He did a number of designs for International in Danish style.

Three examples are available. All have the La Paglia Designed mark, a number, and IN. STERLING minutely stamped on... (more)   America. c. 1950.
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LARGE TWO HANDLE STERLING BOWL
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ENGRAVED JAPONESQUE STERLING SERVER
The square flat blade with chamfered corners engraved with the design of a bird among blossoming branches, the handle with a butterfly among flowers. Marked for Wm. B. Durgin Co. Though probably originally meant as a waffle server, this elegant item has many possible uses.

Slight edge deformation.

  American. c. 1870. 8 1/8" L.
Price: $395.00

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A Small Victorian Sterling Silver Teapot
This pot standing on four hoof feet is covered with well executed repousee decoration. The cartouche is blank on both sides. Marked for London; Barnards makers.
This is a chrming pot by one of the 19th century's foremost silversmiths.
  England. 1898. 7 1/2" L.; 5 1/2" H.; 10.5 oz.
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American Sterling Silver Inkstand by Gorham
with two hinge lid inkpots flanking a fixed pen wipe, the stand with repousse scrollwork overall, date coded for 1880, the well matched glass and sikver inkpots date coded for 1895.
The inkweels fit depressions in the stand, and aresuch a good fit that they appear to ahve been made just... (more)   America. 1880, 1895. 12" L.
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