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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 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
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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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.
Classic Tiffany Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl
Almost hemispherical, this heavy bowl stands on a stepped collet foot, and is signed on the base. It is in fine condition.   America. c. 1965. 9 3/4" D.; 3 5/8"H.; 29 oz.
FIne Reed & Barton Sterling Silver Repousse Teapot
Of compressed ball shape and heavy weight, with elegant hand chased decoration, standing on four scroll feet, engraved with a bold scrolled letter C, and with the date December 25, 1903 engraved on the base.
The design and execution of this teapot predates by only two or three years the introduction... (more)   America. c. 1903. 10" L.; 25 oz.
Georg III Sterling Silver Pepper Caster or Pepperette
Urn form, on a short stem and circular foot; marked for London, maker's mark partly illegible.

  England. 1809. 2 1/2" H.; 1 oz.
Price: $175.00

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Georgian Sterling Mustard Pot
Boat form, with domed lid and strap handle; fitted wth a cobalt glass liner with star cut base; marked for London, 1802, maker possibly Robert Hennell.
With contemporary monogram JS.
Liner repaired.
  England. 1802. 5 1/2" L.
Price: $550.00

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Gorham Coin Silver Stag Head Vase
A bud vase of Classical form with two applied deer heads, and with the engraved inscription, "Fennie/October 5th 1865". Marked with the Gorham three-element trademark as used for silver, but not marked sterling. This relates to Gorham's Saxon Stag pattern of circa 1855.   America. c. 1865. 5 7/8" H.
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