American, ca 1925. A set of twelve sterling silver champagne flutes by Tiffany & Co. Each marked and monogrammed; ht. 7.75 in. (each), total wt. 66.13ozt (2056.5g).
American, 1878-79. A sterling silver child's bowl by Tiffany & Co., with chased nursery rhyme decoration to the exterior. Marked on underside; ht. 2.75, dia. 5 in., wt. 7.25ozt (225.5g).
American (New York), ca 1860s. An early sterling silver cup and saucer by Tiffany & Co. with J.C. Moore, with fine bird and ivy pattern decoration. Both marked Tiffany & Co. / 1063 / Quality 925-1000 / 2819 / M. Cup with an engraved cartouche reading Stephen Whitney / From His / Godmother / June 11th 1868 and saucer monogrammed S.W.; cup ht. 3.25 in., saucer dia. 5.75 in., total wt. 10.31ozt (320.5g).
American. A sterling silver five-piece tea and coffee service by Wallace in The Washington pattern, including a coffee pot, a teapot, a creamer, a lidded sugar bowl, and a waste bowl. All pieces marked, and monogrammed; tallest ht. 8.75 in., total silver wt. 62.61ozt (1947g).
American, ca 1920. A sterling silver lidded creamer and a pair of weighted columnar candlesticks with square bases, by Gorham; creamer ht. 6.25 in., total weighable silver wt. 7.62ozt (237g).
English, 18th century. A pair of sterling silver salts with hoof feet, dated 1766, with partially legible maker's mark, and a sterling reticulated basket with cobalt glass liner, dated 1773, with full marks; basket ht. 2.5 in., total wt. 4.29ozt (133.5g).
English (London), early 19th century. A sterling silver master salt, with pierced and engraved bowl, dated 1804 with illegible maker's mark, and a pair of Neoclassical sterling salts, dated 1801, by Abstainando King, with full marks to foot; King salts ht. 2.5, wd. 3.5 in. (each), total wt. 5.77ozt (179.5g).
English (London), 18th-19th century. A pair of diminutive sterling silver salts, dated 1871 with maker's mark IF, a pair of sterling salts by Stephen Adams, and a pair of sterling salts by Nathaniel Appleton & Anne Smith, ca 1770s. Each salt with hoof feet and full hallmarks; largest ht. 1.5, wd. 2.75 in. (each), total silver wt. 8.97ozt (279.5g).
English, 1892-1917. A pair of sterling silver salts with spoons by Charles Turman Burrows of Birmingham, housed in original presentation case, and a pair of Neoclassical-style sterling salts by Atkin Brothers. Both sets with full hallmarks; Atkin salt oah. 2, wd. 3.75 in. (each), total wt. 4.89ozt (152g).
English (London), 1854. Three sterling silver master salts by William Robert Smily, each with three hoof feet and floral engraving, full hallmarks to underside. Two with cobalt glass liners; ht. 1.5, wd. 2.75 in. (each), total silver wt. 6.46ozt (201g).
19th-20th century. A group of three Mexican silver shell salts, two sterling and one .950, a pair of reticulated sterling salts with cobalt liners, three sterling footed salts, and a pair of engraved and repoussé footed salts with unidentifed marks; largest oah. 2.5, wd. 4.25 in. (each), total sterling wt. 3.3ozt (102.5g), .950 silver wt. .71ozt (22g), other wt. 2.33ozt (72.5g).
American, 19th-20th century. A pair of sterling silver master salts with cobalt liners, by Goodnow & Jenks, each marked, and a pair of coin silver master salts with scroll feet and rocaille decoration, monogrammed and marked Coin; sterling salt ht. 1.25, wd. 3.5 in. (each), coin salt ht. 1.5, wd. 3 in. (each), total sterling wt. 3.44ozt (107g), total coin wt. 3.86ozt (120g).
American and German. A collection of nine individual silver napkin holders, including two by Gorham, one by S. Kirk & Son, three by Bremer Silberwarenfabrik, one by Webster Company, one by Lunt Silversmiths, and one without a maker's mark; largest lg. 3 in., total silver wt. 5.24ozt (163g).
American. Five assorted sterling tablewares, including a porringer by Towle, a tray and a small bowl by Wallace, a plate by Blackinton, and a bowl by Meridan; tray lg. 10 in., total silver wt. 29.04ozt (903g).
American. Four sterling silver nut or candy dishes, examples by Fred Hirsch, Reed & Barton, and Sciarrotta, PLUS seven pieces of sterling flatware, a pair of Fisher sterling weighted candleholders, a cut glass creamer with sterling lid and nine silverplated pieces; largest dish ht. 3.25, lg. 8 in., total weighable silver wt. 35ozt (1088.5g).
American, 20th century. An International sterling silver flatware service for twelve in the Continental pattern, including twenty-four teaspoons, twelve round bowl soup spoons, a sugar spoon, twenty-four salad forks, twelve dinner forks, twelve hollow-handle butter knives, twelve dinner knives with stainless blades, four tablespoons, a pierced tablespoon, a gravy ladle, and a meat serving fork. Each piece marked and housed in a presentation case, PLUS ten assorted sterling spoons; largest lg. 9.25 in., total weighable silver wt. 154.95ozt (4819g).
20th century. Thirty-five assorted sterling flatware pieces, including a Gorham sterling-handled bottle opener with a stainless blade, two berry spoons by Baker Manchester, an enameled spoon and fork by David Andersen, and thirty other pieces. All marked; longest lg. 14 in., total weighable silver wt. 24.5ozt (762.5g).
American. A grouping of sterling silver flatware and candlesticks by International Silver Co. in the Prelude pattern, including eleven 8.75 in. hollow knives with stainless blades, three 9.25 in. hollow knives with stainless blades, eighteen individual hollow butter spreaders with stainless blades, nine round bowl soup spoons, fourteen teaspoons, five oval soup spoons, twelve iced tea spoons, four salt spoons, a sugar spoon, fourteen cocktail forks, fourteen dinner forks, fourteen individual salad forks, a cold meat serving fork, a lemon fork, a short handled pickle fork, a tomato server, two pierced serving spoons, a serving spoon, a salad serving spoon, a gravy ladle, a bon bon spoon, a cheese server with a stainless blade, a pie server with a stainless blade, a wooden bowl two-piece salad set, a salt shaker and a pepper shaker, a bon bon bowl, a weighted candle holder, and a pair of weighted three light candelabras. All pieces marked; longest lg. 11 in., candelabra ht. 15.25 in., total weighable silver wt. 111.318ozt (3462g).
American, 20th century. A pair of International weighted sterling two-to-three light candelabra, #N315, with removable finials and central stems, PLUS a pair of International sterling shakers, #S139; candelabra oah. 17.5 in., weighable sterling wt. 4.08ozt (127g).
American, 20th century. A group of ten sterling silver julep cups, six by International and four by Manchester, each marked. Manchester cups monogrammed; International cup ht. 4 in. (each), total wt. 39.86ozt (1239.5g).
American, mid-19th century. A coin silver cup by Samuel Kirk, marked on underside, and engraved with Alfred Renshaw family names; ht. 3.5 in., wt. 4.67ozt (139g).
American (Cincinnati), mid-19th century. A coin silver ladle by Duhme & Co. with a partial twist and finely engraved handle. Marked on underside; lg. 9.5 in., wt. 3.04ozt (94.5g).
American, 19th century. A group of ten coin silver spoons by Cincinnati makers including E & D Kinsey, Joseph Draper, and Scovil & Co. Each marked and some with monograms, PLUS a set of nine coin silver forks retailed by J. Rudd & Co., three coin silver teaspoons and a sterling fork. All marked; longest lg. 8.75 in., total silver wt. 22.32ozt (694g).
American (Kentucky), 19th century. A group of thirty-five coin silver spoons, and one fork, by various Kentucky makers including George McDannold, William Hinton, Fletcher & Bennett, John Kitts, Kitts & Werne, Andrew Medley, Rudolph Albert, Thomas Shepherd, P.L. Reese & Bro., William Kendrick & Sons, S.S. Cutler & Co., Eli Garner, William Poindexter, John Marshall, John Knepfly, George Stewart, James Sharrard and Milton Ramsey. All marked and most monogrammed; largest lg. 8.5 in., total wt. 30.61ozt (952g).
American (Louisville), mid-19th century. A group of eleven coin silver spoons by Henry Hudson (1841-1888), including a tablespoon. All marked and two with monograms; longest lg. 8.75 in., total wt. 7.69ozt (239g).
American, 19th century. Nine coin silver tablespoons and four teaspoons by W. Faber of Philadelphia, two fiddleback spoons by S.C. Jett of St. Louis, and nineteen other coin silver spoons by various makers including Joseph Bouju (New Orleans), Samuel Mason, Jr. (Philadelphia), McNeely & Estep (Ohio), and McFadden (Pittsburgh). All marked and monogrammed; tablespoon lg. 8.5 in. (each), total wt. 31.03ozt (965g).
American (Philadelphia), 18th century. A pair of coin silver shoe buckles, one marked DD for Daniel Dupuy (1719-1807), each with engraved decoration and monogram ND; lg. 3, wd. 2 in. (each), total wt. 2.93ozt (91g).
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