38 oz. overall. Fiddle and fiddle thread pattern--all Ohio makers. A careful collection of Ohio silver examples.
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Approx 10.5" x 9 1/4" x 6" high. 58.5 oz troy. Bearing engraved armorials. About the best piece of french silver I have ever owned and exists to actually be used.
Assembled Set of Four Kings Pattern Sterling Silver Large Tablespoons Two spoons are made by Charlie Jacques and Frederick Bartholomew. The other two spoons are made by Mappin brothers. Date letter 1901. Exceptional quality, two pairs match great selling as an assembled set of four
9 1/4" diameter, 17.8 oz troy. Having engraved armorial, stiff leafage border. 1819-38 standard.
Having shell bowl and bottom marked with legible date letter but not maker. London, circa 1765.
17" high. Thought to be either from New York or Boston, ca. 1815-1825. add $100 if you would like them polished.
7.5 inches x 6.5".
English, Victorian Silver Plated Fish serving set with bone handles. Fine engraving, including imagery of a sea serpent. $190.00 for the pair.
Approx. 10" high.
Really superb quality pin box with painted lid, approx. 5" x 3.5" and with hinged lid.
Second Q 19th C, English--original glass shades, never electrified.
Having hard stone handle which seems to be a later addition and bronze cup. Approx. 7" long.
Approx. 4" long.
Approx. 7" diameter.
12.5" wide, excellent quality.
9.5" high, antique pair of bronze sticks with good fire gilding and note engraved monogram--hard to call age--probably early 19th C.