A French first standard silver pitcher by Emile Puiforcat, Paris, late 19th / early 20th century. Typical spreading baluster form, with floral sprays issuing from handle over a gadrooned base raised on a circular footed base, The ewer is very large, beautiful ornate motif, with an applied handle with figural nature motif . The bottom part of the ewer body is decorated with a nice motif. The makers mark is on the base edge. This is a very nice piece, with a gorgeous touch for home. The weight is 55 troy ounces. Measuring 14 and 1/4 inches in height and 11 inches in length.
Antique German silver empire design basket with blue cobalt glass liner. The basket is very ornate with two plates for a monogram on both sides, the solid silver is in very good condition, with intricate details. The glass is also in very good condition. The base is ornate with intricate details on the leaves. The handle has a pierced and open work with a nice flower motif. Measuring: 11 inches h. X 5 inches. On top of the base is clearly the makers mark. Fine and beautiful the details of the flowers bring nature into your home.
Set of four vintage Tiffany sterling silver bud vases & rose bud vermeil. This is a beautiful set of vases, each one having a flower and leaves. The flowers are crafted to reflect the phases of a flower’s progress, from bud to full bloom. Antique Tiffany Co. makers sterling silver bud vase are fully marked. The vases’ measurements vary according to the flowers’ height. Executed in sterling gilt, two of the vases are ornate, with three incised lines around the neck, the other two are simple. The weight is 40 gross t oz. Maker’s mark under the base, 20th Century.
American sterling pitcher by P. L Krider. The body of the water pitcher is ornate with a band of repousse, with a foil and foliate motif. Very nice hand engraved monogram. Stamped P. L. Krider and Sterling under the base. The body of the pitcher has a band surrounding it with a beautiful motif and an applied silver handle sitting on a circular footed base. Measuring: 7 and 1/2 inches in height and weighing 20.5 troy oz.
A beautiful sterling silver vase by Tiffany & Co. from just after the turn of the last century. The plain, trumpet-shaped body is very simple with no monogram and on a circular footed base. This elegant sterling silver vase is marked underneath ‘TIFFANY & Co/ MAKERS/ STERLING SILVER/ 925-1000/ m/ 17040-17060’. This striking vase measures 13 1/2 inches high, weighs 38 troy ounces and is in good condition.
Arts and Crafts sterling silver Kalo shop bowl. The Kalo sterling silver bowl is hand hammered with five sides marked “Hand Wrought at the Kalo Shop”. 11.6 t oz. American Arts and Crafts sterling silver by Kalo, Kalo M 323 sterling silver hand made bowl. This Kalo bowl measures 9 inches wide by 2″ high and was made in the Kalo Shop which started at 175 Dearborn Michigan . The hand hammered detail in this silver bowl is true perfection with graceful lobes. Signed KALO M 312 sterling on its reverse. The Kalo Shop was largely the personal creation of Clara Barck Welles who had come to Chicago for Oregon and started the shop around 1900-1902. The bowl has a very nice applied engrave on front, condition is very good, very nice patina.
Lovely Lebolt art nouveau period crafted sterling silver dish elevated and enhancing fine dining experience and table with this antique piece. Applied initials engraved on the body sits on spreading foot, as stated sterling silver weighing a massive 35.5 t oz, good condition. This silver tray is engraved with an applied monogram, hand crafted, very nice patina, good condition. Measuring 2 inches in height and 14 inches in diameter.
Lebolt & Co. sterling silver compote, Chicago, Illinois, Wide shallow bowl on long stem flaring to circular foot, maker’s mark Lebolt, hand hammered sterling silver was made by Chicago silver company, LeBolt. The compote has an applied engraved inside of the bowl. Very nice size, measuring 3 1/4 inches in height and 12 inches in diameter. The weight is 28 troy ounces. In 1912, J. Myer LeBolt added silversmithing to his family Chicago jewelry store. LeBolt also had a retail store in Paris in the 1920’s. This lobed candy compote was monogrammed (inside of the bowl) Marked on the bottom “LEBOLT Hand Beaten Sterling 1030”. Nice condition with the hammer marks that were typical in classic Arts & Crafts silver. A rare piece of Arts & Crafts sterling from the Chicago area.
Kalo shop arts & crafts sterling silver bowl, round, fluted, large, with flat bottom and high flaring sides, applied wire to rim. Large applied DM mono on outside. Nice hammering and weight. 10 and 1/2 inches in width and 2 and 1/2 inches in height. Marked: Sterling / hand wrought / at / the Kalo shops / Chicago/and New York F5L Kalo bowl with no monogram. The Kalo Shop sold dozens of different kinds of bowls. The two that were most iconic were the model 5811 Lotus bowl and this model 18 five-lobed bowl. This model 18 bowl is the essence of Arts & Crafts simplicity and elegance. The Kalo motto was “Beautiful, Useful, Enduring” and this qualifies on all counts with its gentle spreading lobed sides, heavy applied wire to the rim, and flat bottom. On front has an applied monogram MM
Lebkuecher sterling silver arts & crafts style hand hammered ewer retailed by Grogan & Co. measuring 17 inches in height & 9 inches handle to spout & weighing 45 troy ounces with prominent hand hammering & fabulous hand engraving. Lebkuecher & Co – Newark, NJ active c. 189601909. Bought in 1918 by Eleder co.
Set of 12 sterling silver dessert bowls with fabulous pierce work made in London by silversmith George Jackson & David Fullerton Circa 1913 & retailed by Birks of Canada. The bowls measure 6 & 1/2 inches end to end & 2 & 1/2 inches in height . The weight of the set is 52 troy ounces. There are 8 with cranberry color liners & 4 with white replacement liners.
American art deco sterling silver water pitcher, hand hammered in style of Georg Jensen. The pitcher has an elegant touch, with ebony handle, very nice patina. The maker mark is very clear at the bottom as seen in the photographs The size of the pitcher is 10 inches in height and 8 inches in width. The weight is 27 t oz. About DeMatteo: William G. DeMatteo is considered to have been one of New York’s finest mid-century silversmiths. His hand wrought silver is always of fine quality. Another of his great achievements was training his son, William L DeMatteo, as a silversmith. William L. DeMatteo became the first master silversmith at Colonial Williamsburg.
A monumental pair of Austrian 800 standard silver rococo style nine-light candelabra. Makers mark HG, cast and chased as scrolling foliage and scrolls. The total weight of the pair is 420 troy ounce. Measuring 29 inches in height and 19 inches diameter, arm to arm.
Continental lapis mounted silver centerpiece, with a central vase, decorated along the top rim with applied hardstone miniature fruit, continuing to an ivory knop and a pierced tapering square foot, ending in an oval platform base mounted with two lapis panels & decorated with two opposing shell-shaped wells and scrolling acanthus leaves, on toupie feet ending in a base. The centerpiece measures 10 and 1/4 in height and 23 inches in width.
Woodside Sterling Co. sterling silver Jensen style two-handled footed punch bowl, bearing marks of W in wreath sterling. The bowl of flared circular form, with cast foliate handles, on eight standing cast leaf motifs interspersed by tendrils and berry motifs, ending in a domed disk foot. Measuring 10 and 1/4 inches in height, 20 and 1/2 inches in width, wieghing approximately 95 troy ounces.
Sterling silver art novueau martele style period water pitcher by Gorham circa 1904. Pitcher measures 9 & 1/2 inches in height & weighing 43 troy ounces. The pitcher is marked lion anchor g sterling A4992 & horseshoe date mark for 1904. Beautiful hammered finish with grapes, leaves and vines. Hammered all over with the raised grape design all around the pitcher. This piece has the Gorham horseshoe date mark of 1904.
A group of ten Italian silver-gilt and gem set table ornament 20th century apple form, with textured matte finish, comprising six place card holders, two pairs of salt and pepper casters, each inset with diamonds, one pair of salt and pepper casters without matte finish, apparently unmarked 1 ¾ inches (4.4 cm.) diameter; 24 oz. (759 gr.) gross weight (10)
A George V silver oval reticulated cake basket with a beautifully cut detailed pattern, detailed rim and a fine swing handle. Bears the mark of Crichton Brothers, London, 1914 at the bottom of the basket and the mark of Lionel Alfred Crichton at the bottom of the sing handle as shown. Measuring 13 inches (33 cm) wide, and weighing 54.1 Oz. The Crichton Brothers are renowned retail silversmiths and dealers who specialize in antique silver and fine-quality reproduction of silver, founded by Lionel Alfred Crichton in the 1890s.
Bigelow Bros. & Kennard coin silver water pitcher depicting a dog with a warrior shield on the handle with two matching dog cartouches on the front end and back end of the water pitcher. Very fine heavy gage silver with fine beading around the belly of the pitcher. Bears a Victorian engraving of 1862 and bears the markings of Bigelow Bros. & Kennard, coin silver as shown. In fine used condition and measures 15 inches x 10 inches x 6 inches and weighs 51.4 oz. Makes a great bar pitcher for any occasion.
A pair of beautiful Gorham silver lip fine etched clear art nouveau bud vase with frosted floral design around the body and a silver beaded rim. Bears the markings as shown along the rim. Measuring 3 & 1/2 inches in height and 2 & 1/2 inches in width. Makes a great gift for any birthday or anniversary.
Oval sterling silver lidded entree / vegetable Dish in repousse pattern by Dominick & Haff featuring a beautiful full body floral and foliate repousse decoration on a stippled background. With convenient removable ring handle which allows for the use of two vegetable dishes. The dish bears the hallmarks of Dominick & Haff (circle, diamond and rectangle) with the numbers 905 within the rectangle and 80 within the diamond as shown. Measuring 11 & 1/2 inches in length by 9 & 1/2 inches in width and 5 & 1/2 inches in height (including handle) and weighing 35 troy oz.
Beautiful Georgian Sterling Silver Pierced Oval Basket made in London, Circa 1796. Swing handle attached to an oval body with a beautifully pierced border around the perimeter sitting on a collet foot. It is fully hallmarked as shown, though the maker is hard to decipher, and is crested with an oval in the center. Measuring 13 & 3/4 in length x 9 & 1/2 inches width, and 10 inches in height up to the swing handle and weighs 20 Oz. 美丽的格鲁吉亚纯银穿孔椭圆形篮子在伦敦制造，大约1796年。摆动手柄附着在一个椭圆形的身体，周边的美丽刺穿的边框坐在一个夹头脚上。 尽管制造商很难破译，但它的完整标志已经显示出来了，而且在中心是椭圆形的。 测量13和3/4长度x 9和1/2英寸宽度，高10英寸高达摆动手柄，重20盎司。 Красивый грузинский стерлинговый серебристый пирсинг овальной корзины, сделанный в Лондоне, около 1796 года. Качающаяся рукоятка прикреплена к овальному телу с красиво проколотой рамкой по периметру, сидящей на ноге цанги. Он полностью промаркирован, как показано на рисунке, хотя создателю трудно расшифровать его, и он окутан овалом в центре. Измерение 13 и 3/4 длины х 9 и 1/2 дюйма в ширину и 10 дюймов в высоту до поворотной ручки и весит 20 унций.
French silver vegetable bowl and tray by distinguished silversmith Puiforcat. Marked with a diamond that has an “EP” which stands for Emile Puiforcat. Both the bowl and under tray are engraved with a 20th century art deco design and both pieces have gadroon rims. The bowl is 10 inches x 9 inches 2 inches in height. The under tray is 11 3/4 inches x 9 inches The bowl and tray together weigh 51 Oz.
The statue of the biblical figure, David, is considered to be one of Donatello’s landmark works. This statue depicts David at a moment of triumph in his battle with the Philistine, Goliath. Bears the marking of 800 silver. The base measures .75 in. in height and 3.5 in. in width. The figure is 9.75 in. in height. Weighs 43 Oz.