Hand beaten, Arts & Crafts sterling silver pitcher / ewer by American silversmith Lebolt. Pattern 471. Measuring 7 1/2” high and weighing 20.8 ozt. Bearing hallmarks, inscriptions, and monograms as shown. Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions, and please see our other listings.
A sterling silver water pitcher by the American maker Dominick and Haff. Round body standing on short base, gorgeous sheen. Engraved handles with a line criss-crossed pattern. Lines twirl underneath top of handle. Measuring approximately 7 5/6 inches tall and 8 inches wide. Weighing 29.8 troy ounces. Bearing hallmarks as shown. Feel free to email any inquiries and be sure to visit our other listings!
One of a kind and extraordinary sterling silver ewer, monumental in size by Galt Brothers, circa 1910. Body of the ewer designed in high shoulder baluster form, decorated with grape clusters , leaves, and vines. Handle designed in a grape-cordon form with clusters of grapes and twining shoots. Measuring approximately 17 inches tall and 10.2 inches from handle to spout. Weighing 58.5 troy ounces. Bearing hallmarks as shown in images. Feel free to email any inquiries and be sure to visit our other listings!
Beautiful Lebkuecher & Co retailed by Grogan, sterling silver, hand hammered ewer / pitcher in Arts & Crafts style. It’s finely chased and in good condition! Measurements: height 13 1/2 inches and weight: 45 ounces. Bearing hallmarks as shown in images. Feel free to email any inquiries and be sure to visit our other listings!
Cut glass and fine French silver plate mounted claret jug. This fine claret jug has a cast sterling silver leaf decorated spout. The lower bulbous portion of the glass body of this antique jug is ornate with small flowers style cut glass decoration. Sits on a circular footed base engrave with the same motif as the silver top. Measurement: 10 1/4 inches X 6 12 inches, maker mark is under the base
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. Feel free to email any inquiries and be sure to visit our other listings!