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Bernardi’s Antiques sells 18th, 19th and 20th Century sterling silver from England, the United States and Canada and European silver from
Germany, Italy, Hungary, Denmark etc…. by many makers and designers
Many more items are available that are not listed here.
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A lovely set of 4 matching candlesticks in a Roman Column design. Marked with English Old Sheffield plate marks with the ‘Cross Keys’ – dates circa 1880.
Measures: 12 inches high each.
A lovely sterling silver epergne having a single centre flute and 3 additional hanging baskets. English hallmarked Sterling for London, dated 1906.
Measures: 12 inches tall.
A roll top breakfast server with repousse decoration. The top rolls open to reveal 2 removable trays and room to add hot water in order to keep the food warm.
Made in Dublin, Ireland. Maker: West & Son – Dublin. Circa 1900.
A fabulous pair of English compotes / tazzas with silver plated triangular bases and etched crystal bowls that sit up them. The bases are decorated with bird shapes which are attached by chains upwards towards the centre of the tazzas. The crystal dishes are deep for holding fruit or desserts and they bowls all hand etched.
English, circa 1880.
Each measures: 8.5 inches tall x 9 inches diameter.
We have several Sterling Silver long stuffing spoons in stock – Georgian period, Wm IV period and Victorian.
Call or email for more information on any of the spoons pictured.
A late 19th century wine claret jug with silver-plated handle, collar and base. The lid has a lion raised over a shield. The collar has masked faces decoration. The body is beautifully etched.
A four piece William IV period sterling Irish tea service with heavily embossed floral design. Set consists of coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and large sugar. Dated 1834 – maker Charles Marsh – Dublin
A fantastic large Swan centrepiece with original Bohemian cut two layer crystal bowl. Swans decorate either side of this beautiful centrepiece. Marked Elkington & Co. – England circa 1880.
A sterling silver, round Queen Anne-style teapot, with the typical raised and chased linear decoration, and a hardwood handle and finial.The lid is fixed, with a flat hinge. It raises and lowers perfectly. The interior indicates the pot has been used.The body is crested on both sides on the upper high-polish surface, with a rampant lion (demi) upholding a crosslet fiche. The pot rests on a round, inset, banded foot.
Weight: 556 grams including the handle and finial. Dimensions: 5 1/2″ H x10 1/2″ L (handle to spout) x 5″ W.
An American Tiffany & Co. three handled loving cup Dog trophy for Chow-Chow competition. Marked Tiffany & co. Makers on bottom. Mark dates trophy for 1925.
A georgian style American sterling silver “Wax Jack” – with extra wax jack candles. Top pinches to open holder for long candle. Including original snuffer. Made by:
A Birks sterling Georgian style coffee pot – dated 1965.
Wooden handle to conduct heat from the hot coffee.
An arts and crafts mixed sterling with overlaid copper large two handled pedestal bowl. The copper in the shape of landscape mountains and stars impressed into the silver. Hallmarked sterling for 1915 – and silver maker – William Hutton & Sons.
A handsome heavy snuff box by maker Francis Clark – Birmingham – dated 1846. Gilt interior and very well crafted.
measures 3 1/8 inches long x 2 7/8 inches wide. weight: 118 grams.
A very tall American Victorian silver-plated centerpiece / epergne with 2 hanging baskets plus original crystal bowl. Perfect for the centre of a buffet or table. Maker: Forbes Silver Co.
American, circa 1880
This beautiful early Georgian condiment set consisting of a sterling silver rectangular, claw footed base with a gadroon edge that holds 8 crystal pieces. Five of the bottles have spouts and stoppers, two have sterling collars with sterling lids and sterling spoons (one regular spoon and one pierced spoon both spoons date 1829 and are crested), one is a replacement bottle with stopper. Two of the stoppers have long thin spoons attached.
Measure: 8 1/4 inches wide x 7 1/4 inches deep x 9 inches high.
A tall pair of large silver plate and crystal four-armed candelabras, with an elevated center candle. The candelabras are decorated in the neoclassical manner, with chased linear and bead decoration, complemented by foliate ornament of acanthus on the cups, arms, columns and bases. Tapered columnar posts, topped with ribbon and laurel swags, support four winding, upturned and crossed arms, topped by cup-shaped foliate candleholders around a matching, elevated, columnar center. Each candleholder has a round bobeche beneath, surrounded by a dozen suspended rondelle and teardrop pendant, faceted crystals.