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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
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A Heavy Georgian Style English Hallmarked Sterling Tray, Dated 1921.
A delightful sterling composition in a Georgian style, has a stunning design and shape, it dates 1921, Edinburgh. The round tray features a gorgeous pattern upon the edges with accents of floral, ribbon and shell – typical Georgian style. It is scripted upon the rear,”J.D.J from L.S.G. In token of three years happy association, 1931-34. ” The script adds a poetic charm to the back story of piece, giving it a unique narrative and character.
This a splendid art object is perfect for special moments, or for those who adore the Georgian style .
Makers: Wilson & Sharp Ltd. – Edinburgh.
Scripted: J.D.J from L.S.G. In token of three years happy association, 1931-34.
Excellent Condition: No repairs.
A Pair of Sterling Silver 3 Arm Candelabras
A lovely pair of sterling candelabras,which has a bold, yet simple aesthetic. Animated with a fluid shape and body that mimics movements of dancers. The liveness creates a fantastical narrative of wonder and nostalgia.
This is a splendid pair perfect for candle light moments, or for those who absolutely adore objects with a hint of liveness.
Carl Poul Petersen – Canadian Sterling Serving Spoon – Montreal
A gorgeous piece with a delightful form, it was made by Carl Poul Petersen, from Montreal. It has a stunning, yet simple floral design upon the handle, giving the piece character and uniqueness.
This may be considered an Ice Cream Serving Spoon as the spoon has sharp “fork” like tines on one side.
Marked: Petersen. Hand Made. Sterling.
A beautiful quality two handled vase with a heavy etched crystal tapered body and Sterling silver mounts. The silver consist of a collar decorated rose rim with two handles in the shape of cat’s heads and decorative rose garlands swaying overtop the crystal body. The round base is also sterling with fern leaves running up the sides of the crystal.
Marked “Sterling” on bottom with maker’s hallmark.
Late 19th century.
A gorgeous silver piece, small in stature, yet sophisticated, simple and wise. The piece depicts a wise owl of a forest resting on a tree branch. The incredible attention to detail is quite fine and impressive with distinctive cuts and line work, it gives the owl it’s unique character and narrative.
Hallmarked: for Sheffield mid to late 20th Century.
This is an elegant boxed sterling silver condiment set by the makers Duncan & Scobbie, consisting of 1 open salt with a cobalt blue glass liner, 1 pepper shaker and 1 covered mustard pot with cobalt blue glass liner & original spoon spoon. The shape is the very beginning of art deco with a simple linear design. The set is fitted in a custom blue box that has and off white liner in lid and black velvet on the base, the clasp and hinges are all in great working order.
Box Measures: 8 3/16th inches wide x 4 1/2 inches deep x 2 1/2 inches high.
Salt Measures: 1 5/8 inches high x 2 inches deep x 2 inches wide.
Pepper Measures: 3 3/8 inches high x 1 3/8 inches wide.
Mustard Measures: 2 3/4 inches high x 2 7/8 inches wide (including handle).
Spoon Measures: 2 1/2 inches long.
Marked: D & S for the makers Duncan and Scobbe, Anchor for Birmingham, Left facing Lion passant for .925 Sterling and the date letter “W” for 1921.
Excellent Condition: No cracks or repairs, I do not think the original owners ever used this set. One minuscule ding to the lid of the mustard pot (pictured). The base of the box shows wear (pictured).
This is a very handsome sterling silver tankard/mug from the period of George III, Newcastle-0n-Tyne, England. It has a typical baluster shape with a swelling out of the body near the foot, the handle is hollow with a opening in the bottom to allow easy handling of both cold and hot drinks. It is unadorned except for the monogrammed letters W.M.C.
Measures: 5 1/4 inches high x 5 1/4 inches wide (includes handle).
Hallmarked: I & L for John Langlands II, Crowned Leopard Head, Assay mark Lion passant denoting .925 Sterling Silver, the duty mark of the Sovereign’s head of George III and the mark of three towers for Newcastle-on-Tyne. The combination of these marks date this piece circa 1796.
Excellent Condition: This tankard is over 200 years old and has a indent on the top of the handle where the drinker’s thumb would go as you lift your drink. It has a few tiny blemishes on the top rim and the body but nothing major of note, I have tried to photograph this piece well and encourage inquiries to answer any questions you may have.
Georgian Sterling Silver Basket – English Hallmarked London 1809
A spectacular Georgian style basket, with English Hallmarks, it dates London, 1809. The piece is lovely composition decorated with a delightful pattern featuring floral, shell and ribbon and sits upon a small pedestal base.
This is would serve as a delightful centre piece or fruit bowl.
Hallmarks for London, 1809 – maker:
Measures: 11 inches in diameter & 4 inches in height
Weights: 755 grams
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. Minimal scratches. Impressed on the interior from carried weight, back of pedestal shows water damage from drying upside down(Image included).
This handsome large Birks bowl would make a beautiful centerpiece or would be perfect as a fruit bowl .
The gorgeous petal-like shaped sides lift this bowl up making it large and deep.
Marked: On the bottom marked with the traditional Birks marks, which dates the piece for 1964.
Also marked with a Canadian Sterling mark.
Excellent Condition all around.
Pair of Austrian silver wine coasters with wood bottom.
The wine coasters bear Austrian hallmarks which date from the mid-19th century.
“Be our guest” as you pull up a chair, and dine by candle light with these two lovely silver Column shape candlesticks.
This pair is a perfect gift for those well-deserved moments with candle light.
Marked: Each candlestick bears Polish silver Hallmarks on the side near bottom.
Silver Plated French Tea Set With Matching Tray, c1860.
A stunning silver plated tea set with matching tray, it dates France, circa 1860. The teapot and coffee pot, are whimsical and curious with features of a swan peak on the spout. While the sugar and cream are a splendid addition to the pair and narrative of swans. The piece is simply unique and sublime with a lovely array of pattens featuring accents of ribbon, floral and beaded.
This is a timeless set from France, perfect for tea lovers, or those who adore fine objects.
Marked: Lutetia, France in shield with silver-plated quality marks in grams
Excellent Condition:No chips, repairs or cracks. Minimal scratches, and wear of water damage from objects being dried upside with some discolouration (Image included)
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.
Sterling Silver Sugar Castor – Hallmarked London – Dated 1901.
This stunning sugar shaker is crafted in sterling silver with repousse scrolls and flowers accented with engravings, all of the designs go around the body. The piece dates 1901, and was once used as a sugar castor to shake sugar onto desserts or fruit. You can use it today to do the same or add chocolate to top off your coffee. The bottom of the castor has a small mark in shape of a heart in addition to the standard English hallmarks.
This is a beautiful piece to enjoy your sweet-tooth moments.
Measures: 7 1/4 inches high including finial x 3 inches wide
Marked: English hallmarks – First two are rubbed but Left facing lion passant for .925 Sterling Silver and the letter ” f ” for the year 1901 are clear on the body and the lid/stopper.
Condition: This piece has a few minor body dents that are well camouflaged by the reposse and overall patterning. The lid/stopper has a a crack along the rim (that could easily be repaired)
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.
Set of 3 Sterling Silver French Fish Servers With Fitted Worn Leather- bounded box
This elegantly crafted french fish servers set includes a gently worn fitted leather-bounded box. The set contains one fork, one ladle and one knife. The piece holds an exquisite, yet simple floral design pattern upon the front and back, with each server handle sharing a gorgeous matching pattern.
Hallmarked: A H for Albert Hernu, Leopard Head for London, Assay Mark Lion passant denoting .925 Sterling Silver, the duty mark of the Queen’s head of Victoria and the date letters “u” for 1895.
Excellent Condition: The fish server set of 3 remains is excellent condition as a complete set containing: 1 fork, 1 ladle and 1 knife. The he fitted leather-box box is gently worn, with slight cracks of use upon the front and back.
This is an elegant sterling silver jewelry box by Birks. It has a hinged lid that has an engraved with a scrolls and a linear pattern around an oval medallion that is unadorned but could be engraved with an initial or a monogram to personalize it. The interior is a dark cobalt blue velvet that has slots to accommodate 4 rings and room for a few necklaces or earrings. Three claw feet raise the box and are decorated with a leaf pattern.
Dates circa 1910 up to 1921 as after 1921 Birks used their own hallmarking system to date their silver.
Box Measures: 3 3/4 inches in diameter x 2 1/8 inches high.
Marked: Birks, Sterling.
Excellent Condition: No dents cracks or repairs. The hinge works great and the lid closes tightly.
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.
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