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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
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A beautiful quality roll top server with 2 interior trays – 1 pierced and 1 solid. Repousse and embossed floral design on the exterior of the roll top which stands on reeded legs with ball and claw feet.
All pieces come apart when unscrewing two side screws – so each piece can be cleaned separately.
Front lid has small opening which allows a spoon or serving piece to rest inside.
Comes with serving spoon – which was added and is not by the same company.
Marked for WH & S , England. Dates circa 1900
Measures: 16 inches wide x 11 inches deep x 9.5 inches high
Excellent condition. No damage, dents or repairs.
This Art Nouveau silver plated decorative dish depicts a nude woman partially draped with a cloth while leaning over a vessel pouring water, in her hand she holds a bullrush. There are three children – one child is holding a net that is over the woman legs, another child sits upon a fish while holding a shell up, the third child points upward. The shell shape really is free form and flowing and reminds me of the rolling ocean surf. A star/sun burst and a porpoise/dolphin also adorn the shell.
This is truly a remarkable piece of art.
Signed: but signature is rubbed so I can’t make it out – possibly M. Eichardt
Measures: 14 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide x 2 inches high.
A beautiful Georgian period berry set – which has 4 berry spoons and a sugar dusting ladle – all with heavy repousse work in the bowls of the spoons which are also heavily gilded to protect from the acid of the berries. The set is boxed.
4 spoons are dated 1775 while the sugar ladle is dated 1808.
All the pieces are in the same pattern.
A European Sterling box with yellow guilloche enamel top.
Interior of box is gilt washed and the silver bears English Sterling import marks.
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 beautiful sterling silver table mirror by William Comryns – English silver maker – London, dated 1905. Thick bevelled mirror and wooden back with stand.
A nice little European silver marked .830 snuff box. The lid of the box has a carved scenic ivory panel of two people in a landscape inset into the top of the box.
The silver is hand chased.
Probably Dutch – Dates circa 1880-1900.
A beautiful quality Birks Tea Service consisting of Tea pot, Coffee Pot, Creamer, Covered Sugar, and Large two-handled Tray. All pieces hand hammered decoration. Dates circa 1960.
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.
Pair of Georgian period old Sheffield wine coolers with removable top and interior liner. England, circa 1820
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.