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Sterling Silver Fruit Set for 6 from England
This is a unique fruit set from England consisting of 6 forks and 6 knives.
The decorative handles are sterling silver, the fork tines and the knife blades are stainless steel.
Forks Measure: 6 1/2 inches long.
Knives Measure: 6 7/8 inches long.
Marked: Handle marked sterling, knife blades marked stainless made in Sheffield England, forks marked England.
A beautifully enamelled dresser mirror with birds on branches over a white enamel background. Surrounded in sterling silver – English, London, dated 1947.
Marked. English Sterling Hallmarked. Maker: Unknown
Measures: 11 1/4 inches long x 4 inches wide
Mirror backing slightly worn in areas. Enamel in excellent condition.
A ‘Crystal Ice Bucket – American Brilliant Period Cut Glass’ – made in America, dates circa 1920. It features a nice medium sized body and design, decorated with a deep cut chain of hobstar motifs with alternating stacks of little stars throughout the exterior, with a scalloped- cut rim and two rounded handles. Beautiful condition.
No mark. American Brilliant Period Cut Glass.
Measures: 7 1/4 inches wide x 5 3/4 inches tall.
A fine vintage ‘Dinner Plate Set for 6 in the ‘Lady Patricia’ pattern -Hammersley, England – Signed ‘ F. Howard’.
Each plate consists of a unique scalloped and embossed design, decorated with a British summer floral bouquet in the centre, and a heavily gilded gold rim with floral motifs.
Set Consist of:
6 Dinner Plates
Marked: Hammersley. Spode, Staffordshire, England Pattern: Lady Patricia ( 1970’s discontinued pattern)
Signed: F. Howard
Measures: 10 5/8 inches in diameter.
A ’19th Century – English Burled Walnut Glove Box ‘ – made in England, Victorian Period. It features a unique walnut glove box design, lined with a red padded silk velvet interior, with a burled textured exterior in a nice colour and aged patina throughout, with a fully working lock and key included. Beautiful condition.
Measures: 13 3/4 inches long x 3 inches tall x 4 1/2 inches deep.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
A ‘Sorrento Italian Inlaid Box – C.1880’ – made in Italy. It features an exquisite inlaid design, decorated with two charming scenes, ‘Three Dancers’ scene in the exterior top centre, and a ‘Lady and Child’ scene in the interior top centre, lined with a red velvet interior, with a fully working lock and key included. Beautiful condition.
Marker: Unknown Maker. Made in Italy.
Measures: 9 1/2 inches long x 6 5/8 inches deep x 3 inches tall.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
An open salt cellar and matching spoon in pattern #110 (unknown name). Having the early Georg Jensen pre-war mark.
Marked. GJ 925 S (used between 1915-1930)
plus English sterling Import Marks.
Spoon :2 inches long x 2 1/4 inches wide.
Small spoon: 2 1/2 inches long x 1/4 inches wide.
An ‘American Sterling – Nursery Rhyme Baby Bowl- Maker: William B. Kerr – American, circa 1910.
It features an unusual nursery rhyme design, decorated with acid etched depictions,monogramed with the initials ‘S.S.’ in the centre, and inscribed: “Every night my prayers I say, And get my dinner every day, And every day that I’ve been good, I get an orange after food”.
Additional Regal Silver – Silver Plate ‘Peter Rabbit’ Curved Handle Baby Spoon.
Bowl Marked. Sterling. 1484. Maker: William B.Kerr
Spoon Marked. Regal Silver – Silver Plate.
Bowl Measures: 4 3/8 inches in diameter x 1 7/8 inches tall.
Spoon Measures: 3 1/2 inches long.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
A beautiful shade of deep cranberry transitioning to clear perfume bottle with sterling collar and top. Taking off the top reveals a crystal stopper.
Measures:3 1/4 inches x 2 1/4 inches wide.
A beautifully painted Limoges 2-handled cake plate that dates circa 1910 France. Fruits and foliage – In beautiful condition.
Marked. T & V. Limoges. France
Measures: 9 1/2 inches diameter – 10 3/4 inches wide (handle to handle)
A ‘French Limoges – Hand Painted Pedestal Cake Server – Signed -Edith Wiggins, dated 1912’ – made in France. It features a large round shape server with pedestal, decorated with a hand painted watercolour design containing leafy branches and fruit, embellished with gold trim. Beautiful condition, perfect for serving desserts at the home.
Marked. T & V. Limoges. France. Signed. Edith Wiggins. 1912.
Measures: 9 3/8 inches in diameter x 2 1/2 inches tall.
Excellent condition. Minor wear.
A ‘Sterling English Hallmarked Photo Frame’ with beveled glass cover, and a deep cobalt fabric back liner – dated 1903, Birmingham. It features an exquisite bead, scroll, floral and shell design on a rectangle-shaped frame for keeping a portrait, or photograph.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Birmingham. Dated 1903.
Marker: ‘H.M’ for H.Mathews (Marker’s mark registered in Birmingham, 1893.)
Measures: 12 inches long x 8 inches wide. Photo size display measures 8 1/4 inches tall x 6 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No dents, or monograms. (Gentle wear from age and use.)
Pair of Prints – House of Commons, Royal Exchange. Published 1804.
A pair of hand coloured prints with titles, ‘House of Commons’ and ‘Royal Exchange’, published in August 1804 by Richard Phillips, 71 Saint Pauls Church Yard. Each print is beautifully printed from the press, and contains a descriptive illustration depicting a narrative of everyday people in from the ‘House of Commons’ to the ‘Royal Exchange in England’. It features colour and black ink washes of : red, green, brown and blue. The line work is quite impressive and detailed, with a great direction of space and light to captures an experience. Each print had a mat border and lies under a sheet of glass with a dark wooden frame.
A spectacular pair of prints before the age of photography, it would make a timeless object to those who adore prints, or collect fine objects of sorts for the home.
Published: Richard Phillips. 71 St Pauls Church Yard. Collaborators :F. Pugh Del, J. Fittler, Sc:
Measures: Print : 8 inches x 6 inches Frame: 10 1/4 inches x 11 1/2 inches
A late 19th century 11kt yellow gold “pomander” hinged box, handcrafted and assembled in the “Flower & Leaf” fashion with layered filigree craft wound & fused in an intricate pattern.
The box has been acid bathed and hand finished to a bright polish, and is complete with a hinge assembly and snap clip closure,and is set with eleven “natural pearls, and five oval purple and four smaller round green faceted “paste” glass stimulated gemstones in the “Bezel” fashion.
Marked: Unknown Marker. (Dates circa: late 19th — early 20th century.)
Weight: 29.20 grams.
Measures: 1 1/2 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide (5/8 inch thick).
Appraisal Value: $3,650.00 CAD
An extravagant bronze repousse hinged box with ornate rural scenes of folklore and villagers, it dates circa 1880 France, during the early days of the ‘French Third Republic’.
It features a unique circular-bodied design with ornate feet, a deep cobalt velvet interior, and a delightful decorative and scenic composition, consisting of a variety of tales surrounding everyday folklore and people at the time, with a charming forest landscape background.
Marked: On the bottom, T & F. Paris.
Measures: 4 1/2 inches tall x 5 1/2 inches wide.