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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 cut glass and silver claret decanter, it dates late 19th century (possibly ‘Art Deco’ or early ‘Art Nouveau’ influence). It features a unique hand crafted and hand polished hexagonal cut glass body with narrow neck, and a charming silver piece with an intricate scroll handle design for decanting wine.
Measures: 8 inches tall x 6 inches wide ( 2 inches by handle).
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal surface marks from gentle use and age.)
A handsome sterling silver tankard with hinged lid and straight sided design, by William Darker, it dates early 18th century during the reign of George II, England. It features a large engraved cartouche containing a decorative monogram in the front centre, a handle with an intricate scroll and ornate thumb design,with hand engraved initials ( possibly belonging to the original owner of the tankard ), and fully marked inside the lid, and the bottom.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. London. Dated, 1733.
Maker: William Darker
Measures: 7 inches tall x 4 1/2 inches wide ( 2 7/8 inches from the handle.)
Excellent condition. No dents, or repairs. (Minimal wear from gentle use and age.)
A great large size silver plated centerpiece bowl. Perfect for the centre of a table or filled with fruit. The bowl sits upon a pedestal and has lion face handles. Nice quality.
Marked: Silver on Copper (on bottom)
Measures: 12 inches in diameter. 7 1/2 inches tall
Excellent condition. No dents or repairs. (Minimal surface marks from gentle use and age.)
A beautifully hand chased oval sterling silver frame that dates circa 1910 – by I.N Dietsch, New York (active 1904-1920).
Frame Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide ( Inside Border: 5 1/2 inches long x 4 1/2 inches wide.)
A fine sterling silver wine funnel, it dates London, 1820, Georgian Period. It features a lovely plain form and a embellished rim with applied shell thumb piece, and a detachable inner bowl mounted with thread border. The tall stem with ribs is used to enable air to escape the decanter and wine decanter.
Perfect for wine enthusiasts, gift ideas and collectors.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Dated: London 1820.
Measures: 5 1/2 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No dents and monograms.
An unusual Masonic “Trowel” shaped presentation piece with an inscription for Col Mercer Wilson MW. P.G.M. from the Grand Lodge of Canada. Made of US Coin Silver.
The trowel is of Canadian Historic significance as Col. Mercer Wilson was a Freemason who was instrumental in forming the Grand Lodge of Canada as well as it’s first Grand Master in Canada.
the presentation reads:
Col. Mercer Wilson MW. P. G.M.
Grand Lodge of Canada
upon the occasion of laying
Corner Stone of
New St, Johns Church
June 24th 1872
The trowel is small in size with the Masonic logo on front and presentation on back with handle (handle has a couple of splits)
William Mercer Wilson, 1813-1875
Marked: US Coin on back
Measures: 6 inches long x 1 3/4 inches wide
Excellent condition with 2 splits on white handle.
A fine Old Sheffield silver-plated wine funnel, it dates early 19th century. It features a lovely plain form , a detachable inner bowl mounted with a gadroon border. The tall stem with ribs is used to enable air to escape the decanter and wine.
Marked: No Mark.
Measures: 5 1/2 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches in diameter.
An English hallmarked sterling silver sugar castor by James Dixon & Sons dating 1930 – Birmingham. The castor is larger than most and has a nice weighty and solid feel in your hands. Great for other uses – spices or grated parmesan cheese.
Marked: English Hallmarked for Birminham, 1930.
Maker: James Dixon & Sons
Measures: 8 inches tall x 2 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No dents.
A stunning swiss guilloché enamel and sterling card case, dates early 20th century. It consists a rectangular-bodied shape, a rare guilloché engraving and enamel in a gorgeous burgundy colour, in a heavy sterling silver body with ornate border design, and yellow gold washed interior. The case opens by moving the lid with your thumb forwards which releases the hinged lid to open fully. Great for making sure the lid does not open by mistake.
British Import marks.
Marked: ‘.925′ Sterling Silver. Importer: ‘PHV’ Date Letter: ‘M’ for 1907
Measures: 3 1/8 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide (1/4 inch thick).
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal surface marks from gentle use and age.)
A beautifully coloured Austrian guilloché enamel and silver card case, dating early 20th century. The rectangular-body shape, with an electric blue colour guilloché engraving and enamel with a gilt silver interior. The case lid opens from one end of the box and snaps shut tightly. Beautiful quality.
Austrian Silver marks. .900 grade silver
Measures: 3 1/4 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide.
A lovely 2 handled sauce tureen by Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilburt. The heavy silver boat shaped tureen is very plain with slight beaded decoration along the top and bottom rims. English Hallmarks date this sauce tureen for 1785, London
Marked: AF over SG under a crown. Hall marks for London, 1785.
Size: 9 1/2 inches long (handle to handle) x 5 1/2 inches high
weight: 470 grams
A delightful ‘Pair of Peadpod Salt Cellars’ by Montreal Canadian Silversmith, Carl Paul Peterson from the 1940’s. It features a small round-bodied composition, and the classic ‘peadpod’ handle design. Each coaster is beautifully crafted and designed, perfect for little trinkets, or gift ideas.
Marked: Petersen. Sterling.
Maker: Carl Paul Peterson (Montreal Canadian.)
Measures: 1 1/8 inches in length x 1 3/4 inches wide. (1 inch by handle, and 1/2 inch thick.)
Excellent condition. No monograms. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)
A superb table snuff box by renowned silversmith Nathaniel Mills. Mills was known for his beautiful quality boxes and card cases. The firm worked out of Birmingham, England in the mid-19th century. This hinged box is exquisitely made with beautiful details that include hand engraved scroll work on the sides and bottom of the box and a raised applied embellishments on the lid top and front for ease in opening. An inscription on the top reads: Presented to Mr. Jas Boyd by a few members in connection with the cathedral St. U.P. Church – Glasgow, 29th April, 1850.
This larger size of snuff box is considered a ‘Table Snuff Box’
Measures: 3 1/2 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide x 3/4 inch high.
Marked: Birmingham Silver Hallmarked. Maker: Nathaniel Mills . Date letter mark for 1846.
Excellent condition. No dents or repairs.
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.
A beautiful Art Deco coffee set consisting of a small coffee pot, creamer, sugar and two handled tray. The size is perfect for 2 cups of coffee to share with a spouse or friend. Very Art Deco in style – straight lines. Dates 1927.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Sheffield. Dated.1927
Maker: Robert Mosley
Tray Measures: 13 1/2 inches long x 8 5/8 inches wide ( 3/4 inches handle )
Coffee Pot Measures: 6 1/8 inches tall x 2 7/8 inches wide (1/2 inches from handle)
Sugar Bowl Measures: 2 1/8 inches tall x 2 3/4 inches wide ( 3/4 inches from handle)
Cream Measures: 2 7/8 inches tall x 2 1/4 inches wide ( 3/4 inches from handle)
Weight: 1105 grams
A miniature Russian Silver Icon – marked 84 (.875 silver content) hand painted saint over wood covered in decorative repoussé silver (Riza Oklad – meaning robe covered over the icon in decorative metal/silver/gold). The icon is miniature – measuring just 2 inches high x 1 1/2 inches wide placed over a velvet lined and oval wood frame. The icon is pre Russian revolution dating sometime between 1895-1917.
Marked: : .84 silver mark & makers mark CKE (cyrillic)
Measures: 5 1/8 inches long x 4 1/8 inches wide (frame).
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.