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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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An American sterling two handled tray in the Jensen style. The tray is by Woodside Sterling Co, out of New York, New York started in 1896 and succeeded by Richard M Woods in 1925.
A handsome pair of 19th century Old Sheffield plated wine coolers. Each has 2 decorative handles, and decorative gadroon edge and shell rims. The liners are removable to be able to add ice to the interiors and keep the wine or champagne cool.
Measures: 9 inches high x 9 1/2 inches wide.
An absolute beautiful quality biscuit box in an usual shape. The box is triangular shaped with rounded corners and conceived sides. It sits on 3 paw & wings footed stand and the stand is decorated with Shells & flowers with a gadroon edge. The sides and top are hand chased with florals and the lid bears an family crest of a horse’s head.
The box bears the early mark of T&J Creswick of Sheffield (crossed arrows mark in triangle), but also “Made in England” putting it just around the 1910 -1915 mark before the company was bought out by William Hutton & Sons. Although there is the possibility that the box is much earlier into the 19th century as the “Made in England” may have be placed later as it crosses over the “crossed arrows” mark.
Box measures: 11 inches long on each of the 3 sides x 6 inches high.
A beautiful quality silver-plated roll top server with ribbed and chased decoration on dome top, face mask legs and claw feet. Interior 2 small trays, 1 pierced and 1 solid.
English marks on the bottom date this circa 1900.
A sterling top and handled Victorian period claret jug dated 1888. The bottom cross pattern crystal is cut fine and sharp with a fern cut twist pattern on the bottom. The top is English hallmarked Sterling for Birmingham, 1888 by Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler).
Measures: 8 1/2 inches high x 5 inches side (including handle).
A selection of 19th Century pre-Revolution silver cups – from the 1880’s. Each hand etched and decorated.
4 cups priced at 150.00 each
1 cup (Niello with black and silver) priced at 250.00
A handsome cut crystal Whisky jug with a sterling silver repoussé top and collar. The cap twists a half turn and locks into place. The crystal is deeply cut and the silver top is decorated with florals.
Measures: 8 1/4 inches high x 5 1/2 inches wide
Marked with Gorham silver marks – Lion, Anchor and ‘G’ mark. Sterling & S830.
dates circa 1890.
Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs
A fabulous decorated sterling tea service by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I and dated for London, 1828. Beautiful repoussé flowers and Oak leaves around the body of each piece, with heavily decorated handles, sprouts , rims and bases. Finials are flower forms. Original gold wash still on the interiors of the creamer and sugar. The set is quite heavy weighing just under 2.6 kilos of sterling .925 silver.
Exquisite quality .
English hallmarks on each piece: for London, 1824 and maker “RE” over “EB” for Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard. Family coat of arms on each piece.
Teapot measures: 6 1/4 inches high x 11.5 inches wide
Coffee Pot measures: 10 inches high x 8.5 inches wide
Sugar Bowl measures: 4.5 inches high x 9.25 inches wide
Creamer Measures: 4.5 inches high x 7 inches wide
Total Weight: 2578 grams
A handsome pair of silver table pheasants – measuring 12 inches long. The pair consists of a male and female each hand chased and long tails. The pheasants sit upon 2 feet and are further balance on the table by their tail feathers.
Hallmarks: for Egypt – dating between 1906-1916.
Measures: 12 inches long x 5 inches high
Weight: just over 1 kg total.
An early silver plated wine coaster by Mappin & Webb in their “Prince’s Plate” line. The tall coaster fits a regular size wine bottle. Their line of Prince’s Plate silverplating was always top quality as they triple plated their wares.
Marked: Mappin & Webb’s Prince’s Plate – London & Sheffield
Measures: 7 1/4 inches high x 6 1/2 inches wide (handle to handle) – bottle opening 4 inches diameter.
A large Sheffield silver plated coaster large enough for a magnum bottle of wine. Wood bottom and silver plated on copper body with decorative border rim.
Dates England, circa 1870.
Marked with a Sheffield mark on side.
A small sterling tea ball in the shape of a tea pot. The little tea ball is perfect for making a good cup of tea. The lid opens, you add the tea leaves, close it and steep your tea. The ball is attached to a long chain so it makes it easy to pull it out when your tea is done.
Marked ‘Sterling’ on inner rim of the lid. American circa 1900.
This would make a great gift!
Silver-plated Champagne Bucket/Wine Cooler
This is an elegant champagne bucket with a simple gadroon edge accented with a shell motif.
What a stunning way to serve champagne at home to mark a special occasion.
Measures: 10 inches high x 10 inches wide (handle to handle).
Marked: Shield cartouche, Made in Canada,, s.p. Brass, LRA, 9939.
English Silver-plated Brides Basket by the Fenton Brothers circa 1900
This is a beautiful silver plated Brides basket that will enhance any table with its timeless swirl design from the esteemed makers John Fredrick Fenton and Frank Fenton AKA the Fenton Brothers from Sheffield England, U.K.
Marked: F Brs Ltd for Fenton Brothers, S EP, 469.
Measures: 11 1/4 inches across x 3 3/4 inch bowl height with a total height of 9 inches that includes the handle.
German Silver & Etched Crystal Decanter
This crystal decanter is hand etched and features outstanding .800 silver mounting enhancing the base, collar and finial. The body of the decanter is a slender rectangle with a narrow neck delicately etched with scrolls and foliage. The silver work on the base depicts a figural scene with a Man extending a bouquet to a Lady as they stand beside a garden fence. The silver collar has a scene depicting 3 cupids – one with a bow, one with the arrows, and one looking on. The decorative finial has a crystal stopper topped with silver in a traditional design that fits well.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
Marked: .800 with German Late 19th century Hallmarks.
Measures: 11 3/4 inches high x 3 5/8 inches wide x 2 1/4 inches deep
3 beautiful quality silver overlay hip flasks – 1 by Alvin Mfg Co of New York and 2 by J.E. Caldwell of Philadelphia. Each flask has a half twist off top which is hinged and each has a removable cup from the bottom in order to pour a drink and drink from. Each marked sterling on the bottom cup and marked on each neck.
Each flask sold Separately.
** NOTE: 2 AVAILABLE NOW. THE FIRST TWO FROM LEFT IN PHOTOGRAPH.
Measures: 2 measure 5 1/2 inches high – 1 measures 5 1/8 inches high.