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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 large silver plated two handled gallery tray with chasing. Nicely decorated gallery. The tray sits on 4 small bun feet.
Measures 23 inches long x 15 1/2 inches wide.
Marked: Legacy Plate, Silver on Copper, Made in England
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.
Measures: 2 measure 5 1/2 inches high – 1 measures 5 1/8 inches high.
A lovely serpentine shaped Silver-plated on copper gallery tray. Small in size, it is the perfect size for a dresser or the bathroom to place perfume bottles or crystal & silver jars. English made and silver plating on copper. A decorative pierced gallery surrounds the tray and the tray sits upon 4 small bun feet.
Marked: A.I.T.C.O. , made in England, EP on copper, Sheffield Reproduction.
Measures: 11 3/4 inches long x 7 3/4 wide.
Dates circa 1920-1940.
A lovely set of 6 open salts with gold wash interior (to protect from the corrosive salt) and matching salt spoons for each. American, circa 1900
An American sterling top inkwell sitting on a heavy crystal square base. The entire bottom of the crystal is wheel cut and an ink well blown into it’s centre. The inkwell sits upon a square engraved tray. Both marked Sterling – no makers mark present.
Marked. English Hallmarked. Silver-Plated. Dates circa 1890. Maker: MH & CO . Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield. (mark entered 1854.)
Measures: 7 1/2 inches tall (10 inches tall with handle extended ) x 7 inches in diameter.
A lovely set of fish servers – fish knife and fish fork – with pierced blades and ribbed handles. Comes with its original box – velvet & silk interior and leather bound exterior.
English circa 1880.
Fish Knife Measures: 12 1/2 inches long 2 1/2 inches wide.
Fish Fork Measures: 9 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Case Measures: 14 1/2 inches long x 5 inches wide.
A ‘American Silver Plated – Tipping Lemonade or Ice Tea Pitcher on Stand’ – dates circa, 1870. It features 1 stand, and 1 tipping kettle or ice tea pitcher, in a exquisite ‘Victorian’ design decorated with rich floral, scroll and leaf motifs. The pitcher sits on the stand held by 2 posts and is nicely balanced so that the pitcher tips easily and pours into a glass that you place on the front of the stand. Beautiful condition.
Measures: 14 inches wide x 22 inches tall (kettle on stand)
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 beautiful vintage compote with a pierced and chased decoration, created by Birks Sterling Company. It features a lovely chased and pierced flower and leaf pattern throughout the border of the bowl, and a ornate styled rim and footed pedestal. Hallmarks featured on the bottom, date it for 1948. Nice and heavy in weight.
Marked: Birks Sterling with Birks hallmarks. Dated for 1948.
Measures: 5 inches tall x 10 inches in diameter x 5 inches wide (from base pedestal). Weight: 854 grams.
A ‘Birks Sterling – Tall Trumpet-Shaped Vase ‘ – Canadian sterling, dates early 20th century, dated 1926 . It features an elegant flute-shaped vase design in sterling silver, decorated with a lovely engraved pattern containing floral and scroll motifs. Beautiful condition – perfect vase to accent cut flowers, and the table.
Marked. Birks Sterling & Hallmarked with Birks’ hallmarking system for 1926.
Measures: 10 1/2 inches tall.
An English hallmarked sterling Quaich (wine, scotch or brandy taster) with hand chased design throughout. Handles are quite decorative. The Quaich derived from Scotland has 2 handles which was a sign of friendship when drinking.
Marked. English Hallmarked London, – dates 1874.
Measures: 8 inches long x 2 1/2 inches high
weight: 148 grams
Excellent Condition – some old professional repairs at handles.
An unusual Sterling Silver mode of a race horse – sculpture by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co ltd of London, England. The race horse is may be a model of Blue Peter – a British Race Horse who had won four consecutive races in 1939 and who’s career was cut short due to the onset of WWII. The sculpture sits upon a beautiful vibrant green onyx base.
In 1939, three-year-old Blue Peter went undefeated in all four of his races. He captured the Blue Riband Trial Stakes, a prep race for the ensuing Triple Crown series. In May, the colt won the 2,000 Guineas and then June’s Epsom Derby, defeating Heliopolis by four lengths. While Blue Peter was clearly the best three-year-old in Britain in 1939. The onset of World War II ended his chance to win the Triple Crown as the St. Leger Stakes was cancelled. Cancelled as well, was a planned match race against the brilliant Frenchcolt Pharis who had won the Prix du Jockey Club and France’s most important race at the time, the Grand Prix de Paris.
Marks: English sterling hallmarks for 1939 London. Plus makers marks: G & SC Ltd.
Total Height: 12 inches
Onyx base measures : 10 5/8 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide 3/12 inches tall
Horse Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 3 3/8 inches deep x 8 1/2 tall
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.)
A ‘Large Tiffany & Co – Sterling Silver – Pierced Platter’ with Repoussé Chrysanthemum floral edge.
It features a large oval-shaped body with an unusual deep repousse and pierced design, decorated with chrysanthemum flowers and ferns, and embellished with acanthus leaves. In the centre, engraved script monograms, possibly the initials of the previous owner. Marked – ‘Tiffany &Co. Sterling Silver’ (featured on the back). Beautiful condition.
Marked. Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver. President letter “C” for Charles T. Cook dates it between 1902-1907
Measures: 14 1/2 inches in diameter
Excellent Condition. Minor wear. Monogramed in centre of platter.
English Hallmarked Sterling cup – London – William IV – made in England – dated 1883. Maker: Joseph Angell & John Angell.
Marked. English Hallmarked Sterling. Marker: Joseph Angell & John Angell
Measures: 3 1/4 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches wide.