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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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  • Large Sterling two-handled Loving Cup with Boar Tusk Handles – Birmingham 1898

    Large Sterling two-handled Loving Cup with Boar Tusk Handles – Birmingham 1898

    A fabulous two handled sterling bodied and two tusk handled loving cup.

    The bulbous body and round pedestal foot are sterling with English hallmarks for Birmingham, 1898.  Makers mark:  John Thomas Heath & John Hartsome Middleton – silver makers from the firm Huskin & Heath.

    Perfect item for a trophy or as a present for a gentleman.

    Measures:  12 inches wide (handle to handle) x 8 1/2 inches high
    Weight (including tusks):   1300 grams

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  • Pair of Georgian Old Sheffield Plated Wine Coolers with Removable Liners – circa 1800

    Pair of Georgian Old Sheffield Plated Wine Coolers with Removable Liners – circa 1800

    A rare pair of Old Sheffield English plated wine coolers with removable tops and liners.

    Each has 2 decorative very detailed Lion face masks with hoop handles that are hinged, and decorative Queen Anne decoration on the lower half of the body.  The liners are removable to be able to add ice to the interiors and keep the wine or champagne cool.  There is shield with an early crest on the front of each.  The crest is of a fist & forearm rising from the ground holding a sword in it’s hand.

    Each cooler measures  9 inches high x 9 inches wide.

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  • Large Elaborately Decorated European .800 Silver and Cut Crystal Centrepiece – German, circa 1900

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    Large Elaborately Decorated European .800 Silver and Cut Crystal Centrepiece – German, circa 1900

    A beautiful centrepiece consisting of a European .800 silver base with a removable cut crystal liner.

    The base is wonderfully decorated with swirls and other designs and sits on 4 feet. The cut crystal liner has a pointed rim and is beautifully cut.

    On one side of the base is stamped with a Crescent Moon & Crown mark +”.800″ – Indicating Germany and stamped “#9948”.

    The centrepiece is 17 inches long x 8 1/2 inches wide x 5 inches tall and is in very good condition.

    It would be an elegant addition to any home.

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  • 18th Century Geo. III English Hallmarked Sterling Coffee Pot by Thomas Whipman & Charles Wright, London 1760.

    18th Century Geo. III English Hallmarked Sterling Coffee Pot by Thomas Whipman & Charles Wright, London 1760.

    An early English hallmarked Sterling Silver – Geo. III period coffee pot – Baluster form with a twist finial and wood scroll handle.

    Engraved with a coat of arms on front.

    English hallmarks for London 1760 (on the cusp of Geo. II & Geo. III – makers Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright.

    Measures:  10 1/2 inches high x 8 1/2 inches deep
    Weight:  878 grams

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  • Silversmith: Henry Matthews – Birmingham Hallmarked 1897 Repoussé Sterling Silver Overlay and Hand-Blown Crystal Decanter with Stopper.

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    Silversmith: Henry Matthews – Birmingham Hallmarked 1897 Repoussé Sterling Silver Overlay and Hand-Blown Crystal Decanter with Stopper.

    Here is a gorgeous hand-blown crystal decanter with hallmarked repoussé sterling silver overlaid with a scroll and swirl pattern on the bottle and on the lid. The hallmarks show that the piece was made in Birmingham in 1897 by Henry Matthews, silversmith. The decanter has a square base with a polished pontil mark on the underside.

    Above the overlay on the body of the bottle is a solid lip. That is where the hallmarks are and also where the stopper fits into the bottle.

    The bottle and stopper are 9 inches tall and 3 1/2 inches wide at the base.

    Both the bottle and stopper are in excellent condition.

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  • Sterling Silver Sugar Shaker Made by E.W. Haywood, English Hallmarked Birmingham 1921

    Sterling Silver Sugar Shaker Made by E.W. Haywood, English Hallmarked Birmingham 1921

    A beautiful English hallmarked sterling silver sugar shaker, made by E. W. Haywood and marked for Birmingham, 1921. The hallmarks are on one side (please see the photo for details).

    The shaker stands 7 1/2 inches tall from the finial to the base and is 2 3/8 inches across the base.

    There are a few dings in the silver near the lower part of the shaker’s body but, overall, it is in very good condition.

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  • W.H. Saart & Co. USA Sterling Silver Demi-Tasse Cup and Saucer, c. 1906-1917

    W.H. Saart & Co. USA Sterling Silver Demi-Tasse Cup and Saucer, c. 1906-1917

    A sweet American sterling silver demi-tasse cup and saucer, made by W.H. Saart & Co. of Attleboro, Massachusetts, circa 1906-1917.

    The pieces are marked on the underside “Sterling” and “WHSCo.”

    The cup is 3 1/4 inches wide from the tip of the rim to the handle and is 2 inches tall. The saucer is 3 5/8 inches in diameter.

    Both pieces are in very good condition although there is a small ding on the end of the handle.

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  • Austro-Hungarian .800 Silver Basket with Glass Liner

    Austro-Hungarian .800 Silver Basket with Glass Liner

    Here is a very pretty Austro-Hungarian .800 silver basket with a removable clear glass liner. The liner has a scalloped rim.

    The basket is wonderfully decorated including garlands on each side of the handle.

    The basket with insert is 9 inches tall x 7 inches wide.

    Note: there is a slight chip on the inside rim of the glass liner but, overall, the basket is in excellent condition.

     

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  • Barbour S.P. Co. Silver-Plate Tea Caddy with Removable Lid, Circa 1880

    Barbour S.P. Co. Silver-Plate Tea Caddy with Removable Lid, Circa 1880

    Lovely small, square, engraved silverplated tea caddy with detachable lid.

    On two sides of the caddy is an engraved scene of a house and the alternate two sides show three figures with buildings in the background.

    The tea caddy is dated circa 1880 and is signed on the base “Barbour S.P. Co. International S. Co.”. It is numbered 3226.

    The tea caddy measures 2  3/8 inches square and is in great condition.

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  • H. Werner German Silver (.800) and Crystal Claret Jug, circa 1910, Hinged Lid

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    H. Werner German Silver (.800) and Crystal Claret Jug, circa 1910, Hinged Lid

    A very pretty German silver (.800) and etched crystal claret jug, circa 1910. Wonderful, clean lines with etched designs in the crystal running vertically down the body of the jug.  It has a silver spout, hinged lid and embossed handle and matching finial.

    The German hallmarks are shown on one side of the spout, near the handle.

    Measures 12 1/2 inches tall and is 4 1/2 inches wide from the tip of the spout to the edge of the handle.

    It is in excellent condition.

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  • Hand-Hammered Carl Poul Petersen (Canadian Silversmith) Small Pedestal Comport, Pea Pod Decoration

    Hand-Hammered Carl Poul Petersen (Canadian Silversmith) Small Pedestal Comport, Pea Pod Decoration

    A small hand-hammered sterling silver pedestal comport, made by Carl Poul Petersen, a Canadian silversmith.

    The comport has a pea pod decoration on each side of the top.

    On the underside, it shows Petersen’s maker’s mark and reads “Hand Made Sterling” and double “P” mark.

    The comport stands 2 3/4 inches tall and is 4 3/4 inches wide on the top.

    There are some slight surface scratches but, overall, it is in very good condition.

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  • Birks Sterling Silver 7 Piece Tea Service with Sterling Tray – Dated 1928

    Birks Sterling Silver 7 Piece Tea Service with Sterling Tray – Dated 1928

    A magnificent quality sterling tea service by Birks.

    The set consists of:

    Teapot,
    Coffee Pot
    Tipping Hot Water on Stand (with heater)
    Creamer
    Sugar bowl
    Slop Bowl
    Large 2 handled Tray

    Sterling Birks marks date the set for 1928.  The set has sterling handles and ivory separators.

    Total weight of set:  6482 grams.

    The set is in excellent condition.

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  • A Pair of Italian Silver-Plated and Stainless Grape Scissors, Grapes and Leaves Decoration

    A Pair of Italian Silver-Plated and Stainless Grape Scissors, Grapes and Leaves Decoration

    Here is a lovely pair of grape scissors with stainless blades and silver-plated handles, made in Italy. The handles are decorated with grapes and leaves.

    The scissors measure 6 3/8 inches long and are in very good condition with some minor surface scratching.

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  • Birmingham English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Teapot, 1898 with Removable Interior Strainer

    Birmingham English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Embossed Teapot, 1898 with Removable Interior Strainer

    Here is a gorgeous sterling silver teapot with detachable strainer built into the pot that is also removable for cleaning (please see photos). The pot has an ebony handle and finial on the lid.

    The teapot is English hallmarked for Birmingham, 1898. It is wonderfully embossed with scrolls and swirls and floral designs all over the body and lid.  On one side, it is monogrammed “CJ & JGG from G.C.G. 1898”.

    The teapot is 11 inches from the spout to the back of the handle and is approximately 7 inches tall from the finial to the base.

    There is one small dent at the tip of the spout but, overall, it is in very good to excellent condition.

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  • Large 22 inch English Silver-Plated Gallery Tray with Handles, Scalloped Rim – Late 19th Century

    Large 22 inch English Silver-Plated Gallery Tray with Handles, Scalloped Rim – Late 19th Century

    A lovely large, long English late 19th century silver-plated tray with tall gallery sides and a scalloped rim. The tray has cut-outs for handles on the ends and sits on 4 feet.

    The tray has a stamped English maker’s mark on the underside but it is largely indecipherable.

    It measures 22 inches long from end to end x 15 1/4 inches wide and is 3 inches tall from the top of the scalloped rim to the bottom of the footed base.

    There is some minor surface scratching on the top.

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  • Pair of Georgian English Silver-Plated Telescopic Candle Holders, c. 1820 with Removable Bobeche

    Pair of Georgian English Silver-Plated Telescopic Candle Holders, c. 1820 with Removable Bobeche

    A lovely pair of English Georgian period (circa 1820) silver-plated telescopic candle-holders with detachable tops.

    The candle holders have scroll work at the top, in the centre, and on the bases.

    When fully extended, the candle holders are 10 1/2 inches tall and are 4 1/2 inches wide at the base.

    Note there is some copper bleed and a couple of small dents but, overall, the set is in good condition for its age.

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