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Bernardi’s Antiques, Toronto sells sterling silver, european silver and silver-plated serving pieces for that special occasion or everyday use. Sterling silver flatware is very good to use or eat with as it is anti-microbial.
We have patterns by Birks, International Silver, Wallace, Gorham, Tiffany plus many English sterling and European silver serving pieces of all ages 18th to 20th century.
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A rare and unusual shaped Asparagus server in the Louis XV pattern by Whiting. Monogram ‘G’
Marked on back: Sterling Pat. 1891 – Whiting mark with Winged Lion & W. also marked Smith Patterson & Co.
Measures: 8.5 inches long x 3 inches wide
Weight: 89 grams
This sterling silver meat serving fork is in the Birks George II Plain pattern. As one of Birks’ premier silver patterns it features a gadroon edge with a shell and scroll motif at the handles tip. All Birks silver patterns were discontinued a few years ago.
3 Available and are sold individually.
Measures: 7 inches long x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Marked: Birks, Sterling with hallmarks – a lion rampant, a sovereign’s head and a date letter.
Birks George II Plain Sterling Silver Handled Cake / Pie Server Pistol Grip
This sterling silver cake / pie server is in the Birks George II Plain pattern. As one of Birks’ premier silver patterns it features a gadroon edge with a shell and scroll motif at the handles tip. Stainless blade. All Birks silver patterns were discontinued a few years ago.
Measures: 10 inches long x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Marked: Birks, Sterling.
English Sterling 18th Century Master Butter / Paté Server – Fiddle Thread & Shell dates 1855
This early master butter in sterling silver is English hallmarked Chester and dates 1855. It is in the timeless pattern fiddle, thread & shell. Faintly inscribed on the back of the handle – M.G. Dec 12 Ag 88 1853 J.P.G.
Marked: Three towers for Chester, Left facing lion passant for Sterling, Head of the Monarch – Queen Victoria, date letter “R” for 1855 and J S for the maker I believe to be John Stone.
Knife Measures: 8 3/8 inches long with a decorative blade 1 1/4 inches wide.
English, George II Period Toddy Ladle with 1747 Coin & Ivory Handle
This is an interesting toddy ladle that features a George II coin of the Old Laureate, Armoured with Roses, the coin is 26mm across and may be a shilling (not sure). It has an original ivory handle true to the period.
Measures: 8 inches long.
Excellent Condition: Antique.
A large sterling silver soup ladle by Welsh & Bro – who worked out of Maryland, USA between 1897-1910. The ladle is hand chased along the curved handle and has a deep bowl. The curved handle is perfect for the ladle to sit and rest in a soup tureen.
Marked on back: Sterling, Welsh & Bro.
Measures: 12 1/2 inches long
Weight: 176 grams
Large English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Soup Ladle in Fiddle Pattern – London – dates 1844
This large sterling silver soup ladle is by the makers Joseph II & Albert Savoy – Founded in 1835 in London, England. The ladle is in the traditional fiddle pattern monogrammed with PBB. The slightly curved handle is perfect shape for the ladle to sit and rest in a soup tureen.
English Hallmarks: J S over A S for Joseph II & Albert Savoy (founded in 1835 ), Lions head for London, Assay mark Lion passant denoting Sterling Silver and the date letter “I” for 1844, Monarch head of Queen Victoria.
Measures: 13 3/4 inches long with a 4inch wide bowl.
Weight: 292 grams
Excellent Condition: Minor surface wear could use buffing.
Large Serving Spoon in Saxon by Birks – Sterling Silver Handle
This is an large serving spoon in the Saxon pattern by Birks featuring a large shell shaped bowl attached firmly to a sterling silver handle. Perfect to use during a special celebration. The saxon pattern is simple and timeless allowing this spoon to fit with any table decor. Blade is silver plated.
Handle Marked: Birks Sterling.
Bowl Marked: Birks RegencyPlate.
Measures: 8 3/4 inches long x 2 5/8 inch wide.
Excellent Condition: No monograms, no initials and handle firmly attached to blade.
Pair of 19th Century Silver Plated Fish Servers circa 1880
This is an wonderful antique pair of fish servers we date circa 1880. The knife blade has an engraved scroll pattern enhanced by a detailed fish, the 5 tine fork is simply engraved. The handles are remarkable, having a beautiful reposse pattern with the hilts topped off with a flower motif. Unmarked.
Knife Measures: 12 1/2 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Fork Measures: 10 1/4 inches long x 2 inches wide. 5 long slender tines.
Pair of Antique Sterling Fish Servers by American Silversmith Towle with Silverplated Blades – Massachusetts
This is an stunning pair of fish servers with sterling silver handles, that fit very nicely in the hand. The wide knife blade is pierced and has an engraved scroll pattern enhanced by a figure standing seaside, the 4 tine fork is engraved too, they are silver plated. The sterling handles are shaped like a decorative ionic columns, famous for there scrolls, with a flower basket and floral swag detail.
Wonderful to give as a gift or to keep to indulge your desire to surround yourself with functional beauty.
Marked: On the side of each handles that you will find the impressed company mark for Towel and the word sterling.
Knife Measures: 12 1/4 inches long with a substantial blade 2 3/8 inches wide.
Fork Measures: 9 1/2 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Pair of Royal Danish Sterling & Olive Wood Salad Servers by International Silver
A charming pair of ‘Royal Danish’ salad servers by the American company International Silver. Each server has a handle in sterling silver that features a smooth modern look with one spoon and one fork made from olive wood that was beautifully hand-crafted.
Marked: Sterling Handle. Pattern: Royal Danish by International Silver.
Measures: 11 inches long x 2 inches wide (wood ends).
Excellent condition: Securely attached. One fork tine has tip point off.
Pair of Sterling Fish Servers – English Hallmarked with Silverplated Blades – Victorian circa 1885
This is an elegant pair of fish servers with English hallmarked sterling silver handles, that fit very nicely in the hand. The elaborate knife blade is pierced and has an engraved scroll pattern enhanced by three detailed fish, the 4 tine fork is elaborately engraved too, both sides of the knife and fork are decorated and are silver plated. The handles bear a lightly engraved crest of an armoured arm with an arrow in hand and are hallmarked.
Marked: Crown for Sheffield, Left facing lion passant for Sterling, Head of the Monarch – Queen Victoria – denotes circa 1885 and AH for the maker Arron Hatfield & Sons.
Knife Measures: 12 3/4 inches long with a slender blade 1 3/8 inches wide.
Fork Measures: 9 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Set of Two Large French Christofle Spoons – “Spatour” pattern
This set of silverplated spoons consist of one serving spoon and one “grand” serving spoon often described as a serving ladle because of its wide rounded bowl. The Spatour pattern was in Christofle’s first catalogue published in 1862 and remains and elegant favourite to this day. Each spoon features graceful curves with a slender rounded ridge common to the decorative elements of the Louis XV style.
Marked: Christofle and France, each with a cartouche.
Each Measures: 9 3/4 inches long.
English Sterling Hallmarked – Dinner Fork & Table Spoon in ‘Kings’ Pattern – Maker: Paul Storr – Fork dated 1819 – Spoon dated 1812.
Beautiful quality – struck on both sides. Each bearing a crest (back of fork, front of spoon).
Dinner Fork Measures: 8 1/4 inches long x 1 inches wide. (weight: 99 grams)
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Maker: Paul Storr. Dated: 1819
Table Spoon Measures: 9 inches long x 2 inches wide. (weight: 107 grams)
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Maker: Paul Storr. Dated: 1812.
crest on each.
An Irish sterling sugar sifter or strainer ladle by John Dalrymple – Dublin 1795 – George III period.
Marked. Irish Sterling Hallmarked, dated 1795, Dublin. John Dalrymple maker’s marks.
Measures: 6 3/4 inches long