Showing 17–32 of 50 results
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
A lovely pair of Fiddle shaped ladles – dated 1851 with maker’s marks for George William Adams, London.
Marked. English Hallmarks for 1851, London .
Measures: 6 1/2 inches long
A ‘Set of 4 – English Hallmarked Sterling – Large Table Spoons -London – George III Period- features 3 English Hallmarked Sterling Table Spoons – London, GeoIII dated 1822, Maker: Thomas Wilkes Barker, and 1 English Hallmarked Sterling Table Spoon –London, GeoIII, dated 1821. Maker: WM Chawner.
Sold as set, or can be sold as separate serving pieces.
1 – English Hallmarked Sterling – Spoon. London. King George III. Dated 1821. Maker: WM Chawner
3 – English Hallmarked Sterling London. King George III. Dated 1822. Maker: Thomas Wilkes Barker
Measures: 8 ½ inches long.
A ‘English Sterling Hallmarked – Large Serving Spoon – Dated 1844’ – made in England, London. It features a elegant large serving spoon design in the classic ‘Fiddle & Thread’ pattern, with a unique memorabilia of an unknown family crest featured on handle.
Marked. English Sterling Hallmarked. London. Dated 1844. (Monograms on the handle – an unknown family crest.)
Measures: 12 inches long x 2 1/4 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
An unusual and rare pattern in Sterling Silver of a cupid sitting and eating at a table. The pattern is part of the Labors of Cupid – where cupid is in various poses on different pieces throughout a set. This is the older version of the pattern and has an early Dominick & Haff mark and was retailed through Shreve, Crump and Low Co out of Massachusetts in the 19th Century (Shreve, Crump & Low, a business, is the oldest purveyor of luxury goods in North America, responsible for trophies such as the Davis Cup and the Cy Young Award)
The handle is pierced throughout.
Marked. Shreve crump & low co (N G ) + symbols for Dominick & Haff (sterling maker – diamond, circle & rectangle)
Measures: 2 1/2 inches wide x 8 inches long. Weight: 75 grams
A large server fork in the classic ‘King Edward’ pattern from the collections of American Sterling, it dates circa 1900. It features a unique fluted fork end, decorated with ornate embellishments of scroll and shell throughout the handle. It is beautifully designed and hand-crafted, it would make a lovely gift to give or receive.
Marked: American Sterling. Whiting. Pattern: King Edward (Circa. 1900)
Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No monograms or initials.
A stunning dessert serving piece in the ‘Pompadour’ pattern by Birks Sterling. It is a combination of sterling and stainless steel, with a sterling handle featuring soft decorative forms of scroll, shell and floral, and a modern styled stainless steel server end. It is beautifully designed and quality crafted, perfect for a gift, or serving up classics.
Marked: Birks Sterling.
Measures: 9 inches in length.
Excellent Condition. (Minimal scratches from gentle use and wear.)
A classic bar knife, made by Birks Sterling. It consists of a sterling handle in the ‘pompadour’ pattern, decorated with smooth scroll forms and rounded edges, and a blade crafted with high quality stainless steel blade from Sheffield, England.
A beautiful bar knife of quality craft by Birks Sterling, perfect for the home, or a gift.
Marked: Birks Sterling (rubbed mark). Stainless Steel. Made in Sheffield England.
Measures: 8 1/2 inches in length.
Excellent Condition. (Minimal scratches from gentle wear and use.)
Tea Caddy Spoon – English Hallmarked Sterling Birmingham. Dated 1791.
A delightful tea caddy spoon, English Hallmarked Sterling, Birmingham, dated 1971, from a renowned silversmith, Joseph Willmore, who was considered one of the most famous silversmiths to have worked within the Birmingham silver industry. The spoon is beautifully designed, consisting of a delicate body, a smooth form with rounded edges, accented with simple gestures of line upon the handle. It is a fine balance of elegance and timeless quality, it would make a unique gift to keep or give, perfect for special occasions or tea enthusiasts.
Marked: English Hallmarked Sterling Birmingham. Dated 1791. Marker: Joseph Willmore
Measures: 3 3/4 inches long x 1 1/4 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No initials, or monograms. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)
Birks Sterling Serving Spoon in Saxon Pattern.
A sterling serving spoon in the classic ‘saxon’ pattern from Birks Sterling. It consists of a long handle and neck, and a large bowl inside for large sized portions. It is a fine balance of timeless style and quality, perfect for serving up nostalgic celebrations or dinners.
Marked: Birks Sterling
Measures: 9 inches in length x 2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No monograms and no initials.
A stunning Norwegian Sterling .830 salad serving set, from Kragero, Norway. Each server consists of an elegant pierced scroll, floral and shell pattern on the handle, with Norwegian hallmarked on the back, and a lovely modern styled spoon and spork end. It is beautifully designed and crafted, perfect for a gift, or serving up classic dishes.
Pattern: Tele Pattern (circa 1900)
Marked: Norway Sterling .830.
Maker: Mylius Brodrene
Servers Measure: 7 1/2 inches long
Excellent Condition. No monograms or initials.
Royal Danish Sterling Cake breaker / Sponge cake cutter.
A great serving piece for cutting sponge cake. The sterling handled cutter is like a comb with stainless prongs which cut into the spongy cake easily without squashing it. Makes a great gift for someone who has everything.
Pattern: Royal Danish by Wallace. Sterling Handle.
Measures: 10 inches in length
A stunning large server fork in the classic ‘Rosepoint’ pattern from the collections of Wallace Sterling, it dates 1934. It features the iconic pierced rose decorated with ornate embellishments throughout the handle, with a modern styled end. Beautifully designed and hand-crafted, it would make a splendid server for special celebrations, or for a unique gift.
Marked: Wallace Sterling Pattern: Rosepoint (Designer: William S. Warren. Issue date, 1934.)
Measures: 8 inches long x 2 inches wide.