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Silver Serving Pieces

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Birks Sterling Silver and Olive Wood Salad Servers in ‘Pompadour’ Pattern

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Birks Sterling Silver and Olive Wood Salad Servers in ‘Pompadour’ Pattern

$150.00

A fine Birks Sterling silver and wood salad serving set, in ‘Pompadour’ Pattern. Each server consists of an elegant scroll, floral and shell design with a hollow sterling silver handle, marked with Birks Sterling, and a beautifully hand-crafted wood end, marked from France. It is a wonderful design and quality craft, perfect for a gift, or serving up classics.

Marked: Birks Sterling. (Wood ends. Marked, France.)

Server Measures: 10 1/8  inches in length.

Excellent Condition. No monograms or initials.

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English Hallmarked Sterling Salt Spoon Serving Set. Maker: Thomas Barker. London: 1825.

English Hallmarked Sterling Salt Spoon Serving Set. Maker: Thomas Barker. London: 1825.

$175.00

A stunning English Hallmarked Sterling salt spoon serving set, by the marker Thomas Barker, it dates Georgian Period, 1825, London. Each salt server consists of a masonic engraved handle with decorative crest and line, and a lovely repousse pattern of chased fruit and floral with crimped spoon ends. It is beautifully designed and crafted, perfect for serving up classics, or for a nostalgic gift.

Marked: English Hallmarked Sterling. London. Dated, 1825.  Maker: Thomas Barker. (Registered ‘TB’, since 1805)

Spoon Measures:  8 1/2 inches in length (1 6/8 inches wide) .

Excellent Condition. No monograms or initials.

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Birks Sterling Bottle Opener in Cavendish Pattern.

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Birks Sterling Bottle Opener in Cavendish Pattern.

$75.00

Birks Sterling Bottle Opener in Cavendish Pattern.

A bottle opener in the Cavendish pattern, by Birks Sterling. The pattern features flourishes of leaf, scroll and flower in smooth forms, fine lines with rounded edges at the handle, with a simple, yet unique shaped bottle opener end.  Perfect for a special celebration, to keep or give as a gift.

Marked: Birks Sterling.

Measures: 5 3/4 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. No initials, or monograms. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)

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Birks Sterling Serving Spoon in ‘George II Plain’ Pattern

Birks Sterling Serving Spoon in ‘George II Plain’ Pattern

$145.00

A splendid serving piece in the ‘George II’ pattern by Birks Sterling. It consists of a sterling handle decorated with scroll, shell and floral, and a stainless steel end of a modern design.  It is a beautifully crafted server in excellent quality, perfect for a gift, or serving at special occasions.


Marked:
 Birks Sterling. Pattern: George II

Measures: 8 inches long x 2 inches wide.

Excellent Condition. No monograms, or initials. 

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Tea Caddy Spoon – English Hallmarked Sterling Birmingham. Dated. 1834. Maker: George Unite & Sons

Tea Caddy Spoon – English Hallmarked Sterling Birmingham. Dated. 1834. Maker: George Unite & Sons

$225.00

Tea Caddy Spoon – English Hallmarked Sterling. Birmingham. Dated 1834. Maker: George Unite and Sons.

A delightful tea caddy spoon, English Hallmarked Sterling, Birmingham, dated 1834, from the renowned Birmingham Silversmiths, George Unite and Sons. The spoon is beautifully designed, consisting of a delicate body, a smooth form with rounded edges, accented with simple gestures of line and shell 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 1834. Maker: George Unite and Sons.

Measures: 3 3/4 inches long x  1 1/4 inches wide.

Excellent Condition. No initials, or monograms. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)

 

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American Victorian Large Sterling Soup Ladle By Welsh & BR.J. Circa, 1885.

American Victorian Large Sterling Soup Ladle By Welsh & BR.J. Circa, 1885.

$350.00

American Sterling Ladle By Welsh & BR.J. Circa, 1885.  Brightly cut engraving on handle.  Has a nice round curve to handle perfect for sitting in the soup tureen with the handle hanging over the edge.

Marked: Welsh & BR J, Baltimore. Circa 1885.

Measures: 13 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.

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Sterling Jam Spoon Wild Rose Pattern by International

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Sterling Jam Spoon Wild Rose Pattern by International

$45.00

A jam spoon in the Wild Rose Pattern by International – a combination of spoon and flat spreader, perfect for serving jam.  Sterling throughout.  

Marked: International Sterling.

Measures: 6 1/2 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. 

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Birks Sterling “Pompadour” Pattern Cheese Server.

Birks Sterling “Pompadour” Pattern Cheese Server.

$45.00

Birks Sterling “Pompadour” Pattern Cheese Server.

A cheese serving piece in the ‘Pompadour’ pattern by Birks Sterling. It is a combination of sterling and stainless steel, with a sterling handle, and stainless steel blade.The handle is rather unique in the ‘Pompadour’ pattern, as it features soft decorative forms of  scroll, shell and floral.  The server blade is a bold shape with a modern design for practical use of everyday.

A lovely cheese server in the classic “Pompadour” Pattern by Birks Sterling, it would be perfect for the home, or as a gift.  

Marked:
 Birks Sterling

Measures: 6 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.

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English Hallmarked Sterling Ladle – Kings Pattern. London, Dated 1828.

English Hallmarked Sterling Ladle – Kings Pattern. London, Dated 1828.

$185.00

English Hallmarked Sterling Ladle. London. Dated 1828.

A sterling ladle with English Hallmarks, dated 1828. Kings Pattern.  It is decorated with scroll, leaf, floral and shell upon the front, with heavy accents upon the handle and middle. The body is smooth with rounded edges, it has a long handle to pick up, and a large rounded end for easy use of pouring. The sterling ladle is the right balance of timeless elegance and quality craft.

Marked: English Hallmarks, Dated 1828.

Measures: 6 1/2 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. No monograms and no initials. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.

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Wallace Sterling – Stradivari Pattern Sauce Ladle

Wallace Sterling – Stradivari Pattern Sauce Ladle

$150.00

Wallace Sterling Ladle – Stradivari Pattern.

A sterling ladle made by Wallace, it  dates 20th century. The ladle consists of a unique composition of  bold lines, smooth forms and rounded edges, it is decorated with a lovely bead and floral design at the handle. The ladle is a good size and length, with a unique balance of elegance and quality craft.

Pattern:  Stradivari.

A classic ladle made by Wallace Sterling, perfect for the home, or special events.

Marked: Wallace Sterling.

Measures: 6 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.

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Sterling Silver Rosepoint Serving Meat Fork by Wallace

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Sterling Silver Rosepoint Serving Meat Fork by Wallace

$85.00

Sterling Meat Serving Fork in the Rosepoint pattern by Wallace.

A sterling meat serving fork in the ‘Rosepoint’ pattern by Wallace. The cutlery pattern is apart of the Three Dimension Beauty Collection, designed by William S. Warren, ‘Rosepoint’ dates 1934. The pattern is apparent on the front and back of handle.  It is the right balance of timeless elegance and quality craft.

A delightful sterling serving fork in the ‘Rosepoint’ pattern, perfect for a classic dine experience.

Marked: Wallace Sterling Silver

Measures: 8 inches in length.

Excellent Condition. No monograms, no initials.

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Birks Sterling Serving Fork. ‘George II Plain’ Pattern.

Birks Sterling Serving Fork. ‘George II Plain’ Pattern.

$150.00

Birks Sterling Serving Fork. George II Plain pattern.

A serving fork by Birks Sterling, it dates mid 20th century. It has a beautiful shell, scroll,ribbon and floral pattern upon front, with heavy accent at the end of the handle and centre. The body is rather smooth with rounded edges, it has unique saxon pierced marks in the centre near the points.

This was one of Birks’ top patterns.

Marked: Birks Sterling.

Measures: 9 inches length.

Excellent Condition. No monograms and no initials. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.

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English George III Sterling Silver Skewer Dated 1760 London / Richard Binley maker

English George III Sterling Silver Skewer Dated 1760 London / Richard Binley maker

$575.00

This early meat skewer is hallmarked sterling silver out of London and dates 1760.  It is 12 1/8 inches long with a round ridged finger hole with a grooved hilt for better grip tapering to a sharp pointed tip. This skewer bears an animal crest that has become to faint to be clearly made out.

A very traditional utensil of the time period that can be used during these modern times also as a letter opener.

Measures: 12 1/8 inches long.

Marked:  R.B for the maker (Richard Binley), lion passant for sterling silver, lion head for George III and the date letter “E” for 1760.

Excellent Condition:  The hallmarks are rubbed, there is surface wear and a ripple in the middle and the tip.

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European Serving Piece Decorated with Roses .800 Silver

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European Serving Piece Decorated with Roses .800 Silver

$125.00

This is an ornate serving piece decorated with a pierced rose and a lattice design that could be used for lifting petite pastries. I have seen similar Dutch items but it could also be French.

Marked: on handle, unknown.

Measures:  7 1/4 inches long.

Excellent Condition:  Minimal wear.

 

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