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.
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.
go to my blog Measures: 8 inches long x 2 inches wide.
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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.
site de rencontre europeens gratuit Marked: English Hallmarked Sterling. London. Dated, 1825. Maker: Thomas Barker. (Registered ‘TB’, since 1805)
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Excellent Condition. No monograms or initials.
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.)
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.