A beautiful shade of deep cranberry transitioning to clear perfume bottle with sterling collar and top. Taking off the top reveals a crystal stopper.
Measures:3 1/4 inches x 2 1/4 inches wide.
A pre-revolution Russian silver sugar basket – Moscow circa 1900. Hand engraved designs throughout the body with a handle on hinges that moves up and down.
English Hallmarked Sterling Teapot. London, 1808.
A stunning sterling teapot with a unique combination of wood and sterling. It features a wooden handle and lid cap that makes the teapot easier to pick up, hold and pour when serving. The teapot is a unique shape with a rippled body, a small spout with a bold,yet small footed base for placement. On the bottom, there is English Hallmarks indicating it is sterling from the city of London, England, during the period of George III, dated 1808.
A beautiful English Hallmarked teapot from a passed era, that would make an effortless, yet timeless gift.
Hallmarked: On the bottom, Silver Standard Mark : Lion for sterling, City Mark: Crowned Leopard’s Head for London, Duty mark for the sovereign head of George III, ‘N’ dated 1808. Marker’s Mark is unknown with ‘I D’. (see images for reference)
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs (minimal surface scratches and tarnish that can be easily polished)
This beautiful early Georgian condiment set consisting of a sterling silver rectangular, claw footed base with a gadroon edge that holds 8 crystal pieces. Five of the bottles have spouts and stoppers, two have sterling collars with sterling lids and sterling spoons (one regular spoon and one pierced spoon both spoons date 1829 and are crested), one is a replacement bottle with stopper. Two of the stoppers have long thin spoons attached.
Measure: 8 1/4 inches wide x 7 1/4 inches deep x 9 inches high.
English Hallmarked Sterling GEORGE III Tray London. Dated 1821.
A dashing sterling tray with English Hallmarks, dated 1821 during the time of King George III, London. The tray is quite small, but bold in style with an elegant leaf shape that pinches on either end. The design of the shape is rather odd, but unique with a strong presence of classic english silver.
A beautiful little tray for any occasion, it is perfect for those who adore sterling for entertaining or everyday.
English Hallmarked. (On the back with English Hallmarks, Lion for London, Crown and Leopard for the reign of George III. Dated 1821)
Excellent Condition: No dents (minimal surface scratches)