Wallace Sterling Server Fork in ‘Rosepoint’ Pattern
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.)
Birks Sterling Sauce Ladle in ‘Laurentian’ Pattern
A delightful sauce / gravy ladle in the ‘Laurentian’ Pattern, by Birks Sterling. It consists of a long handle decorated with flourishes of scroll, floral and shell, and a large deep spoon end for large meal portions. It is beautifully designed and quality crafted, perfect for a gift, or serving up classics.
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.
English Sterling 18th Century Master Butter / Paté Server – Fiddle Thread & shell
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.