A lovely set of 4 small Old Sheffield plated covered tureens. Each having lion paw feet and decorative handles with gadroon edging.
This is a very unusual and rare size.
Dates England circa 1830-1850.
German .800 Silver Oval Hinged Repoussé Decorated Box, circa 1880.
A lovely . 800 silver oval hinged repoussé decorated box, it dates circa 1880, Germany. The box is beautifully decorated with a scene depicting a romantic tale of a shepherd courting a lady with his sheep in the background. It is also chased with elegant accents of florals, leaves and musical instruments bordering the vignette, and around the perimeter of the box.
A lovely repoussé decorated box in German silver, it would make a unique gift, or art object for holding fine objects.
Marked: On the bottom, German crescent moon and crown mark and marked .800 for the content of silver (80%).
Measures: 3 3/4 inches long x 2 3/4 inches deep x 7/8 inches tall.
Excellent Condition. No dents, or repairs.
This pair of silver candle sticks from Warsaw Poland are .800 silver and are non-weighted. They are fashioned after a Corinthian column with a tall, thin, smooth shaft topped with ornamental tops and footed decorative bases making them quite classical.
“Be our guest” as you pull up a chair, and dine by candle light with this pair of lovely candlesticks or give as a perfect gift for those well-deserved celebratory moments.
Marked: Womans head with kerchief, 3 woman head with kerchief W for .800 silver and the city of Warsaw and the mark of WSZ for a maker unknown to me.
Measures: 10 3/4 inches high x 3 3/4 inches wide.
Condition: Each candle stick has some wear to the tops and a few tiny dings to the columns (pictured).
English Silver Hallmarked Sterling Tea Pot, dated London, 1819.
A lovely english Georgian silver hallmarked sterling tea pot, it is dated London, 1819. The tea pot is quite large in size, its has a beautiful dark hardwood handle and top on the lid attached. It is engraved with decorations of bead, floral and scrolls, with a unique ribbon crest in the centre.
A delightful sterling tea pot that once used as everyday object at the time for a classic spot of tea, or entertaining with others.
Measures: 4 inches in height x 5 inches wide / 2 inches from the handle
Marked: Marker’s mark: unknown. Lion passant for .925 sterling silver, Crown Leopard’s head for London, Reign during King George III period, ‘d’ dated 1819.
Condition: Minimal scratches on the surface from gentle use. It has no dents in the silver, or cracks in the wood. The lid has been professionally reinforced, and shows signs of repair(see image for referral).
An American Tiffany & Co. three handled loving cup Dog trophy for Chow-Chow competition. Marked Tiffany & co. Makers on bottom. Mark dates trophy for 1925.