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.
A exquisite ‘English Sterling Hallmarked and Crystal Heart-Shaped Box’, it dates during the late reign of Queen Victoria. It features a lovely heart-shaped lid inscribed in the centre with a beaded border, and a beautiful crystal cut glass heart-shaped base.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked.(‘lion’ for sterling .925) Marker: H. Mathews. (Dated ‘d’ for 1901. ‘anchor’ for City of Birmingham.)
Measures: 2 inches tall x 4 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or dents in silver. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use and age.)
A Pair of Sterling Silver 3 Arm Candelabras
This pair of sterling candelabras, circa 1920’s, have a very gentle flowing look about them with their smooth Art Nouveau design that distinguishes them from the harsh edges that so many modern candelabras have. Each has the original bobeche to catch the wax drippings that are removable for easy cleaning and each is marked 925.
Marked: On the topside of each base Sterling, 925. each bobeche marked 925. The bottom plates are marked German but are silver-plated.
Each Measures: 10 inches wide x 8 3/4 inches high.
Excellent Condition: No dents or repairs, the silver-plated bottoms show some spotting.
A lovely sterling silver epergne having a single centre flute and 3 additional hanging baskets. English hallmarked Sterling for London, dated 1906.
Measures: 12 inches tall.
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).