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Jewish Wine Bottle Label, Hebrew and Grape Decoration, Vintage
Made in Israel, Second Half of 20th Century
(2.25 x 1")
Georgian Sterling Silver Meat or Game Bird Skewer
William Eaton, London, George IV
Plain tapering body with ring handle
(Tip L: 14”)
Silver, Etui, Fish Form
Approximately 5-inches. Tail section moves. Head lifts off to reveal a toothpick, spoon and folding knife. Head has faceted ruby red glass eyes. No hallmarks. Very good condition with a broken or missing scale on one tail segment.
Group of Silver Spoons & Strainer
From left to right:
Coin Silver Mustard Spoon
Dimensions: 5.25-inches long.
By Coin & Clark Sawyer
Silver Master Salt Spoon
Marked "J&W MO."
Dimensions: 3.875-inches long.
Large Scalloped Coin Silver Serving Spoon - SOLD
Dimensions: 8.5-inches long.
Sterling Silver Tea Strainer
Dimensions: 6.875-inches long.
Group of Silver Knives
From top to bottom:
Coin Silver Serving Knife -
The knife is in scribed "A.M Bayly / From / B.H. May".
Dimensions: 11.75-inches long.
Coin Silver Cake Knife
Dimensions: 9.25-inches long.
Silver Cake Knife -
By G.M. Howell SOLD
The knife is inscribed with an "H".
Dimensions: 9.375-inches long.
Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes
Pair of American Silver Spurs,
Signed Bailey, Late 18th Century
Likely, John Bailey, New York City
A scarcely encountered pair in fine original condition with iron rowels -
(Excellent condition; width: 2.75”)
Silver Marksmanship Medal from Temple Bar and St. Paul's Volunteers
THE GIFT OF Lieut. Col. Jasper Atkinson to Edward Moore
Merit at PRIZE FIRING 7th May 1799
Unmarked - SOLD
The oval silver medal encased in an cast oval silver frame displaying oak leaf and acorn ornament; engraved is a crown over "LLV" over "1799" within oak leaf and acorn wreath surmounted with ribbon engraved "Temple Bar and St. Paul's Volunteers." The obverse engraved "THE GIFT OF Lieut. Col. Jasper Atkinson to Edward Moore for Merit at PRIZE FIRING 7th May 1799." This beautiful prize measures 2.5" by 2? without hanging device and is in very fine condition.
Silver Tablespoon, Daniel Russell (1726 to 1778)
Newport, Rhode Island
Circa 1765 - SOLD
Wear to bowl
Dimensions: 7.75" L. 336-110 -
Tiffany Sterling Silver Salver, Tray, Pierced Border, Footed
Monogrammed - SOLD
(Dimensions: 10.75" diameter)
Silver on Copper Tray, Feather and Vine Scrolled Handles
Engraved armorial shield, fine condition, heavy weight - SOLD
(Dimensions: 11 by 14")
Sterling Silver Ladle
In Shell Shape - SOLD
Dimensions: 13.5-inches long.
Group of Fish Slices & Fork
From left to right:
Chased & Engraved Silver Fish Slice -
Marked "Chandless" SOLD
Dimensions: 11.5-inches long.
Sterling Silver Fish Fork -
Dimensions: 9.5-inches long.
Coin Silver Fish Slice - SOLD
Dimensions: 11.875-inches long.
Silver Snuffer Tray
Circa 1808 - SOLD
Dimensions: 8.25-inches long, 3.5-inches wide.
Group of Silver Serving Spoons
Pair of Shovel Shaped Silver Servers - SOLD
Dimensions: each 9.125-inches long.
230-22 Inside pair:
Pair of Silver Serving Spoons -
Dimensions: each 8.875-inches long.
Silver Serving Spoon - SOLD
Dimensions: 11-inches long.
Silver Meat Fork
Marked "CMW" - SOLD
Dimensions: 12.75-inches long.
Pair of Hester Bateman Silver Table Spoons
Circa 1781 - SOLD
Pair of tablespoons with engraved decoration and marked "Hester Bateman".
Dimensions: 8.75-inches long. 385-14 -
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org
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