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Period: 1850s
1950s Daffodil Silverware by International Silver signed 1847 by Rodgers Bros
By John Rodgers & Co.
Located in Van Nuys, CA
This vintage silver-plated Daffodil flatware by Rogers Bros dates back to 1950. A lovely set of silver plate flatware in the Daffodil pattern from International 1847 Rogers Bros. The...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Hunt (Assistant to Storr) Sterling Silver 1850 Covered Vegetable Dishes
Located in New York, NY
John Samuel Hunt, English pair of sterling silver multi-lobed covered vegetable dishes from 1850 (Victorian era) adorned with curvilinear natural motifs. They measure 12'' by 12'' by...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian sterling silver cruet set of 4
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Victorian sterling 925 silver cruet set of 4 with a holder. Made in England, 1857 Maker:H J Lias & Son (Henry John Lias & Henry John Lias) Fully hallmarked. Dimensions: Dia...
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British Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver centerpiece bowl made by Wallace Silversmiths from the mid nineteenth century. It is raised on a pedestal and has a wide two-inch rim that is scal...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Toast Rack London 1852
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : Sterling silver toast rack Date : Hallmarked in London in 1852 for Edward and John Barnard Period : Victoria Origin : London, England Decoration : Six double loop divisions...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Tiffany & Co. 1858 New York Round Display Tray In Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Located in Miami, FL
A display round tray designed by Tiffany & Co. Beautiful antique three footed round display tray, created in New York city for Tiffany & Co. between the 1858-1859. This tray certainly is one of the first pieces made at the 550 Broadway avenue in solid .925/1000 sterling silver. It was made up with American classic patterns and mount in three elaborated legs. As with all Tiffany pieces, the quality and design are beyond compare. Exceptional and rare example of Tiffany's finest work. Weight: 175.85 Grams (112.72 Dwt). Measurements: Diameter of 146.05 mm and a height of 24.2 mm (5.75 x 0.95 inches). Hallmarks: Stamped twice with the maker's mark, the gothic letter "M" associated to J.C. Moore & Sons (1854-1869), the model number 867, the order numbers 9008 and signed in full. "TIFFANY & CO. M 867 ENGLISH STERLING 925/1000 M 9008 550 BROADWAY". In addition is engraved with the inventory numbers 441. Note: Tiffany silver hollowware and flatware is generally marked Tiffany & Co and generally includes date letters indicating the period it was made. Flatware also usually includes a pattern number. The first date...
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American American Classical Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian Silver Nutmeg Grater Made by George Unite Birmingham 1859
Located in London, GB
Antique Victorian Silver Nutmeg Grater Made by George Unite Birmingham 1859 Beautifully embossed with a leaf and scroll design in pristine condition The inside steel grill opens up a...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

A RARE SILVER SHMIROT KIDDUSH CUP. Galician, c. 1850.
Located in Tel Aviv - Jaffa, IL
A RARE SILVER SHMIROT KIDDUSH CUP. Galician, c. 1850. Among some Hassidic courts, it was a practice for the Rabbi to give a blessed silver coin to his Hassidim as an amulet. Such protection might be given for all manner of life events, from healing from an illness to success in travel and the amulet was carried on the body of the recipient. This custom was particularly popular among the Ryzhiner Hassidim and these coins were called "Shmirot". To such coins were attributed extraordinary power and value and they were treasured with great care and love. this cup is marked with polish loth 12 mark which indicate silver content of 75%. Size : Height 2.3 inch / 6 cm Width : 2 inch / 5 cm After the specific event for which they had originally be given, such a coin or coins were used in the making of other objects, which maintained the special aura of the Rabbi. Such a coin would be melted in other silver with the amuletic valued being spread evenly to all the silver. Then a ritual object would be fashioned by a silversmith and the special nature of the item would be inscribed on it, indicating in one of several ways that this object had been made from "Shmirot". this objects include Kiddish cups, a Havdalah tray, a Shabbat salt holder, a Chanukkah Menorah, a Torah crown etc. This object is a Kiddish cup fashioned from such silver. On this cup, the inscription indicating Shmirot is found in the abbreviation of the words "made from shmirot k (kodesh)' " (This is the cup of Shmirot). Such cups were used for blessing the wine so that each use renewed the power of protection granted by the Rabbi. This cup was used for the blessing over wine on Shabbat and holidays. Inscription: the other iconography on the cup is of a lion that represent Through the tribe of Judah, the lion symbol came to represent the blessing, majesty, and even divine protection of the Jews. The lion symbol continued to be used even after the destruction of Jerusalem, the capital of Judah's nation, and a unicorn or a re'em, also reëm (Hebrew: רְאֵם), is an animal mentioned nine times in the Hebrew Bible It has been translated as "unicorn" in the Latin Vulgate, King James Version, and in some Christian Bible translations as "oryx" (which was accepted as the referent in Modern Hebrew),[citation needed] "wild ox", "wild bull", "buffalo" or "rhinoceros". Rabbi Natan Slifkin has argued that the re'em was an aurochs, as has Isaac Asimov...
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Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Victorian sterling silver embossed card case, featuring Windsor castle
Located in Braintree, GB
Antique Victorian 925 sterling silver embossed card case, featuring Windsor castle relief. A Victorian silver card case with a 'castle-top' design, crafted by Edward Thomason in 18...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Gorham Coin Silver Pair of Open Salt Cellars from 1850s
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Gorham, coin silver open salt cellars, made circa 1855 to 1860, beautifully adorned with floral and cartouche motifs. They measure 2 1/2'' in diameter by 1 2/3'' in height, a...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Elegant Fruit Bowl in hallmarked silver from Gothenburg, Sweden dated 1858
Located in Knivsta, SE
Very Elegant Fruit Bowl in hallmarked silver from Gothenburg, Sweden dated 1858 by L. Larson & Company. ( See photos) Beautiful decorated with bunches of grapes and Rococo elements...
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Swedish Rococo Revival Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

19th Century Italian Silver Oil Lamp Depicting Mercury After Giambologna
Located in New York, NY
Rare and exceptional 19th century silver oil lamp supported by the figure of Mercury after the model by Giambologna, by the Italian silversmith, Angelo Giannotti (1824-1865) of Bolog...
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Italian Neoclassical Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Marble, Silver

Victorian Sterling Tureen with Platter c1850
Located in Litchfield, CT
Date marked 1850, Sterling, by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield England. This tureen and underplate is a superb example of early Victorian British sterling. Beautifully designed, it fea...
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Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

American Coin Silver Wine Bottle Wagon, Circa 1855
Located in New York, NY
Eoff and Sheppard (1851-1861) retailed by Ball Black and Co. Marked behind the two hind wheels.
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Porcelain

English Victorian Gothic Goblet with Canadian Literature Association
By James Charles Edington
Located in New York, NY
Victorian Gothic sterling silver goblet. Made by James Charles Edington in London in 1857. Tall and flared bowl with gilt interior; girdled cylindrical stem on raised foot with studd...
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English Gothic Revival Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Thomas Dones Sterling Silver Card Case Birmingham 1850
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : Thomas Dones sterling silver card case Date : Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1850 for Thomas Dones Period : Victoria Origin : Birmingham, England Decoration : Alternating ban...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Edward Smith Sterling Silver VInaigrette Birmingham 1857
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : Edward Smith vinaigrette Date : Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1857 for Edward Smith Period : Victoria Origin : Birmingham, England Decoration : In the form of a hardback book...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

19th century French Silver and Mother-of-pearl Cheese Knives Box, 1850s
Located in LEGNY, FR
Magnificent box Napoleon III in lacquered wood and gold with hors d'oeuvres or cheese in silver and mother-of-pearl handle with monogram. Hallmark of the master goldsmith Touron in P...
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French Napoleon III Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Sterling Silver Water Pitcher
By Gale & Willis
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This one hundred and sixty four year old sterling silver ewer (aka water pitcher) was made before the American Civil War. President James Buchanan was in office and sterling silver h...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique English Victorian Sterling Silver Christening Mug
Located in New York, NY
Victorian sterling silver baby cup. Made by George John Richards in London in 1853. Baluster bowl with leaf-capped double-scroll handle and scrolled skirted foot. Embossed vegetation...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

William Gale & Son 1856 New York Etruscan Medallion Wine Pitcher Ewer Sterling
Located in Miami, FL
Medallion wine ewer designed by William Gale & Son. Very rare and important piece of the American silversmith history. This fabulous wine ewer was made by the William Gale & Son Company, just five years before the American Civil War (1861-1865) in the 1856. The rich design and the delicate composition reflects the extreme opulence of the northern United States in these period and the degree of sophistication when serving a table. By other part, this wine ewer is full of symbolisms, where the degree of knowledge and understanding of the characters of Greek and Roman mythology is demonstrated. This one-of-a-kind piece was carefully crafted with impeccable details in solid .925/.999 sterling silver. It is fully decorated with ancient Etruscan and Greek revival patterns and architectural neo-classic elements, such the small two balusters and the rosettes located in the handle. The most significant are the two medallions depicting the classical figures of the helmeted & bearded portrait bust of Dionysus and the portrait bust of his daughter Methe, wearing a diadem made of vine leaves. This rare pitcher has a total weight of 750.43 grams and a measure of 12 by 7.5 inches (30.5 x 19 cm). The base has a diameter of 4.75 inches (12 cm). Fully stamped in the underneath, with the silver assay hallmarks, the maker's cartouche GS, the year of production 1856 and signed in full, "W. GALE & SON NEW YORK .925 STERLING GS 1856". Dionysus, (Bacchus for the Romans), was the god of the grape-harvest, winemaking and wine, of fertility, orchards and fruit, vegetation, insanity, ritual madness, religious ecstasy, festivity and theatre in the ancient Greek culture. The iconographic theme on this sheet refer to the legend of the triumph of Dionysus, or as the Romans called him, Bacchus the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, the son of Zeus and Semele. The Bacchanalia was a religious festival in honor of the wine god, Dionysus. Methe, was the goddess-nymph of drunkenness in the ancient Greek mythology. She was the daughter and companion of the god Dionysus. She was also the wife of Staphylos (bunch of grapes) and mother of Botrys (grapes). History: The founder of the firm was William Gale (1799-1867) and the company was located in the number 447 at Broome street in New York. W. Gale invented and patented in 1826 a process for making spoons with ornamental patterns by cutting the ornament on rollers, both the upper and the lower rollers being cut with the pattern. this made the production of pattern spoons much less expensive than the former method of hand hammering patterns by the use of dies. William Gale was succeeded in the business by his son William Gale Jr. (1825-1885) who, after few years, ceased the control of the firm to H.B. Dominick & Leroy B. Haff until 1928 when the business was finally purchased by Reed & Barton. Note: The signature and hallmarks stamped at the bottom of this piece, correspond to the pieces produced before the US civil war...
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American American Empire Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique 1851 George Frederick Pinnell Sterling Silver Etched Cream Pitcher 186g
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique Victorian era sterling silver cream pitcher, etched with swirling leaves and flowers. Monogrammed with the initial R. Made in 1851 by Lond...
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Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Barnards, Victorian Antique Sterling Silver Kettle, London, 1855
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1855 by Barnards, this attractive and wonderfully engraved, Victorian Antique Sterling Silver Kettle, stands on a hinged...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Ionic by John Polhemus Sterling Silver Flatware Set Service 62 Pieces Rare
Located in Big Bend, WI
Rare Ionic by John Polhamus, circa 1860 sterling silver flatware set, retailed by Tiffany & Co., 62 pieces. This set includes: 12 Dessert Knives, flat handle all-sterling, 7 7/8" ...
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Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Sterling Silver Gilt Grape Shears '1854'
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Victorian English sterling silver gilt grape shears; an addition to our silver flatware collection. This exceptional pair of antique Victorian cast sterling silver gilt grape shears has a hinged scissor action. The handles of these grape scissors are embellished with plain intertwining stems to double antique dolphin decorated fingerpieces, accented with details reproducing the scales, in addition to a shell motif. The circular hinged portion is embellished with a man in the moon mask design. The grape shears are fitted with flat engraved scrolling leaf decorated blades, with a rounded outer edge. These exceptional examples of 19th century silver flatware retain the original gilding. These exceptional Victorian grape...
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English Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Mixed Metals by Tiffany and Co Sterling Silver Chafing Dish w/Underplate (#5083)
Located in Big Bend, WI
Mixed Metals by Tiffany and Co. Extraordinary Mixed Metals by Tiffany and Co sterling silver (and other metals) chafing dish with underplate with "C" date mark. This dish measures 1...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian Antique Sterling Silver Cream Jug or Milk Jug, London 1856
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1856 by George John Richards, this very attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Cream Jug, stands on three scroll feet, and features a gilt interior, a...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Bailey & Co. Sterling Silver Salver/ Raised Dish from 1850s
Located in New York, NY
Bailey & Co., sterling silver salver or dish standing on 4 legs, from the early 1850s, with delicate, engraved motifs adorning the dish. It measures 14'' in length by 10 1/2'' in width by 1 1/8'' in height, weighs 29.9 troy ounces, and bears hallmarks and engraved inscriptions as shown. Bailey & Kitchen, as it was originally known, was founded in Philadelphia in 1832, by Joseph Trowbridge Bailey (1806-1854) and Andrew B. Kitchen (died 1850). The partnership was dissolved in November 1846. It was reformed with new partners as Bailey & Co. in 1841, and on March 1, 1878, again re-established as Bailey Banks & Biddle. After 1870, they resold silver from a variety of manufacturers. At the turn of the century, Bailey Banks & Biddle was commissioned by the U.S. government to update the Great Seal of the...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver, Silver

Sterling Silver Footed Centerpiece Bowl
Located in Tarry Town, NY
19th Century Sterling Silver tableware serving footed bowl with Exterior floral design details resting on a proportions round footed base. The serving bowl is in great antique condit...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Silver Cheroot Case from Mtb ‘Brave Borderer, ’
Located in Lymington, Hampshire
A silver cheroot case from MTB ‘Brave Borderer,’ of rectangular form, the exterior textured, the interior gilt and incised with an image of the boat above the legend ‘H.M.S. “Brave Borderer” 1858-59’ and the initials ‘N.D.F’. Fully assayed. The Brave-class fast patrol torpedo boats...
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English Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Large 17.25" Diameter Scottish Antique Sterling Silver Salver, Edinburgh 1857
By J. McKay
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in Edinburgh in 1857 by J. Mckay, this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Salver, has a shell and scroll border, engraved decoration, and an engraved coat of a...
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Scottish Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany Sterling Silver Tableware Serving Piece
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Tiffany Sterling Silver tableware/barware serving piece / " Cookies-Berries " Tazza . The piece is in great condition . Minor wear consistent with age / use . Marked Tiffany & Co, 22...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian Travelling Sterling Silver Shaving Brush, London 1856 William Neale
By William Neale 2
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1856 by William Neale, this handsome, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Shaving Brush, is plain in style, with a replac...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

English Victorian Classical Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by Fox
Located in New York, NY
Victorian Classical sterling silver mustard pot. Made by Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox in London in 1858. Drum-form with straight and inset sides, and open bottom. Cover flat and h...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Georgian-Style Continental Silver '.800' Austrian Candle Wick Cutter or Snuffer
Located in New York, NY
Georgian-style, Continental silver (.800) candlewick snuffer or cutter, Austria, year -hallmarked for 1855. Measures 5 inches long x 1 3/4 inches wide (at widest point) x 1 1/4 inche...
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Austrian Georgian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

French Original Cased Pair Silver Baptismal Oil Containers
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very fine and scarce French pair silver Baptismal oil containers in its original leather fitted travelling case dating from 1850. The two cylindrical shaped oil containers are conjoined and both have tight fitting covers mounted with crosses. The oil containers have engraved initials OC and SC probably denoting oil and incense which would have been used in the baptismal ceremony. The identical lids too are similarly marked to ensure that these are not mixed up. The containers appear to have a slightly gilded finish to the interior and the oil containers are engraved to the bases and date 1850. They come in their original leather case with a small brass hook...
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French Napoleon III Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Sterling Silver Card Case by Edward Smith of Birmingham 1853
Located in East Geelong, VIC
This very attractive sterling silver card case with a hinged top, was made by Edward Smith of Birmingham in 1853. Smith was a good maker, noted for making card cases decorated with engine turning and engraving. Interestingly, although it was made in 1853, it carries an engraved name of W Wilson...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Ornate Chased Victorian Antique Sterling Silver Tankard, Sheffield 1856
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1856 by Hawksworth Eyres & Co., this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Tankard, features chased...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

'Louis' Pattern Victorian Antique Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, London 1850
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1850 by William Hunter, this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, is in the sought after 'Louis Pattern', ...
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English Baroque Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian Figural Antique Sterling Silver Pair of Candelabra, Barnards 1859
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1859 by Edward & John Barnard, this incredible pair of Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Candelabra, are be...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian Gilt Sterling Silver Ships Claret Jug - Charles & George Fox 1854
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1854 by Charles & George Fox, this striking, Antique Sterling Silver Claret Jug, features a wide glass body which would add stability, a gilt mount and handle...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian 1858 Sterling Silver Goblets
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Victorian English sterling silver goblets; an addition to our range of wine and drink related silverware These exceptional anti...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

American Coin Silver '.900' Goblet by Peter L. Krider
By Peter L. Krider
Located in New York, NY
American coin silver (.900) goblet, Philadelphia, Ca. 1850's, Peter L. Krider - maker. Measures 6 inches high x 3 inches diameter across opening x 3 inches diameter across base. Deco...
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American American Empire Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Four Piece Melon Style Silver Tea and Coffee Set
Located in London, GB
An elegant version of the classic melon pattern, this hand-raised, four-piece antique silver tea and coffee set comprises a coffee an...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian 1856 Sterling Silver Goblet
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian English sterling silver goblet made by Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox; an addition to our wine and drinks related silverware collection. This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver goblet has a plain bell shaped form onto a waisted pedestal, to a circular spreading foot. The surface of the antique silver goblet is plain and unembellished. The circular spreading foot is encircled with an applied border to the rim and ornamented with the contemporary engraved crest of griffin's head erased and collared by a coronet. The interior of this antique English silver goblet...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique German Silver Coffee Pot Circa 1850
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fine and impressive antique German silver coffee pot; an addition to our silver teaware collection This impressive antique German silver coffee pot has an bulbous shaped form onto...
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Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Late 19th Century of Pair of French Silver Salt Cellars
Located in Firenze, IT
SHIPPING POLICY: No additional costs will be added to this order. Shipping costs will be totally covered by the seller (customs duties included). Oval form in silver and silver gil...
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French Louis Philippe Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Sandwich Box
By John Tapley
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive, large antique Victorian English sterling silver sandwich box; an addition to our diverse Victorian silverware collect...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Mug, Henry Holland London, 1856
Located in Milan, IT
Sterling silver 925/1000 mug, embossed, depicting grazing cows. Henry Holland sr. Victoria’s head hallmark, London, 1856.
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British Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Gorham Coin Silver Pitcher Ewer from 1850s
Located in New York, NY
Coin silver pitcher / ewer from mid- to late 1850s by Gorham, retailed by Crosby, Hubbard, & Morse in Boston, measuring 11 1/2'' in height and 7 3/...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique Chinese Export Silver and Cherry Wood Vases
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Chinese export silver and cherry wood based vases; an addition to our ornamental silverware collection These impressive antique Chinese export silver vases have a tapering cylindrical rounded form with a waisted neck. The surface of each vase is embellished with fine and impressive applied bamboo stalk ornamentation, all on a matte background. The plain waisted upper portion of each vase is fitted with a pair of tiered fingerpieces. Each Chinese silver vase is fitted to the original cherry wood base; the vases are fitted with an internal silver dowel pin which provides a concealed attachment to the plinth, securing to the underside with a screw fitment. The hallmarks struck to the underside of these impressive antique vases include: Maker's mark: GW (Gem Wo) Character mark: Untraced These exceptional vases have been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as sterling silver (925, 925/1000). Condition: These antique Chinese vases are an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition. The applied decoration is all very sharp. The Chinese hallmarks struck to the underside of each base are all very clear. Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these fine examples of antique Chinese silverware...
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Chinese Chinese Export Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Victorian Sterling Silver Sugar Basket, Ruby Glass, London 1856
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1856 by George Richards, this attractive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Sugar Basket, features a ruby...
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English Gothic Revival Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Antique Vienna Biedermeier Silver Candle Holders, Dated 1856
Located in Vienna, AT
Two silver candle holders on a six-pointed, cambered stand with a curved and pointed edge, embossed and chased rose decoration on the shaft, base and bulge rings, slightly flared vase-shaped spouts with flower-shaped top view. Branded by the Wheel mark, Viennese official hallmark: 13 Lot silver, dated 1856 Master's stamp: 'AW' - Adolf Weiss...
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Austrian Biedermeier Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Victorian Sterling Silver Basket, London 1854, Joseph & Albert Savory
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1854 by Joseph & Albert Savory, this delightful, Victorian, antique sterling silver basket, its round in shape, and features floral chased and engraved decora...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and Glass Tazzas/Centrepieces
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive, pair of antique Victorian English sterling silver and glass tazzas/centrepieces; an addition to our antique Victorian silverware collection. These exceptional antique Victorian glass tazzas / centrepieces, with sterling silver mounts, have a circular rounded form onto an ornamental pedestal and domed spreading foot. The surface of each decorative centrepiece features an impressive glass dish embellished with fine cut and acid etched foliate decoration. The centre of each vessel features a hallmarked sterling silver panel, ornamented with engraved decoration reflecting the design to the glass. Each antique glass dish...
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British Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Spirit Kettle
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive, antique Victorian English sterling silver spirit kettle; an addition to our antique silver Teaware collection...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver, Silver

Bennett & Caldwell Coin Silver Pitcher, circa 1850
Located in New York, NY
Coin silver hand hammered water pitcher circa 1850 by Philadelphia makers Bennett and Caldwell. Leaf motif along handle, leaf and floral design around body and base, intricate leaf a...
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American Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Silver

Charles & George Fox, Victorian Silver Gilt Pepper Shaker, Ruby Glass, 1850
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1850 by Charles & George Fox, this striking, Victorian, antique sterling silver pepper pot, features the original g...
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English Victorian Antique 1850s Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

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