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Neoclassical Sterling Silver

NEOCLASSICAL STYLE

Neoclassical design emerged in Europe in the 1750s, as the Age of Enlightenment reached full flower. Neoclassical furniture took its cues from the styles of ancient Rome and Athens: symmetrical, ordered, dignified forms with such details as tapered and fluted chair and table legs, backrest finials and scrolled arms.

Over a period of some 20 years, first in France and later in Britain, neoclassical design — also known as Louis XVI, or Louis Seize — would supersede the lithe and curvaceous Rococo or Louis XV style.

The first half of the 18th century had seen a rebirth of interest in classical antiquity. The "Grand Tour" of Europe, codified as a part of the proper education of a patrician gentleman, included an extended visit to Rome. Some ventured further, to sketch the ruins of ancient Greece. These drawings and others — particularly those derived from the surprising and rich archaeological discoveries in the 1730s and ’40s at the sites of the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum — caused great excitement among intellectuals and aesthetes alike.

Neoclassical furniture is meant to reflect both grace and power. The overall appearance of neoclassical chairs, tables and cabinetry is strong and rectilinear. These pieces are, in effect, classical architecture in miniature: chair and table legs are shaped like columns; cabinets are constructed with elements that mirror friezes and pediments.

Yet neoclassicism is enlivened by gilt and silver leaf, marquetry, and carved and applied ornamental motifs based on Greek and Roman sculpture: acanthus leaves, garlands, laurel wreaths, sheaves of arrow, medallions and chair splats are carved in the shapes of lyres and urns. Ormolu — or elaborate bronze gilding — was essential to French design in the 18th and 19th centuries as a cornerstone of the neoclassical and Empire styles.

As you can see from the furniture on these pages, there is a bit of whimsy in such stately pieces — a touch of lightness that will always keep neoclassicism fresh.

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Style: Neoclassical
Large Pair of Neoclassical Sterling Silver Column-Form Candlesticks
Located in New York, NY
Large pair of Neoclassical (made in the Victorian Period), sterling silver column-form candlesticks, Sheffield, England, year-hallmarked for 1898, Henry Wigful - maker. Each candlestick measures 11 1/6 inches high x 5 1/4 inches deep x 5 1/4 inches wide. Columns are swirled in design. The capital of each column is designed with acanthus leaves. The base of each candlestick is decorated with profiles of the Green Man (a good luck symbol...
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1890s English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Earl's Coronet, in Silver-Gilt with Ermine and Velvet, Hunt & Roskell, 1911
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An Earl’s Coronet, in silver-gilt, by Hunt & Roskell: the firm formerly known as Storr & Mortimer, a direct line to Paul Storr. Made in 1911, no doubt for...
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Early 20th Century British Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Vintage Pair of Neo-classical Silver Sterling Photo Frames Harry Frane
Located in London, GB
A truly superb pair of Vintage Neo-classical sterling silver photo frames, by Harry Frane, London Dated 2012. The beautiful rectangular shaped photo frames are superbly decorated ...
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2010s English Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique Pair of sterling silver holy water fonts
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Antique Pair of sterling silver holy water fonts This splendid pair of embossed silver basins from the 19th century are true masterpieces of craftsma...
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19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tall Tiffany Sterling Silver Doubled Handled Side Handles Decorative Vase
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Introducing an exquisite Tall Tiffany & Co Sterling Silver Double Handled Decorative Vase. This remarkable piece boasts the renowned Tiffany & Co craftsmanship and showcases a truly ...
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Mid-20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Spoon & Fork Set
Located in New York, NY
This beautifully detailed and well balanced Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Spoon & Fork Set originates from the United States, Circa 1950. Features a lovel...
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1950s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Fork
Located in New York, NY
"This beautifully detailed and well balanced Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Fork originates from the United States, Circa 1950. Features a lovely profile c...
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1950s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Neoclassical Sterling Silver Pierced Serving Spoon w/ Naturalist Relief Handle
Located in New York, NY
This gleaming and sophisticated Neoclassical Sterling Silver Pierced Serving Spoon W/Naturalist Relief Handle originates from the United States, Circa 1950. Features a lovely form of...
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1950s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Spoon
Located in New York, NY
This beautifully detailed and well balanced Reed and Barton Francis I Pattern Sterling Silver Serving Spoon originates from the United States, Circa 1950. Features a lovely profile c...
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1950s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling and Gold Serving Spoon in Olympian Pattern
Located in New York, NY
This rare and stunning Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Silver and Gold Washed Serving Spoon in Olympian Pattern originates from the United States in 1878. Features a gold washed rounded rectangular scoop, with an illustrious and highly detailed handle in the "Olympian Pattern". This pattern is exquisitely designed and executed with precision that tests the very limits of the naked eye in discerning both the visual and narrative detail throughout the landscape, figures, and organic detailing. The front of the spoon's handle when viewed horizontally depicts a pastoral landscape of Greek Deities...
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1870s American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Gold, Sterling Silver

Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Toast Rack Neoclassical Design - 1809
Located in London, GB
We are delighted to offer this splendid and stylistically juxtaposing Georgian solid silver toast rack made in London 1809 with marks of Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard. At first gla...
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Early 19th Century Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany and Co. Sterling & Gold Washed Serving Spoon in Saint James Pattern
Located in New York, NY
This highly elegant and strikingly formed Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Silver & Gold Washed Serving Spoon in the Saint James Pattern originates from the United states during...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Gold, Sterling Silver

1907-47 Sterling Silver Phone Dialer by Tiffany & Co.
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
1907-1947 era sterling silver phone dialer by Tiffany & Co. For "Trixie". Immortalized in the 1962 film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" when Audrey Hepburn's character shopped for one! 0.75...
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1907-47 Era Sterling Silver Phone Dialer by John C. More II for Tiffany & Co.
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
1907-47 era sterling silver phone dialer, Tiffany & Co. John C. More II for Tiffany. Fine hand engraving for the "Patterson" family. Immortalized in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" when Aud...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Silver Serving Spoon in "Vine W/ Grapes"
Located in New York, NY
This beautifully ornate Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Silver Serving Spoon in "Vine W/ Grapes" Pattern originates from the United States in the Late 19th Century. Features a ...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Scalloped Floral Pierced Serving Spoon
Located in New York, NY
This gorgeous and gracefully achieved Tiffany and Co. 19th Century Sterling Silver Pierced Serving Spoon Pat IX95 T in Scalloped Floral Pattern originates from the United States duri...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of 12 1816 Coin Silver Tablespoons by John Erwin
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 12 Baltimore, 1816, coin silver tablespoons by John Erwin. A superb set with the assay mark of that year to a purity of 91.66% (sterling is 92.5%). Given the popularity of sou...
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Early 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Tall, Empire-Style Pair of Sterling Silver Candelabra
Located in New York, NY
Tall, Empire-style sterling silver candelabra with removable arms, Preisner Silver Co., Wallingford, CT., Ca. 1935. Graceful design. Each of the pair, which is weighted, measures 15 ...
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1930s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1793 Sterling Silver Cream Jug by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver cream jug by Hester Bateman, 1793, London. Handsome with fluted body & acanthus leaf scrolled handle. Here we see the family mark (Hester & Son) for date used on thei...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1796 Set of 4 Sterling Silver Tablespoons by John Langlands II
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 4 sterling silver tablespoons by John Langlands II, Newcastle, 1796, England. Handsome & rarely found. Old English pattern. Crisply pointed bowls. Possible monogram erasure. A...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1809 Pair of Sterling Silver Tablespoons by Peter Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Pair of sterling silver tablespoons by Peter Bateman, London, 1809. Son of Hester Bateman. Possibly once monogrammed. 4.55 troy oz. 9 1/8" x 1 13/16" w. Whitehall Antiques is a fami...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Danish Classical Silver Butter Dish by Vilhelm Christensen, 1890
Located in New York, NY
Classical silver butter dish. Made by Vilhelm Christensen in Copenhagen in 1890. Globular; cover hinged side disc and barbell mounts. Cast double-scroll mounted brackets for tongs an...
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1890s Danish Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Early 20th Century Sterling Silver / Gold Wash Interior Two Handled Vase
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Introduce a touch of early 20th-century elegance to your collection with this sterling silver two-handled decorative piece/vase, crafted in the United States by Richards M Woods & Co...
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1920s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Gold, Sterling Silver

Neoclassical tea canister in sterling silver. Elkington 1929.
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A splendid tea canister the neoclassical style, by Elkington, one of the best of teh English silversmiths of the period. The work is deep, crisp and detailed, and the item is in exce...
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Early 20th Century British Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany Co. Sterling Neoclassical Interchangeable Covered Vegetable Dish/ Tureen
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Tiffany Co. Makers Sterling Neoclassical Interchangeable Covered Vegetable Dish/Tureen  New York, New York, Made 1907–1947 under the Directorship of John C. Moore II 51 Ounces Tiffan...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Early 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Silver Urn Vase Milan by Emanuele Caber
Located in Worpswede / Bremen, DE
A very decorative neoclassical silver urn stamped by the Italian silversmith Emanuele Caber, dating from around 1825. It has the Milan warranty stamp, and stamp of the silver finenes...
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Early 19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Mother of Pearl Handled Fish Slice and Fork
Located in Pasadena, CA
This is a beautiful set of mother of pearl handled fish slice and fork. The stainless steel blade is engraved with a small floral design. Both the slice and...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver, Stainless Steel

Estate Sterling Silver 19th Century Serving Pieces, mixed group of 5
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A mixed group of five, estate American sterling silver serving pieces, all dating to the mid-late 19th Century. Long Handled Spreader – bright-cut engraving. Bailey & Company. 8 in...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

American Coin Silver Balmain Regatta "Gardiner Cup" Ewer Circa 1875
Located in Atlanta, GA
American, circa 1875. An impressively detailed and hand crafted American coin silver ewer or pitcher featuring a beautiful nude figural female with sculpted foliate detail handle m...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling 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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1850s American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique Boston Sterling Silver Hand Chased Creamer Pitcher C. 1860
Located in Atlanta, GA
Boston, circa 1860. A very rare classical form sterling silver pitcher or creamer - double monograms present to surface.
Approx: 310 grams
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Mid-19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Snuffers with cover. Silver. Real Fábrica de Platería Martínez, Madrid, 1846.
Located in Madrid, ES
Snuffers with cover. Silver. Real Fábrica de Platería Martínez, Madrid, 1846. With contrast markings. Scissors to cut the wick of candles, known as snuffers, made of silver in thei...
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1840s Spanish Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique Philadelphia Victorian Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup
Located in New York, NY
Victorian Classical coin silver baby cup, ca 1860. Baluster bowl with cast leaf-capped double-scroll handle and raised foot. Chased leaf and tendrils forming frame (vacant). Beaded a...
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Mid-19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Sterling Silver Pair of Salt & Pepper Casters, London, 1910
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
London, 1910, sterling silver pair of salt & pepper casters. Cobalt glass lined. Neoclassical taste with twist flame finials. Made by Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler. Original sc...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Important Rothschild family French silver presentation plate by Maurice Mayer
Located in Tel Aviv - Jaffa, IL
extremely rare french silver presentation plate/ dinner plate. this important plate is one of the best quality work and engraving i have ever seen in my life, the outer rim is all adorned and ornate with flowers in neoclassical style, and the actual plate is all hand engraved with the most incredible engraving with gold plating on just the engraved patterns what makes the plate looks like the gold plated part is 3 dimensional. This important plate was made in paris by the famous silver master Maurice Mayer...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Gold Plate, Silver

1782-90 Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs by Richard Crossley
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver sugar tongs by Richard Crossley, London, 1782-90. Typically only one maker's mark & sterling mark are used. Deep, fine engraving in pure neo-classical taste. Monogram...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Sterling Silver Candlesticks
Located in Münster, DE
Pair of candlesticks, silver 925/-, Birmingham 1915, square base with cross-band decoration Height 13 cm, diameter base 7.5 x 7.5 cm
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1910s British Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Ball, Black Classical Coin Silver Christening Mug with Rural Idyll
Located in New York, NY
Classical coin silver christening mug, ca 1850. Baluster bowl with high-looping leaf-capped s-scroll handle and round stepped foot. Large scrolled frame (vacant) surrounded by rural ...
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Mid-19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Sterling Silver English Picture Frame by R. Carr Ltd
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A beautiful sterling silver picture frame crafted by Carrs LTD in England is a timeless and elegant piece. Carrs in known for producting high-quality silverware, and such a frame wo...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

English Sterling Silver Serving Spoon, 1891
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The English sterling silver spoon has a lion hallmark depicting London and an "R" in a shield likely bears a hallmark indicating it was made in 1891. The lion represent the city ass...
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19th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Dominick & Haff Estate Sterling Silver Hand Made Slotted Spoon, 1892
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An elegant Sterling Silver slotted serving spoon, marked Dominick & Haff, NY, NY, Patented 1892. The lovely scalloped rim bowl is hand pierced in a geometric, swirled pattern with ...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Sterling Silver Spoons Monogrammed "E"
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of early 20th-century sterling silver serving spoons with an "E" monogram, cartouche, and ornate detailing. Such pieces often hold historical and aesthetic value.
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany & Co., Sterling Silver pierced Condiment Dish
Located in New York, NY
Tiffany & Co., sterling silver pierced condiment dish in pattern number 13835 from 1898. They measure 7 3/4'' in length by 4 7/8'' in width by 2'' in height and bear hallmarks as shown. Total weight is 7.6 troy ounces. The legendary Tiffany brand was founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young in Connecticut as a "stationery and fancy goods emporium," with the help of Charles Tiffany's father who financed the store for only $1,000 with profits from a cotton mill. Tiffany & Co. soon became a highly regarded brand for jewelry, gemstones, and silver. In 1845, Tiffany was a pioneer when it launched the Blue Book, which at the time was the first mail-order catalog...
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Late 19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Bailey & Co. Estate Sterling Silver Hand Made Ladle, circa 1850
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A Sterling Silver ladle, hand made by Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, circa 1850. Bailey & Company, a forerunner to the famed silversmiths, Bailey, Banks & Biddle, operated in Philadelp...
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Mid-19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

20th Century Italian Sterling Silver Pair Candelabras Neoclassical Style
Located in VALENZA, IT
Pair of 5-light candelabra in 925 sterling silver in neoclassical style. Candelabra formed by an iron eye stem and a Hellenic part in Ionic style in 925 silver. The iron eye is a sto...
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1990s Italian Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling 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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1850s Italian Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Marble, Silver

Petite Birks Sterling Silver Chutney Bowl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Small sterling sauce dish by Henry Birks & Son.
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1815 Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs by William Marshall
By William Marshall (Silversmith)
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver shell & fiddle sugar tongs, Edinburgh, 1815. Marked WM for William Marshall, 1st mark of 1802-1821. Shell tips. Monogram JMC. 1.90 troy oz. 6" x 13/16" x 1 5/8"
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Early 19th Century Scottish Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique English Georgian Neoclassical Baby Cup with Snake Handle, 1811
Located in New York, NY
George III sterling silver baby cup. Made by William Bennett in London 1811. Flared rim with low-relief fruiting grapevine border; leaf border at bottom. Cast handle in form of two snakes...
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1810s English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Bvlgari London 1985 Magnum Champagne Bottle Coaster .925 Sterling Silver & Wood
Located in Miami, FL
Coaster for magnum champagne bottle designed by Bvlgari. An ultimate luxury item created in England by the house of Bvlgari. This champagne magnum bottle coaster was made in London at the silversmith atelier of Sotirio Bvlgari...
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1980s English Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Silver, Sterling Silver

The Duke Of Dorset's Sterling Silver Cup and Cover Hallmarked London 1773
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1773 by Charles Wright, this striking, antique George III, sterling silver cup and cover, features reed detailed loop handles and applied acanthus decoration. The cup bears an original engraved coat of arms for John Frederick Sackville, 3rd Duke of Dorset...
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1770s English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1780 Sterling Silver Master Salt by Hester Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver master salt by Hester Bateman, London, 1780. Star cut cobalt glass liner (old ground chip). Magnificent example raised on four ball & claw feet. The oval body has stu...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1917 Sterling Silver Sugar Caster by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths of London
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
English sterling silver sugar caster by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths of London in 1917. Known for fine Georgian reproductions, this is a superb example with octagonal body, stepped base...
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1910s English Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1797 Pair of Sterling Silver Master Salts by Peter & Ann Bateman
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Pair of sterling silver oval master salts by Peter & Ann Bateman, London, 1797. Cobalt glass liners. Elegantly pierced; neoclassical design typical of the Bateman family work. Scroll...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

1815 Sterling Silver Creamer by John Watson
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
English sterling silver creamer by John Watson, Sheffield, 1815. Hallmarked body. Faint "W" monogram. Vermeil interior. Bold gadroon border. Scrolled handle with rosette & acanthus. ...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Neoclassical Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

1933 Sterling Silver Sugar Caster by Duncan & Scobbie
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver sugar caster, Birmingham, 1933 by Duncan & Scobbie (early mark). George V period, England. Classical Georgian taste. 4.0 troy oz. 6" h., 2.5" dia. Whitehall Antiques...
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1930s English Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Circa 1940s Sterling Silver Sugar Caster by Mueck & Cary
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Sterling silver sugar caster by Mueck & Cary, New York City, c.1940s. Boldly classical urn form by a small NYC firm. 4.50 troy oz. 6.5" h., 2.75" dia. Whitehall Antiques is a family...
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1940s American Vintage Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Set of Royal Danish U.S.A.International Sterling Cup Holders, Saucers And Liners
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a set of Seven Royal Danish U.S.A. International Sterling silver cups, saucers and liners. They are from the Plain Prelude design and the liners are cream color adorned with ...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Neoclassical sterling silver for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Neoclassical sterling silver for sale on 1stDibs. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for sterling silver differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $122 and tops out at $4,125,484 while the average work can sell for $1,852.

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