This is a neat pair of antique Wallace Silver Company, USA marked sterling silver sugar tongs or sugar nips made in the 1920-1930s. The sugar tongs have an elegant art deco hammered and lozenge design and claw ends. The sterling silver sugar tongs measure 3.25 inches long and are in excellent condition. A lovely and elegant way to drop the sugar cubes in your cup of tea.
A silverplate metal covered serving bowl. Measures 10.25 in. diameter and is 3 in. tall. In good, usable condition. Just needs a better polish. I'm not familiar with the various silver markings so please view the images carefully.
A lovely 3 piece table set consisting of a covered sugar 5 in. tall plus lid, Creamer 3 in. tall and Spooner 3 in. tall. All are 3 in. diameter. Marked James W. Tufts Quadruple plate. Boston Warranted 2210. In very good, unpolished condition. Elegant victorian design.
An elegant silverplated tongs to help you serve in style. Measures 10 in. long and is approx. 2 in. wide. Marked Silverplate. No makers mark. I believe from the 1950's era. In very good, usable condition.
A figural egg cup of a chicken on a base. Measures 4.25 in. x 3.75 in. diameter and is 2 in. tall. I believe this is silverplated. Unmarked. In very good, usable, displayable condition. I think this would be from the '50's era.
A silverplated dish from Avon that could have many uses. From A candy dish to holding guest soaps or a multitude of uses. Measures 5.75 in. diameter and is 1.25 in. tall. Marked Avon, Italy. In good, usable condition.
Feathered Claw End English Fancy Sugar Tongs Sugar Nips
This is a very pretty pair of sugar tongs or sugar nips made in England 1920-1930 with feathered claw ends and a pretty spoon handle design. The sugar tongs are 4.5 inches long, marked FHS EPNS so are electroplated silver plate and are in excellent condition. Very collectible and a great way to drop your sugar into your tea or coffee at your next party.
A silverplated baby, childs cup that has a pink enameled insterior. Stands 2.5 in. tall and is 2.75 in. diameter. Bottom marked Reed & Barton. I believe from the 1950's era. Needs a polish and there is minor chipping to the enamel.
A covered butterdish in silverplate. Measures 5.75 in. diameter plus the handles. Stands 3.5 in. tall. Unmarked. No damage. Cover is heavier than the base. Needs a good polishing. It has been in storage since the early 1970's so has developed a dark patina.
A vintage metal tray that measures 14.5 in. x 11 in. Embossed pear, apple,grapes and leaf pattern on the wide edge. Heavy metal. May be silverplate. The only mark is a Z on the bottom. No damage. Prefer to ship by USPS Parcel Post.
This footed silver plated Paul Revere style bowl by Oneida is just over 8 diameter by 4 inches high. It's in very good, shiny condition with no dents, dings, or plate loss. There are a few super light, shallow marks in the bottom, probably from storage or utensils. Marked on the underside Paul Revere Reproduction Oneida U.S.A.
This is a 50 pc. set of Wallace Sterling flatware. Service for 8. 6 pc. place settings plus 2 serving spoons. Sir Christopher pattern. Produced in 1936. 8 each of teaspoons, forks, salad forks, knives, butter, spreader knives, soup spoons. and 2 serving spoons. All in very good condition. No monogram. A fabulous vintage set of sterling for your elegant dining experience.
This silverplated tray has a black glass center featuring a pheasant. Measures 11.25 in. diameter. Back stamped W & S Blackinton. In good, usable condition but does need a polish. Prefer to ship USPS Parcel Post due to the size so I can properly pack and wrap.
This serving or decorative tray measures 11 in. diameter. Decorative abalone border with an embossed design on the silver center. The design appears Aztec. Back stamped Oaxa Mexico and UMG? Hard to read for my old eyes. Very minor nicks on the abalone. Please view images carefully. Best guesstimate is this tray is from the early '50's era.
A useful silverplate platter that measures 16.5 in. x 12 in. Stands 1.5 in. tall on 4 little feet. Bottom marked Madison Pattern Wm. Rogers 5813-16 N. No damage. Needs a polish. Perfect to showcase that large bird or roast. This item should ship via USPS Parcel Post due to its size.
This silverplate bowl is the perfect size to serve dressings, toppings, etc. Measures 5.25 in. diameter and stands 2.5 in. tall. It is unmarked. Classic elegant styling. No damage. Just needs a polish.
A covered serving dish that is bottom marked Sheridan Silverplate. Measures 12.5 in. x 9 in. and is 3.25 in. tall. Numbered 474-62-5417. A bit of a polish will make this an outstanding piece to use and/or display.No damage.
A vintage silverplate silent butler or crumber. Unmarked so maker is unknown. Measures 7 in. x 5 in. and is 2 in. tall. Decorative scroll work with space to have it monogramed if desired. Could use a polishing or leave as is and enjoy the patina.
This tray has curved handles and a reticulated design on the edge. Measures 9 in. diameter plus the handles. Stands about 1.25 in. tall. It is unmarked but I believe it is silverplate. Minor use scratches, no dents or breaks. Give this one a polish and display and use with pride.
A useful covered dish, oval in shape from the Wallingford Silver Co. Measures 11 in. x 8.75 in. 3.25 in. tall. Tagged and marked Wallingford Silver Co. Fine Quality silverplate #654. In good usable condition but does need a polishing. Please view images carefully.
A butterdish marked EP Strasbourg. YO 3139. Paper label still attached reads Gorham Silver Original. Measures 6 in. diameter and is 3 in. tall. The glass insert is 4.5 in. diameter. No damage. Just needs polishing. This will come to you clean but tarnished.
A vintage silverplate dish that measures 11 in. wide x 11.5 in. long and stands 2 in. tall on 3 little curved feet. this dish is quite tarnished but I believe it will polish up just fine. No makers mark. Sold as found.
A large covered sugar with space/holders around the top to hold 12 spoons. Spoons not included. Stands 9.5 in. tall and is 5.75 in. diameter. Bottom marked Sheffield Reproduction. In good, usable condition. Could be restored,replated, more or use as is and enjoy the patina. I believe this could be sometime from the late 1930's-1950's. A bird forms the finial on the lid and it has an embossed design.
This 3 pc. silverplated set consists of a Coffee server, 10 in. tall and 9 in. diameter from handle to spout. A covered sugar 4 in. tall and a creamer 3 in. tall. In good, usable condition. Nice patina or give it a light polishing. Unmarked so I am unable to give any further information. No damage.
A stainless steel teapot, sugar and creamer set on matching tray. Marked Farberware USA. The teapot stands 9.5 in. tall with a 4 in. diameter base, The covered sugar is 5.5 in. tall, the creamer is 4.5 in. tall. All on a matching tray that is 15.25 in. long, 11.5 in. wide and 1.5 in. tall. In very good, usable condition. Nice and shiny. This should ship via USPS Parcel Post to avoid oversize charges.
An extra large spoon. Measures 14 in. long and the bowl of the spoon measures 3 in. x 4.5 in. Back stamped DFA with an S in a circle. Online research identified this to be from Denmark. I believe it is sterling silver but have been unable to verify it. Needs a polish or just enjoy the patina.
This is called a Wedding Cup. Stands 8.5 in. tall and is 3.5 in. diameter. The lovely lady holds a small cup above her head on a swivel. Her skirt forms the larger cup. The idea is to each, the bride and groom to drink from the cups of their favorite beverage without spilling any of the liquid. Sometimes referred to as a Wager Cup. No markings so I can't give a makers name. Appears to be quality silverplate. Best guesstimate is it is from the '60's era or earlier. No damage.
This set of 3 silverplated spoons in the original box represent George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson. Measure 6 in. long and are marked Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co. Have been in storage a long time so need a polishing. No damage.
A silverplated childs/baby cup with an image of a duck in raised relief. Simply charming. 2.25 in. tall and the top measures 2.75 in. diameter. In good undamaged condition. Just polish or leave the patina as is to display.
A useful bowl with an attached underplate. Perfect for serving sauces or mayonnaise, dressings, etc. Stands 3 in. tall. The underplate is 7.25 in. diameter and the bowl measures 5 in. diameter. Unadorned simple elegance. Marked Towle Silverplate. Damage free.
Serve your poultry or roast on this elegant silverplate platter with the well to catch all those yummy juices. Measures 16 in. long and is 11.5 in. wide. Stands on 4 little feet to a height of 1 in. Damage free and shows only minor tarnish and mild use scratches. Edged with a border of grapes and leaves. Simple elegance.
Serve that special casserole in elegant style. This silverplate holder with cover measures 12 in. diameter including the handles. Stands 6.75 in. tall and holds a 9 in. diameter pyrex casserole. The 2 qt. size. Bottom marked Kent Silversmiths Silverplate. No damage. Normal vintage patina.
A handsome vintage silverplate meat platter by Oneida Ltd. USA in an extra large size - 21-3/4 by 16 inches. A normal size coffee mug is in the first photo to show scale. The plain, undecorated rim will go with any silver or dinnerware service. The center has a well and tree design, to either side are open wells for holding the carved meat or vegetables. There are some minor, light surface scratches to the lower part of the tree area, nothing deep or serious. The platter has no dents or dings and no plate loss.
A silverplate teapot that stands 2.5 in. to top of handles. 4 in. diameter. About a 1-2 cup size. The stackable creamer and sugar are 1.25 in. tall and 2.75 in. diameter. Marked Nort?? I cannot make out the last letters. Needs a polishing or display with the patina. Been in storage for years.
A lovely vintage silverplate basket with tip/fold down ornate handle. Measures 8.75 in. diameter and is 3.5 in. tall plus the handle. Bottom marked W R Quadruple plate 62. New York. I believe the W R could stand for William Rogers. The pedestal base measures 4.25 in. diam. Could use a polishing or just leave the patina as is. This basket was purchased at an estate sale and has been in storage for many years. I believe it is from the '40's-'50's era.
This silverplate wheeled cart would make a unique way to display and serve candies and/orr nuts. Measures a total of 13 in. long and is 5 in. wide. Marked F B Rogers Silver Co. Enjoy the patina or give a a light polish.
Preisner Sterling Silver Double Arm Candelabra Candlest
PREISNER Sterling Silver Double Arm Candelabra Candlestick. Bottom of the base has small dings. Upper is in very good condition with only minor sratches. Marked on bottom PREISNER STERLING WEIGHTED 219
This WMF Germany Modernist double candle holder is attributed to the Bauhaus industrial designer Wilhelm Wagenfeld. It comes in its original box with two unused, still wrapped ivory colored taper candles. The silverplated candlestick has a brushed and swirled pearlized finish with removable candle cups and is 12-5/8 long by 2-3/4 high. The candle holder is marked WMF E.P. Brass Germany . The box is marked only WMF-Leuchter 4889 and WMF Tafelgerat. I would assume from the design that it's from the 1950s but since there is no West or Western designation to the hallmark, it may have been produced before the post-war division of Germany. The candlestick is in excellent condition with no damage or wear, probably never used. The box condition is only fair, with a split lid corner, scuffs, a stain on one end, and tape across the center top and sides.
A set of 4 napkin rings that measure 1.5 in. diameter and are nearly 1 in. tall. Lovely inlaid pieces of abalone on a silver back marked Texco. I believe these are perhaps from Mexico and would be of Mexican silver. 2 slightly different trademarks. Please view images carefully. Very good, usable condition.
This is a large pair of sugar tongs or a pair of ice tongs with fancy claw ends in silver plate marked USAQMC for United States Army Quartermaster's Corps and the maker's mark JPNZ. The tongs probably graced an officer's table or ice bucket. The claws have great feather details and measure 6.5 inches in length. The tongs are in very good +++ condition with some plating loss on the top of the bow. Cool!
A lovely silverplate basket that stands 13 in. tall. The base measures 5.5 in. diameter. Flared top is 9.25 x 7.5 in. Intricate openwork handle. The only mark I find is HSC 5571 I will shimply wash this basket well before shipping and leave the tarnished patina for the new owner to deal with. I find no damage. I believe this could be from an earlier era than the '50's that I have stated.
This antique covered sugar has holders for 12 spoons around the circumference. The lid has a figural of a bird on the top. Marked quadruple plate and the manufacturer is too worn or light to read. Decorated with an etched vine and leaf pattern. Stands 9 in. tall and measures 8 in. diameter from handle to handle. This item has seen a lot of use and shows wear to the silverplate. could be resilvered or simply use as is and enjoy the patina. It has been in storage for many years so will simply wash it well and leave the rest to a new owner. No breaks or serious dents.
Sugar Tongs English Apostle Spoon Ends Epns Vintage
This is a neat vintage set of English silver plate EPNS sugar tongs with spoon ends that I brought home recently from England with a design of an Apostle that measure 4.25 inches long. Apostle spoons and sugar tongs were very popular 1920-1930s when these were made by an unknown maker. The sugar tongs are in very good ++ condition with a few spots of plate loss on the spoon ends. A very attractive pair.
This is a pair of antique German silver sugar tongs made 1900-1910 in a classical Georgian pattern. The sugar tongs measure 4.25 inches long and are unmarked but were made in England. The sugar tongs show some wear but are in still quite useable condition.
This is an unusual set of Australian silver plated sugar tongs made by JD&S Brisbane, Australia 1940-1950s. The spoon end plain sugar tongs measure 4.5 inches long. I actually found them in an English antique market. Cool! In excellent condition with no plate loss.
This is a silverplated plaque that measures 4.5 in. tall and is 4 in. wide. The letters stand for Ancient Order of United Workmen. This association had a lot of Masonic attributes of a Fraternal Benefit Society. I think this may have been a plaque from a meeting room or off a door. Not sure how it was used. In good, displayable condition. Just needs a bit more cleaning and polishing. Vintage could be from the early years of the 1900's.
This vintage silverplate box has a hinged cover and still has the key to lock, unlock it. Stands 2 in. tall and is 6x6.5 in. Soft cloth lining. Needs a cleaning but is intact. Marked Derby Silverplate on the bottom. I believe this to be from the early 1940's era. There is tarnish, but will polish up nicely or leave as is and enjoy the patina. Use to store sewing, craft supplies or any treasure.
Sugar Tongs English Hallmarked Sterling Silver Dainty
This is an elegant pair of small English Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sugar tongs, sugar nips or saccharine tongs with spoon ends. This set of small tongs is hallmarked for Birmingham, England 1900 with the maker's mark JG. The tongs are 3 inches long and are in excellent condition.
Acme Silver Tea Pot--This very fancy teapot is from 1885-1889--Spout has bird and body has fancy scroll on front--Handle is open filagree--The spout is bent on the end and the small foot is bent flat--Marked Acme Silver Co Sonner Quadruple Toronto
Silver Chaffing Dish Warmer Stand--This Victorian warmer stand has 3 ornate legs and has the burner in the bottom--Measures 5 1/2 inches tall x 7 inch diameter opening in the top--Could not find a manufacturing mark
Bristol Silver Pitcher--This is an old American silver company--The pitcher is plain with no designs and measures 7 inches tall x 4 1/2 inch diameter--Has a mark in the inside bottom of the pitcher--Marked: EPCA Bristol Silver
A lovely, vintage silverplated punch bowl with 20 cups, ladle and undertray. Marked Towle Silverplated. I believe from the early 1900's. The tray is 19 in. diameter, Ladle 16 in. long, The bowl is 10 in. tall and 15 in. diameter. There are 20 cups that stand 2.5 in. tall. All in very good, usable condition. Needs a polish. The lovely pattern consists of swirling leaves and grapes, I believe. This set weighs about 20 lbs.
A lovely victorian styled Sugar Basket with matching spoon. Stands 5.25 in. tall and is 5.5 in. long and 3.5 in. wide. The sugar spoon or scoop is 3.25 in. long. This lovely set is made of a quality silverplate but I can find no makers mark. Needs a polish but no damage.
This is a Superior Silver Co. 2 1/2 tall x 6 long x 6 wide silver plated dresser box. It has a satin lined interior, 5 small feet and delicate scroll work and darkened patina. The hinges and lid are in excellent condition. It is in excellent condition but does need cleaning. It is initialed CV.
E.G. Webster & Bro Butter Dish--This old Victorian butter dish stands on 4 legs and has a fancy domed lid--Inside it has the butter holder--This piece has age wear--7 1/2 inches tall x 6 1/4 inches wide--Made from 1873-1886--Marked: E.G. Webster & Bro-has an arm with a hammer NY and Quadruple Plate
Pairpoint Relish Dish Holder--This silver relish dish is filagree and has handles--Will hold a dish that measures 6 3/4 inches long x 3 3/8 inches wide--This company was in business from 1880 to 1929--The piece is marked
Godinger Silver Plated Mini Photo Album. This enchanting silverplated mini photo album holds 100 4x6 photos. It is hand polished and lacquered, tarnish-resistant and it is the Satin Rose design by Godinger Silver Art. This photograph album is brand new in its original box and will hold memorable moments in time. Album measures 7-1/4 inches by 5-1/2 inches and it is in excellent condition
Reed & Barton Embassy Square Plate or Low Bowl. This pattern was made from 1988 to 1995. This is a lovely heavy duty piece, not sure if it is a bread plate or a low bowl of some sort. It is 5 1/2 inches across and 1 1/4 inches deep, bottom has a sort of footed base. It is in lovely condition, a few light use marks, common in silver of this age, has one tiny ding, still a lovely piece. The bottom is marked with a heart, Reed & Barton, 1140, Embassy and an A in a circle. It comes from a smoke free home and would be a terrific addition to your collection!
This is a pair of silver plated sugar tongs with an art deco design with a husk border and different double spoon design ends. The sugar tongs measure 4.5 inches long and I acquired them recently in England but do not think they are of English origin but German. They are marked with Alpaka and the design of an alpaca logo. A neat way to add those sugar cubes to your tea cup.
Vintage English Sugar Tongs Elkington Silver Plate
This is a pair of vintage silver plated sugar tongs made by the famous Elkington and Company, Birmingham England and marked with their date letter for 1930. The sugar tongs measure 4.5 inches long, have spoon ends and a lovely classical design. Elkington and Company was in business from 1842 to 1968 and patented silver electroplating in 1863. They are famous for having supplied the silver for many years to the White Star Line including the Titanic. This pair of sugar tongs is in very good +++ condition with only very minor signs of use. Lovely.
3 pc. bowl set from Reed and Barton. They are all 3 stamped accordingly plus Jamestown and the numbers on each bowl are 184, 185, and 186. These items have a paper sticker on the bottom as well. They are tarnished and need cleaning but I am leaving that up to someone who knows more about doing it than I do. These are not antique but are very nice. They stack inside each. They are footed. There are no dings, dents, or other defect. Only the tarnish.
Sugar Tongs English Chrome Plate Spoon Ends Classic
This is a pair of Stainless Chromium Plated sugar tongs with spoon ends made in England 1940-1950s with a classic spoon handle design. The sugar tongs measure 4.5 inches long and are in very good +++ condition with minor signs of use. One lump or two?
rare Sterling Silver souvenir spoon, HARRIET BEECHER STOWE, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN The spoon measures5 7/8th inches and has a slight dent in the tip of the spoon. The bowl of the spoon has Uncle Tom's cabin while the handle feature three busts with scrolls and flowers. The back of the handle is imprinted W STERLING 925-1000 and in script Harriet Beecher Stowe. It weighs a little over 26 grams
This is a pair of vintage sugar tongs made by an unknown maker in England 1930-1940s in a classic spoon side design. The unmarked silver plated sugar tongs measure 3.5 inches long, have neat claw ends and are in excellent condition. Sugar tongs are a wonderful way to drop that sugar in your cup with panache!
A useful shallow tray that is silverplated. Measures 14.5 in. long and is 11.5 in. wide/ Rests on 4 little feet. In good, usable condition. Needs a polish and cleaning as the silver plating has tarnished. Embossed pattern as shown in the images.
This lovely vintage silverplate bowl stands 5 in. tall on 4 little feet. Measures 9.75 in. long and is 7.75 in. wide. Fantastic openwork in curvy lines. Dark patina. Bottom stamped Silverplate, Guaranteed, James W. Tufts and the logo. I was unable to get a clear image of the stamp and logo with my camera. I find no damage. James Tufts was a renowned silversmith from Massachusetts in the very early 1900's and his work is highly sought after. This is a great example of his craftsmanship.
A champagne flute made of a silverplated and brasstone metal. Stands 7.5 in. tall. Measure 3.75 in. diameter. In good, used condition. Graceful styling and the combination of silvertone and brass/goldtone gives it an art deco appearance. No makers marks.
An attractive set of silverplated candleholders. Stand 2.75 in. tall. The slightly flared base is 4.25 in. diameter. Bottom marked Wm. Rogers. Electroplate on Copper, EP. Lovelace, #34. In very good, undamaged condition.
This is a very pretty pair of sugar tongs or sugar nips made in England 1910-1930 with feathered claw ends and a pretty design. The sugar tongs are 4.5 inches long, marked A1 SEPNS so are electroplated silver plate and are in excellet condition. Very collectible and a great way to drop your sugar into your tea or coffee at your next party.
Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs Fancy Shell Sides English
This is a pair of antique hallmarked English sterling silver sugar tongs or sugar nips with spoon ends and a fancy shell design on the sides. The sugar tongs are 3.75 inches long and have the hallmarks for H.A 1915 Sheffield, England and are in excellent condition. They are lovely.
This is a wonderful antique 800 silver sugar tongs with an ornate 3 dimensional crown finial that were made in Europe 1920-1930s possibly in Austria or the Scandanavian countries. I have been unable to find the mark. The sugar tongs measure 5 inches long, have spoon ends and barley twist legs and are in excellent condition. They are marked with a crown, 800 and what looks like a head of corn or wheat. A lovely way to drop sugar into your tea cup with distinction and elegance.
Sterling Silver and malachite Spoon made in Israel. There are Designs all over the spoon, and particularly the bowl of the spoon, where there is also writing. The large Malachite tear shaped bezel shaped stone is on the end of the piece It is marked on the back Sterling Silver Israel, and some other Hallmarks. It is 4 inches long, and 3/4 of an inch wide.
Not real certain just what this deer is supposed to hold It stands 6.75 in. tall and has a flat plate on the top of its antlers that would be perfect to hold a large candle or perhaps a small tray of food such as nuts or candies. It measures 7.5 in. long and is 3.75 in. wide. Nicely silverplated or chrome metal.
English Sugar Tongs Hallmarked Sterling Small Antique
This is an elegant pair of small hallmarked sterling silver English sugar tongs or sugar nips with spoon ends. This set of small tongs is hallmarked for London, England 1884 with the maker's mark CB. The tongs are 4 inches long and are in excellent condition and quite an elegant accent for your tea table.
Sugar Tongs Hallmarked Sterling Silver London Regency
This is a pair of pre victorian English antique hallmarked sterling silver sugar tongs or sugar nips. The sugar tongs measure 6 inches long and are hallmarked for London, England in 1822 which means before Queen Victoria came to the thrown in the Regency period. The sugar tongs have the a gothic script monogram FM on the bow. The sugar tongs have spoon ends and a Georgian design. They are in excellent condition from an historic period. Beau Brummel or Jane Austen would have loved them.
measures 6 1/2 inches by 4 1/2 inches. Marked WALLACE STERLING 4114 on the bottom. MEADOW ROSE CANDY NUT DISH This Meadow Rose Candy Dish is marked with Wallace, Sterling and 4114. It is 6 1/2 long, 4 1/2 wide and 1 1/4 at the highest part. Circa 1907. It is in excellent condition. This would make a nice gift for the holidays.
Sugar Tongs Victorian Hallmarked Silver Exeter England
This is a pair of antique hallmarked sterling silver sugar tongs or sugar nips. The sugar tongs measure 5.5 inches long and are hallmarked for Exeter, England in 1876 and were made by JW and Company. The sugar tongs have the monogram H on the bow, have spoon ends and a Georgian design. They are in excellent condition and are an elegant way to serve your sugar cubes.
Stieff Is Silver - Sterling Silver Bon Bon Bowl......
Small Sterling Bon Bon Bowl in the Stieff Rose-.75 Chased (strl,1892,hlwr) pattern by Kirk Stieff Silver measures 5 1/2 inches across. No dents or dings and has the original label on the bottom and is marked 53-1