Maco American Revolution Bicentennial Bronze Medal
MACO American Revolution Bicentennial Bronze Medal. High relief. Very heavy. Marked for manufacturer, date, and casting number 554. Good condition with patina and mild degradation in one spot on the back.
Antique Reed not sure if that is tarnish or just crime/dust. I have it shown in one of the pics with a covered sugar bowl that is likely soldered silver also. You could leave the lid open and use as a charming vase on a nightstand! 4/13scsr
Vintage silverplate sugar bowl. Incised mark on bottom looks like 'Kummelbucherof', or could be 'Kammelbucherof'. The 'u' or 'a' has 2 dots over it. No other markings on it. I believe this item is 'soldiered silver'; it is a very thick and heavy piece. The rim of bowl is slightly irregular which makes it hard to get the lid off and it has some wear/age in and out of bowl. But, that is part of its charm and is likely an antique once used in a hotel, train or ship. It stands 4.25 tall x 5.25 wide not counting handles. I have it shown next to a soldiered silver creamer that it could work well with that even though they are from different makers and the creamer has small band with a pattern on it. 4/13est#
George Unite Sterling Silver Salt Set In Case England C1864
English Victorian sterling silver salt service. Four shell form salt dishes on dainty claw feet with four matching spoons, cased in traditional maroon leather box with fitted blue velvet interior. Made by George Unite, Birmingham, England, 1863-4. All pieces are identically marked. Case is 7 square x 1.5 high; each salt dish is 2.25 square x 1.25 high; each spoon is 2.75 long. George Unite and James Hilliard founded the business in 1825 in Birmingham. The partnership was closed before 1845 and the business was continued by George Unite until 1865.In 1854 the firm was active at 65 Caroline Street, Birmingham and in London at Thavies Inn, Holborn through its agents George Groom (1852) and J.T. Chapman (1854). This piece is on display in our gallery at Old Saybrook Antiques Center and can be seen in-person by visiting 756 Middlesex Tpke Old Saybrook, CT 06475. For hours of operation visit: http://www.OldSaybrookAntiques.com Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site www.OneofaKindAntiques.com and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***
Franklin Mint / Sterling Spoon Set / Christmas Sale
This is a sterling silver spoon set manufactured by the Franklin Mint. I believe it was manufactured in 1972. The pattern is called 12 Days of Christmas, and as the name denotes, there are 12 spoons, one for each day of Christmas, as stated in the song of the same name. All but one of the spoons are in excellent, used condition. One of them has a spot in the bowl of the spoon. I made sure to take a picture for you to see. Each spoon contains 29.5 grams of sterling silver, which is 354 grams, total weight. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen ***I am reducing the price of this set to $299.95.
Hamilton Sterling Sugar Tongs--The tongs are shaped like birds feet and top has small flower design--Has a K monogram on the top of piece--Very good condition--Hamilton pattern was made by Newburyport Silver Co and was in business from 1905-1914--This pattern was discontinued in 1910.
Vintage silver plate tongs. Well made and hallmarked: Toledo, Industria Argentina and other symbols. These are sturdy, attractive tongs. A couple spots of darker tarnish, but overall, nice. They are 6.5 long. Perfect for elegant dinners, holidays, for lifting shrimp, olives, pickles, sugar cubes, etc. 12/12
Victorian Rockford Silverplate Co. cracker jar. c:1882-1925. This antique quadruple plate jar is about 6.5 tall up to lid finial. It has incised mark on bottom, see picture. The company was located in Illinois. The jar has some dents; there is one that is pretty noticeable if looking at it from a side angle; otherwise, it displays fine from the front side. The finial is also slightly off center as well. Despite the aging flaws, this jar is a very unique antique if you collect antique biscuit or cracker jars! 12/12scsr
U. S. Mint Battles Of The American Revolution Medals
U.S. Mint Bicentennial collection of pewter medals commemorating the Battles of the American Revolution. The collection includes a reprint of a richly illustrated booklet entitled Medals Commemorating Battles of the American Revolution, authored by Vladimir and Elvira Clain-Stefanelli of the National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., dated 1973. The pewter reproductions measure 1-1/2 in diameter. The medals and the booklet are encased in a paperbound box that serves as a protective bookshelf case or a tabletop display case. Like new. A perfect gift for the history afficianado.
American Revolution Sterling Ingot Commemorative Set
Exceptional Franklin Mint solid fine sterling silver Ingot set commemorating the 200th anniversary of the American Revolution, commissioned by the Bicentennial Council of the Thirteen Original States in 1974. This is a complete set of 70 ingots, each measuring 2.375 x 1.5 . Each ingot depicts events that occurred during the American Revolution and each ingot was issued on the 200th aniversary of those events. The ingots are accompanied by envelopes that are postmarked from the 13 original states, as well as from cities in England, France and Canada. U.S. and correlating stamps complete the presentation. There are five ingots per page, all encased with their stamped envelopes in heavy protective plastic. The pages are bound in a stately blue album that is embossed on the front and side. Original paperwork is included, as is a 1974 press release announcing the series. The entire set, which originally sold for $1365, weighs 134.2 oz. This same set is currently selling on the Franklin Mint website for $6078. Payment for this fine set must be made in the form of a bank teller's check only. U.S. sales only.
Sterling Silver Tea Diffuser Teapot Shape Vintage Amcraft Mass
This is a cute little sterling silver teapot shaped tea diffuser that was made by Amcraft, USA between 1918-1938. The littler sterling teapot shaped diffuser measures 1.25 inch high by 1.75 inch long by 1.15 inch in diameter and has a ring and 1.5 sterling silver chain. The little vintage tea diffuser has a gold washed interior and is in excellent condition but the ring is a bit bent. A great way to make a cup of tea and not get the leaves into the cup, with a little style and elegance.
Elegant Gorham butter dish. Marked on back: Gorham Heritage, then it look like an E anchor symbol P, Y H 1 8. It is in good condition; not sure of its age. Estate sale find. I assume it is silver plate; it could use a good polishing, but is not bad. It is much shinier and brighter than the pics show because it was dark out when I took the pics. 7/12estcs
Snuff Box Pill Box English Hallmarked Sterling Silver 1898 Victorian
This is a lovely little sterling silver English hallmarked snuff box or pill box. The marks are for Birmingham 1898 and the manufacturer A&LLR whom I can't identify. The lid and bottom have matching hallmarks. The box has a beautiful repousse art nouveau type design on the top. It is oval in shape and measures 1.5 inches long by 1 inch wide by .5 inch high. It is in very good condition with a tight hinge and secure closure. It could use a bit more cleaning! Lovely!
This is a sterling salt and pepper set. It is either made by Empire, or that may be the pattern name. I am not sure. This set is in excellent, used condition. This is a WEIGHTED set. I want to make sure that everyone understands this. There is also a glass container inside the sterling to hold the salt and pepper. The TOTAL weight of the two shakers is 115.4 grams. This includes the sand and glass they contain. If you have additional questions, please e-mail me. Thanks. Lurleen I am reducing this item from $89.95 to $79.95.
This is a silver plated salad set with sterling handles. It was manufactured by Web Silver Co. of Shefield, England. There is a spoon and fork. Each is 11.25 inches long. The sterling handle is approx. 4.1875 inches long. I do not know the weight of the silver in each piece. The handles are clearly marked Web Sterling Handle . I have included pictures for you to see. The set is in excellent condition. Thanks. Lurleen I am reducing this item from $129.95 to $109.95.
Vintage Gorham sterling silver triple entree server circa 1930. Three covered bowl sare joined to a tall handle. The server is 10 and one eighth inches H x 14.75 inches W on each side. Each compartment is 7 inches W x 2.25 inches D. Each lid finial is 5 inches H. The pattern, Maintenon, now obsolete, was named after Francoise d'Aubigne, the Marquise de Maintenon (1635-1719). The Marquise was a particular favorite of King Louis XIV. In the Maintenon pattern, Gorham's interpretation of French Baroque style is restrained, elegant, and timeless. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site www.OneofaKindAntiques.com and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***
Sterling Silver Crystal Danish Modern Bowl Signed Dgh
This is a fabulous crystal and sterling silver dish, bowl with flower frog or ashtray that was manufactured by DGH - Dansk Guld Håndværk, a Danish silver manufacturer ala Georg Jensen. The dish is marked DGH 925S punched into the underside of the silver framework. The design is loops and grapes and is beautifully done. There is a small chip on the outside rim of the bowl. There is a worn ring on the bottom from use. Very retro!
Vintage silverplate footed butter dish or crumb catcher. Not sure precisely what this was made for, but it could be used for either of the above. Marked: Made in England. Not marked silverplate, but that is what is looks like to me. Has some age/wear showing, but still charming and looks nice on the buffet! It is 7 long x 2.5 tall. 12/11scrs
This is an absolutely fabulous salad bowl or console bowl in brilliant cut lead crystal made by the Gorham Silver Company of USA with a hallmarked sterling silver beaded rim. The bowl measures 9 inches in diamteter by 4 inches high and is fabulous! The hallmarks are the Gorham marks of G lion anchor S2806 followed by the trident. The bowl was cut by Hoare Crystal and Glass Co, USA in 1897 and is pictured on page 115 of the book American Cut and Engraved Glass of the Brilliant Period by Martha Louise Swan. The cut pattern is described as Subdued and dignified in a tailored style reminiscent of Dorflinger's Mitre and Silver Diamond pattern. It is in very good +++ condition with a normal wear pattern on the bottom and a few TINY facet chips. A beautiful piece and elegant example of Brilliant period cut glass.
Very striking vintage bowl. Incised mark: 'Silver on Copper' on bottom. No mfg. marks. Nice condition. Age est: 1900-1930's. It is 10.75 wide x 3.25 tall. Great silverplate bowl to use for formal dinner parties or at the holidays! 11/11brcs
Vintage Sterling Silver Photograph Frame On Stand C1900
Large vintage English sterling silver Art Nouveau photograph frame on stand c1900. All original. Measures 8.5 x 11.5 inches. View area is 6 x 8 inches. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site www.OneofaKindAntiques.com and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***
Size: 6-inches length Condition: vintage, used, original condition, wear or roughness to tip of handle, are monogrammed (hard to read) Comments: Joseph Draper (about 1801-1865) Was first working in Wilmington Delaware until 1832, then worked/ lived in Cincinnati Ohio 1832-1865 - I'd guess the age of these spoon as made circa 1850's. He is found in the 1850 census in Cincinnati Ohio, age 47, b. England - listed as deals in jewelry .
English Hallmarked Sugar Tongs Sterling Silver 1910
This is a pair of antique sterling silver sugar tongs with English hallmarks, with spoon ends and a pretty classic Georgian or classical shape to the sides. The sugar tongs are hallmarked for Sheffield, England 1910, manufacturer C.W.F. and are 4.25 inches long. There is a script monogram W on the bow. The sugar tongs are in excellent condition and an elegant tea table addition.
Tibetain Prayer Box--The sterling silver elaborate designed boy has turquoise stones on the top--Has several areas where is can handle from a necklace--Very nice piece--2 1/8 inches x 2 inches--Could also be used as a pill box--Marked 925 on the bottom
Rogers Spoon Serving 9 Inch Reflection Shell Shape
This is a nice shell shaped server, or serving spoon in the year 1959 Reflection pattern. It is marked 1847 ROGERS BROS. IS REFLECTION on the back of the handle. It measure 9 long, and the spoon/shell shape is 2.25 x 3.4 , for serving most any type of food, including sauces/gravy etc.. It is in very nice shape, very few minor scratches, one tiny area with a some speck size pits, less than 1/4 long area inside the bowl of the spoon form. A very nicely made shell spoon!
This is a nice solid sterling table spoon with nice hand engraved pattern on it. It also has the intial MG engraved on it. The spoon is 7 long and weight is about 1 ounce. We have more than one, price is per each. Both are in the same condition, very little wear, only minor scratches to report, no damage. The back of the handle is marked, STERLING and has one maker's logo, which we are not familier with, and is very unusual, sort of abstract design logo. A nice sturdy spoon!
Daniel Low & Co Canterbury Teaspoon--This sterling teaspoon was made in 1893--Has Lturges monogram on handle and measures 5 3/4 inches long--Low was a jewelry maker in Salem, Mass From 1867-1920s--Marked with a lion, 925-1000 in a shield
Arkansas Souvenir Spoon--This Sterling silver spoon has a donkey and flower on the handle and Hot Springs on the bowl--Measures 3 1/2 inches long--The company was in business from 1881-1962--Very good condition--Marked Sterling and a man setting down--by H.H. Tannen Curio Co
Manchester Open Pierce Preserve / Sugar Spoon--This spoon is sterling silver and the handle is open and bowl is like a scoop--From 1951 and is 5 1/2 inches long--Marked with a cross on a heart and sterling--by Manchester Silver Co
Rogers Lunt and Bowler Demitasse Spoon Set--Set of 4 sterling silver spoons are from 1910--Has a fancy open pierced filagree on the end of the handle--Has a monogram but can not make it out--It is called 5 O'clock Teaspoon--Measures 5 3/8 inches long--The patterns name is Pynchon--All in very good condition--Marked: R, L, Bo in individual blocks stacked on a triangle--Set of 4 spoons is $80
Birmingham England sterling crumber c1950. This crumber is in excellent condition. It was made with a sterling silver handle and plated end. Measures 11 inches long and 4.5 inches across its end. Excellent condition Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site www.OneofaKindAntiques.com and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***
Meka Sterling Enameled Spoon Set--The set consists of 6 Demitasse Spoons--Spoons are gold colored and the fronts of the spoon handles are enameled in different colors of green, purple, yellow, red, white and blue--Are 3 3/4 inches long and all spoons are in very good condition--Marked: Meka Sterling Denmark--Boxed and box has brass clasps on the sides
Hinged cover, base and all sides are covered with pale blue enamel over an engine turned ground, the center and corners are openwork with chased floral designs, the cover is further decorated with a cobalt blue line around the outer edge, the interior is fully gilt and marked on lid and base #302 and metal content touchmark, inside base is further marked 900 and makers initials DL
Hallmarked Sterling Silver Napkin Ring Pair Boxed B'ham
This is a pair of sterling silver napkin rings hallmarked for Birmingham, England 1921 for manufacturer JR in their fitted box. The napkin rings each measure 1 inch high by 1.75 inches in diameter, have a flared rim and beaded border and are monogrammed in script RW and AW. The pair of silver napkin rings are in a fitted faux leather over wood box with a brass button latch and cream satin lining. The box has one small area of missing faux leather on the left hand bottom of the box. The gram weight of the napkin ring pair is 31.4 grams or 1.105 troy ounces. The napkin rings are in excellent condition and would be an elegant addition to any table.
Antique Stamp Case Chatelaine Sterling Silver Watch Fob
This is an antique marked sterling silver stamp case from a chatelaine or for use as a pocket watch fob. The stamp case was made in the USA in 1880-1900 and has a pretty lobed repousse design, central foliage cartouche with an monogram gothic H on one side, hinged lid and hanging ring. The stamp case measures .25 deep by 1.65 inches high by 1.25 inches wide and has a good tight hinge. The sterling silver stamp case or holder is marked Sterling but the maker's mark is illegible and weighs 6.4 grams of silver. So neat!
This is a very nice lidded tin made by Canco. I believe that the scene on the lid is of the landing of the Mayflower. The Mayflower was the ship that transported the English Separatists, better known as the Pilgrims, from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States (which would become the capital of Plymouth Colony), in 1620. There were 102 passengers and a crew of 25-30.The tin does not have any dents, but unfortunatly there are some scratches on the lid. On the bottom it say's 'Canco', as you can see from the picture there is a scene on the front, and underneath that it say's 1620.
Sterling Art Nouveau Figural Shoe Horn 2 Brushes Ivory
This is a wonderful art nouveau sterling silver repousse part vanity set of a shoe horn and 2 boar's bristle brushes set in ivory made in the USA between 1880-1900. The antique tools are all marked Sterling and have the matching design of a double sided figural woman with long hair and flowers. The shoe horn is 8 inches long and the brushes are both 6.5 inches long. The brushes have ivory bases with genuine boar's bristles. It is unusual to have the bristles intact. Only 1 clump of the bristles has broken off. The blade of the shoe horn was silver plated and the back of it has quite a bit of corrosion. The repousse figural handles have no dents and are in excellent condition and very lovely. A wonderful set of 3 victorian art nouveau design icons.
Offered is a 40 Pc. Oneida Wm. A. Rogers Flatware Set in the Meadowbrook (Heather) pattern. These pieces were never used as all except for a few are still sealed in their original packages. The ones open are punctured. I was able to take the one piece out to provide a photo. Pieces include 8 Table Spoons, 8 Dinner Knives, 8 Dinner Forks and 16 Teaspoons. Set is believed to made in 1936. Not certain if the square wood box is original. I believe it is but there is a label on the inside Tradition Fiamma. Would make a nice addition to your Tableware collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Regency Castle Card Case Hallmarked Silver Abbotsford
This is an extraordinartly beautiful hallmarked antique Regency English sterling silver calling card case. The repousse foliage design on one side is of Abbotsford House, Melrose, Scotland home of Sir Walter Scott with Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire, England home of Lord Byron on the reverse. The case weighs 2.865 ounces or 52.4 dwt or 81.4 grams of silver and is marked with the lion for sterling, William IV's head, date letter for 1835 and the anchor for Birmingham, England which is 2 years before Queen Victoria ascended to the throne in what is referred to as the Regency period. The maker's mark is T and P for Taylor and Parry, a well known maker of exceptional quality small silver items during the second quarter of the 19th century. The card case measures just over 3.75 inches high by 2.5 inches wide by .5 inches deep and the sides are undecorated. The design is fabulous even to the ducks and man rowing in the lake. The lid hinge works well, the only flaw is a pinhead dent in the lid top. The case is truly a work of art and an example of the skill of early 19th century English silversmiths.
Silverplate silent butler and brush. The footed silent butler is by F.B. Rogers Silverplate Co., Trademark 1883,#171. Very pretty, 10 long x 7.5 wide; just has one small worn spot on the lid. The beautiful brush is marked: GSA, (Godinger Silver Art Co.). It is 8.75 long and in very good condition. Elegant additions for your formal dining room! 12/09esaMCx2
Sheffield silverplate relish dish. Very elegant covered dish. Marked on bottom: Sheffield Silver Co., Made in USA. You can put relish or pickles/olives, or whatever! Perfect for any holiday or elegant dinner party! Nice condition. 12/09esaMC
Silverplate folding silverplate tidbit or condiment tray. Very cool! Likely English but no maker's mark on it. This is a 3 tiered tray which folds up when not in use. It is in good 'vintage' condition; very usable. Stands 10 tall x 8.5 wide. Awesome for holidays or special dinner parties to put tea biscuits, cookies, h'orderves, etc. on it. esa11/09MC
India Sterling Repousse Bowl With Heavily Embossed Scenes
four side panels divided by trees show, masked sword fighters, swordsman fighting tiger, elephant fighting tiger, sword carrying man grabbing woman by wrist as another unarmed man looks on, even base is engraved, no markings
S Kirk Coin Silver Repousse Castle Pattern Samovar/urn 1830-46
samovar/hot water urn/coffee urn initialed 's', minor wear from use, signed on base with half struck hard to read 'S Kirk', 'S.K' & '11' mark, castle design with flowers, people birds & well, approx. 79 troy oz,
lions and torches flank the basket of fruits on this sterling Menorah, eight cups with wick holders for oil burning along with a removable Shabaz which also has wick holder. 2 nuts are missing from underneath but will be replaced with brass. 20 troy oz. A perfect gift idea of a vintage piece of Judiaca for all.
Whiting Japanese Sterling & Mixed Metal Cream & Sugar
each hand hammered silver body decorated with copper and hand engraving on each side, pine tree design on sugar and cherry blossoms on tree on other side, pine tree w/cresent moon on creamer w/pine tree on other side, minor dent in creamer, each stamped on base sterling, Whiting mark, 461 B, circa 1880
41 Piece Flatware Set. Made by Oneida in 1937 and the pattern is Caprice. Set consists of (12) 6 Teaspoons, (1) 6 1/8 Spoon, (1) 7 Master Butter, (6) 6 1/2 Salad Forks, (6) 7 5/8 Dinner Forks, (6) 7 3/8 Table Spoons, (3) 8 1/4 Lg. Serving Spoons and (6) 9 1/4 Dinner Knives. Overall condition of these is very good. Show little tarnish or usage. Great for anyone looking to finish a Set in this pattern. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
tight waisted woman w/flaring skirt forms the bell with the swivel cup above for the bride. Patterned after a 1500's cup designed by an imprisoned goldsmith to win his freedom and the hand of his bride by making a cup that 2 can drink from without spilling a drop. This is a .800 silver example from the early 20th century
a full figured dolphin rises from the waves base and holds a flower reposse bowl w/gilt interior, marked .835 and twice marked DZ. We do not recognize the marks as to country of orign but would guess Netherlands.
Kirk And Sons Sterling Silver Repousse Ring Tray C1900
Kirk and Sons sterling silver repousse ring tray. This lovely tray has a design that depicts assorted flowers with floral border. Measures 6 and one eight inches square and weighs 182 grams or 5.81 ozs. 1896 to1924 Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site www.OneofaKindAntiques.com and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***
profusely and deeply decorated lid with birds, sheep and flowers deeply repoussed and palmette designed engraving on 4 sides, hallmarked by maker in Arabic script on base, workmanship of the finest quality by MOST WELL KNOW PERSIAN MASTER SILVERSMITH (JAHRUMI)
profusely engraved with rug like medallion & palmettes on 1 side & flower garden full of birds on the other with gold interior engraved [compliment of the NCO Club, Tehran, Iran Sfc Oscar Yaeck, member from Mar 1955 to Dec 1956] touch marks indicate .900 silver
large chalice marked sterling E774 and makers logo for Charter Co, a division of International Silver Co located in Barbour 1930-1933 & 19K, very light engraved, Margaret and Daniel Dimond, weighs 21 troy oz, a perfect gift for your church or addition to your collection
50 Pc. Rogers Serving Spoons. Set comes in it's original box. Pieces do have some wear and will need a polish. Would make a nice addition to one's Tableware collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Early Souvenir Spoon from Buffalo. No mention of N.Y. but I'm assuming it to be. 4 in. length. Backside has Sterling mark. Very good condition. Great to add to any Souvenir Spoon collection. Buyer to pay $2.50 for shipping within the U.S.
Early Souvenir Spoon from Vancouver. Not certain if it's Vancouver, Washington or Britsh Columbia. Center of Spoon has the image of SS Princess Charlotte and the top is enameled and says Vancouver. Backside has a Sterling mark. About 4 7/8 in. length. Great for any collector of Souvenir Spoons or anyone from the Vancouver area. Buyer to pay $2.50 shipping within the U.S.
1861 Brown University Inscribed Sterling Handle Cane
slightly disfigured from use sterling handled cane with mullucan shaft, steel ferrule. engraved; Brown University Class of 1861, Oliver O Phillips, and inscribed on top; Multic et semper iidem, Latin for, Many and always in same place? A piece of early Ivy League memorabilia from the Civil War period.
Rogers silverplate silent butler, cigarette holder or card holder. Not sure, it is smaller than a common sized silent butler. Can hold a deck of cards or a pack of cigs. It has a walnut handle; incised symbol on top: animals flanking a shield, and banner that reads: Major Ab Adversis, and FB Rogers Silverplate on bottom. Nice condition; just a tad of wear on the plate. It is 4.25 x 3.25 x 1.5 tall; to handle end it is 7 long. estcs11/07
Marked sterling on the inside, can read when opened, measures 2-7/8 inches length, has usual age dents here and there the deepest is near top ring. Has a blank area in the pattern for engraving a monogram, which was not used. Condition: Used
Sterling - Repousse' Style - Chatelaine - Nail File
Embossed Sterling on the bottom end on both sides. When closed measures 3 inches. When open the manicure part measures 2-7/8 inches. File has some rust, would need cleaning and polishing. Condition: Used
Sterling, Manicure Piece - 7 Inch Nail File - Art Nouveau
Marked Sterling, this manicure piece / nail file measures a total of 7 inches length, handle is three inches. Art Nouveau in style, and is monogrammed on one side of its handle. Has minor use scratches and dents. Condition: Used