Stylish Art Nouveau silver mustard, hallmarked for Sheffield 1912. Maker is J.R. for John Round and Son. Possibly a Christopher Dresser design. Blue glass liner. Measures 7.8 cm high and 7.5 cm wide handle to rim (about 3 inches both ways). Very good condition.
Edwardian period oval small dressing table pot with cut crystal bottom in diamond design, and sterling silver top with embossed angel's head. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1904, maker S & B (Synyer & Beddoes). Pot measures 32 mm high by 73 mm long by 32 mm deep (1.1/4 inches by 2.7/8 inches by 1.1/4 inches). Top is a little loose, but excellent condition overall. No chips in the crystal.
Small cruet set on stand - pepper with silver top, mustard with silver top, and open salt. The sterling silver is hallmarked for Sheffield, 1905. Maker is JD WD (James and William Deacon). This could possibly be a Christopher Dresser design for them. The pots are octagonal cut. Whole measures 10.5 cm high and 8.2 cm wide by 8.7 cm deep. The pots are each 6.7 cm high by 3.1 cm diameter (2.5/8 inches by 1.1/4 inches). Salt is 2.9 cm high (1.1/4 inches). All in excellent condition. All pieces of silver hallmarked. Shipping is by Air Courier fully insured, unless a cheaper uninsured method is required.
Sterling Silver Teaspoons With Tongs, Boxed Art Nouveau
Very nice quality sterling silver teaspoons - set of 6 spoons, with replacement silver plated sugar tongs also. Hallmarked for Birmingham (England) 1910, Edwardian period. Art Nouveau design to finials, and twist stem. Gilded bowls. Maker is William Devenport. Spoons are 10cm long each (4 inches). Excellent condition, boxed, which is also in very good condition, although it is not their original box.
Four lovely Fijian souvenir teaspoons. Made in sterling silver, they each have bowls engraved Suva, Fiji and polychrome enamel finials, three of which depict various scenes of Fiji. The fourth spoon is a beautiful monochrome picture of a Fijian girl. The spoons are all hallmarked on the bowl reverse for Birmingham, England, 1913. Each has the appropriate registration number. Maker's mark is W G & S. Spoons are all identical in shape and style, and measure 104 mm long (4.1/8 inches). Excellent condition.
Edwardian Sterling Silver And Crystal Stamp Box 1906.
Gorgeous Edwardian period stamp box, with crystal base and sterling silver lid. The crystal base has plain bevelled sides, but is hobnail cut under the base. The silver lid has a chased design of scrolled leaves and flowers, and the centre has a New Zealand one penny stamp on it. Hallmarks are for Birmingham 1906, maker is B & C (probably Beddoes and Co). There is damage to the base corners, chips etc, (see photos) but it is still a very nice item.
Antique Ring And Hatpin Stand, Lyre Shaped Silver.
Sterling silver Edwardian ring stand, lyre shape on a circular base. Base covered in dark mauve velvet, although now mostly all nap has worn off. This would have been used as a pin cushion for hat pins, and the silver top has a circle in which the pins would have been placed to keep them upright. The rings would have hung on the horns of the lyre. Hallmarks on the base are for makers Adie Lovekin, Birmingham, 1909. Item measures 7.5 cm high (3 inches). Base is 4.25 cm diameter (1.3/4 inches). Very good original condition.
Sterling Silver Small Glove Or Purse Mirror, 1921.
Very nice small purse mirror, miniature of a larger hand mirror. The mirror glass is made so that it reflects your whole face, even though it is tiny. Maker's stamp is C & N (Crisford and Norris), and the hallmark is for Birmingham 1921. Mirror measures just7 cm by 3.3 cm (2.3/4 inches by 1.5/16 inches). Excellent condition.
Silver swizzle stick, Oriental silver, with retractable prongs. You can wear it as a pendant - swizzle part slides down when you silver ring of the barrel down towards the point. Hallmarks are on the lower edge of the side. Measures 7.3 cm long closed and 12.5 cm long open. Shaft is 4.5 mm diameter (2.7/8 inches and 5 inches, with 3/16 inch diameter shaft). It has a slight dent in the centre which makes the sliding mechanism a bit stiff in the middle until you get past it. Still an attractive, usable item though.
Pair of Edwardian bon bon dishes, sterling silver, hallmarked for Birmingham 1911, maker W.M. Co (Wilmott Manufacturing Co). Dishes each measure 28 mm high and 105 mm diameter (1.1/8 inches by 4.1/8 inches). Pretty floral design with scrolls and pierced work. Excellent condition. 70.62 grams
Sterling silver decanter label for Madeira. Name is cutwork, with beded edge to the label leading into a bow. Very attractive. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1908 (Edwardian period). Maker is Levi & Salaman. Lable measures 31 mm by 50 mm (1.1/4 inches by about 2 inches). Total weight including chain is 7.65 grams.
Port and Sherry decanter labels, hallmarked as sterling silver, maker Charles Rawlings, London - 1827 for the Post label, and 1828 for the Sherry. Good quality Georgian silver. However, the chains are probably not silver. Labels measure 23 mm by 40 mm (7/8 inch by 1.5/8 inches). Labels are in excellent condition. Insured post would cost US$40.00. Standard post is available for US$12.00 at your own risk, as it is not insured.
Sterling silver butter knife with a banded agate handle. Ornate engraving to blade. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1902. Item measures 14 cm long (5.1/2 inches). Handle is in excellent condition. Blade has a slight buckle, and a very small tear near the hallmark (see images). Really more decorative than usable. Very pretty item though.
Sterling silver trophy cup, awarded by the Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club: the Stonehouse Cup, 1931. Hallmarked for Sheffield 1930, maker is the prestigious English company of Mappin & Webb. Cup measures10 cm high and 8.5 cm diameter (4 inches by 3.3/8 inches). Engravings as per images. Silver weight is approx. 200 grams. Absolutely excellent condition.
Very nice quality sterling silver snuff box, hallmarked for Birmingham, 1909. Maker: RC, probably Robert Chandler. Bottom of box is curved for for pocket use. Gilded interior to lid. Box is engraved on the outside : A Memento of York Pageant 1909. James 1 Rex. (H. H. Riley Smith) . Possibly Riley Smith played the part of King James 1 in the pageant. Silver weight is 78.74 grams. Excellent condition. Measures 17 mm high, 65 mm wide and 50 mm deep (5/8 inch x 2.1/2 inches x 1.7/8 inches).
American sterling silver footed bowl and spoon by Gorham. Pleated pattern with cherub faces. Date mark 1880. Includes original presentation case, interior in good condition, exterior fabric is worn. Bowl. 5-1/4 diameter by 2-3/4 height. #1461. Monogrammed. Excellent condition. 210 grams. Spoon. 6 length. #1467. 31.7 grams.
Pair Of Sterling Silver Napkin Rings. Mappin & Webb.
Pair of sterling silver napkin rings, hallmarked for London, 1891. The makers are the prestigious company of Mappin Mappin . The queen is Queen Victoria. One napkin ring is engraved with the initial A and the other with G . They each measure 25 mm deep and 43 mm diameter ( 1 inch by 1.3/4 inch). Excellent condition. They have a total weight of 40.08 grams.
Sterling silver march case - probably made to hold book matches, although loose matches could also be held, as there is a lower lip to tuck the bases under. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1929. Maker is Hassett and Harper Limited. The cover of this case is engraved with the entwined monogram H.M.C. (or could be M.H.C.). It measures 60 mm by 45 mm and 7 mm thick (2.3/8 inches by 1.3/4 inches by 1/4 inch). Some little dents and scuffing, commensurate with being carried in a gent's pocket. Silver weight is approx. 22.5 grams.
Sterling Silver Teaspoons, Art Nouveau Style, 1913.
Pretty sterling silver teaspoons with Art Nouveau shape to the finial and twist stem. They are hallmarked for Walker & Hall, Birmingham, 1913. Spoons are each 10cm long (4 inches). Excellent condition. There is the faintest sign of gilding to the bowls.
Fancy Silverplate Serving Set Knife And Fork Flowers
This is a lovely early silverplate serving set with a chased floral design on the handles. The knive is 9 long, and the fork is 7 . The set is marked extraprimansalp July 1907. It is in excellent condition.
Elegant Silver Plate Footed Salt And Pepper On Tray
This is a nice silver plate salt and pepper on a tray. The salt and pepper have 3 curved feet with faces on the top of the foot. There is an etched floral design, and they have plastic inserts. They are 3 1/2 high. The tray also has a design and measures 5 1/2 x 3 3/4 . The total weight is 13 ounces. The set is in excellent condition.
Very nice salt spoon, for use in a good-sized open salt. The handle is in the Kings Pattern. Silver plate, made by Ryals. Measures 83 mm long and 21 mm wide (3.1/4 inches by 6/8 inch). Excellent condition.
Victorian Sterling Silver Pocket Fruit Knife, Pearl.
Victorian sterling silver pocket fruit knife, hallmarked for Sheffield 1899, with maker's mark of M.B. The handle is mother of pearl with shaped sides and etched design of flower and scrolls. Knife measure 14.5 cm long when opened (5.3/4 inches). Closed, it measures 8.2 cm (3.1/4 inches). The handle is in excellent condition with just a little wear-down to the etching. The silver blade has a few waves in it, but is entire. These knifes were popular to carve of a bite-sized piece of fruit when walking or picnicking. An elegant pocket accessory.
Edwardian pin cushion, made from a beautiful pearly coiled shell and a sterling silver base. The base is hallmarked for London 1908. Pin cushion measures 66 mm high and about 62 mm wide (2.5/8 inches by 2.1/2 inches). The base has a few dings and dents, but overall, very good condition. It has a plater weighted base, which has just a new piece of card over it - could benefit from having a piece of felt or fabric over this. It's a little top heavy, but it's a very pretty piece.
Vintage silver napkin ring, made by the prestigious English company of Asprey's, and hallmarked for Birmingham 1959. Weight is 29.95 grams, and the item measures 29 mm deep by 45 mm diameter (1.1/8 inches by just over 1.3/4 inches). It has a decorated embossed band around the rims and a central front engraved scroll decoration. Excellent condition.
Remember these Name Bracelets for Guys Mike is the name and if it is yours OR you have a friend who has that name, grab this Bracelet now for a gift. It is Sterling and if you can read the teeny tiny you are in luck.I took it to a jeweler to read it months ago when I priced it but can't find my notes as to the weight Jargon, but this is the fair price he suggested for this Vintage piece. Shipping is $2.45 USA Domestic First Class.
Elegant little trophy cup, sterling silver, hallmarked for Birmingham, England, 1929. It measures 64 mm wide handle to handle, and 38 mm high (2.1/2 inches by 1.1/2 inches). The front is engraved Aravon. 1944 . Could this have been a racehorse? Excellent condition. No filler or weighting. Weight is 10.18 grams.
Art Nouveau design to these open salts. The hallmarks are either Russian or possibly Polish. I can't identify them. The MET seen in the close-up images of the marks may refer to metal, and they could be below the assayable silver content of their country of origin or import. I've not tested them. Although the pots are identical, they carry slightly different marks. (See photos). Lobing under the body, design of vines and flowers around the body which is angular cauldron shape with curving feet. Clear glass liners - good thick glass. Salts measure 33 mm high and 52 mm diameter at the widest point (1.5/16 inch by 2.1/16 inch). No damage, very good condition. Marks are very crisp, and I can't date them at all. Style is circa early 20th century, but they could be later. Very elegant, attractive items though, and silver of a sort, not clear as to what percentage.
Antique sterling silver small bowl, possibly a sugar bowl, but not obviously so and could therefore be used as a bon-bon dish or similar. Hallmarked for London 1889, the maker's mark is G A in two conjoined circles - this could either be Chawner & Co (Chawner & George Adams) or George Aldwinckle. Bowl measures 108 mm diameter and 52 mm high (just over 4.1/4 inches by 2 inches). Excellent condition. Fluted lobed sides - very elegant design. Silver weight is approx. 120 grams.
Pickle or condiment fork - sterling silver hallmarked Birmingham, 1915. Maker is Adie & Lovekin Ltd. Ball finial to handle. Very good condition - stem is slightly crooked (jeweller could straighten this if it worries you). Handy little fork for small gherkins or pickles. Weight 4.39 grams.
Beautiful pair of sterling silver menu holders, naval crowns in their original oak box. Retailed by Page, Keen & Page, of Plymouth, England ( home of large Navy base). Hallmarked underneath Birmingham 1926, maker's mark J.W.B. for W.Benson Ltd. Also stamped Page. Each holder measures 32 mm high (1.1/4 inches) with a base of 37 mm by 28 mm (1.1/2 inches by 1.1/8 inches). Beautiful box, all in excellent condition. Probably never used. To post tracked it would have to go Economy International Courier, hence larger than normal postage cost.
Trophy cup, hallmarked for Sheffield 1907 (Edwardian period). Elegant shape and handles. Engraved on face: Bramshaw. February 14th 1909. 100 Gross (it could be Cross, but the tail is quite long). Although made in England, this cup was presented in New Zealand. Cup measures 6 cm high and 7 cm wide handle to handle (2.3/8 inches by 2.3/4 inches). The silver is in excellent condition. It once would have stood on a wooden stand, but no longer has this, and so the exposed base with plaster weighting is showing. This does not show, but if desired, it would be a simple solution to fill the base and put card and felt over it. Weight is 29.84 grams, but this includes the remains of the filler.
Vintage baby's rattle, sterling silver bell shape with a pearlised synthetic teething ring. The bell is attached to the ring with a little silver belt and buckle. Very quaint. The bell is engraved on one side with the initials D.J.E. . Actually, the middle letter could also be interpreted as an F or an R. Ring is 4.25 cm diameter. and the bell is 3 cm by 3 cm and 1.3 cm thick (1.3/4 inches diameter ring, and bell is 1.1/4 inches by 1.1/4 inches and 1/2 inch thick). One tiny indentation on rear of bell, and a scratch on the front - all minor. Ring is excellent. Probably never used.
Beautifully decorated engine-turned style engraving to the case of this unusual round vinaigrette. Reeded sides. The grill inside is prettily decorated with cutwork of roses and foliage. A true lady's vinaigrette, delicate and feminine. Gilded inside, and when you lift the hinged grill, there is still the remains of the old sponge. Undoubtedly silver, but no hallmarks. Measures 25 mm diameter by 7 mm thick (1 inch by 1/4 inch). Excellent condition.
Sterling silver tie clasp is a souvenir of Lake Placid with a ski and binding on the front. There is no makers mark only marked Sterling. It is 3/4 inches high and 2 5/8 inches long. As found and needs polishing.
Footed salt cellar. French .950 silver. Repousse wreaths of flowers and scrolling border. Circa 1900. Shaped clear glass liner. 2 ¾ by 2 by 1-3/4 height. Very good condition, some wear at the edge seams.
Footed salt cellar. American coin silver by Philadelphia maker Peter Krider. Strawberry and leaf motif with Greek Key border. 2 ½ diameter by 1 ¾ height.. Monogrammed WSA. 31 grams. Glass liner not original and some minor salt corrosion to interior, otherwise, excellent condition.
Tiny sterling silver 4 slice toast rack. Hallmarked for Sheffield 1911. Maker is J.R. for John Round and Son Ltd. Measurement: 7.3 cm high, 7.5 cm long and 4.5 cm wide (3 inches by about 3 inches by 1.3/4 inches). Excellent condition.
Pair of Chinese export silver napkin rings with engraved bamboo motif. Late 19th century. Marked Silver. One with G monogram and the other with W. 1-1/2 diameter by 1-1/8 height. Excellent condition. 51 grams.
American sterling silver pierced sugar basket with cobalt blue glass liner. Ball feet. Monogrammed HCB. Depasse Mfg. Co, New York, 1909-1915. 3-1/2 diameter by 4 height. Excellent condition. 46 grams without liner.
Beautiful large size, for cream jug, Ball feet, delicate beading around the edgem and lovely shell perched on the top of the handle, But the nicest thing is engraving of the boar head front, center, Hallmarks are located under the spout, front, In fine for age condition, there are few dents, around the lower body, nothing serious,Nice and clean on inside and outside, Measuring about 5 3/4 inches from the spout to the tip of the handle, 3 1/4 inches wide and 4 1/2 inches high at the highest point.
This is Antique,Sterling silver napkin ring, Decorated with subtle horizontal stripes and round medalion designated for monogram, as per images, Hallmarked what it appears to be English hallmarks, which are half erased from age, In very fine condition dents or any other major damage, Measuring about 1 3/4 inches in diameter and over 1 inch high.
English sterling silver toastrack, hallmarked or Chester, 1912. The maker's marks is R.A. & Co Ltd. Small 4 slice rack, measuring 8 cm high, 8 cm long and 4.9 cm deep (3.1/8 inches by 3.1/8 inches by 2 inches). Excellent condition.
Two sterling silver pots with sprung lids. Hallmarks on the larger pot are for Birmingham 1905, maker is H.W. Ld (for Henry Williamson Ltd)and on the smaller pot Birmingham 1907, maker D C seems to be the surname here though. One possibly for powder, the other for some other unguent. They could be husband and wife - or brothers, since these could also be for a man's pomade. Inside, they have both been gilded, although this is largely worn on the smaller pot. Largest measures 36 mm high and 88 mm diameter (about 1.1/2 inches by 3.1/2 inches). The smaller measures 29 mm high by 83 mm diameter (1.1/8 inches by 3.1/4 inches). Both in excellent condition, although you certainly need fingernails to open them.Weights are 95.93 grams for the larger pot, and 86.84 grams for the smaller pot.
Very pretty little bonbon basket with swing handle and hand sawn cut-work basket. French silver import mark and Netherlands silver export mark. Dutch marks are on inside rim of basket near the handle. Other marks underneath the base include what appears to be three small crabs in a row, a cross on a striped background, and a rubbed mark. 20th century. Measures 105 mm high with handle up, 126 mm wide and 103 mm deep (4.1/8 inches high, by 5 inches by 4 inches). Very good condition. Weight is 110g. Mark is for minimum .800 fineness.
Vintage Sterling And Crystal Etched Salt /pepper Shakers
This set is etched crystal with sterling tops and pedestals. The pedestal looks like the gadroon pattern. The etched pattern has flowers and stars with branches. The are 3.75 in. high. The bottom pedestal is 1 3/8 in. diameter. There is no damage on this set. Needs cleaning but that is all. I will mail these USPS to save you shipping costs. Please make your purchase, put in credit card information for billing, but I will not charge your card until I edit the shipping and lower it to the correct rates. I am guessing these will not cost more than $5 to anywhere within continental USA.
This is for 4 in. crystal coasters with a sterling rim. There is no stamp on these at all. They are very nice. The listed price is for each coaster. Click on the QTY box arrow and then on the number available to purchase what you want.
VINTAGE SILVER PLATE AND CRYSTAL JAM, JELLY OR SUGAR COVERED DISH. SILVER PLATE FRAME IS MARKED 'FORZAM or FROZANI MADE IN ITALY SILVER PLATE'. CRYSTAL BOWL IS PERFECT. SILVER PLATE FRAME HAS VISIBLE WEAR. LID HAS A SLOT FOR THE SPOON. 2in TALL, 4in WIDE. Sold as-is.
ALPACCA EBERLE Silver Tea Sipper Bombilla Straws (4) ALPACCA EBERLE Silver Tea Sipper Bombilla Straws This handsome beautifully designed silver straws is of a time long past. The design is of a particular elegance once reserved for the wealthy to behold. It is 8 1/2 long. The bottom part unscrews and opens on a hinge which has a strainer at the end to prevent clogging with leaves, this was for cleaning the item. The design is a smooth column with a cluster of leaves This is a set of 4 vintage Alpacca Eberle silver sipping spoons. The bottom portion screws off and is perforated for finely ground tea leaves. The top is a sipper. I believe these are from the 1920's-1930's.
Early Biscuit Barrel Silver Plate, Hukin & Heath A lidded cylindrical, English silver-plated biscuit barrel. Beautifully engraved decoration with urns and flowers, maker Hukin & Heath, attached footed ball-and-claw foot under plate. Cock beaded edges on the lid and the base container. Early Number 581 stamped on the bottom Size 7 ½ inches tall Condition no dents/no repairs
Wonderful priceless, because of rarity or age, Sterling Silver Teapot, Properly hallmarked, according to my research as London Silver made by Crispin Fuller in 1806, Ornate handle was made what it appears to be wood top of the lid appears to be ivory and rest of the tea pot is pure sterling silver, Hallmarks are placed on the upper top part of the teapot and inside the lid, Teapot shows interesting engraving on both sides of the teapot boars head,In very fine condition for a over two hundred year old teapot vhich is very much usable, Wood handle is a bit lose and the same for ivory part, No dents, Measuring approximately from handle to the spout 12 1/4 inches and 7 inches high at the highest point.
Fantastic solid sterling silver fancy, Pedestal Dish, Showing some beautiful piercings and floral engraving, Properly signed as per images, In excellent condition, Measuring approximately 5 1/2 inches in diameter.
Pie server. Chinese Export silver, engraved bamboo motif on blade and hammered silver handle. Marked with Chinese characters and C.J. Co. 9-3/4 length. Excellent condition. Early 20th century. 106 grams.
Little lidded trinket dish, sterling silver top hallmarked for Birmingham, 1904. Beautiful Art Nouveau flower design embossed to the silver. Crystal large hobnail cut base. Item measures 30 mm high, 81 mm wide and 36 mm deep (1.3/16 inch by 3.1/4 inches by 1.3/8 inch). Maker's mark is E.J.H. (probably E.J.Houlston). Just a few absolutely tiny little nicks in the crystal rim, otherwise excellent condition.
Canadian antique souvenir. Small Edwardian porcelain vase with decoration of hand painted maple leaf with gilded outline. Underneath the leaf is the faint remains of the word Winnipeg . It has a sterling silver rim, with the English hallmarks for Birmingham, 1907. Vase measures 66 mm high and the base is 54 mm diameter. Top is 26 mm diameter. (2.5/8 inches high, base of 2.1/8 inches, top of 1 inch). A few minor shallow dents in the silver, otherwise excellent condition.
German 800 silver Art Nouveau or Jugendstil napkin ring. The embossed design is wheat ears and leaves, very stylised. The interior of the ring has the remains of gilt wash. Initials H L are engraved on the front - intertwined, beautifully done. Silver stamps are POSEN, a stamped mark of a script letter (can't identify it), 800, and the German silver marks of the crown and the crescent. Napkin ring measures 32 mm high and 41 mm diameter (1.1/4 inches by 1.5/8 inches). It weighs approx. 38 grams. Excellent condition. A very attractive item.
Elegant little English sterling silver trinket box - hinged lid and silk -lined interior. Machine engraved top with central initials panel (blank). Hallmarked are for Birmingham 1917. Maker's mark is D & F, for Deakin and Francis. Box measures 4 cm high, 7.2 cm wide and 5.3 cm deep (just over 1.1/2 inches high, 2.7/8 inch wide and just over 2 inches deep). One or two small shallow indentations on the sides, but otherwise excellent.
Pretty little hobnail cut glass dressing table pot with sterling silver lid. Pot measures 49 mm high and 41 mm diameter (about 2 inches by 1.5/8 inches). It is hallmarked for Birmingham, England 1921. The date mark is rubbed so a little hard to read, but either 1920 or 1921. The maker's mark is H.W. Ld. Base is in excellent condition, no damage. The top has a couple of minute shallow marks, but overall, excellent condition all round.
Crystal and silver dressing table pot - rectangular, with heavily embossed top of flowers and scrolls. Base is crystal, hobnail cut. Interior of sterling silver lid is gilded. Hallmarked for Birmingham, England, 1903. Maker's mark is W.D. (probably the mark of William Devenport). Excellent condition. No chips to the crystal. No dents or damage to the silver. Measures 30 mm high, 88 mm long and 37 mm wide(1.3/16 inches by 3.7/16 inches by 1.7/16 inches).
VICTORIAN MERIDAN SILVER PLATE COVERED SUGAR BOWL. MADE BY MERIDAN CO. (1867-1941). ENGRAVED 'NELLIE' ON THE LID. LARGE BOWL FROM AROUND 1890. NICE DEEP PRESSED FLORAL PATTERN ON BOTH SIDES. 4 1/4in TALL, 4in ACROSS THE BASE. HOLDS ABOUT 2 CUPS. NO DENTS OR REPAIRS. SILVER PLATING IS VISIBLY WORN. see close ups.
4 PIECE ART DECO SILVER PLATED INDIVIDUAL OR BREAKFAST TEA SET. MARKED ONLY WITH THE NUMBER 1862, NO MAKERS MARK THAT I CULD FIND. ALL PIECES HAVE A NAME MONOGRAMED ON THE SIDE I CAN'T MAKE OUT. THE CREAMER AND COFFEE POT HAVE A VERY SLIGHT DENT. PLATING IS VISIBLY WORN ON ALL PIECES. (see close up pictures). TEAPOT HOLDS 2 CUPS, 4in TALL. HOT WATER/COFFEE POT HOLD 2 3/4 CUPS, 6 1/4in TALL. CREAM PITCHER HOLDS 3/4 CUP, 4in TALL. COVERED SUGAR BOWL 3 3/4in TALL, HOLD ABOUT 1 CUP. NICE GREEK KEY PATTERN, WOULD BE LOVELY RE-SILVERED. email me for additional pictures.
ONEIDA CHAMPAGNE/WINE COASTER WITH GLASS INSERT. SILVERPLATED TRAY IS 5 5/8in WIDE, GLASS INSERT IS 3 3/4in WIDE. HOLDS A 3in BOTTLE. USED CONDITION, HAS SURFACE SCRATCHES, NO WORN SPOTS OR CHIPS. MARKED ON BOTTOM Wm. ROGERS.
These are lovely pair of sterling silver salt and pepper, Hallmarked as Birmingham Sterling silver circa 1925, Lovely Art Deco pierced style with cobalt blue glass liners, Each measuring approximately 2 inches high.