Vintage Rank M Whiting Sterling and Crystal Footed Candy or Mint Dish. This is a lovely piece, elegant with clear lines, estimated age is 1950's. Made for candy or mints the top is crystal with a sterling silver base, base is marked with Rank M Whiting Co Sterling. It is 7 1/2 inches across and 2 inches tall, in excellent condition, no chips and no dings!
ELEGANT SILVER TOAST RACK, EXCELLENT CONDITION, MEASURES 5 1/2 inch x 2 inch wide and about 4 3/4 inch high, IT STANDS ON LOVELY 4 BALL SHAPED FEET, NEEDS SOME POLISHING,US BUYER PLEASE PAY 9.00 FOR SHIPPING PLUS INSURANCE.
GORGEOUS ANTIQUE CHINA TOST STAND, MADE BY STYLECRAFT, MIDWINTER, FASHION TABLEWARE, # 225, ENTITLED - PRINCESS - MEASURES ABOUT 10 3/4 LONG X 4 WIDE X 5 inches HIGH, EXCELLENT, CONDITION, US BUYER TO PAY 12.00 FOR SHIPPING PLUS INSURANCE.THANKS.
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This listing is for a pair of sterling silver cigarette holders. They are marked Towle sterling, the crest, and 111. They are 2-5/8 inches tall and 2-1/8 inches in diameter at the top. There is a rope trim design on base. These cigarette holders match salt and pepper shakers we also are listing. They are in excellent condition with no nicks, dents, or scratches. Weight is approximately 3 ounces.
934. Silver Victorian handled bride's basket with beautiful engraving. 12 inch H with handle up. 9.5 inch square basket. 4 5/8 inch H to basket rim. Sorry I cannot find a mark, although one must be there. This happens to me sometimes. $295 akeslingerantiques.com for artglass
718. Marked Sterling 650 with [Wm B. Kerr/Gorham. Battle-ax on stick with 3 x's on 4 lines in handle of weapon] hallmark. 8.75 inches Diameter, 2.5 inches H. Terrific repousse work on this nicely sized bowl. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for sterling.
715. Marked Sterling 294 and hallmarked with a S in an acorn without the top shape on this repousse dresser box. I think that this is the George C. Shreve & Co mark. I love these wonderful works of art that took days to make even at the turn of the century. View pics carefully to note the there are some small insignificant dents that can be removed from the smooth areas in this soft silver, although the repousse area is in very good condition. $475 Visit:http://akeslingerantiques.com for sterling.
719. This Sterling repousee jewelry set is composed of a necklace, bracelet, and earrings. Necklace marked Sterling on clasp. 16 inches L, each repousee piece is 5/8 inch Diameter. Bracelet is 7 inches L. Matching earrings have 5/8 inch D repouse piece. $495. set. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for sterling.