American sterling silver trophy Panama Pacific International Exposition San Francisco 1915, made by Shreve & Co, 1915.
This handsome trophy is 9 3/8" tall, 6 3/4" across the handles, the trophy has a weighted base, and it weighs 463 grams or 14.9 ozs Troy.
The inscription reads: Second Prize arbitrary handicap Schooners September 5, 1915. Won by "Seafarer" L. A. Norris. owner.
The trophy is in an excellent original condition.
Centerpiece Fruit Bowl Sterling Silver John Edward Terrey London 1829.
This handsome bowl has lion mask handles, and a crest with a motto: Ad Finem, which means To the End.
The bowl measures 11 1/4" long, 8 5/8" wide, 5 1/4" tall and weighs 943 grams or 30.3 ozs Troy.
Antique Tiffany and Co Italian Set of 12 Dessert Knives Sterling Silver 1870.
These elegant knives have an original vermeil matte finish. Each knife is 7 1/2" long. The knives are monogrammed FNH in an ornate period script on the back of the handle.
Inscribed as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
Antique Mixed Metals Cigar Humidor Barrel Shaped Black Starr and Frost, c.1890.
This handsome humidor is 7" tall, 5 1/2" in diameter. The patina is brown. The lid handle has a monogram removal.
Very Good condition with no dents, very minor wear, that is consistent with age and usage.
English sterling silver dresser vanity box designed by Harmony Kingdom Artistic Director Martin Perry and crafted by Robert Glover, in London 2000.
This beautiful box is 2 3/4" wide, 1 1/2" tall and weighs 248 grams or 8 ozs Troy.
The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no monograms, make this an especially attractive offering.
Victorian sterling silver and carved bone fish serving set decorated with foliate and rose decorations, Sheffield 1896, made by Allen and Darwin. This beautiful set is: the fork is 9 1/2" long, the knife is 12 3/8" long. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent estate original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no monograms, removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.