Home Decor: Silver
Reed and Barton Francis 1st Sterling Silver: eight 5-piece place settings Francis I pattern was introduced in 1908. Designer Ernest Meyer wanted to emulate the extraordinary work of Benvenuto Cellini, court artist to King Francis I of France. The French Renaissance pattern contains 15 fruits and flowers designs, to commemorate the king's ascension to the throne in 1515. Forty-piece set includes 8 each knives, forks, salad forks, teaspoons, and soup spoons.
Service for 8 sterling silver in King Richard Pattern by Towle Silversmiths. 48-piece set includes 8 each knives, forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soup spoons and butter knives. Made in USA. King Richard serving pieces available separately.
Service for 12 Cluny silver-plate flatware by Christofle. Place setting includes knife, fork, coffee spoon, soup spoon, dessert fork and and dessert knife, plus one each serving fork and serving spoon. All contained in a solid wood silver chest. Made in France. Chest is 19" x 15" x 9.5"
English silver cigarette case engraved all over with foliate patterns except for an escutcheon in the middle for your initials. Gold washed interior. British hallmarks tell us that it was made by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham, England: 1921. 2-1/2”x 3-1/2”.
Walter Willson, Ltd, London 1949. 2” x 4 x 4” tall.
Set of 4 sterling silver scallop shell nut dishes. Made mid 20th C by Revere Silversmiths. 3 1/4”x3 1/4”x 1/2”tall.
Tea service from Germany includes teapot, creamer and 8 silver cup holders with 7 glass inserts. Made of .800 and .835 grade silver.
Elegant English sterling silver sugar bowl made in London, 1898. 7” x 3.5” x 5” tall.
Footed silver serving dish made by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, England: 1920. Sheffield. sterling. 8 1/4”x7”x4” tall.
Don't let drops or a ring from a wine bottle ruin your table or table cloth. Protect yourself with a handsome Sheffield silver wine bottle coaster. 7” Diameter x 2” tall.
Art deco sterling silver vase. (We let you do the polishing) 3.5” diameter x 10” tall.
A porringer is a small bowl, typically with a handle, used for soup, stew, or similar dishes, but today more commonly holds nuts or candy. This Queen Anne style example is by WEB Silver Company. 4” diameter x 1.25” deep.
English sterling silver footed tray by Lionel Alfred Crichton, made in London, 1917. This makes a great base for displaying other pieces of silver or your decanters. 14.5" Diameter x 2” Tall.
18th C has a beautiful form and detailed craftsmanship. Made in Sheffield, England, by Charles Wright, 1774. 8.5” x 4" x 11”.
Sterling silver "tastevin" (wine taster) from Cartier. You can also use it for sauce or passing nuts. Made 1970. 3-1/2” diameter. 3/4” tall.
Pair of petite sterling silver baskets with swivel handles made by H Matthews, Sheffield, England: 1904. 4" x 3-3/8" x 4-1/4"
"Unicorn Dyonisiaque" by Surrealist master Salvador Dali (who has a museum up the road from here) is a robust sculptured relief worked in Sterling silver. Made by the Lincoln Mint. 8” diameter.
Made London, England, by Lionel Alfred Crichton: 1928. 5” diameter
A different way to sip your cocktails and it's even posher than fine lead crystal. Set of 6 hand hammered, sterling silver lowball glasses. Made by Brandimarte in Florence, Italy. 3” diameter x 3” tall. We also have a Brandimarte silver pitcher.
Modernist hammered silver pitcher by Brandimarte of Florence, Italy. Stamped with Brandimarte maker's marks and Italian hallmarks, as shown. Hand made 1990s. 5-1/8" x 4" x 10-1/2. We also have 6 hand hammered sterling silver drinking glasses from Brandimarte.
Beautiful silver urn or vase marked as coin silver (800/1000). It has etched foliage and applied scroll leaf embellishments. Set with a 3/4" simulated dark green jade oval cabochon on each side. Scroll leaf handles. Circa 1890. 7” x 6” wide x 14.75” tall
Amazing trinket box in the form of a chest on stand. It is made of .935 silver (finer than Sterling) and the tiny details are amazing. 3” x 2” x 3”tall.
Pair of elegant Sheffield silver-plate candlesticks in English Baroque style. London, early 20th C. 5” square x 9” tall
How many generations of women do you imagine kindled candles in these holders? How many more generations of your family will do the same? Made by Henneberg in Warsaw, Poland circa 1900. Silver on Copper. 5” x 5" x 12”.
Vintage, silver plated lily pad tray for serving tasty nibbles at your next party. Made 1940s by Reed and Barton. 20.5” x 13.5”.
Service for 12 Reed and Barton "Burgundy." Burgundy, introduced 1949, is a French Renaissance style pattern. It is a less ornate version of Francis I. Seventy-two pieces: 12 each knives, forks, salad forks, teaspoons, cream soup spoons and butter knives.
Alfredo Villasana sterling silver wine server makes any wine seem extra special. The basket woven from silver wire and flat sterling ribbon. The handle is braided silver chain. Sterling hallmarks and Villasana maker's mark on bottom. 10-7/8" x 3-1/8" x 8" tall.
Scandinavian Modern silver pitcher. For pouring water or wine at your holiday table, or just for admiring. Mid 20th C, .800/1000 silver. 5.25" x 4" x 9.25".
Antique Sheffield silver candlesticks. The classical harp was a popular, Romantic design produced by several Sheffield manufacturers. The graceful, energetic form is all s-curves and flares. Silver plated copper. Stamped ENGLAND with cockle shell hallmark. Made in England, unidentified manufacturer: 19th C. 6" x 2.5" x 12.75"
Williamsburg Shell is colonial style a sterling silver pattern by Kirk-Steiff. Complete service for 8. Serving pieces available separately.