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Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu


Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu

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Tuesday 19 November 2013 PREVIEW FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER | 10AM - 5PM SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER | 10 AM - 3PM SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER | 12PM - 4PM MONDAY 18 NOVEMBER | 10AM - 5PM AUCTION TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER I 12PM european silver, LOTS 1-116 objects of vertu, LOTS 117-174 english silver, LOTS 175-236 american silver, LOTS 237-389 american arts and crafts silver, LOTS 390-450 marketplace silver, lots 451-554

P R O P E RTY F R O M TH E E STATE S O F Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin Louis M. and Linda M. Byron, Tucson, Arizona Bertha Paglin Ferman, Highlands Ranch, Colorado Alice Gutnayer, Northbrook, Illinois John Kennedy, Sr., Highland Park, Illinois Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio Peggy G. Richards, Barrington, Illinois Virginia Rogers, Chicago, Illinois Martha Siragusa, Chicago, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois Jeanne Marienthal Westcott, Chicago, Illinois

P R O P E RTY F R O M TH E CO L L E C TI O N S O F Ms. Norma Babycos, West Palm Beach, Florida Constance Bach, Bayside, Wisconsin Marilyn Callender, Denver, Colorado Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Richard Friedman, Chicago, Illinois

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John Heiner, Naperville, Illinois Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois Kathy Riley, Chicago, Illinois Eleni Roumelioti, Athens, Greece Alice Welsh Skilling and Raymond Skilling Collection, Chicago, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wm West, Glencoe, Illinois

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www.lesliehindman.com Cover Lot 353 A Set of Twelve American Silver Dinner Plates, Tiffany & Co.

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Contents EUROPEAN SILVER

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OBJECTS of vertu

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english silver

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american silver

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american arts and crafts silver

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marketplace silver

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Silversmith INDEX

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AUCTION INQUIRIES

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

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TELEPHONE / ABSENTEE BID FORM

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European Silver | Lots 1 – 116


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An Italian Silver Bowl, Buccellati, Circa 1965,

of lobed oval form, raised on a conforming shaped oval foot, marked on underside of foot; 16 ozt 11 dwt. Length 8 7/8 inches. $1,200-1,800 2

An Italian Silver Bowl and Spoon, Buccellati, 20th Century,

the circular bowl with two shell form handles, the spoon in the form of an oak leaf with twig-form handle, together with a small shell-form spoon on a chain, bowl marked BUCCELLATI STERLING and stamped 925; 8 ozt 2 dwt. Length of bowl over handles 7 1/2 inches. $300-500 1

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A Set of Continental Silver Finger Bowls, Possibly Italian, Circa 1930,

shaped circular, the beaded rims with leaf-tips at intervals, gilt interiors, marked on bases and with French control mark; 31 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 4 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 4

An Continental Silver Two-Handled Punch Bowl, Possibly Italian, Circa 1930,

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oval with undulating rim and applied leaf-tip borders, the sides with quatrefoil cartouches, capped scroll handles, removable cut-glass liner, marked on foot and with French control mark; 36 ozt 14 dwt excluding liner. Length over handles 17 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000


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An Italian Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Mario Buccellati, Mid 20th Century,

An Italian Silver and Cut-Glass Centerpiece, Milan, Mid 20th Century,

An Italian Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Mario Buccellati, Milan, Circa 1940,

comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, of baluster form with tooled surfaces, with wood scroll handles and wood knop finials, marked on bases; 90 ozt 7 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 11 1/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

comprising a circular silver stand with raised center, the well applied with fully-modeled clusters of fruit, foliage and thistles, and two glass bowls with lattice sides and a matching glass cover fitting both bowls, the large bowl with detachable matching silver collar, the smaller glass caviar bowl with a detachable silver ring base, stand, collar and base stamped 800 and with Italian standard marks; 94 ozt 16 dwt excluding glass. Diameter of stand 16 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

the shaped oval bowl applied at ends with robust acanthus scroll handles, the sides centered by foliate arabesques, raised on four openwork scroll supports headed by leaf-tips, underside engraved “1967 Silver Anniversary and Christmas With Love, Bud,� marked on underside; 39 ozt 2 dwt. Length over handles 19 inches. Property from a Private Collection, Chicago, Illinois $3,000-5,000

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An Italian Silver Two-Handled Cup, Fratelli Caccione, Milan, 4th Quarter 20th Century,

of baluster form, etched with a band of ribbon tied foliage against a ribbed ground, one side with two loop handles, marked on base; 17 ozt 8 dwt. Height 6 inches. $500-700 9

An Italian Silver Flatware Service, Venice, Circa 1930,

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the handles of trefid-form with mid-rib, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 18 fish knives 18 fish forks 6 dessert knives 6 dessert forks 12 dessert spoons 6 teaspoons 24 coffee spoons 2-piece fish serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 serving spoon 1 punch ladle 1 pie server together with a similar tablespoon 121 pieces; 180 ozt 3 dwt excluding knives. $5,000-7,000 10

An Italian Silver Part Flatware Service, Buccellati, Mid 20th Century, Savoy pattern, comprising 8 dinner forks 8 fish/salad forks 8 dessert spoons 8 teaspoons 32 pieces; 55ozt 4 dwt. $1,000-2,000 11 10

Four Italian Silver Dessert Plates and Four Salts, Circa 1940, the plates with reeded borders, undersides with maker’s mark a chalice, the circular salts with gadroon borders on three paw feet, removable glass liners Passoni, Venice, together with a pair of American silver casters with gadrooned borders, weighted bases, Crown Silver, NY, 40 ozt 6 dwt weighable. Diameter of plates 8 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of Danish Silver Compotes, No. 242, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Circa 1930, designed by Georg Jensen circa 1917, the circular bowls with flaring rim, raised on openwork stems formed of leaves and berried tendrils centered by a central berried bud, on stepped circular bases, underside of base engraved “EDNA STEINAM ROSENTHAL - 1930,” marked on bases; 29 ozt 11 dwt. Height 4 7/8 inches. $3,000-5,000

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A Danish Silver Humidor, No. 329B, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1925-32,

designed by Georg Jensen circa 1919, rectangular with partly-beaded base rim, the hinged cover centered by recessed lozenge and bud finial, wood liner, marked on base and inside cover; 34 ozt 13 dwt excluding liner. Length 8 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A Danish Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set, No. 2D, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 194577,

“Blossom” pattern, designed by Georg Jensen circa 1905, comprising coffee pot, creamer and sugar, all ovoid on three scroll feet and with carved ivory handles at right angles to spouts, the covers with blossom and beaded tendril finials, marked on undersides; 42 ozt 2 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 8 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000

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A Danish Silver Three-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, No. 88, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1933-44, designed by Georg Jensen 1916-18, comprising a teapot, coffee pot and covered sugar bowl, with spot-hammered surfaces and with rope-twist and lobed borders, the wood handles carved with leaves and beaded tendrils, conforming wood finials, marked on bases; 52 ozt 12 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 9 3/4 inches. $4,000-6,000 16

A Danish Silver Bowl, No. 197A, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1933-44,

designed by Georg Jensen circa 1916, circular with slightly flaring rim, raised on an openwork leaf, berry and grape stem, marked and numbered on base; 21 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 7 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

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A Danish Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1925-33,

“Blossom� pattern, designed by Georg Jensen circa 1905, comprising a coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, ovoid raised on three scroll feet, with beaded tendril and blossom finials, the carved ivory handles at right angles to spouts, marked on bases, coffee pot numbered 2B, creamer 2A, and sugar bowl 2C; 26 ozt 14 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 7 inches. $3,000-5,000 18

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Six Danish Silver Salts and Matching Salt Spoons, No. 110, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1933-44, designed by Georg Jensen circa 1919, the circular bowls with scroll handle terminating in two bifurcated ball feet, spoons with scroll handles; marked near handles 3 ozt 10 dwt. Length of salt 2 inches. $700-900

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A Danish Silver Centerpiece Bowl, No. 296, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1919-27,

Eight Danish Silver Small Dishes, No. 355 B, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Circa 1933-44,

designed by Georg Jensen in 1919, the oval bowl with flaring rim and ring handles applied with grape clusters at angles, the partly lobed base applied with running grapevine, marked on base and with French import marks; 61 ozt 4 dwt. Length 14 5/8 inches.

designed by Gundorph Albertus in 1920, circular applied with shell-form handles, marked on bases; 10 ozt 1 dwt. Length over handles 3 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

Provenance: Senor Enrique Santamarina (1887-1938), Cordoba, Vice President of Argentina, 1928-1930, reputedly purchased at the Paris Exposition des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels, 1925. Thence by decent to the present owner $15,000-20,000

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A Danish Silver Flatware Service, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1933-77, Acorn pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 butter spreaders 12 lunch forks 12 fish forks 12 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 12 coffee spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 small sauce ladle 98 pieces; 95 ozt 15 dwt excluding knives. $7,000-9,000 22 21

A Danish Silver Two-Piece Salad Serving Set, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 194577,

Acorn pattern, comprising a spoon and fork; marked on reverse of handles; 5 ozt 4 dwt. Length of longer 8 1/2 inches. $150-250 23*

A Danish Silver Flatware Service, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77,

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Scroll pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 salad forks 6 butter spreaders 12 dessert spoons 11 teaspoons 2 tablespoons 8 iced tea spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 cheese knife 1 sugar spoon 1 letter opener 78 pieces; 112 ozt 3 dwt weighable. Property from the Estate of John Kennedy, Sr., Highland Park, Illinois $4,000-6,000 24

A Danish Silver Flatware Service, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1915-32, Rope pattern, comprising 10 dinner knives 9 dinner forks 10 butter spreaders 12 lunch forks 8 dessert spoons 8 teaspoons 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold cut fork 60 pieces, 63 ozt 5 dwt excluding knives. $3,000-5,000

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Two Danish Silver Cheese Servers, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77, Continental pattern, comprising a cheese knife and a cheese plane, together with two American silverplate servers with similar handles. Length of cheese plane 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Martha Siragusa, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 25

A Danish Silver Part Flatware Service, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77 Acorn pattern, comprising 5 dinner knives, long handles 3 dinner knives, short handles 11 dinner forks 7 salad forks 2 fish forks 5 teaspoons 7 soup spoons 4 citrus spoons 7 coffee spoons 8 demitasse spoons 8 salad servers in sizes 1 cake knife 1 preserves spoon 1 bottle opener 1 master butter knife 1 letter opener 72 pieces; 53 ozt 7 dwt weighable. $4,500-6,500

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A Danish Silver Two-Piece Carving Set, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77,

comprising a carving knife and carving fork, the handles chased with overlapping leaf-tip and with conforming ball terminals, stainless blades and tines. Length of knife 10 7/8 inches. $300-500

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A Danish Silver Fish Server, No. 102, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1908-10,

the blade chased and pierced with scrolls, handle with shell terminal, engraved on reverse with initials T-M, marked on reverse and with London import marks for 1910; 4 ozt 7 dwt. Length 10 5/8 inches. $300-500 28

A Danish Silver Small Tray, No. 632, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Circa 1933-44, Pyramid pattern, designed by Haral Nielsen in 1931, circular form with stepped geometric handles, marked on base; 6 ozt 7 dwt. Length over handles 6 3/4 inches. $500-700 29

A Danish Silver Mustard Pot and Spoon, No. 632, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 193344,

Pyramid pattern, designed by Harald Nielsen in 1930, spherical on stepped base and flying strap handle, blue enamel interior, the matching spoon with horn bowl marked on handle; 3 ozt 1 dwt gross. Length 2 3/4 inches. $400-600

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A Danish Silver Sauce Boat, No. 686, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Circa 1933-44, designed by Harald Nielsen in 1932, spherical on disc-shaped foot, with flying ebonized wood handle, marked on base; 9 ozt 19 dwt gross. Length 6 1/8 inches. $800-1,200 31

A Danish Silver Bowl, No. 1131B, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1965-77

designed by Henning Koppel in 1965, the shallow circular bowl with tapered sides, with original Jensen box marked on base; 8 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 6 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500 32

A Danish Stainless Steel Paper Weight, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, Late 20th Century,

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designed by Henning Koppel, in the form of a stylized frog, with original presentation box marked on underside. Length 3 inches. $50-70 33

A Danish Silver Sauce Boat, No. 896, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1945-77,

desigend by Jorgen Jensen in 1940, of tapered oval form on a spreading circular base, with bi-furcated upper handle terminal, marked on base; 9 ozt 12 dwt gross. Length 6 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 34

Four Danish Silver Serving Articles, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1912-77 31

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comprising 1 pierced serving spoon, No. 38, designed by Georg Jensen in 1912,with London import marks for 1926 1 serving spoon, No. 38, with London import marks for 1931 1 serving fork, No. 38 1 sauce ladle, Acorn pattern 14 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. $800-1,200


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A Pair of Danish Silver Two-Light Candelabra, No. 1087, Georg Jensen Silversmithy, Copenhagen, 1960-77,

designed by Soren Georg Jensen in 1960, of cylindrical U-form with sunken candle sockets, the sides with tapered openings, marked on bases; 51 ozt 8 dwt. Height 7 inches. $12,000-18,000 36

A Danish Silver Water Pitcher, Kay Fisker for A. Michelsen, Copenhagen, Circa 1950,

of baluster form with slender neck and loop handle, marked on base; 20 ozt 1 dwt. Height 9 5/8 inches. $5,000-7,000

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A Danish Silver Beaker, Mogens Ballin, Copenhagen, Early 20th Century,

of inverted bell form with slightly flaring rim, the lower body chased with lobes and leaf-tips and applied with four rings, marked on base M. BALLINS EFT S826 and HB conjoined; 6 ozt 8 dwt. Height 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 38*

A Norwegian Silver Beaker, J. Tostrup, Oslo, Early 20th Century,

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cylindrical with flaring rim, the side applied with a coin bearing the portrait of Oscar II King of Sweden and Norway, the spreading foot rim embossed and chased with foliage and arabesques, marked on base and numbered 7628 D; 6 ozt 14 dwt. Height 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 39*

A Swedish Silver Beaker, Maker’s Mark KA, 1932,

tapering cylindrical, the circular base and lower body chased with sweeping lobes, marked on base rim; 7 ozt 12 dwt. Height 8 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 40*

A Swedish Silver Beaker, Circa 1920,

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of inverted pear from, the spreading circular foot chased with gadrooned and beaded bands and inscribed “Minne au Nattvardsbarn May 1922, marked near base rim and with German import marks; 4 ozt 10 dwt. Height 6 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $250-350 41

A Swedish Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set, Maker’s Mark CAN, Malm, 1880,

comprising a coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, of vase form with chased leaf-tip borders, the bodies engraved with ribbon and floral swags and applied with masks, bud finials, coffee pot engraved with inscription dated 1883, marked on bodies and covers; 51 ozt 11 dwt. Height of coffee pot 11 1/8 inches. $1,200-1,800 42*

A German Silver Jardiniere, A. Roesner, Dresden, Circa 1900,

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of bombé oval form, the sides chased with rocaille and floral sprigs, centered on both sides by a rococo cartouches engraved with initial W, raised on four scroll supports cast with shellwork and with matching handles, with removable metal liner, marked on underside; 86 ozt 14 dwt excluding liner. Length over handles 21 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500


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A Pair of German Silver Four-Light Candelabra, A. Roesner, Dresden, Circa 1900,

the stepped shaped circular bases and baluster stems cast with rocaille and asymmetrical scrolls, rising to detachable tops formed of four scrolling branches formed of overlapping leaves and surmounted by conforming drip pans and vase form sconces, detachable nozzles, marked throughout, 925 standard; 219 ozt 14 dwt. Height 19 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $6,000-8,000

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A Pair of German Silver Compotes, A. Roesner, Dresden, Circa 1900,

the shallow shaped circular bowls chased with shellwork and centered by a rocaille paterae, raised on baluster stems and stepped domed bases cast with asymmetrical shellwork, marked on base rims, 925 standard; 59 ozt. Height 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500 45

A Massive German Silver Kettle on Lampstand, Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, Circa 1900,

the globular pot engraved with guilloche borders and with partly fluted spout, the lampstand raised on four scroll supports linked by aprons pierced with scrolls, marked throughout; 114 ozt gross. Height overall 18 inches. $3,500-4,500 46

Two German Silver Bowls, Late 19th Century,

the first gilt, of oval form, embossed and chased in high relief with sprays of fruit, maker’s mark CR under a coronet, the second circular with turned-over rim, pierced with lattice and chased with fruit and flowers, with Hanau marks; 22 ozt 14 dwt. Length of larger 10 3/4 inches. $600-800

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A Continental Silver Figure of a Reindeer and Sleigh, Probably German, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

A German Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Circa 1900,

A Continental Silver Bowl, Probably German, Early 20th Century,

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oval with shaped rocaille rim, the sides pierced and engraved with scrolling foliage and embossed with swags of roses, raised on a matching octagonal base, one side engraved with initial W, marked on base rim; 44 ozt 16 dwt. Length 15 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

A German Silver Presentation Cup and Cover, Circa 1890,

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formed as a stag pulling a sleigh, the sleigh and reigns decorated with rococo ornament, gilt interior, sleigh stamped 800; 11 ozt 12 dwt. Length 10 1/2 inches. $700-900

on a partly lobed stepped circular base, rising to a baluster stem, the inverted pear-form bowl engraved with a strapwork cartouche inscribed “Hern Pankaufseher Carl Nemose genridmet von den Besitzern des Stern,” the conforming cover engraved “1864 11 August 1889,” marked on base rim; 16 ozt 12 dwt. Height 16 inches. Property from the Collection of a Lady, Oak Brook, Illinois $500-700 49

A German Silver Tray, Bruckmann & Söhne, Heilbronn, Mid/Late 19th Century,

shaped oval, the border chased with rococo scrolls and floral sprays, the center engraved with a shellwork and floral cartouche centered by contemporary arms, marked on underside; 30 ozt 5 dwt. Length 17 inches. $700-900

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Four German Silver Candlesticks, Old Heidelberg, J. Reiner, 20th Century, on circular bases decorated with running scrolls, rising to baluster stems, conforming fixed drip pans, weighted, marked near base rims. Height 9 inches. $800-1,200 52*

A German Silver Bowl and Cover, Gebrüder Kühn, Schwäbisch Gmünd, First Half 20th Century, the deep circular bowl with scroll and flower rim, raised on conforming bracket supports, the domed cover with ball finial and pierced with circles to hold flowers, marked on underside of bowl, 925 standard; 22 ozt. Diameter 8 5/8 inches. Property from the Alice Welsh Skilling and Raymond Skilling Collection, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

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circular, the shaped rim applied with reeded band decorated with leaf-tips at intervals, gilt interior, marked on base and stamped 800; 18 ozt. Diameter 9 3/8 inches. $400-600 54

A Continental Silver Tray and Similar Waiter, Mid/Late 19th Century,

comprising an oval tray applied with knotted rope border and a circular waiter, both with engine-turned decoration to centers, tray probably German, marked 0800, the salver probably Austrian marked 13/OK; 24 ozt 10 dwt. Length of larger 13 5/8 inches. $600-800 55

A Continental Parcel-Gilt Silver Chalice, Probably Austrian, Circa 1860, in 17th century form, with lobed baluster stem and shaped circular base chased with acanthus and stylized flowers, the cup with inscription dated 1862, weighted, marked on base rim. Height 9 1/8 inches. $500-700


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A Pair of Austrian Silver Four-Light Candelabra, Vienna, Circa 1900, raised on three bracket feet cast with scrolls and flowers rising to stepped domed bases chased and pierced with rocaille, flowers and lattice, the baluster stems chased with leaf-tips and pierced with bellflowers, with central light and three scroll branches, vase form sconces with fixed drip pans, bases and stems with maker’s mark C pellet W and guarantee mark; 64 ozt 4 dwt. Height 24 1/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 57

A Continental Silver Punch Bowl, Circa 1880,

the circular bowl engraved on one side with contemporary arms and supporters and inscribed on the other “ZURICH 1882 Grande course de haies TREYTORRENS de LOYS,” the ring handles issuing from the mouths of lions, raised on a stepped circular base, gilt interior; marked on underside with maker’s mark G. HOTER; 59 ozt 8 dwt. Length over handles 13 1/2 inches. The arms are those of de Loys. $1,500-2,500

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A Swiss Silver Eleven-Piece Tete-a-Tete Service, Jezler, Schaffhausen, Mid 19th/Late Century,

comprising a teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, tea caddy, oval tray, 2 teacups, 2 finger bowls and 2 strainers, of oval drum form, bright-cut and engraved with guilloche borders and contemporary arms and supporters under a coronet, marked on bases, teapot with maker’s mark PF flanking a shield, possibly Bern; 52 ozt 4 dwt gross. Length of teapot 9 1/4 inches. The arms are those of de Rivez.. $1,500-2,500 59

Two Matching Swiss Silver Pitchers, Mid 19th Century,

both bright-cut and engraved with guilloche bands at shoulders, wood scroll handles, marked on bases, one by Jezler, Schffhausen, the other with maker’s mark OB, Lausanne; 18 ozt 14 dwt gross. Height 6 1/8 inches. $400-600 57

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A Swiss Silver Coffee Pot, Jezler, Schaffhausen, Late 19th Century,

of baluster form with rod handle at right angle to spout, the body engraved with contemporary arms, the cover with running leave and chevrons, raised on three scroll supports, together with a similar German creamer engraved with arms and supporters, marked on bases, coffee pot retailed by P. Blondin; 20 ozt 9 dwt. Height of chocolate pot 9 1/2 inches. The arms are those of de Rivez. $500-700

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A Suite of Continental Silver Table Articles, Mid 19th-Early 20th Century,

all with shaped reeded rims, comprising a French circular entree dish, maker’s mark AL a bird between, a larger circular entree dish, marked A.COLLETT 900, a Swiss circular platter with inscription dated 12 November 1867, maker’s mark R&G, probably Bern, a Swiss oval meat platter, Jezler, Schaffhausen, circular bowl, maker’s mark a bird on a key, and a sauce boat with leaf-capped handle, marked 800M; 111 ozt 17 dwt. Length of largest 17 3/4 inches. The arms are those of de Rivez, and the crest is that of de Loys. $2,500-3,500 61

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A Swiss Silver Meat Platter, Mid 19th Century,

circular with reeded rim, the border engraved with contemporary arms under a coronet, marked on rim with maker’s mark and town mark unclear; 29 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 12 inches. The arms are those of de Rivez. $700-900 63

A Swiss Silver Part Flatware Service, Jezler, Schaffausen, Late 19th Century,

dinner forks and tablespoons with retailer’s mark of Louis Mugnier & Cie., Geneva, Fiddle Thread pattern, engraved with contemporary arms and corresponding crest, comprising 12 dinner forks 18 lunch forks 12 tablespoons 19 dessert spoons 61 total; 111 ozt 7 dwt. The arms and crests are those of de Loys. $2,000-4,000 64

A Continental Silver Dessert Flatware Service, Probably German, Early 20th Century, 62

the handles decorated with rocaille, comprising 12 dessert knives 11 dinner forks 8 dessert spoons together with 12 German teaspoons, similar pattern, gilt 43 pieces; 30 ozt 17 dwt $800-1,200 65

A Group of Continental Silver Spoons,

comprising 3 tablespoons, probably Heinrich Wilhem Kompff, Kassel, Germany, late 18th century 3 tablespoons, maker’s mark HP/S, Frankfurt-onMain, Germany, late 18th century 1 tablespoon, Russian, early 19th century 7 pieces, 10 ozt 16dwt. $500-700

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A Pair of Swiss Silver Candesticks, Lausanne, Circa 1770,

on shaped circular bases with reeded rims, rising to tapered cylindrical stems partly chased with sweeping flutes, the conforming nozzles stamped with monogram R.H.G., detachable shaped circular nozzles, bases stamped multiple time with maker’s mark PP/XI/D and Lausanne town mark; 18 ozt 18 dwt. Height 9 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

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An Italian Silver Coffee Pot, 1760-70,

of paneled baluster form, the neck engraved with a shepherd and goat, flowers, bird and shellwork and with block initials R.V, the lower spout engraved with a grotesque mask springing from flowering foliage and shellwork and terminating in a monster head, conforming domed cover with acorn finial, marked on base three times with maker’s mark GM in an oval; 38 ozt 11 dwt gross. Height 12 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A French Silver-Gilt Ecuelle and Cover, Puiforcat, Paris, 20th Century,

in Régence taste, the circular bowl with cast handles decorated with male and female medallions surrounded by strapwork, the stepped dome cover with strapwork and shells against a matted ground, knop finial topped with a female medallion, bowl and cover with maker’s mark and guarantee mark, base also engraved Puiforcat Paris in script; 42 ozt 9 dwt. Length over handles 11 5/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 69

A French Silver-Plate Mirror Plateau, Late 19th Century,

shaped oval, the sides with rococo scrolls and foliage, on splayed scroll supports and with conforming handles. Length over handles 19 1/8 inches. $300-500 70

A French Silver Diminutive Chocolate Pot, Leon Lapar, Paris, Late 19th century,

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of baluster form, spirally fluted with rocaille at lower body and rim, raised on three pad feet, with wood handle at right angle to spout, marked with maker’s mark and guarantee mark; 5 ozt 17 dwt gross. Height 5 1/8 inches. $300-500 21


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A French Silver Three-Piece Tea Set, Alphonse Debain, Paris, Circa 1915,

comprising a teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, all of squat baluster form, engraved with oval strapwork cartouches enclosing script initials GC and flanked by sprays of flowers and foliate scrolls, all raised on three beaded scroll feet, berry cluster finials, bodies and covers with maker’s mark and guarantee mark; 28 ozt gross. Height of coffee pot 9 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 72

A Pair of French Silver Tazze, Puiforcat, Paris, Early 20th Century,

in Empire style, the circular dishes and trumpet-form bases with running leaf-tip and beaded borders, each marked top of foot with maker’s mark and guarantee mark; 38 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500

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A French Silver “Turkish” Coffee Pot, Emile Hugo, Paris, Circa 1880, Retailed by Cardeilhac,

baluter form with elongated neck, the body engineturned and engraved on both sides with Greek Key reserves enclosing initials BF, marked with maker’s mark and guarantee mark, also stamped CARDEILHAC; 16 pzt 8 dwt gross. Height 9 1/2 inches. An identical, slightly later pot marked for Tetard is illustrated Allan, David, French Orientalist Silver of the 19th Century, 2003, p. 51. $1,400-2,400 74

A French Silver and Cut-Glass Claret Jug, Albert Beaufort, Paris, Circa 1900, of baluster form, the silver mounts chased with rocaille and sweeping flutes, the lift-off cover with cast floral swag, rope-twist scroll handle, base and shoulder mounts with maker’s marks and guarantee mark, cover with guarantee mark. Height 9 1/2 inches. $700-900

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A Pair of French Silver Sugar Casters, Maker’s Mark EE, Second Half 20th Century,

the bodies chased with lobes and ribbon-tied floral swags, acorn finials, with removable silver-plate liners, base rims with maker’s mark and guarantee, covers with maker’s mark only;11 ozt 15 dwt. Height 7 1/8 inches. $400-600

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A “Rococo” Silver-Plate Mirrored Table Plateau, Probably French,

of shaped square form, the frieze, boldly cast with rocaille and grapevine. Length 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

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A French Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Emile Hugo, Paris, Circa 1880,

the flaring shaped circular rim applied with flowering vines, the sides chased with rococo cartouches flanked by cattails, engraved with contemporary arms, underside with maker’s mark and guarantee mark; 38 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 16 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000 77

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A French Silver-Plate Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Christofle, Paris, Circa 1940,

Colbert pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and two-handled tray, of paneled vase form with gadrooned rims and shells at lower handles terminals and spouts, the conforming tray of elongated octagonal form, marked on bases. Length of tray over handles 23 inches. $800-1,200 79

A French Silver Bone Holder, Martial Fray, Paris, Late 19th Century,

of fluted baluster form, the screw with shell terminal, marked on rim with maker’s mark and guarantee mark; 3 ozt 16 dwt gross. Length 5 1/4 inches. $100-200 78 23


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A Pair of French Silver-Gilt Salts, Martial Fray, Paris, Circa 1850,

of oval bombé form with reeded rims and raised on four scroll supports liked by rocaille, engraved with contemporary arms on one side, the removable liners with beaded rims; bodies and liners with maker’s mark and French guarantee mark; 6 ozt 15 dwt Length 3 1/8 inches. The arms are those of de Loys. $500-700

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A French Silver Flatware Service, Retailed by GH, Paris, Mid 19th Century,

marked for Puiforcat, Veyrier and Maison Denière and others, knives with blades by Boin-Taburet, Fiddle Thread pattern, engraved with contemporary arms, comprising 27 dinner knives 18 dinner forks 12 dessert knives 18 dessert spoons 12 teaspoons, engraved with corresponding crest together with 2 matching American silver teaspoons, Frank W Smith 89 pieces; 97 ozt 8 dwt excluding knives. The arms and crests are those of de Loys. $6,000-8,000 82*

A French Silver-Plate Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Christofle, Paris, Late 20th Century,

Perles pattern, comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer, and covered sugar bowl, and two-handled tray, of baluster form with beaded borders, with berried bud finials and ebonized wood scroll handles, the rectangular tray with matching border, with original Christofle presentation boxes; marked on base rims. Length of tray over handles 25 3/4 inches, height of coffee pot 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Eleni Roumelioti, Athens, Greece $600-800

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A Set of Five French Silver Flatware Servers, Early 20th Century,

comprising a three piece carving set, and a twopiece salad serving set with ivory bowl and tines, in a fitted presentation case, the handles engraved with engine-turned lattice and engraved with initials EE in foliate cartouches, all with maker’s mark EE a spade between and guarantee mark. Length of longest 12 1/2 inches. $300-500

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Two Dutch Silver Baskets, Early 20th Century,

larger example of oval handled form with a beaded rim above foliate pierced sides, marked on base with lion passant, smaller example of shaped oval form, the rim with applied putti masks above pierced foliate and lattice sides, raised on four pierced splayed feet, marked on base with lion passant and date mark for 1913; 17 ozt. Length of larger 10 1/8 inches. $500-700 85

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A Dutch Silver and Glass Claret Jug, 1886,

the baluster glass body with sweeping flutes mounted on a domed silver base pieced and chased with lattice, scrolling foliage, and shellwork, the neck mount and hinged cover chased to match, marked on base, neck and handle with lion passant and date letter. Height 12 3/4 inches. $700-900 86

A Dutch Silver Coffee Pot, Maker’s Mark MG, Late 19th Century, the vase form body chased with pastoral landscapes surrounded by dense scrolling foliage against a matted ground, the neck spirally fluted, and with caryatid scroll handle, marked on base with maker’s mark, lion passant and date letter obscured, cover with duty mark; 12 ozt 3 dwt gross. Height 9 3/4 inches. $400-600 87

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Salt and Matching Salt Spoon, Probably G. Klinger, Moscow, Late 19th Century,

in the form of a throne with hinged seat, enameled with polychrome flowers and foliage within turquoise beaded borders, underside with maker’s mark and Kokoshnik mark; 3 ozt 9 dwt. Height 3 inches. $1,500-2,500 88*

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Demitasse Cup and Match Box Safe, Circa 1900,

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both with polychrome flowers and foliage within turquoise beaded borders, both with maker’s mark and Kokoshnik marks for 1868-1908, cup by Sergey Shaposhnikov, Moscow, match box safe with Cyrillic maker’s mark IIM. Height of cup 2 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $400-600 89

Four Russian Silver Cordials, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

comprising a pair engraved with flowers and drapery swag, another engraved with stylized foliage, and a small example engraved with scrolls on a partly matted ground, all marked on bodies and bases, tall cordials possibly by A.A. Aleksandrov; 6 ozt 16 dwt. Height of tallest 5 inches. $500-700

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Three Russian Silver Kiddush Cups and Two Beakers, Late 19th Century,

A Large Continental Parcel-Gilt Silver-Plate Wine Cistern,

A Silver Bowl, Probably Turkish, Circa 1930,

bright-cut and engraved with bands of flowers, foliage and roundels enclosing towns, four marked, tallest kiddush cup apparently unmarked; 5 ozt 6 dwt. Height of tallest 4 inches. $300-500

with rope twist borders, the lower body embossed with gadroons below a band of fluted lobes, raised on four paw feet. Height 11 x width 20 1/4 inches. $400-600

circular, the interior embossed and chased with floral swags and beaded arabesques enclosing sprigs of flowers, central boss with stylized flower and roses, matching applied border, marked 900 twice on underside of rim; 27 ozt. Diameter 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Louis M. and Linda M. Byron, Tucson, Arizona $700-900

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An Ottoman Parcel-Gilt Silver Coffee Pot, Mid 19th Century,

A Pair of Persian Silver Vases, Jozdany, Isfahan, Early 20th Century

A Persian Silver Bowl and Cover, Early 20th Century,

of baluster form, chased with musical instruments and floral garlands, the domed cover with parcel-gilt leafy bud finial, leaf-capped scroll handle, base with assay scrape; 10 ozt. Height 7 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

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the circular bowl and low domed and pierced cover chased engraved overall with foliate arabesques and strapwork; 18 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 7 1/8 inches. $400-600


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A Peruvian Silver Circular Meat Platter, Carlo Mario Camusso, Lima, Mid 20th Century,

A Peruvian Silver Dinner Service, Carlo Mario Camusso, Lima, Mid 20th Century,

A Set of Thirty-Six Peruvian Silver Goblets, Carlo Mario Camusso, Lima, Mid 20th Century,

shaped circular, the scroll rim with leaf-tips alternating with floral sprigs at intervals, marked on underside of rim; 26 ozt 1 dwt. Diameter 14 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $700-900

the shaped scroll rims with leaf-tips alternating with floral sprigs at intervals, comprising 12 chargers 12 salad plates 12 bread plates 26 nut dishes 1 circular well-and-tree platter 1 oval well-and-tree platter 1 fish platter 2 entree dishes, covers and liners 2 sauce boats on stands 4 small sauceboats 12 salts 85 pieces; 576 ozt 7 dwt. Length of fish platter 21 1/4 inches, diameter of charger 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $15,000-20,000

all with tulip form bowls, the shaped circular bases with scrolls and floral sprigs at intervals, comprising 12 water goblets 12 red wine goblets 12 white wine goblets 2 small water pitchers marked on bases; 124 ozt 3 dwt. Height of tallest 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $3,000-5,000

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A Set of Four Peruvian Silver Dishes, Carlo Mario Camusso, Lima, Mid 20th Century,

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all with openwork scroll rims, comprising a pair of boat-form dishes with fluted bowls and raised on scroll feet, and a pair of two oblong dishes, together with a similar tray with shell and scroll rim, marked on bases; 42 ozt 7 dwt. Length of first 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $900-1,200

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A Mexican Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Sanborns, Mexico City, Circa 1950,

comprising teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, sugar bowl, waste bowl and two-handled tray, all with attenuated lobed bodies and leafcapped scroll handles, flower blossom finials, the oval tray with applied with flowers at ends and raised on four shell feet, together with a similar small bowl; marked on bases; 283 ozt 7 dwt gross. Length of tray over handles 29 inches., height of kettle on lampstand 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Pollard Clark, Atlanta, Georgia $5,000-7,000

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A Pair of Mexican Silver Four/Five-Light Candelabra,

on partly lobed domed bases, rising to baluster stems chased with leaf-tips and with four scroll branches topped by lobed drip pans and sconces chased with foliage, conforming central light with removable flame finial, bases engraved with monogram JGR, marked on undersides OR-MEX, 925 and STERLING; 158 ozt 10 dwt. Height 13 5/8 inches. $4,000-6,000

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A Mexican Silver Punch Bowl, Plateria Vigueras, Mexico City, Circa 1930, lobed circular, lightly spot hammered and raised on a spreading circular base, the scroll handles chased with leaves, marked on base; 50 ozt 6 dwt. Length over handles 16 5/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 103

A Mexican Silver Wine Cooler, Juventino Lopez Reyers, Mexico City, Mid 20th Century, of campana form with gadrooned borders and matching loop handles, marked on base; 56 ozt. Height 11 inches. $1,500-2,500

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A Mexican Silver Water Pitcher, Jose Marmolejo, Mexico City, Circa 1950,

of vase form, applied with shell and gadrooned band, capped scroll handle, raised on spreading circular foot, marked on base; 39 ozt 14 dwt. Height 12 1/4 inches. $1,200-1,800 105

A Mexican Silver Salad Set, William Spratling, Taxco, Circa 1940,

the handles bright-cut and engraved with scallops and bellflowers, spoon with tooled bowl, together with a silver and ebony cream ladle, Allan Adler, Studio City, CA; 9 ozt 17 dwt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. $200-400 106*

A Mexican Silver Two-Handled Tray, Maciel, Mexico City, Circa 1940,

rectangular with cut corners and reeded rims, the border embossed with roses against a tooled ground, loop handles, marked on both handles; 105 ozt. Length 28 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $2,500-3,500

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A Mexican Silver Water Pitcher, C. Zurita, Mid 20th Century,

A Silver Figural Vase, Possibly Mexican, 20th Century,

A Mexican Silver Three-Light Candelabra, Maker’s Mark LMM, Second Half 20th Century,

with baluster body and wide rim, the curved handle chased with three rings, marked on base; 24 ozt. Height 9 1/2 inches. $700-900 108

A Mexican Silver Swan-Form Dish, C. Zurita, Mid 20th Century,

the oval dish with undulating rim and handle at one end formed as a swan head and neck, raised on four bracket feet, marked on base; 29 ozt 16 dwt. Length 13 3/4 inches. $800-1,200

tapering cylindrical, embossed and chased in high relief with a male face, base with maker’s mark ?NZ, and stamped 900; 16 ozt 13 dwt. Height 8 1/2 inches. $400-600 110

A Mexican Silver Sauce Boat, Fabian, Mid 20th Century, oval with pointed ends and handle at right angle, marked on base; 12 ozt 18 dwt gross. Length over handle 7 5/8 inches. $300-500

the square base rising to a tapered rectangular stem fitted with recessed sconces, the angular branches with triangular sconces, marked on underside; 28 ozt 8 dwt. Height 14 inches. Property from a Significant Private Collection, Chicago, IL $700-900 112

A Mexican Silver Small Water Pitcher, Jose Marmolejo, Mexico City, Circa 1950,

of vase from on a stepped circular foot, capped loop handle, marked on base; 18 ozt 7 dwt. Height 7 1/2 inches. $500-700

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A Mexican Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set and Tray, Joyeria Real,

comprising coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, and two-handled tray, with lobed bodies, leafcapped scroll handles and flower spray finials, the conforming oval tray chased with flowers at handles, marked on bases; 103 ozt 8 dwt. Width of tray over handles 20 7/8 inches. $2,000-4,000 114

A Portuguese/Brazilian Silver Tray, Early 20th Century,

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circular, raised on three paw feet headed by leaves, the center bright-cut and engraved with wrigglework and running foliate scrolls, the openwork border and rim cast with flowerheads linked by leaves below scallops, marked on base ACOSTA CASA DAS PRAIAS 0.833; 48 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 15 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000 115

A Portuguese Silver Salver, Guilherme Gudes Marcilha, Porto, Circa 1880,

circular, engraved with engine-turned bands, raised on three openwork bracket supports, the underside engraved with presentation inscription, marked on base; 14 ozt 16 dwt. Diameter 9 3/8 inches. $400-600 116*

A Pair of Portuguese Silver Five-Light Candelabra, Porto, Circa 1940,

the stepped circular bases raised on four ribbed bracket feet and supporting four angular scroll branches topped by circular drip pans and conforming urn form sconces, marked on bases, throughout with maker’s mark and standard mark; 48 ozt weighable. Length 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Alice Welsh Skilling and Raymond Skilling Collection, Chicago, Illinois $1,500-2,500

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A Chinese Export Silver Tray, Luen Wo, Shanghai, Late 19th Century,

A Chinese Export Filigree Silver Hair Pin, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

Four Silver Hair Pins, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

shaped oval, the border applied with prunus, the surface engraved with peacocks, cranes and sparrows in prunus trees, the center later engraved with monogram EMF within a Greek Key cartouche, raised on four openwork branch-form supports, marked on underside with maker’s mark and jungin mark; 52 ozt 6 dwt. Length 17 1/4 inches. $2,500-4,500 118

A Set of Twelve Chinese Silver Goblets,

the slightly flared bowls engraved with dragons, on tapered stem and circular foot, together with a Chinese silver bowl; 69 ozt 7 dwt. Height of goblet 6 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000 119

the top formed as an eagle with spread wings, reverse with maker’s mark SM or WS. Length 3 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $50-70 121*

Three Silver-Gilt and Enamel Large Hair Pins, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

the tops of shaped lozenge form, mounted with filigree foliage centered by blue enamel flowerheads, the smallest also with red semi-precious stones, marked at top of pins, various makers. Length of largest 13 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $300-500

An Assembled Chinese Export Silver Fish Set,

knives and forks with spot-hammered hollow handles, servers with handles applied with dragons, blades engraved with swimming fish, comprising 6 large fish knives, Yatshing, Canton, mid 19th century 6 large fish forks, Yatshing 6 smaller fish knives, CJ & Co., early 20th century 6 smaller fish forks, CJ & Co. 2-piece fish serving set, CJ & Co 26 pieces. $800-1,200

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all with tops formed of openwork foliate scrolls, one with resin pins, three marked STERLING, one by Storck & Sinsheimer, Hanau. Length of largest 5 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $200-400 123*

Five Silver Hair Pins, Probably American, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

the tops of all pieced, bright-cut and engraved with foliate scrolls, two by E.H.H. Smith Silver Co., Bridgeport, CT, the others marked STERLING. Length of largest 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $300-500


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Five Silver Hair Pins, Probably American, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

Two Silver Filigree “Bobble” Hair Pins, Late 19th/ Early 20th Century,

A German Silver Chatelaine, Georg Roth & Co., Hanau, Circa 1900,

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Four Silver Hair Pins, Probably American, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

A Continental Silver Pocket Book, Circa 1925,

An American Silver Stamp Box, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1900,

all with tops pierced, bright-cut and engraved with scrolls and foliate, one with a lyre, another example gilt, four marked STERLING. Length of largest 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $200-400

three with tops pierced, bright-cut and engraved with scrolling foliage and with twisted pins, the other with top formed as a flowerhead, three marked STERLING. Length of largest 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $200-400

the first with spring-mounted butterfly, the second formed as a flower blossom with spring-mounted pistil. Length of longest 5 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Gertrude Mandelstam Spear, Boston, Massachusetts $100-200

rounded rectangular, engraved with strapwork and floral sprays and inscribed “Octava 1925X15,” and with applied gilt monogram JB, chain strap, both covers with control marks unclear, Length 7 1/4 inches. $300-500

the clip cast with Classical figures and putti surrounded by rococo scrollwork from which a pencil case, mesh bag and fleur-de-lis-form scent bottle are suspended by chains, marked on reverse of clip; 2 ozt 18 dwt. Length 8 1/4 inches. $200-400

rectangular, the sides and hinged cover chased with strapwork, floral swags, grotesque masks and shells, the gilt interior with three compartments, marked on base, numbered B1056 and with date symbol; 8 ozt 8 dwt. Length 4 5/8 inches. $200-400

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An Italian 18-Karat Gold Clutch, Gucci, Mid 20th Century,

of hinged flattened oval form, the sides formed of basketweave and applied with overlapping burnished bands, marked on flange ITALY 18K GUCCI; 6 ozt 16 dwt. Length 4 7/8 inches. $8,000-12,000

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Two Italian Silver and Glass Paperweights, Carlo Moretti for Bulgari, Late 20th century,

An Italian Silver Compact and Powder Spoon, Bulgari, Rome, Last Quarter 20th Century,

An American 14-Karat Gold, Silver and SapphireMounted Compact, Cartier, New York, Circa 1960,

circular disc form, the silver rims engraved BVLGARI in large letters, one with glass center etched with ripples, the other with blue and yellow internal decoration, in original blue leather presentation cases, glass centers engraved Carlo Moretti for BVLGARI, and numbered 49/100 and 56/100. Diameter 2 1/4 inches. $400-600

from the Princess Marcella Borghese collection, the oval compact chased with spiral rope twists and mounted in 18-karat gold with a cabochon sapphire thumbpiece, interior with beveled mirror, the spoon with spirally fluted handle, compact marked on flange, spoon on underside, with original fitted leather presentation case, box and paperwork. Length 3 3/8 inches. $400-600

rectangular, applied and engraved with alternating bands of gold and silver, the cover mounted with six sapphires, interior fitted with detachable sifter, inside cover engraved “JANET TSCHUDY�, marked on flange STERLING 14k 1/4 Cartier; 3 ozt 4 dwt gross. Length 3 inches. $1,400-2,400

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A 14-Karat Gold and Diamond Desk Clock, Cartier, New York, Mid 20th Century,

of ribbed hexagonal form on a burnished pyramidal base, the dial mounted with diamond clusters, reverse stamped CARTIER 14k; 10 ozt 13 dwt gross. Height 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of A Lady, Aventura, Florida $9,000-12,000 135

An American 14-Karat Gold and Silver Compact, Cartier, New York, Circa 1935,

plain rectangular, the hinged cover with applied signature “Jenny”, inside cover engraved “March 15, 1938”, flange marked Cartier STERLING 1/4 14K; 3 ozt 2 dwt. Length 2 7/8 in. $200-400 136

An American 14-Karat Gold Cigarette Case, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1930,

rounded rectangular, the engine-turned covers with running leaf borders and engraved with initials GW, the interior with hinged brace pierced and chased with scrolling foliage and flowers, inside cover engraved “LOUIS E. McFADDEN SEPT. 17, 1938,” thumbpiece marked TIFFANY & CO, clip stamped 14K; 4 ozt. Length 4 1/8 inches. $4,000-6,000 134

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An American 14-Karat Gold Cigarette Case, Circa 1920, rectangular, the covers engraved with horizontal bands and monogrammed JBD, interior engraved with inscription dated 1922; interior clip marked 14K; 2 ozt 18 dwt. Length 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Alice Gutnayer Trust, Northbrook, Illinois $2,500-3,500

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An American 14-Karat Gold and Silver Compact, Cartier, New York, Circa 1934,

A Swiss Enameled Travel Pocketwatch, Juvenia Manufacturing,

An Art Nouveau French Silver Powder Box, Eugene Lefebvre, Paris, Circa 1900,

rectangular, the front cover mounted with a black enamel cat and opening to hinged powder compartment fitted with a mirror and engraved “Remember 1934 always Much love Jean”, with fitted leather sleeve, interior marked Cartier, STERLING 14K and numbered 702; 2 ozt 10 dwt gross. Length 1 7/8 in. $300-500 139

A French Art Deco Jadeite and DiamondMounted Enamel Compact, Joel Helft, Paris, Circa 1930,

rectangular, the hinged black enamel covers mounted on top with a jadeite panel carved with flowers and set with rose-cut diamonds, the interior fitted with mirror, two gilt-metal hinged compartments and a lipstick holder, interior engraved JOEL HELFT PARIS, numbered 1355 and stamped 9, with leather pouch. Length 3 1/2 inches. $500-700

of rectangular black enamel case with hinged cover, the removable clock with square dial and Arabic numbers, marked Juvenia Sport, the case marked Fab. Swisse, Juvenia. Height of case 1 7/8 inches. $300-500 141*

compressed spherical, the cover chased with a sweeping iris, the base initialed ML, gilt interior, marked on body and cover with maker’s mark and French guarantee, 3 ozt 11 dwt. Diameter 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $200-400

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Cigarette Case, Circa 1900,

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rounded rectangular, enameled with polychrome flowers and foliage within turquoise beaded borders, both sides with Cyrillic maker’s mark IIM and Kokoshnik mark. Length 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $700-900

An Austrian Silver and Enamel Compact, Vienna, 20th Century, rectangular with cut corners, the covers and sides with translucent blue enamel over engine-turned grounds, top engraved with bands of running oak, interior with maker’s mark LW and standard mark. Length 3 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $300-500

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An American 14-Karat Gold and Bamboo Pencil, Cartier, New York, 20th Century,

Two Silver Fountain Pens, L.E. Waterman Pen Company, New York, NY, Circa 1910,

An American 14-Karat Gold Lighter, Zippo Mfg. Co., Bradford, PA, Circa 1948,

with gold conical-form twisting tip and bamboo shaft, the gold terminal engraved with reverse cipher EE, marked on tip CARTIER 14CT 245. Length 4 inches. $300-500 145

A Black Lacquer and 18-Karat Gold Fountain Pen, Cartier, Late 20th Century, the pen with a white gold nib, the black lacquer case inlaid with platinum finish stripes, together with a stepped glass pen stand, all in original fitted case with paperwork and two ink cartridges, case engraved Cartier No. 1477-2000. Length of pen 7 1/2 inches. $300-500

both with screw-off covers, one pierced and engraved with stylized foliage, marked WATERMAN’S STERLING, together with a similar gilt-metal mounted fountain pen. Length 3 1/2 inches. $300-500 147

Three Montblanc Miesterstuck Silver Pens,

comprising a fountain pen and two ball point pens, with engine-turned surfaces and gilt-metal mount, each marked 925. Length of longest 5 1/2 inches. $400-600

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plain rectangular with hinged cover, engraved on one side “Puddin X mas ‘48”, marked on base of case ZIPPO 14K; weight of case 1 ozt 9 dwt. Length 2 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 149

An American 14-Karat Gold Lighter, Dunhill, Mid 20th Century,

rectangular with reeded surface, with original brown leather presentation box, base marked dunhill OUTER JACKET 14k GOLD and numbered 1056. Length 2 5/8 inches. $400-600

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An 18-Karat Gold Cigarette Case, Early 20th Century,

rectangular with running foliate scroll borders, the top finely engraved with winged beasts flanking an applied vacant shield, the base with a three-masted ship sailing at dusk, emerald tumbpiece, rim and interior clip stamped PB 18K; 7 ozt 12 dwt gross. Length 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of A Lady, Aventura, Florida $10,000-12,000 151

An American 14-Karat Gold, Silver and RubyMounted Compact, Maker’s Mark WAB, Circa 1930, 152

rectangular, the cover engraved with a sunburst pattern and with gold and ruby deco mount near thumbpiece, interior fitted with a mirror and hinged compartment for powder, marked inside cover WAB STERLING & 14K; 2 ozt 14 dwt gross. Length 2 3/8 inches. $200-400 152*

An English Nine-Karat Gold Cigarette Case, B&S, Birmingham, 1892, rectangular with rounded corners, both with engineturned engraving, interior with elastic strap marked on inside covers, retailed by Levy Wander, Inc., New York; 6 ozt 16 dwt gross. Length 5 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $1,000-2,000

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An Indian Ivory, 14-Karat Gold and Gem-Set Figure of a Camel, 20th Century,

A Silver, Enamel and Gem-Mounted Figure of a Peacock, Probably Viennese, Late 19th Century,

A Silver, Enamel and Gem-Mounted Figure of a Peacock, Probably Viennese, Late 19th Century,

in walking position, its back draped with an openwork gold saddle set with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, coral and turquoise, underside of saddle stamped 14K 585. Length 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Ms. Norma Babycos, West Palm Beach, Florida $6,000-8,000

formed as a peacock with blue enamel neck, its tail feathers splayed and mounted with semi-precious stones, on a stepped rectangular base with foliate enamel borders, apparently unmarked. Height 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wm West, Glencoe, Illinois $500-700

in the form of a peacock with orange and yellow enamel head and green enamel neck, its feathers mounted with blue and red semi-precious stones, raised on a stepped amethyst plinth, apparently unmarked. Height 2 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wm West, Glencoe, Illinois $500-700

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A Silver and Enamel Circus Figure, Designed by Gene Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1990,

A Silver and Enamel Circus Figure, Gene Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, circa 1990

A Parcel-Gilt Silver and Gem-Set Figure of a Simian King, Marty Nelson, Late 20th Century,

formed as a female clown in floral dress with a baby in a stroller, marked TIFFANY & CO STERLING; 8 ozt 11 dwt. Height 3 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 157

An Silver and Enamel Circus Figure, Designed by Gene Moore for Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1990,

modeled and enameled as a caparisoned baby elephant, marked TIFFANY & CO. STERLING; 9 ozt 13 dwt. Length 4 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

modeled and enameled as a clown riding a pig, marked TIFFANY & CO. STERLING and MADE IN ITALY; 9 ozt 1 dwt. Height 3 7/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 159

An American Parcel-Gilt Silver Model of Napoleon’s Coronation Coach, Silver Creations Ltd., 1973,

formed as a languid monkey reclining on his side and presenting a large aquamarine, his gilt crown mounted with rubies, sapphires and emeralds, together with a quartz sceptre, underside engraved Marty Nelson 4-80 and stamped STERLING; 22 ozt 5 dwt gross weighable. Length 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Virginia Rogers, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

designed by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors in honor of the company’s Golden Anniversary, comprising a coach drawn by two caparisoned horses, and three septres, marked on underside of coach and numbered 246/1000, horses stamped with signature and STERLING; 153 ozt 8 dwt gross. Length overall 19 inches. $4,000-6,000

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A Hardstone Figure of a Mouse, Asprey, New York, 2nd Half 20th Century,

formed as an onyx mouse with a yellow quartz piece of cheese, underside engraved Asprey, with original box. Height 2 1/8 inches. $300-500 162

Four English Silver Vesta Cases, Birmingham, Early 20th Century,

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each centered with an enameled scene, including a larger example with a spaniel, George Unite & Sons, 1910, a smaller with a hound, makers mark obscured, 1912, a pug, maker’s mark JW, 1908, and a hunting scene S. Blankensee & Sons, 1926, together with an English silver card case, centered with a kitten, FJ Davis & Co., 1918, and a silver compact, centered with greyhounds, marked 800. Length of longest 3 3/8 inches. $600-800 163

Four Silver Vesta Cases, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

comprising one chased with acorns and oak leaves, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, another with a female nude, Watrous Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, an example chased with sails and rigging, marked STERLING PAT. DEC 88, the last chased with horse being saddled, William J. Holmes, Birmingham, 1903, 3 ozt 14 dwt gross. Length of largest 2 5/8 inches. $600-800 164

Two English Silver Vesta Cases and a Coin Case, comprising a vesta engraved with scrolling foliage, John Rose, Birmingham, 1900, another with engineturned sides, maker’s mark HA, Birmingham, 1938, and an oval coin case, sides engraved with foliate scrolls, interior fitted with two spring-mounted coin compartments, E.J. Houlston, Birmingham, 1906. Length of largest 2 inches. $300-500

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Two American Silver Art Nouveau Vesta Cases, Early 20th Century,

the first rectangular chased with irises, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, the second shaped rectangular chased with a female profile, lotus and prunus, stamped STERLING. Length of largest 2 5/8 inches. $150-250 165

Three Dutch Silver Vinagarettes, 1863(2), 1875,

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all shaped circular, one chased Greek Key, another with rococo ornament and another with flowers within a rectangular reserve, all with lion passant, date letter and Minerva head; 2 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter of largest 2 1/8 inches. $400-600

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Three Dutch Silver Vinagarettes, 1857-68,

A German Silver Double Snuff Box, Probably Hanau, Late 19th Century,

An American Silver Card Case, Attributed to Lewis and Wilson, Philadelphia, Mid 19th Century,

all shaped square, one applied with filagree foliage, another engraved with lattice and scrolls, the third with stylized flowerhead, all with date letter and Minerva head and maker’s marks, two with lion passant; 2 ozt 15 dwt. Length of largest 2 1/8 inches. $400-600 167

of spool form, the sides decorated with peasants smoking pipes, drinking and playing music in a 17th century interior, the hinged covers opening to dual compartments, 3ozt 16dwt. Length 3 1/4 inches. $200-400 169

Two Continental Silver and Gem-Set Vinaigrettes, Circa 1845,

formed as flattened vases with hinged covers and with rectangular hinged base compartments, sides and handles mounted with rubies and emeralds, one engraved on base JLB 1845, both stamped twice with maker’s mark ICB; 2 ozt 14 dwt gross. Height of taller 4 1/4 inches, $200-400

shaped rectangular, one side embossed and chased with Trinity Church in lower Manhattan, the opposite side with shells and scrolling foliage, apparently unmarked, 1 ozt 4 dwt. Length 3 3/8 inches. $300-500

An American Silver Card Case, Leonard & Wilson, Philadelphia, Mid 19th Century, rectangular with shaped corners, one side embossed and chased with Trinity Church in lower Manhattan and sprays of prunus, the opposite side with a fort with bridge and forrest in foreground, marked on flange L&W in a rectangle, 1 ozt 14 dwt. Length 3 5/8 inches. $300-500

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A French Silver-Gilt Scent Flask, Boin-Taburet, Paris, Late 19th Century,

of flattened pear form, the reeded sides applied with leaves, the top and bottom with engine-turned panels within guilloche borders, the top with hinged compact compartment applied with musical instruments and ribbon-tied floral garlands; marked with maker’s mark, guarantee mark and stamped BOINTABURET A PARIS; 2 ozt 1 dwt. Length 3 1/4 inches. $400-600 172

A George IV Silver Nutmeg Grater, Mary Ann and Charles Reilly, London, 1827 with gadrooned edges and flat hinged cover, the loop handle cast with a shell flanked by acanthus, reverse engraved “SHC to R&MR”, marked on interior and cover. Length 4 inches. $200-400

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A George III Silver Nutmeg Grater, Thomas Willmore, Birmingham, 1800,

oval, chased with ribs, the top cover bright-cut and engraved with running foliage and initialed MG, the base cover with wrigglework and beading, top cover fully marked, base cover with maker’s mark only. Length 1 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $300-500 174*

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Niello Snuff Box, Moscow, Late 18th Century,

of circular disc form, the detachable cover inset with a silver medallion depicting Alexander I in profile on the obverse within borders of running foliage and basketweave, the base with scene of two maidens and Cupid titled “L’Amour Triomphant” against a sunburst ground and within guilloche border, marked inside cover with city mark only; 3 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $700-900

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An English Silver Whiskey Still, Padgham and Putland, London, 2007,

of gourd form on a low domed base, the front cut away to reveal an electrically illuminated circular stand, the top with extending cap arm, the illumination controlled with a dimmer, with fitted presentation case lined with black velvet, fully marked near base; weight of silver 115 ozt 16 dwt. Height 21 inches. $12,000-18,000 176*

A Pair of English Silver Candlesticks, Carrs of Sheffield, 2000

of Corinthian column form on stepped square bases with beaded borders, conforming detachable nozzles, weighted bases, fully marked. Height 8 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

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An English Silver and Cut-Glass Martini Drinking Set, Birmingham 1959, Retailed by Garrard, London, comprising six circular coasters, six martini glasses with running foliate rims, and six olive picks with red glass terminals, in a fitted presentation case by Garrard, coasters by maker’s mark T&S, Birmingham, 1959; 5 ozt 18 dwt. weighable. Diameter of coaster 3 1/8 inches. $400-600

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An Elizabeth II Silver Model Automobile, Garrard Ltd., London, 1993-94,

comprising a silver model and an original Meccano painted-tin model in a fitted walnut box, both models disassembled, together with assembly directions, silver model fully marked; silver not weighed. Sold, Sotheby’s, Chicago, IL, 1999, lot 557. Length of box 22 inches. $6,000-8,000 179*

An English Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, A. Haviland-Nye, London, 1968, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer and twohandled sugar bowl, in George I style, with applied foliate strapwork and capped scroll handles, marked throughout; 71 ozt gross. Height of coffee pot 11 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Constance Bach, Bayside, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000 180

A Set of Seven English Silver Goblets, C.J. Vander Ltd., London, 1967,

the bowls with flaring rims, engraved with initial P on baluster stem and circular foot, fully marked; 48 ozt 2 dwt. Height 5 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Silver-Plate Supper Service, Mid 20th Century, the rotating circular base fitted with a circular soup tureen, three rectangular entree dishes, three salts with blue glass liners and three casters, all with gadrooned borders. Length over handles 24 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 181A*

A Sheffield-Plate Soup Tureen and Cover, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, First Half 20th Century,

oval with beaded borders and ring handles issuing from lions’ mouths, the lobed domed cover engraved with guilloche bands enclosing flowerheads, marked on base. Length over handles 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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A Silver-Plate and Mahogany Roast Beef Cart, Early 20th Century,

the domed lid centered with an engraved medallion, opening to a fitted interior, raised on the four handled cart, all set on casters. Length 33 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $6,000-8,000 183*

A Pair of English Silver Candlesticks, Walter H. Willson Ltd., London, 1955,

the stepped square bases rising to circular wells and knopped stems, banded campana sconces and detachable nozzles, weighted, marked on base rims and nozzles. Height 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Virginia Rogers, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

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A Silver-Plate Mirrored Table Plateau,

oval form in two parts, with reeded edge set on paw feet. Length 41 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200 185

An English Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham, 1950-52,

comprising a coffee pot, teapot, waste bowl, creamer and sugar bowl, in Queen Anne style, with baluster bodies, partly faceted spouts and domed covers, stained wood handles and knop finials, together with an oval silver-plate tray with galleried border, tea and coffee set fully marked, tray apparently unmarked; 65 ozt 8 dwt gross excluding tray. Height of coffee pot 10 3/4 inches. $2,500-3,500 186

A Canadian Silver Salver, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Circa 1945, 185

in George II style, shaped circular, the gadrooned rim with shells alternating with foliage at intervals, the center engraved “Presented to Bruce Fallows by the Australian Newspaper Proprietors Association 1946,� on four shallow bun feet, marked on underside; 71 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 15 1/2 inches. $1,200-2,200 186A*

A Pair of Sheffield-Plate and Ruby Glass Urns, Ellis-Barker Silver Co., Early 20th Century, each lid with a strawberry finial over the tapering body set with lion mask ring handles. Height 13 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200

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An English Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, Nayler Bros., London, 1940,

An English Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray, Chrichton Bros., London, 1927,

An English Silver Chalice, Robert Pringle & Sons, London, 1932,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer and covered sugar bowl, in George II style, engraved with Baroque strapworks and cartouches, fully marked; 122 ozt 11 dwt gross. Height of kettle on lampstand 13 3/4 inches. $2,600-4,600 188

An English Silver Tazza, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1940,

circular the border and rim with incised bands terminating in lobes at intervals, raised on a short stepped foot, marked on underside of bowl; 13 ozt 16 dwt. Diameter 9 5/8 inches. $400-600

comprising two coffee pots, a teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and two-handled tray, in George I style with banded baluster forms, engraved with monogram BHL, rectangular with canted corners, fully marked; 203 ozt gross. Length of tray over handles 26 inches, $4,500-6,500 190

Four George V Silver Candlesticks, Birmingham, Ellis Jacob Greenberg, 1913,

the square bases with foliate swags and reclining figures rising to square stems decorated with drapery and rams heads, the vase-form sconces rising from dolphins, detachable nozzles, weighted; marked on base rims and nozzles. Height 12 inches. $1,000-2,000

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of baluster two handled form, raised on a circular foot; 16 ozt 7 dwt. Height 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $400-600 192

An Edwardian Silver Two-Handled Tray, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1906,

rounded rectangle, the rim and handles decorated with shellwork and furled foliate scrolls, engraved in center with demi-lion rampant crest and motto, marked on surface near rim, underside stamped ELKINGTON & CO; 149 ozt 11 dwt. Length over handles 30 1/2 inches. The crest is that of Bosworth. $3,000-5,000

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A Victorian Silver-Plate Figural Centerpiece, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, circa 1870,

the rockwork base mounted with twisted palm trees and two Orientalist figures and a horse at a well, engraved with inscription dated 1870, supported on a conforming circular mirror plateau and with a matching figure of a palm tree, marked on bases. Height of tallest 20 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000 194*

An English Silver-Plate and Cut Glass Centerpiece, Late 19th Century,

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the rockwork base supporting a camel and a palm tree topped by a cut-glass bowl; apparently unmarked. Height 20 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200 195

A Victorian Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Robert Harper, London, 1865-66, comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer and twohandled sugar bowl, each of baluster form, the bodies and handles engraved with strapwork, festoons and floral sprays, both sides centered by vacant oval guilloche cartouches, fully marked; 70 ozt 4 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 9 inches. $2,000-4,000 196*

A Victorian Silver Punch Bowl, Maker’s Mark SH, Birmingham, 1848,

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the circular bowl and domed base chased with drapery swags suspended by bosses, engraved with monogram ARH, gilt interior, marked near rim; 22 ozt 6 dwt. Diameter 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $500-700


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A Victorian Silver Egg Cruet, William Padley & Son, Sheffield, 1875,

of hexafoil form, raised on bracket feet, centered by a beaded loop handle, detachable cups with beeded borders, center of frame and cups with contemporary crest, fully marked; 31 ozt 8 dwt. Height overall 7 3/8 inches. $600-800 198*

A Victorian Silver Centrpiece, Barnard Brothers, London, 1862,

the paneled shaped circular plinth raised on bracket supports and topped by fully modeled figures of a stag and doe and tree-form stem terminating in a wirework basket with oak and acorn border, detachable etched glass bowl, marked throughout; 68 ozt excluding glass. Height overall 20 inches. Property from the Estate of Bertha Paglin Ferman, Highlands Ranch, Colorado $4,000-6,000 199

A Victorian Silver Creamer and Matching Sugar Bowl, John Wilson Hukin & John Thomas Heath, London, 1885, the circular bodies with lobed sides, chased to resemble gourds, raised on three bud feet, creamer with vine handle, fully marked, sugar bowl engraved W. THORNHILL & CO. 144 NEW BOND ST W.; 9 ozt 5 dwt. Diameter of sugar bowl 4 inches. $400-600 200*

A Victorian Silver Seven-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Robert Hennell II, London, 1861,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, sugar and waste bowl, the tapered octagonal bodies chased with floral garlands flanking strapwork cartouches, engraved with reverse cypher CB under a celestial crown, fully marked; 188 ozt gross. Height of kettle on lampstand 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $6,000-8,000

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A Victorian Silver Entree Dish, R&S Garrard & Co., London, 1869, circular with gadrooned rim, the border engraved with contemporary arms and supporters under an earl’s coronet, marked on underside of border and stamped GARRARD PANTON STREET LONDON; 21 ozt 13 dwt. Diameter 10 1/4 inches. $600-800

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An English Silver Tazza, Tiffany & Co., London, 1920,

An Edwardian Silver Fruit Bowl, John Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1906,

An English Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1907-25,

the dish and pedestal foot square with canted corners, engraved in center with initials JF, marked on underside; 15 ozt 19 dwt. Length 6 5/8 inches. $500-700 203*

the circular bowl and everted rim pierced with lattice and scrolling foliage, the center engraved with script monogram HPB, raised on three scroll supports terminating in claw feet, marked on underside; 17 ozt 2 dwt. Diameter 8 1/8 inches. $500-700

A Pair of Edwardian Silver Shell-Form Dishes, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1905,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, sugar bowl and tray, with gadrooned lower bodies, the gadrooned upper rims with shells flanked by foliage at intervals, the rectangular tray with gadrooned borders and leafy sprays at corners, fully marked; 271 ozt 16 dwt gross. Length of tray over handles 28 1/2 inches. $7,000-9,000

formed as a fluted clam shell, raised on three ball feet, fully marked on handles; 16 oz 12 dwt. Length 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $400-600

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A Set of Eight Edwardian Silver Place Card Holders, Sampson Mordan & Co. Ltd., Chester, 1903,

the circular bases mounted with larger and smaller circular discs, one crested, in fitted leather case fully marked; 7 ozt. Height of first 1 1/8 inches. Property from the Alice Welsh Skilling and Raymond Skilling Collection, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 206A

An Edwardian Silver and Mother-of-Pearl Fruit Flatware Set, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1914,

comprising 12 fruit knives and 12 fruit forks, all with mother-of-pearl handles, in fitted wood box lined in blue velvet, fully marked. $700-900

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An English Silver Flatware Service, Asprey, London, 1976,

the handles decorated with grapes and grapevines, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 fish knives 12 fish forks 12 fruit knives 12 fruit forks 12 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 12 demitasse spoons 12 cream soup spoons 6 tablespoons 2 sauce ladles 2-piece fish serving set 2 2-piece carving sets 1 sharpener 159 pieces, in fitted three-drawer wood chest; 175 ozt weighable. $8,000-12,000

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A Victorian Silver Fish Service, Thomas Prime & Son, Birmingham, 1861/65, comprising 12 fish knives and 12 fish forks, the handles with fluted borders and scroll cartouche terminals engraved with initial R, blades and tines engraved with scrolling foliage, in fitted wood box lined with blue wool. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200 209

An Assembled Scottish and English Silver Flatware Service,

Queen’s and King’s patterns, most engraved with initial D, comprising 12 dinner knives, Ashforth Hawthorn, Sheffield, 1852 12 dinner forks, Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh, 1835/46 12 lunch knives, William Yates, Sheffield, 1972 6 lunch forks, Robert Scott, Glasgow, 1878 7 fish forks, (3)Atkin Bros., Sheffield, 1941, (3) Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, (1) Dominick & Haff, New York, NY 12 tablespoons, Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh, 1846 12 dessert spoons, Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh, 1835/46 18 teaspoons, (7) Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1835/46, (8) Robert Scott, Glasgow, 1878, (3) James & Andrew Kelly, Glasgow, 1877 91 pieces; 91 ozt 6 dwt excluding knives. Property from a Lady, Denver, Colorado $5,000-7,000

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An Early Victorian Silver Kettle on Lampstand, John Mortimer & John S. Hunt, London, 1840,

the globular body with leaf-capped spout and fruit form finial, the conforming scroll handles springing from shells and centered by an ivory rod, body engraved with two crests, monogram KBW, and badge, the detachable stand formed of foliage scrolls, spirit lamp engraved to match, fully marked; 43 ozt 15 dwt gross. Height 10 1/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 211

A William IV Silver-Gilt-Mounted Glass Claret Jug, E.E.J.W. Barnard, London, 1831,

the glass body of paneled baluster form, etched in front with crest and monogram JET, the silver neck and cover formed as veined leaves and with vine handle terminating in grapes, with associated giltmetal base band, marked on neck and cover. Height 11 3/4 inches. The crest is that of Audin, Ayde, Chedworth, Fortune, Harley, Hene, Henne, Rickets, Ricketts and Wall. $700-900

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A William IV Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, John James Keith, London, 1835

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl, the lower bodies chased with lobes flanked by acanthus leaves below engraved contemporary arms under foliate mantles and demi-lion in dexter and sword crest, the upper rims decorated with rocaille, and with leaf-capped handles and spouts, rose finials, fully marked; 83 ozt 8 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 8 3/4 inches. inches. $2,400-3,400

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A Pair of William IV Silver Salts, Thomas and Alfred Galloway, London, 1831-32,

the bombĂŠ circular bodies chased with flowers within scrolls, the scroll rims with shells at intervals, each raised on three scroll supports terminating in shells, engraved with contemporary crest, gilt interiors marked on sides; 9 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter 3 5/8 inches. Property from the collection of Carolyn Schwarz, Glencoe, Illinois $400-600 214*

A George IV Silver Coffee Pot on Lampstand, Benjamin Smith II, London, 1826,

of baluster form with lobed sides and shell and foliate rim, bud finial, the conforming stand raised on three scroll supports headed by leaves and centered by a detachable spirit lamp, pot, stand and spirit lamp engraved with contemporary bird crest, marked throughout; 44 ozt 4 dwt gross. Height 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $800-1,200

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A William IV Silver Inkwell, Paul Storr, London, 1831,

the circular stand with beaded borders and raised on bracket feet cast with shells, the surface chased with scrolling flowers, foliage and a strapwork cartouche against a tooled ground, fitted with a conforming central urn topped by a taperstick and two cut glass inkwells with silver tops, marked throughout, except for cover of central urn, underside of stand stamped STORR & MORTIMER and numbered 22; 23 ozt 18 dwt weighable. Diameter 10 1/8 inches. $4,000-6,000 216

An Indian Colonial Silver Butter Cooler, Hamilton & Co., Calcutta, Circa 1820,

of pail form applied with reeded bands and raised on four paw feet, the matching cover with fully modeled reclining cow finial, interior with removable liner with detachable rim, engraved on one side with stag head crest, marked on base with maker’s mark, elephant, letter A, urn and a crescent tally mark; 29 ozt 4 dwt. Height 6 inches. $3,000-5,000 217*

A Pair of Regency Silver Salts, Samuel Hennell, London, 1812,

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circular with lobed lower bodies, the gadrooned rims with double-shells flanked by foliage at intervals, each raised on three scroll supports terminating in shells on rectangular plinths, marked on sides; 20 ozt 2 dwt. Diameter 4 1/4 inches. Property from the collection of Carolyn Schwarz, Glencoe, Illinois $700-900 218*

A Pair of Sheffield-Plate Entree Dishes, Covers and Warming Stands, 19th Century, square with gadrooned borders, the stepped domed covers with leafy ring finials, the warming stands on four paw feet. Length over handles 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

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A George III Silver Footed Center Bowl, likely William Stroud, London, 1807,

of oval form with reeded rims and handles, the sides pierced with beading and stylized foliage, fully marked; 29 ozt 17 dwt. Width over handles 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Friedman, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200 220*

A Sheffield-Plate Well-and-Tree Platter on Warming Stand with Matching Domed Cover, Circa 1815,

oval with foliate borders and matching handles, raised on four scroll feet, the high domed cover partly lobed and with matching border and finial, platter and cover engraved with contemporary arms under a foliate mantle. Length over handles 25 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $800-1,200

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A Sheffield-Plate Wine Cooler, Mattew Boulton Plate Co., Birmingham, Early 19th Century,

of campana form with lobed lower body, the reeded loop handle with leafy acanthus terminals, gadrooned rim with shells flanked by acanthus at intervals, removable collar and liner, marked on base. Height 10 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 222

A Pair of Sheffield-Plate Entree Dishes, Covers and Associated Warming Stands, Circa 1820,

rectangular with gadrooned borders, the covers engraved with arms, the warming stands with turned wood handles and raised on partly-lobed bun feet, dishes marked for Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, numbered throughout. Length of stands over handles 13 1/2 inches. $500-700

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A George III Silver Soup Tureen and Cover, Paul Storr, London 1793,

circular, with gadrooned lower body and rims, engraved on one side with contemporary arms in a shield, the stepped, partly gadrooned cover engraved with corresponding crest and motto, faceted leafcapped loop handles, fully marked on base rim and flange of cover, finial apparently unmarked, base rim dot numbered 2; 81 ozt 13 dwt. Length over handles 14 3/4 inches. The crest is that of Cunningham or Cunninghame. $8,000-12,000 224

A George III Silver Meat Platter, John Wakelin & Robert Garrard, London, 1799,

shaped oval with gadrooned rim, the border engraved with contemporary mitre hat, the underside with initial G, marked on underside and engraved No. 2 68:17; 66 ozt 3 dwt. Length 20 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 224

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An Assembled English Silver Flatware Service, Various Makers, London,

A Georgian Silver Flatware Service, Most by Richard Pearce, London, 1822-23,

A George III/IV Silver Flatware Service, Most by William Eley & William Fern, London, 1806-27,

Fiddle Thread Shell pattern, most crested, comprising 18 dinner knives, (11) Francis Higgins, 1863, (7) Harry Freeman, 1930 18 dinner forks, (14) Solomon Hougham, 1816, (1) Josiah & George Percy, 1817, (3) William Troby, 1826 17 lunch knives, (11) Eley & Fearn, 1823-24, (6) Harry Freeman, 1930 18 lunch forks, (10) Charles Eley, 1825, (6) William Troby, 1826, (2) maker’s mark rubbed, 1830 18 tablespoons, (1) Paul Storr, 1812, (8) Solomon Hougham, 1816, (2) Hougham, Royes & Dix, 1817, (2) Charles Eley, 1825, (2) William Chawner, 1826, (1) William Eley II, 1826, (1) matching 20th century replacement 18 dessert spoons, (11) Solomon Hougham, 1816, (4) Charles Eley, (1825), (1) matching 20th century replacement 16 teaspoons, (8) Wigham, Royes & Dix, 1817, (8) Robert Whitford, Dublin, 1817 together with 7 butter spreaders, King pattern, Gorham Mfg. Co. 1 basting spoon, King pattern, Gorham Mfg. Co. 1 berry spoon, St. James pattern, Tiffany & Co. 1 serving spoon, Audubon variant pattern 133 pieces, with wood box; 206 ozt 18 dwt excluding knives. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $7,000-9,000

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the rounded terminals with feathered borders, engraved with beehive and savage head ducally crowned crests and motto NON VU SED ARTE, knives with stag crest, comprising 11 dinner knives, (9) Moses Brent, London, 1807 12 dinner forks, (2) Richard Crossley II, London, 1806 12 dessert forks, (3) Thomas Dicks, London, 1822 12 tablespoons, (1) Samuel Humphreys, London, 1817 12 dessert spoons, (4)William Chawner II, London, 1823 12 teaspooons, (6) William Chawner II, London, 1821, (6) Hyam Hyams, London, 1821 1 sauce ladle, Samuel Humphreys, London, 1815 together with 2 gilt teaspoons, probably Russian 74 pieces; 90 ozt excluding knives. Property from the Collection of a Lady, Oak Brook, Illinois $4,000-6,000

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most with rounded down-turned handles, engraved with contemporary demi-lion rampant crest for Stuart, comprising 24 dinner forks 18 lunch knives, some marked for Moses Brent 16 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders, London, 1934, 18 tablespoons 12 dessert spoons 19 teaspoons 12 large teaspoons, London, 1934 6 coffee spoons, Continental, late 18th century 1 salt spoon 1 soup ladle 1 small sauce ladle 1 marrow scoop, Charles & Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1804 141 pieces; 175 ozt 14 dwt. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $3,000-5,000


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A Regency Silver Part Flatware Service, Paul Storr, London, 1812,

Hourglass pattern, engraved with contemporary entwined serpent crest, comprising 12 dinner forks 12 tablespoons together with 12 dinner knives, William Yates Ltd., London, 1975 36 pieces, 79 ozt excluding knives. Property from the collection of Barbara and Howard Fry, Wichita Falls, Texas $5,000-7,000 229*

Four Matching George III Silver Candlesticks, John Arnell, London, 1771 (3), 1775 (1),

the stepped shaped octagonal bases with shells at angles, rising to partly fluted and knopped stems and banded campana form sconces, with conforming removable nozzles, sconces and nozzles engraved with crest under a viscount’s coronet, 1771 sticks fully marked on bases, 1775 with maker’s mark unclear, nozzles with maker’s mark and lion passant; 75 ozt 16 dwt. Height 10 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Peggy G. Richards, Barrington, Illinois $6,000-8,000

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A George III Silver Argyle, Aaron Lestourgeon, London, 1772,

cylindrical with S-scroll spout, the detachable cover with gadrooned rim and bud finial, marked right of handle and cover; 11 ozt 16 dwt gross. Length 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $400-600

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A Pair of George II Silver Salvers, Hugh Mills, London, 1750,

shaped circular, the gadroon border with putto heads alternating with shells at intervals, the centers engraved with contemporary arms within shellwork cartouches and flanked by floral sprays, raised on three scroll supports, fully marked on undersides; 19 ozt 5 dwt. Diameter 7 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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An Early George III Silver Two-Handled Cup, William & Robert Peaston, London, 1760,

with tuck-in base and flared rim, the lower body chased with sweeping flutes topped by stamped leaves, chased one side with a vacant scroll cartouche flanked by floral sprays all below a chased rope-twist band, with two reeded strap handles, gilt interior, marked on base and with scratch weight 8=30; 8 ozt 6 dwt. Height 4 1/8 inches. $400-600

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Four George III Silver Marrow Spoons, London, 1761-1784,

comprising a crested spoon with feather edges, Robert Sallam, 1761, a plain spoon, Thomas and Willaim Chawner, 1765, another with feather edges and monogrammed JRP, Thomas Chawner, and one with wrigglework border, Benjamin Montique, 1784; 5 ozt 8 dwt. Length of longest 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Peggy G. Richards, Barrington, Illinois $400-600 233*

A George III Silver Waiter, Richard Rugg, London, 1779,

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shaped circular, the applied beaded border with leaftips at intervals, center engraved with dragon head erased crest and foliate festoons, raised on three claw-and-ball feet, fully marked on underside; 9 ozt. Diameter 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $200-400


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A George II Small Coffee Pot, Maker’s Mark ?M Under a Coronet, London, 1731,

tapered cylindrical with faceted spout, engraved on one side with contemporary arms in a baroque masonry and strapwork cartouche flanked by supporters and urns, fully marked on base, cover with lion passant only; 13 ozt 8 dwt gross. Height 6 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $500-700 235*

A George II Silver Salver, Joseph Sanders, London, 1736,

shaped circular with molded rim, raised on three scroll supports terminating in pad feet, underside engraved with contemporary block initials R/I*E, fully marked on underside and engraved with weight 19=13; 18 ozt 13 dwt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $500-700

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A Group of Georgian Silver Serving Articles,

comprising 2 stuffing spoons, initialed R, Thomas Wallis II, London, 1802 2 stuffing spoons, crested, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1819 1 large fish slice, pierced and engraved, probably John Orme II, London, 1804 2 sauce ladles, crested, Eley & Fearn, London, 1821 2 cream ladles, crested, maker’s mark WR, Edinburgh, 1820 1 small fish slice, engraved with mermaid crest and duke’s coronet, George Adams, London, 1853 1 pair sugar tongs, Robert Rutland, London, 1807 1 dessert spoon, Eley & Fearn, London, 1800 together with 6 coffee spoons, crested, struck twice with maker’s mark only W.T in a rectangle 18 items; 33 ozt. Length of longest 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Peggy G. Richards, Barrington, Illinois $800-1,200

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A Navajo Silver Vase, Daniel Sunshine Reeves, NM, Late 20th/Early 21st Century,

of compressed spherical form with flaring rim, decorated with bands of stylized foliage, chevrons, and lobes, marked on base SUNSHINE REEVES STERLING; 18 ozt 15 dwt. Length 5 1/2 inches. $600-800 238*

An American Silver Entree Dish and Meat Platter, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1965, both shaped oval with gadrooned rims, engraved with script monogram GWO, together with a shaped oval sauce boat with reeded rim and handle, marked on bases; 78 ozt 8 dwt. Length of platter 15 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $1,500-2,500

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A Set of Three American Silver Presentation Salvers, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1980, each of shaped circular form with stepped borders, two with center engraving, third with engraving at bottom edge, on three feet marked to bases and numbered 24070; 82 ozt 16 dwt. Diameter 12 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 240

An American Silver Salver, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1970,

circular, the rim with lobes at intervals, center engraved with monogram BRH, raised on four scroll supports marked on underside and numbered 593; 28 ozt 4 dwt. Diameter 12 1/8 inches. $500-700 241* 238

A Set of Seven American Silver Place Card Holders, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1965, of acorn form on circular bases, marked on bases; 4 ozt 15 dwt weighable. Height 1 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Martha Siragusa, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1965,

Hampton Court pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl , waste bowl and two-handled tray, of paneled baluster form with shell and scroll borders, the shaped oval tray with matching rim and engraved in center with script monogram CRR, marked on undersides and numbered 660, 661; 183 ozt gross. Length of tray over handles 24 1/4 inches, height of coffee pot 9 inches. Property from the Collection of Kathy Riley, Chicago, Illinois $4,000-6,000

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An American Silver Monteith Bowl, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1960, the notched rim with reeded border, raised on a spreading circular base, marked on base and numbered 23881; 29 ozt 2 dwt. Diameter 9 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 244

An American Silver Bottle Holder, Cartier, New York, Mid 20th Century,

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with conical neck mount and scroll handles, hinge marked Cartier STERLING 925-1000; 9 ozt 10 dwt. Length 9 1/4 inches. $400-600

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Two American Silver Meat Platters and Two Vegetable Dishes, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1965, all shaped oval with reeded rims, undersides engraved “Betty Regenstein Hartman,� marked on undersides; 144 ozt 14 dwt. Length of longest 18 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500 246

A Set of Eight American Silver Bread Plates, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1960, Lord Saybrook pattern, plain circular with reeded rims, marked on bases; 23 ozt 5 dwt. Diameter 6 1/8 inches. $500-700

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An American Silver Water Pitcher, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1955,

An American Silver Bowl, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1955,

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An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Michael Lacktman, Berkeley, CA, Circa 1966,

An American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set and Tray, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Mid 20th Century,

ovoid with loop handle terminating in scrolls, the rim with crescent shaped strainer, base engraved with monogram AEWT and “Christmas 1956,� marked on base and numbered 23354; 22 ozt 16 dwt. Height 7 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,200-2,200

the circular bowl with everted rim, raised on a spreading base formed of linked spot-hammered rings, base rim engraved M. LACKTMAN 1966 and stamped STERLING; 36 ozt. Diameter 10 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $2,000-4,000

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shaped circular with fluted sides and scalloped rim, marked on base and numbered 25193; 22 ozt 13 dwt. Diameter 10 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000

comprising a coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and tray, of baluster form chased with sweeping scrolls, the conforming shaped oval tray with scroll handles, marked on bases and numbered 5518; 55 ozt 7 dwt gross. Length of tray 14 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,500-2,500

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An American Silver Four-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Donald H. Colflesh for Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1960, Circa ‘70 pattern, designed in 1958, comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and tray, of baluster form with elongated necks and angular handles, covers with attenuated ebony finials, teapot and coffee pot with ebony handles, the conforming circular tray with upturned rim ad black Formica center, marked on bases and with date symbol for 1960; 87 ozt 4 dwt gross weighable, excluding tray. Length of tray over handles 27 1/4 inches. Height of coffee pot 11 3/4 inches. A Circa 70 pattern tea and coffee set, circa 1958, is illustrated in Jewel Stern, Modernish in American Silver, 2005. pp. 260-61. $15,000-20,000

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A Set of Eight American Silver Beakers and Matching Tray, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Mid-20th Century,

An American Silver Bowl, Paul Pancritius, Beverly Hills, CA, 1940-50,

the beakers with slightly flaring rim and on partlylobed domed bases, the circular tray with molded rim, marked on bases; 40 ozt. Diameter of tray 12 inches. $1,000-2,000

of tapered lozenge form on a conforming slightly domed base, marked on underside; 13 ozt 14 dwt. Length 12 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700

An American Silver and Wood Creamer, Allan Adler, Studio City, CA, Circa 1950,

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An American Silver Three-Piece Coffee Set, Mesick Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, CA, Circa 1950,

An American Silver Candlestick, Allan Adler, Studio City, CA, 1940-50,

An American Silver and Wood Small Pitcher, Paul Pancritius, Beverly Hills, CA, Circa 1960, of tapered cylindrical double-spouted form with angular wood handle, underside engraved “Marlene and Alan February 7, 1960,� marked on base; 9 ozt 7 dwt gross. Height 6 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500

comprising a coffee pot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, the ovoid and spherical bodies with angular handles, and raised on reeded wood bases, ivory finials, marked on bases and numbered 862; 34 ozt 13 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 10 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000

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ovoid with large spout and angular ebony handle, marked on base; 9 ozt 2 dwt gross. Height 4 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

formed as inverted cones, marked on base rim; 5 ozt 3 dwt. Height 9 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400

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Two Pairs of American Silver and Wood Salad Servers, Allan Adler, Studio City, CA, Circa 1950, with ebony handles, silver faintly spot-hammered, marked on reverse of bowl and tines. Length 10 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700 259

A Group of American Silver Flatware Servers, Allan Adler, Studio City, CA, Circa 1950, various patterns, comprising 1 pair ice tongs 4 serving spoons 3 cream ladles 1 tomato server 9 pieces; 6 ozt 1 dwt weighable. Length 7 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

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An American Silver and Wood Brandy Warmer, Porter Blanchard, Los Angeles, CA, Circa 1940, with spot-hammered surface and ebony handle to right angle of spout, marked on base; 3 ozt 10 dwt gross. Length 5 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $250-350 261

A Pair of American Silver Casters, Porter Blanchard, Los Angeles, CA, Circa 1930,

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tapered cylindrical with incised bans, spreading bases, marked on bases; 5 ozt. Height 2 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400 262

A Pair of American Silver and Wood Large Salad Servers, Porter Blanchard, Los Angeles, CA, 1940-50, with ebony handles the spoon with spade-shaped bowl, marked on reverse of bowl and tines. Length 13 5/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600 263

An American Silver Four-Piece Tea, Coffee Set and Tray, Niderost & Taber Inc., San Francisco, CA, Circa 1930,

comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and two-handled tray, tapering rectangular form applied with initial F on one side, angular handles and ivory finials, the rectangular tray with conforming applied initial to border marked on bases; 140 ozt 12 dwt gross. Length of tray over handles 23 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $4,000-6,000 263

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An American Silver Monteith, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1955, of typical form with reeded notched rim, marked on base and numbered 23881;31 ozt 8 dwt. Diameter 9 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000 265

An American Silver Dish, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1955, of shallow shaped oval boat form, raised on four ball feet, marked on underside and numbered 23346; 9 ozt. Length 10 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700 264

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1952,

Centennial pattern, comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, the ovoid bodies with faceted spouts and capped scroll handles, marked on bases and with date symbol, retailed by Marshall Field & Company; 87 ozt 12 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of John Heiner, Naperville, Illinois $2,000-4,000 267

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1950,

tapered cylindrical with tuck-in base, upper rim with incised bands, angular handle, marked on base and numbered 22343; 21 ozt 3 dwt. Height 6 5/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000 268

An American Silver Salver, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century, 266

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shaped circular with applied gadrooned rim, raised on four claw-and-ball supports, underside engraved “Betty Regenstein Hartman,� marked on underside and numbered 1761; 16 ozt. Diameter 12 1/4 inches. $400-600


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An American Silver Four-Piece Silver Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1947,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl and two-handled tray, of inverted baluster form, chased with scrolls and with applied scroll borders, each side centered by a vacant rococo cartouche, the matching tray of shaped oval form, marked on bases and with date symbols; 227 ozt gross. Length of tray over handles 25 5/8 inches. $5,000-7,000 269A

An American Silver Salver, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1960,

circular, the surface with incised bands, raised on four openwork leaf and berry supports, marked on underside and numbered 22860; 13 ozt 11 dwt. Diameter 8 1/4 inches. $400-600 269

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An American Silver Footed Platter, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1950, circular with reeded rim, engraved in center with monogram HKS, raised on short foot rim, marked on underside and numbered 22612; 16 ozt 11 dwt. Diameter 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Marilyn Callender, Denver, Colorado $500-700 271*

A Pair of American Silver Candlesticks, 20th Century,

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of Corinthian column form on stepped square bases with beaded borders, bases engraved with initial B, conforming detachable nozzles, weighted, marked on bases, maker’s mark rubbed. Height 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

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An American Silver Circular Tray, Alphonse LaPaglia for International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1950, the openwork border cast with running flower blossoms with beaded tendrils and with graduated beads spaced by rings at intervals, marked on base; 64 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 16 7/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 273

A Set of Four American Silver Casters and Four Matching Salts, William B. Meyers, Jersey City, NJ, Circa 1950,

the casters and salts chased overall with sprays of flowers, rococo cartouches and scrolls, each raised on three paw supports stemming from lion heads, salts with removable glass liners, together with four German silver salt spoons; marked on bases; 38 ozt excluding glass liners. Height of casters 6 3/4 inches. $600-800

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT., Mid 20th Century,

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea and Coffee Service, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1940,

Kenilworth pattern, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar and waste bowl, each of baluster form with leaf-capped scroll handles, together with an associated silver-plate tray, marked on bases; 76 ozt 2 dwt gross weighable. Height of coffee pot 10 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000

comprising a teapot, coffee pot and covered sugar, paneled baluster form, the splayed feet and spouts cast with rocaille and flowers, marked on bases and numbered 670, together with a silver-plate tray, Royal Rose pattern, Wallace & Sons Mfg.; 65 ozt 6 dwt gross weighable. Height of coffee pot 9 3/4 inches. $1,200-1,800

An American Silver Four-Piece Silver Tea Set, Tuttle Silversmiths, Boston, 1945-53,

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An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl and Pair of Candlesticks, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1940,

An American Silver Bowl, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Well-and-Tree Platter, Hunt Silver Co., New York, NY and Chicago, IL, Circa 1940,

oval with applied gadrooned rim, the center chased with well-and-tree grooves, raised on four scroll feet, marked on underside of rim; 78 ozt 6 dwt. Length 22 inches. $1,400-1,800

the circular bowl with flaring rim, raised on a openwork stem of flowerheads linked by scrolls, the candlesticks with conforming knop, weighted, marked on bases; weight of bowl 26 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter of bowl 11 inches. Property from the Estate of Jeanne Marienthal Westcott, Chicago, Illinois $700-900

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Revere pattern, comprising a teapot, sugar, covered creamer and waste bowl, the fluted drum-form bodies engraved with drapery swags and tassels, marked on bases; 50 ozt gross. Length of teapot 12 inches. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000

Rhythm pattern; the circular bowl with stepped interior, the everted rim chased with incised bands flanking applied pyramids, raised on a spreading circular base and four conforming supports, marked on base and with pattern number 3909; 14 ozt 18 dwt. Diameter 10 5/8 inches. $500-700

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An American Silver Bowl and Nine Bread Plates, Circa 1930,

A Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Bread Plates, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1928-29,

An American Silver Two-Handled Tray, Black Starr & Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1930,

the bowl of shallow circular form engraved in center with monogram NEN, S. Kirk & Son Inc., Baltimore, MD, the plates with reeded rims, five initialed N, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT; 47 ozt 8 dwt. Diameters 10 7/8 inches, 6 inches. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $1,000-2,000 281

A Set of Four Silver Candlesticks, S. Kirk & Son Inc., Baltimore, MD, Circa 1930,

of columnar form on a stepped circular foot, engraved with initial M, gadrooned borders, marked on bases and numbered 125; 28 ozt 6 dwt. Height 8 1/8 inches. $700-900

circular with reeded rims, the borders engraved with initial M, marked on bases and with date symbols; 38 ozt 15 dwt. Diameter 6 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $800-1,200 283

An American Silver Platter, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1925,

Trianon pattern, square with bowed sides and circular well, the border applied with leave-tips, berries and scrolling foliage, the center engraved with monogram DCP; marked on base 40 ozt 16 dwt. Length 14 1/2 inches. $900-1,200

circular, the rim notched at intervals, the handles formed as leaves and berried tendrils, marked on underside and numbered 514H; 32 ozt 11 dwt. Length 16 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000 285

An American Silver Meat Platter, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1925,

plain circular with molded rim, the border engraved with monogram OSH, marked on underside and numbered 20195-6063; 21 ozt 9 dwt. Diameter 10 7/8 inches. $500-700

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An American Silver Flatware Service, Tuttle Silversmiths, Boston, MA, 1945-1961,

An American Silver Flatware Service, Easterling Company, Chicago, IL, Mid 20th Century,

An American Silver Flatware Service, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1935,

Onslow pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 8 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 16 teaspoons 8 soup spoons 1 cold meat fork 4 serving spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 cake server 1 olive fork 77 pieces, in wood box; 88 ozt 6 dwt. $2,500-3,500 287

An American Silver Fish Slice, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1905, Renaissance pattern, front and back of handle monogrammed DPC, marked on handle reverse; 4 ozt 16 dwt Length 11 1/2 inches. $150-250

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American Classic pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 11 butter spreaders 11 lunch fork 16 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 1 serving fork 2 serving spoons 1 sauce ladle 1 cake knife 1 master butter knife 6 lemon forks 1 sugar spoon together with 2 dinner knives, Majesty pattern, Reed & Barton 89 pieces; 73 ozt 7 dwt weighable $2,000-4,000 289

An American Silver Parcel-Gilt Silver Soup Ladle, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, Circa 1905, Lily pattern, the gilt bowl chased with petals, the handle cast with sprays of lilies and engraved with initial B, marked on handle reverse; 9 ozt 7 dwt. Length 12 1/4 inches. $300-500

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Candlelight pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch forks 12 bouillon spoons 23 teaspoons 4 tablespoons 1 pierced serving spoon 1 sugar spoon 2-piece carving set together with 12 salad forks, RepoussĂŠ pattern, S. Kirk & Son 91 pieces; 89 ozt 7 dwt weighable. $2,400-3,400 291

An American Silver Flatware Service, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1935,

Candlelight pattern, comprising 16 dinner knifes 16 dinner forks 16 salad forks 16 teaspoons together with 6 parcel-gilt coffee spoons, Louvre pattern, Wallace Silversmiths 70 pieces, with two wood boxes; 61 ozt 5 dwt excluding knifes. $1,500-2,500


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An American Silver Flatware Service, Manchester Silver Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century,

An American Silver Flatware Service, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Flatware Service, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century,

Duke of Windsor pattern, engraved with initial V, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 butter spreaders 11 salad forks 23 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 3 tablespoons 1 cold meat fork 1 cream ladle 1 master butter knife 1 lemon fork 1 olive fork 2 sugar spoons together with 14 silver-plate iced teaspoons 106 pieces; 80 ozt 7 dwt weighable. $3,000-4,000 293

An American Silver Flatware Service, Easterling Company, Chicago, IL., Mid-20th Century, American Classic pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner knives 12 butter spreaders 12 luncheon forks 12 teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 1 sugar spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 serving spoon 2 salad servers 2 serving forks in sizes 1 master butter knife 80 pieces; 82 ozt weighable. $2,000-4,000

Lady Diana pattern, engraved with initial P, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 11 butter spreaders 12 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 11 citrus spoons 4 tablespoons 2-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 berry spoon 1 cake server 1 patĂŠ server 1 pair sugar tongs 81 pieces; 75 ozt 12 dwt weighable. $2,000-4,000 295

An American Silver Flatware Service, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1905, Marguerite pattern, engraved with initial I, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch forks 11 butter spreaders 2-piece fish serving set 1 master butter knife 1 sauce ladle 1 berry spoon 1 jelly server 53 pieces; 66 ozt 9 dwt excluding knives. $1,500-2,500

Chantilly pattern, some pieces initialled B, comprising 9 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 15 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 1 dessert knife 1 dessert fork 12 butter spreaders 16 salad forks 12 oyster forks 4 tablespoons 12 dessert spoons 31 teaspoons 13 soup spoons 11 bouillon spoons 12 iced tea spoons 23 demitasse spoons 3 cold meat forks 3 serving spoons 1 tomato server 1 cake knife 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 mustard ladle 1 jelly spoon 1 patĂŠ server 1 nut spoon 1 master butter knife 1 lemon fork 1 pair sugar tongs 1 sugar spoon 1 candle snuffer 215 pieces; 185 ozt 18 dwt weighable Property from the Estate of Louis M. and Linda M. Byron, Tucson, Arizona $4,000-6,000

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An American Silver Pitcher, S. Kirk & Son, Baltimore, MD, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Desk Clock, S. Kirk & Son Co., Baltimore, MD, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Salver, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1925,

densely chased overall with flowers and foliage against a matted ground, underside engraved with a vacant cartouche, together with a Repoussé pattern tomato server, cold meat fork, and two salt spoons; 27 ozt 12 dwt Height 8 3/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 298

An American Silver “Revere” Bowl, S. Kirk & Son Inc., Baltimore, MD, Circa 1930, with slightly flaring rim on stepped circular foot rim, marked on base and numbered 220; 25 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 9 inches. $700-900

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of rectangular form with rounded corners, the hinged cover embossed the interior fitted with a removable circular clock, the dial having Arabic hours and seconds. Height 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $400-600 300

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1925,

of faceted baluster form with lobed lower body, on octagonal base and with scroll handle, engraved on one side with initial H, marked on base and numbered 240; 33 ozt 18 dwt. Height 10 inches. $800-1,200

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plain circular with reeded rim, the border engraved with block monogram G.B.W, marked on base and numbered 20220-11770; 30 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 13 inches. $500-700 302

An American Silver “Revere” Bowl, Arthur Stone, Gardner, MA, Circa 1920, circular with flaring molded rim, on conforming circular base rim, marked on underside; 30 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 10 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $800-1,200


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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1929-31 Francis I pattern, comprising teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl and two-handled tray, of urn form chased with scroll cartouches flanked by cornucopias of fruit, the matching tray of shaped oval form, marked on undersides and with date symbols; 326 ozt 14 dwt. Length of tray 30 1/2 inches, height of kettle on lampstand 13 3/4 inches. $15,000-20,000 304

A Pair of American Silver Candlesticks, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 1951,

Francis I pattern, the domed bases and baluster stems chased with floral sprays and urns of fruit and flowers, engraved with initial G, bases weighted, together with associated detachable tops with leafcapped scroll branches and campana form sconces, sticks marked on bases numbered 570A and with date symbol, tops marked STERLING 700; 26 ozt 13 dwt weighable. Height 14 1/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 304

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An American Silver Flatware Service, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1920, Francis I pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 24 dinner forks 12 butter spreaders 12 dessert forks 25 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 2 tablespoons 1 sauce ladle 1 cream ladle 1 pie server 1 jelly spoon 1 master butter knife 1 sugar shell spoon together with 12 servers in different patterns 117 pieces; 154 ozt 7 dwt weighable. $5,000-7,000

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An American Silver Flatware Service, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1920, Francis I pattern, comprising 4 dinner knives 16 lunch forks 12 lunch knives 16 salad forks 10 butter spreaders 16 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 11 coffee spoons 3 tablespoons 1 cream ladle 1 jelly server 1 sugar spoon together with 2-piece carving set, different pattern 105 pieces; 108 ozt 6 dwt weighable. $3,000-5,000 307

An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Tray, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1917,

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comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and twohandled tray, of paneled form chased with scrolling acanthus, flowerheads and bellflower pendants, engraved on one side with initial B, the conforming shaped oval tray etched “Sept 17th 1920,” marked on bases and with date symbol; 314 ozt 13 dwt. Length of tray over handles 31 7/8 inches. $8,000-12,000 307A*

An American Silver Presentation Vase, Black, Starr & Frost, Ltd., North Attleboro, MA, Circa 1920,

of trumpet form with shaped rim, raised on a stepped domed base, engraved “BALTIMORE COUNTRY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP OCTOBER 13-1415, 1920 WON BY M. TYSON ELLICOTT,” weighted, marked on base. Height 20 inches. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $500-700

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A Set of Four American Silver Candlesticks, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

cast from Georgian examples, the shaped square bases with shells at corners, rising to knopped baluster stems and campana-form sconces, detachable conforming nozzles, two engraved with antelope crest, marked on bases and numbered OE1; 65 ozt 4 dwt. Height 8 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000 309

A Pair of American Silver Tall Candlesticks, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

the stepped domed bases rising to knopped baluster stems, fixed drip pans and banded campana-form sconces, marked on undersides; 36 ozt 17 dwt. Height 11 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver Bowl, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1925,

octagonal form, with faceted sides, engraved in center with initial D, marked to base and numbered 20200-8933; 18 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter 9 3/8 inches. $500-700 311

An American Silver Centerpiece/Punch Bowl, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1925,

the deep circular bowl partly fluted and applied with bands of beading, raised on four leaf-capped scroll supports; marked on underside and numbered 20420G-9520; 76 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 12 1/2 inches. $3,000-5,000 312

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set and Tray, William G. DeMatteo, Bergenfield, NJ, Circa 1930, comprising a coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and circular tray, ovoid on three scroll feet, with carved ivory handles at right angles to spouts and blossom and beaded tendril finials, the tray with conforming openwork handles, marked on undersides; 58 ozt 12 dwt gross. Length of tray over handles 14 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $2,600-4,000

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An American Silver Water Pitcher, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1915,

An American Silver Presentation Water Pitcher, Frank W. Smith Silver Co., Gardner, MA, Circa 1914,

An American Silver and Cut Glass Centerpiece Bowl, Dominick & Haff, New York, Circa 1910,

of vase form with reed borders and angular handle, the front engraved with monogram A.E.L., marked on base and numbered 18181-5979; 32 ozt 4 dwt. Height 9 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 314*

An American Silver Three-Handled Loving Cup, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, circa 1915,

of baluster form, with leaf-tip and beaded borders, applied with the emblem of the Society of the Book and Snake and engraved “Presented to THEODORE WRIGHT GRIGGS November 25 1915” and with the names of Yale University’s class of 1895, the handles cast with scrolls and roses, gilt interior, marked on base and coded AGX; 43 ozt. Height 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $1,500-2,000

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the oval body partly fluted, one side with etched inscription “Inter City Matinee League of Amateur Driving Clubs CLEVELAND, OHIO 1914,” the other side engraved “Won By Frank G. Jones, Esq. DRIVING Miss Directed FINAL RACE FOR LEAGUE CUP,” marked on base and numbered 3655; 23 ozt 4 dwt. Height 9 1/4 inches. $700-900 316

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1915,

of ovoid form with applied reeded borders and loop handle, marked on base and numbered 18184B-892; 32 ozt 14 dwt. Height 7 1/2 inches. $800-1,200

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the silver screw-off circular base raised on four festoon-draped pilaster supports linked by a band of lobes and festoons, engraved with script monogram FWC, the glass bowl with flaring rim, cut with leaftips, lobes and flowers, marked on underside and numbered 4410; 21 ozt 9 dwt weighable. Height 12 1/2 inches. $800-1,200


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An American Silver Flatware Service, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Co., Meridan, CT, Circa 1935,

An American Silver Flatware Service, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Circa 1945,

Chantilly pattern, engraved with initial J, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 11 lunch knives 9 lunch forks 11 butter spreaders 12 pastry forks 12 oyster forks 20 terrapin forks 18 teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 3 tablespoons 2-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 patÊ server 2 nut scoops 1 olive spoon 1 baby spoon 3-piece child’s set together with 1 master butter knife, Marguerite pattern Gorham Mfg. Co. 1 cake server, Norfolk pattern Gorham Mfg. Co. 1 baby spoon 1 silver-plate punch ladle 149 pieces, in wood box; 121 ozt 14 dwt weighable. $4,000-6,000

Elegance pattern, engraved with initial P, comprising 6 dinner knives 6 dinner forks 6 dessert knives 12 teaspoons 6 soup spoons 2 tablespoons 2-piece carving set 1 cold meat fork 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 jelly spoon 1 lemon fork together with 6 bouillon spoons, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co. 52 pieces, with wood box; 53 ozt 16 dwt weighable. $1,200-1,800 320

An American Silver Flatware Service, Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, Mid 20th Century, English Shell pattern, initial G, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 salad forks 12 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 60 pieces, in wood box; 52 ozt 6 dwt excluding knives. $1,800-2,800

Grand Baroque pattern, comprising 4 dinner knives 14 dinner forks 10 luncheon knives 14 luncheon forks 14 salad forks 15 teaspoons 14 butters 1 soupspoon 1 cheese knife 87 pieces, in a wood case; 91 ozt weighable. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $2,000-4,000 322

An American Silver Flatware Service, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Second Half 20th Century, Grand Baroque pattern, comprising 11 dinner knives 10 dinner forks 9 butter spreaders 10 salad forks 12 teaspoons 9 soup spoons 61 pieces; 62 ozt 6 dwt. $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century,

An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1915,

An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1940,

Royal Danish pattern, engraved with monogram IRS, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 24 lunch forks 12 butter spreaders 24 pastry forks 13 oyster forks 24 teaspoons 11 dessert spoons 12 soup spoons 12 iced tea spoons 24 demitasse spoons 4 tablespoons 2 cold meat forks 1 serving fork 1 tomato server 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 pie server 1 jelly spoon 1 patĂŠ server 205 pieces; 231 ozt 9 dwt weighable. Property from the Estate of Martha Siragusa, Chicago, Illinois $5,000-7,000

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Devonshire pattern, comprising 8 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 8 lunch knives 8 lunch forks 7 butter spreaders 8 salad forks 8 soup spoons 8 citrus spoons 6 teaspoons 8 coffee spoons 3 tablespoons 2 cold meat forks in sizes 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 master butter knife 1 sugar spoon 86 pieces, in wood box; 68 ozt excluding knives. Property from the Collection of John Heiner, Naperville, Illinois $2,000-4,000

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Joan of Arc pattern, comprising 18 dinner knives 18 dinner forks 18 butter spreaders 18 salad forks 18 dessert spoons 18 teaspoons 12 iced tea spoons 2 serving spoons 122 pieces; 107 ozt 2 dwt excluding knives. Property from the Estate of Peggy G. Richards, Barrington, Illinois $2,000-4,000 326*

An American Silver Flatware Service, S. Kirk & Son Co., Baltimore, MD, Circa 1925,

Clinton pattern, engraved with monogram PLE, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 11 lunch forks 4 butter spreaders 4 tablespoons 12 dessert spoons 12 teaspoons 12 bouillon spoons 12 coffee spoons 103 pieces; 139 ozt excluding knives, in wood box. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $2,000-4,000


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An American Silver Flatware Service, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1920,

An American Silver Flatware Service, Alvin Corporation, Providence, RI, Circa 1950,

An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Company, Meriden, CT, Circa 1940,

Etruscan pattern, comprising 11 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 2 lunch forks 10 salad forks 12 cocktail forks 10 dessert forks 11 fruit forks 11 tablespoons 7 demitasse spoons 8 fruit spoons 10 soup spoons 5 serving spoons 8 teaspoons 2 serving spoons together with a 2-piece carving set 133 pieces; 95 ozt 4 dwt weighable. $2,000-4,000

Prince Eugene pattern, comprising 18 dinner knives 18 dinner forks 18 butter spreaders 18 lunch forks 18 oyster forks 34 teaspoons 18 soup spoons 1 cold meat fork 3 serving spoons 1 sauce ladle 2 cream ladles 1 cake server 1 master butter knife together with 7 silver-plate teaspoons, Rogers Bros. 158 pieces, in a wood box; 166 ozt 16 dwt weighable. $3,000-5,000 329

An American Silver Flatware Service, Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, Mid 20th Century,

Enchantress pattern, engraved with initial M, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 salad forks 12 butter spreaders 24 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 2-piece carving set 2 salad servers 2 serving spoons 1 cold meat fork 1 sauce ladle 1 pie server 1 sugar spoon 94 pieces, in wood box; 94 ozt weighable. Property from the Collection of John Murrow and James Guth, Chicago, Illinois $2,500-3,500

Eloquence pattern, comprising 18 dinner knives 18 dinner forks 18 dessert forks 21 teaspoons 11 dessert spoons 4 tablespoons 1 serving spoon 1 tomato server 1 pie server 1 master butter knife 1 sugar spoon 95 pieces, in wood box by Lunt; 126 ozt 12 dwt weighable. $2,500-4,500

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An American Silver Bowl, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1910,

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set, Roger Williams Silver Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1910,

An American Silver and Mixed Metal Flask, Napier Company, Meriden, CT, Circa 1920,

circular, the openwork everted rim with flowerheads spaced by beading and pendant berry clusters, the center engraved with script monogram NAJ, marked on base and numbered 13780E-9437; 15 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 10 1/2 inches. $700-900 332

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1923-27, Edgeworth pattern, comprising a teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, of vase form with capped scroll handles, engraved with script monogram EKW, marked on bases and with date symbols; 46 ozt 2 dwt gross. Height of teapot 10 1/4 inches. $1,200-2,000

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comprising a teapot, a creamer and a covered sugar bowl, of paneled urn form with capped handles, engraved with monogram WAMcF, marked on bases, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co.; 47 ozt 216 dwt gross. Height of teapot 8 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 334

An American Sterling Silver Centerpiece Bowl, Roger Williams Silver Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1905,

shaped oval with lobed sides, the everted undulating border applied at rim with openwork scrolls and rose blossoms at intervals, underside engraved “J.L.C. TO E.M.C. JUNE 25-1878”, marked on base; 41 ozt. Length 15 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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rectangular, the spot-hammered surface inlaid with bands of 14-karat gold and cover, engraved in center with “ATLANTIC INDIAN SHOOT PROVIDENCE R.I. Oct 9, 1922. FIRST PRIZE CLASS “A” ELKING WINONA MINN. 98X100,” marked on mouthpiece and stamped 14K GOLD INLAID; 6 ozt 2 dwt. Length 6 inches. Property from the Collection of Marilyn Callender, Denver, Colorado $500-700 336

An American Silver Bowl, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, 1912, circular with tapered base and fluted sides, marked on base numbered 117 and with date symbol; 13 ozt 4 dwt. Diameter 8 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $700-900


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An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set and Matching Tray, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1900, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl, waste bowl and twohandled tray, flat-chased and engraved with panels of strapwork and swags of fruit between guilloche and leaf-tip borders, the oval tray with conforming border, all engraved with triple acorn and trident crest, marked on bases, teapot coded EQW, coffee pot EQV, kettle ERA, creamer EQY, sugar bowl EQX, waste bowl EQZ and tray ERB; 320 ozt 15 dwt gross. Length of tray over handles 30 3/4 inches, height of kettle on lampstand 12 3/4 inches. $12,000-18,000 338

An American Silver Large Vase, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1900, tapering cylindrical with everted rim, chased with strapwork cartouches, leaf-tips and swags of fruit, engraved on one side with triple acorn and trident crest, marked on base and coded KZL; 81 ozt 4 dwt. Height 15 inches. $4,000-6,000

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An American Silver Assembled Flatware Service, Jacobi & Jenkins, S. Kirk & Son and Others, Baltimore, MD, Circa 1905,

An American Silver Flatware Service, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Circa 1970,

An American Silver Assembled Four-piece Coffee Set and Tray, Late 19th/Early 20th Century,

RepoussĂŠ patterns, monogrammed EMD, comprising 11 lunch knives 18 dinner forks 6 butter spreaders 5 lunch forks 6 salad forks 11 oyster forks 5 tablespoons 11 dessert spoons 28 teaspoons 6 soup spoons 12 coffee spoons 4-piece carving set 1 fish slice 1 cold meat fork 1 serving fork 2 serving spoons 1 asaragus server 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 cake server 1 jelly spoon 1 nut spoon 1 nut pick 1 bottle opener 1 lemon fork 1 olive spoon together with 8 servers in various patterns 146 pieces; 148 ozt 4 dwt weighable Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $3,000-5,000

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Shenandoah pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 salad forks 12 dessert spoons 12 teaspoons 11 butter spreaders 3 tablespoons 2 pierced serving forks 2 cold meat forks 2 olive forks 1 sauce ladle 1 sugar spoon 1 pie server together with 1 cake server, Grand Baroque pattern 83 pieces; 80 ozt weighable. $2,500-3,500 341*

A Silver-Plate Dinner Service, 20th Century,

the rotating circular stand fitted with three oval entree dishes, a central chafing dish, a caster and salt and associated sauce boat, all with scroll and rocaille borders. Length over handles 27 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $600-800

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comprising a coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, waste bowl and circular tray, all embossed and chased with dense flowers and foliage against a matted ground, coffee pot by Jacobi & Jenkins, creamer, sugar bowl and tray by Baltimore Sterling Silver Co., waste bowl; together with a table bell and sugar tongs by S. Kirk & Son.; 39 ozt 14 dwt. gross. Height of coffee pot 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $1,000-2,000


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A Set Ten American Silver Bread Plates, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century,

A Pair of American 14-Karat Gold Shoe Buckles, R. Blankington & Co., North Attleboro, MA, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Entree Dish, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century,

shaped circular, the borders chased with running scrolls punctuated by leaf-tips, marked on undersides and numbered 738; 31 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. $700-900 344

A Pair of American Silver Three-Light Candelabra, Fisher Silversmiths, Inc., New York, Mid 20th Century,

Victoria pattern, the stepped shaped circular bases chased with lobes and scrolls, the faceted baluster stems springing from leaf-tips and with conforming shoulders, the detachable tops with two scroll branches supporting campana form sconces, weighted bases and tops, marked on bases and flanges of tops. Height 16 5/8 inches. $500-700

oval, engraved with scrolling foliage, the reverse engraved “Mary B. Cuttiny,� marked on reverse and stamped 14K; 6 ozt 4 dwt. Length 1 5/8 inches. $600-800 346*

An American Silver Cake Basket, Dominick & Haff, New York, Retailed by E.A. Brown Co., Late 19th Century shaped circular with undulating border, pierced and chased with foliate arabesques, flowerhead bosses and scrolling acanthus, monogrammed MLL, conforming swing handle, marked on base and numbered 3618H; 29 ozt. Diameter 11 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $700-900

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shaped rectangular, the border applied with shells flanked by furled leaves, marked on base and numbered H182, 21 ozt 10 dwt. Length 11 5/8 inches. $500-700 348

An American Silver and Cut-Glass Pitcher, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1898,

with silver spout and neck mount decorated with running grapevine, engraved on one side with monogram W.B.W., the elongated glass body decorated with beaded bands, marked on neck, numbered S2901 and with date symbol. Height 11 1/2 inches. $400-600

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An American Silver Table Suite, Theodore B. Starr, New York, NY / Graff, Washbourne & Dunn, New York, NY, Early 20th Century,

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comprising four branch stand, pair of vases, pair of small circular bowls, larger bowl and a tazza, all with everted borders pierced with pales and cast with laurel garlands and scrolling foliage, monogrammed MLG, marked on bases; 135 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter of largest bowl 11 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $3,000-5,000

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An American Silver Three-Handled Loving Cup, Theodore B. Starr, New York, NY, Circa 1910,

of inverted pear-form, the body and domed base chased with flowers, scrolls and rocaille, the three multi-scroll handles topped with scrolling foliage, engraved on one side with foliate script monogram LBH, gilt interior, marked on underside and numbered S3357; 67 ozt 17 dwt. Height 11 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 351

An American Silver Large Salver, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century,

circular, pierced and chased with baskets of flowers, shield-form cartouches and foliate festoons, applied leaf and ribbon rim, on short foot rim, marked on underside and coded KQK; 48 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 15 inches. $900-1,200 350

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An American Silver Bowl, Unger Brothers, New York, NY, Circa 1905,

the bowl with lobed sides and shaped circular border chased in high relief with full-blown flowers, buds and scrolling vines, marked on base and numbered 0550; 18 ozt 3 dwt. Diameter 12 inches. $500-700

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A Set of Twelve American Silver Dinner Plates, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1910,

circular, the borders and centers finely chased and applied with urns, clusters of fruit and strapwork, engraved with monogram EGL, marked on undersides and numbered 16180A-623; 216 ozt 11 dwt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $10,000-20,000 354

An American Silver Two-Handled Punch Bowl, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1890,

the deep bellied bowl with scalloped rim, chased with large scroll and shellwork cartouches, flanked by sprays of flowers and foliage against a matted ground, the loop handles cast with rocaille and applied with shells, engraved “PRESENTED TO HERMAN F. FOHLSAAT BY THE CITIZENS OF GALENA JUNE 3 1891, ‘THY MODESTY’S A CANDLE TO THY MERIT’, and ‘LARGE WAS HIS BOUNTY, AND HIS SOUL SINCERE’”, the other side engraved with a monument depicting Fohlsaat, gilt interior marked on base, and numbered 1052, retailed by Spaulding & Co., Chicago; 69 ozt. Length over handles 14 1/2 inches. $5,000-7,000

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An American Silver Five-Piece Tea Service, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY,

comprising a teapot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, of paneled vase form with rope-twist borders and flower basket finials, engraved with crest on one side, marked on bases and numbered 13889-2207, kettle 13889-3919; 121 ozt 4 dwt gross. Height of kettle on lampstand 13 1/2 inches. $6,000-8,000

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An American Silver-Gilt Eleven-Piece Dresser Set, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, circa 18981901, comprising a jewelry box, tray, hair brush, powder box, shoe horn, pin tray, two pill boxes, small jar with glass body, button hook and a comb, all embossed and chased with dense flowers and foliage and engraved with initials JE, all marked and with date symbols; 18 ozt 6 dwt weighable. Length of tray 10 inches. $1,000-2,000

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An American Silver Six-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1925, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lampstand, creamer, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, of paneled vase form with undulating shoulders, urn finials, all engraved on one side with script monogram JWS, marked on bases and numbered 560; 136 ozt 7 dwt. Height of kettle on lampstand 13 inches. $2,400-3,400 358

An American Silver Bowl, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1903,

shaped rectangular, the undulating rim embossed and chased with large flowerheads linked by running leaves, marked on base and with date symbol; 19 ozt. Length 12 7/8 inches. $400-600 359

An American Silver Rectangular Tray, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1902, 357

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the wide border embossed and chased with dense flowers including chrysanthemum, prunus and iris, center engraved with script monogram NKJ, marked on base and with date symbol; 18 ozt 13 dwt. Length 14 1/2 inches. $400-600


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An American Silver Loving Cup, Martelé, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1905, of three-handled baluster form on a shaped spreading vase, the spot-hammered surface chased with flowers including water lilies and violets, engraved “TO MR. DAVID B FALTER FEBRAURY 25, 1909 FROM THE WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS EXCHANGE OF CHICAGO,” marked on underside and coded H/UL; 38 ozt 16 dwt. Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois

Gorham’s Martelé archives, as reproduced by Larry Pristo in Martelé 950-1000 Gorham’s Nouveau Art Silver, 2002, p. 340, indicate that Loving Cup, H/ UL was completed on 13 July 1905. It was raised by silversmith Alfred J. Ottestad in 60 hours, and was chased by Edward Zoir St. for an additional 59 hours. The net factory price at the time of completion was $150. $8,000-12,000

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An American Silver Chamber Candlestick, Martelé, Gorham Mfg Co., Providence, RI, 1899,

shaped circular with undulating rim, densely chased with veined foliage and sprays of Queen Anne’s Lace, the urn form sconce and detachable snuffer chased to match, marked on base, numbered 2278, and with date symbol, retailed by Spaulding & Co.; 10 ozt 2 dwt. Length over handle 7 5/8 inches. Gorham’s records, as reproduced by Larry Pristo, Martelé 950-1000 Fine Gorham’s Nouveau Art Silver, 2002, p. 197, indicate that Martelé Chamber Candlestick 2278 was completed on 28 August 1899. The present lot required 30 hours to be raised and was then chased for an additional 30 hours. The net factory price was $64.00. $2,500-3,500 361

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An American Silver Water Pitcher, Gorham Mfg Co., Provience, RI, Circa 1905,

of oval baluster form with spot-hammered surface, applied with vine borders, the grapevine-form handle with leafy terminals, marked on base and coded YDA; 34 ozt 10 dwt. Height 10 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 363

An American Silver Presentation Vase, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1905,

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of elongated baluster form with spot-hammered surface and twig borders, engraved on one side “BENEDICT FOURSOME WON BY DR & MRS FRANKLIN H. MARTIN” and “MIDLOTHIAN COUNTRY CLUB PRESENTED BY MR & MRS J. MILTON TRAINER;” marked on base and coded N/VC; 25 ozt 12 dwt. Height 12 3/8 inches. $800-1,200 364

An American Silver Five-Piece Tea and Coffee Set, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1890-91,

comprising teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl, the lower bodies chased with sloping lobes and beaded tendrils below bands of running berried foliage, and laurel swags, the handles decorated with shellwork and dolphins, the spouts with rocaille and winged female masks, engraved with initial R, marked on bases and with date codes for 1890-91; 94 ozt 14 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 10 7/8 inches. Property from a California Estate $4,000-6,000 365

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A Pair of American Silver-Plate Five-Light Candelabra, Meriden Brittania Co., Meriden, CT, Circa 1885,

the domed bases chased with sweeping lobes, the baluster stems with pierced buttress supports, tops with four scroll branches. Height 26 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver-Plate and Cut Glass Epergne, Meriden Britannia Co., Meriden, CT, Late 19th Century, in Aesthetic taste, the base raised on ball feet and with stylized floral borders, rising to four buttress supports surmounted by a circular frame enclosing a cut glass bowl and topped by another glass bowl, all flanked by two putti supporting smaller glass bowls. Height 19 1/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 367

Ten American Marine-Themed Silver Flatware Articles, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1885,

Narragansett style, comprising two serving forks with shell terminals, one pickle fork with twisted handle, one jelly spoon with oyster shell bowl, two teaspoons with shell bowls and crustacean-mounted terminals, two teaspoons with fish-shaped bowls, a teaspoon with fish-mounted handle and a teaspoon with fishform handle, all marked on reverse; 5 ozt 3 dwt. Length of forks 8 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Set of Twelve American Silver Oyster Forks, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT,

the handles decorated with crabs, starfish, shells and aquatic plants, marked on reverse of handles; 8 ozt 4 dwt. $350-450 369

Four American Silver “Marine” Table Articles, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1885,

comprising a salt in the form of a oyster shell, teaspoon with oyster shell bowl, teaspoon with fish-shaped bowl, and pair of sugar tongs with shell terminals, all marked; 4 ozt 16 dwt. Length of salt 4 3/4 inches. $300-500 370

A Pair of American Silver Shell Form Dishes, R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, CT, Late 19th Century,

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realistically chased as oyster shells, marked on underside and numbered 393; 5 ozt 17 dwt. Length 6 1/4 inches. $300-500 371

Two American Silver “Marine” Salts and Twelve Salt Spoons, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1885, the gadrooned circular bowls with everted rims chased with swimming turtles and aquatic plants, the spoons with gilt shell-form bowls and handles applied with starfish, all marked, salts numbered 2160; 2 ozt 16 dwt. Diameter of salts 2 7/8 inches. $250-350

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An American Silver “Turkish� Coffee Pot, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1895, with lobed lower body and elongated neck and spout, engraved with script monogram LSB, with monogram LSB; marked on base and numbered 9479-3576; 19 ozt 18 dwt gross. Height 9 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 373*

An American Silver Flatware Service, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Late 19th Century,

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English King pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 lunch knives 12 lunch forks 12 dessert knives 12 desert spoons 12 teaspoons 12 chowder/gumbo spoons 12 ice cream spoons 6 tablespoons 114 pieces; 183 ozt 7dwt excluding knives, in a fitted oak box by Tiffany. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $8,000-12,000

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An American Silver Indian Style Ewer, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1882

of jug form, the lower body chased with large sprays of beaded scrolling foliage against a tooled ground below a band of finely chased infant and mature elephants amongst etched ferns, the shoulders chased with chevrons and sweeping scrolls extending to the conforming loop handle, marked on underside and numbered 6849-4799; 54 ozt. Height 13 1/8 inches. A circa 1874 Tiffany pitcher featuring a similar band of elephants is in the collection of The Museum of Fine Art Houston, and illustrated by John Loring

in Magnificent Tiffany Silver, 2001, p. 123. Loring suggests that the elephants were likely designed by James H. Whitehouse and then modeled and chased by Eugene J. Solginy. A section of particularly playful elephants seen on both the present lot and the 1874 pitcher were later incorporated by Paulding Farnham on a tankard made for the Paris Exposition of 1900, and again on a 1900 cigar box sold Sotheby’s, New York, 22 October 1988 (illustrated ibid., p. 216). An 1883 “Japanese Style” ewer with elongated neck, elephant band and a dragon handle was sold Sotheby’s, New York, 20 January 2006, lot 132. This ewer was purchased by the present owner’s parents in the mid 1960’s from Nashville, TN, antiques

dealer Dunia Zacchini Norman. Before entering the antiques business, Norman had toured the world with Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, having received an early exposure to the circus world by her circus-performer father. Norman began as a trapeze artist at the age 16, and took over her brothers’ cannonball act when they were drafted into WWII. She and her sister are considered the world’s first female human cannonballs, an act they performed for twenty years. She was featured on the Ed Sullivan Show and the cover of Life magazine. Norman died in 2006. $30,000-50,000

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An American Parcel-Gilt Silver Four-Basket Epergne, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1874, the domed base with gilt band of running foliage, rising to a fully modeled classically draped maiden supporting three small circular bowls with matching foliate rims at her waist and a large central bowl above her head, the large bowl mounted with three female heads, marked on underside, numbered 661 and with date letter; 115 ozt 16 dwt gross. Height 19 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $8,000-12,000 376

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, Circa 1870, ovoid, with dart and bellflower border and shaped spout, the handle capped with roaring lion head emerging from leaf-tips, marked on underside and numbered371; 33 ozt 5 dwt. Height 10 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $800-1,200

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A Pair of American Silver Goblets, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1865,

Medallion pattern, the spherical bowls applied with medallions bearing male and female profiles linked by an applied band of pales, one engraved with initial A and date “DEC. 14. 1865” the other “Edwin K. Rand Oct. 20. 1865.”, raised on knopped trumpet-form bases, marked on bases and numbered 211; 18 ozt 2 dwt. Height 6 1/4 inches. $500-700 378

An American Parcel-Gilt Silver Serving Fork, Gorham Mfg Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1870,

Isis pattern, the gilt tines pierced with flowers and applied with wings where joins handle, the rectangular terminal engraved “Evva,” marked on reverse of handle; 2 ozt 9 dwt. Length 9 1/2 inches. $250-350 379

An American Silver Cake Knife and Berry Spoon, Circa 1865,

both Medallion pattern, the knife by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, the spoon with gilt bowl, John Wendt, New York, NY; 6 ozt 3 dwt. Length of knife 10 3/4 inches. $150-250

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An American Silver Soup Tureen and Cover, Francis W. Cooper & Richard Fisher, New York, Circa 1855, of lobed oval from with cast rim of shells linked by foliate scrolls and flowers, raised on four scroll supports headed by large acanthus leaves and with leaf-capped loop handles springing from leaves, the conforming domed cover with flower spray finial, marked on underside; 103 ozt 18 dwt. Length over handles 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $4,000-6,000 381

An American Silver Bread Basket, Bailey & Co., Philadelphia, PA, Circa 1850,

oval with applied beaded borders and conforming swing handle, the center bright-cut and engraved with swags of flowers and wrigglework; marked on underside, numbered 136 and with pseudo marks; 19 ozt. Length 11 inches. $800-1,200

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An American Silver Large Ewer, Jones, Ball & Poor, Boston, MA, Circa 1850,

of inverted pear form on a stepped domed base with leaf-tip borders, the body and foot chased with sprays of roses, foliage and scrolls against a partly matted ground, engraved in the front “The Massasoit Bank to Dr. Jason H. Archer 1853,” and with leaf-capped scroll handle, marked on base; 32 ozt 9 dwt. Height 15 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 383

An American Silver Four-Piece Tea Set, W.S. Wood, New York, NY, Mid 19th Century,

comprising teapot, kettle on lampstand, creamer and covered sugar bowl, all of heart form chased with rococo cartouches, shellwork and flowers against a partly matted ground, the scroll handles decorated with grapevine, raised on four scroll feet, all engraved “Caroline V. Yale, “ marked on undersides, sugar bowl and kettle also with pseudo London marks, lampstand apparently unmarked; 108 ozt 18 dwt gross. Height of kettle on lampstand 14 1/2 inches. $2,500-3,500

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An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set, Robert Shepherd & William Boyd, Albany, NY, Circa 1810, comprising a teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, of generous size, the oval boat-form bodies raised on four ball feet and with gadrooned and lobed bands, with angular reeded handles and flattened-knop finials, engraved with foliate script monogram JRW, marked on bases SHEPHERD & BOYD in a serrated rectangle; 43 ozt 6 dwt gross. Length of teapot 12 1/4 inches. $2,000-3,000 385

An American Silver Creamer, New York, 1800-10,

of oval boat form, engraved with ribbon and running leaf borders, both sides engraved with crossed wheat sheaths, one side monogrammed CEK, angular handle, mark on base obscured; 6 ozt 14 dwt. Height 5 1/8 inches.

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The engraved ribbon and wheat decoration on this pot is identical to that seen on a three-piece beverage set, circa 1800-10, by John Vernon in the collection of the Museum of the City of New York, suggesting that Vernon may be the maker of this pot. (see Deborah Dependahl Waters, Elegant Plate, Three Centuries of Precious Metals in New York City, 2000, pp 427-430.) $200-400 386

A Group of American Silver Forks, 1840-45,

comprising 6 dinner forks, Fiddle Thread pattern, engraved with monogram AEM, Michael Gibney, New York, NY 12 dinner forks, Fiddle Thread pattern, engraved Alexander, T. Wiggins, Philadelphia Together with 2 dessert forks, J. Bowman, Philadelphia, circa 1860 20 pieces; 36 ozt 4 dwt. $900-1,200

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A Group of American Silver Spoons, Most Albany, NY, Late 18th/19th Century,

comprising 3 tablespoons, fiddle handles applied with shells, monogrammed JSD, Joseph T. Rice, Albany, circa 1830 1 tablespoon, fiddle handle, monogrammed RDF, Joseph T. Rice, Albany, NY, circa 1830 2 tablespoons, fiddle handles monogrammed, Griffen & Hoyt, New York, NY, circa 1830 2 tablespoons, fiddle handles monogrammed AMN, possibly made by Hall & Hewson and retailed by C.E. Butler, Hudson, NY, early 19th century 6 dessert spoons, rounded down-turned terminals bright-cut and engraved with script initials CG, Isaac Hutton, Albany, NY, late 18th century, 7 teaspoons, fiddle handles monogrammed JCH, Isaac Hutton, late 18th century 1 teaspoon, fiddle handle monogrammed MVB, Isaac Hutton, late 18th century 6 teaspoons, fiddle handles initialed JF, Griffen & Hoyt 2 dessert spoons, marked Lowell incuse 30 pieces; 27 ozt 10 dwt. $1,200-1,800

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A Group of American Silver Spoons, Late 18th century,

comprising 2 tablespoons, coffin-ends engraved with monogram ESS, Walter Cornell, Providence, RI, circa 1780 1 tablespoon, rounded up-turned terminal, back of handle engraved with block initials VW/I*A, William G. Forbes, New York, circa 1775 1 stuffing spoon, coffin-end, engraved with initials HM, unmarked, circa 1790 2 tablespoons, maker’s mark NC in a rectangle, late 18th century 6 pieces; 9 ozt 18 dwt. $600-800 389

A Group of American Silver Spoons, Circa 182545,

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Basket of Flowers pattern, comprising 6 teaspoons, Stebbin & Howe, New York, NY 4 teaspoons, Jared L. Moore, New York, NY 3 teaspoons, BC Frobisher, Boston, MA 1 tablespoon, <BC Frobisher 1 teaspoon, SB Brower, Troy and Albany, NY 1 tablespoon, F. Lockwood, New York, NY 1 pair large sugar tongs, Platt Brothers, New York, NY 1 cream ladle, George Howe, New York, NY 18 pieces; 12 ozt 14 dwt. $600-800

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An American Silver Creamer, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, Circa 1890,

An American Silver Bowl, Adolph Kunkler, Boston, MA, Circa 1910,

A Pair of American Silver Casters, Barbour Silver Co., Hartford, CT, Circa 1910,

of spool-form with spot-hammered surface, etched with sprays of carnations, marked on base and numbered 1317A; 8 ozt 6 dwt. Height 4 5/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700 391

tapered circular, with spot-hammered surface, the rim engraved with a band of Greek Key, marked on underside; 6 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 4 1/2 inches. The present lot was reportedly exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1911. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500

An American Silver Bowl, J.M. Merrill, New York, NY, Circa 1910,

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An American Silver Tray, Richard Dimes, Boston, MA, Circa 1910,

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oval with spot-hammered surface, the end pierced and engraved with wheat and scrolls, marked on base and numbered 630; 15 ozt 6 dwt. Length 13 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

An American Silver Tray and Tazza, Robert Sturm, Cincinnati, OH, Circa 1915,

of low circular form on short spreading foot, spothammered surface, marked on base and numbered 2007A; 13 ozt 8 dwt. Diameter 8 3/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

baluster form, the spot-hammered surfaces engraved with floral pendants and applied with initial H, marked on bases and numbered 45; 4 ozt 16 dwt. Height 4 5/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-250

OHIO

both with spot-hammered surfaces and geometrically pierced rims, the borders applied with monogram OEL, marked on bases; 61 ozt. Diameter of tray 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $1,000-2,000

An American Silver Three-Piece Tea Set, Attributed to J.M. Merrill, New York, Circa 1930, comprising a teapot, creamer and two-handled sugar bowl, circular with flaring shoulders and loop handles, bases stamped STERLING and numbered 3598; 14 ozt gross. Length of teapot 7 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700

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An American Silver Punch Ladle, H. Alvin Sharpe, New Orleans, LA, Circa 1940,

An American Silver Small Presentation Bowl, Robert R. Jarvie, Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

An American Silver Circular Tray, The Randhal Shop, Park Ridge, IL, Circa 1915,

the scale-work handle applied with medallions depicting the Voodoo Queen, Catoe the Presumptous of Cottonpatch, Miss and the artist himself, the double-spouted bowl centered by a second medallion of the Voodoo Queen, underside of bowl engraved ORIGINAL PATTERN PIECE BY H. ALVINSHARPE NEW ORLEANS, reverse of handle engraved PATTERN PIECE EXCATOE COLLECTION H. ALVINSHARPE FINE SILVER; 12 ozt 9 dwt. Length 12 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $700-900

circular, chased with Native American-style strapwork, one side applied with a medallion depicting a chief in profile and inscribed “ONWENTSIA CLUB POW WOW 1915,” marked inside base rim and numbered 2065; 6 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 4 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor Purchased Rago Arts and Auction Center, Lambertville, NJ, September 27th, 2007 $2,000-4,000 399

An American Silver Small Bowl and Tray, The Cellini Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1940,

circular with spot-hammered surface and lobed upturned rim, marked on base and numbered 754; 17 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 10 7/8 inches. $400-600 401

An American Silver Meat Platter, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, 1930-40,

shaped circular with lobed border, marked on base and numbered 1221; 23 ozt 13 dwt. Diameter 12 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $600-800

bowl and tray both lobed, resembling a stylized water lily, marked on bases; 16 dwt. Diameter of tray 7 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

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An American Silver Coffee Pot, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Water Pitcher, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920,

An American Silver Bowl, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1920,

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An American Silver Porringer, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

A Set of Six American Silver Matchbox Safes, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

An American Arts & Crafts Silver Two-Handled Tray, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1940,

of paneled pear form with spot-hammered surface, angular handle and bud finial, marked on base and numbered 925; 21 ozt 14 dwt gross. Height 9 3/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $600-800

spot-hammered surface, engraved â&#x20AC;&#x153;MARIANâ&#x20AC;?, the triangular handle geometrically pierced, marked on base and numbered 294; 5 ozt 6 dwt. Length 6 1/2 inches. $150-250 404

of baluster form with spot-hammered surface, the loop handle with leaf and berry terminals, marked on base and numbered 108; 29 ozt. Height 9 3/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000

rectangular, the spot-hammered surfaces applied with initials EC, marked on sides and numbered 201; 2 ozt 14 dwt. Length 1 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $100-200

A Set of Eight American Silver Bread Plates, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

plain circular with lightly spot-hammered surfaces, marked on bases; 43 ozt 18 dwt. Diameter 6 inches. $600-800 106

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of lobed inverted pear form with spot-hammered surface, marked on base and numbered 976; 10 ozt 6 dwt. Diameter 7 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

circular, the border notched at intervals, and with wheat-form handles, marked on underside 82/15; 49 ozt 8 dwt. Length over handles 17 1/4 inches. $1,200-2,200


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An American Arts and Crafts Silver Tea Set, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL,

An American Silver Cocktail Shaker and Twelve Martini Glasses, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Octagonal Meat Platter, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1925,

comprising a teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and tray, with faceted ovoid bodies, the tray of shaped oval form, each with applied monogram ESB, marked to bases; 71 ozt 7 dwt. Width of tray 11 1/4 inches. Property from a Significant Private Collection, Chicago, IL $3,000-5,000

with spot-hammered surfaces, the shaker with angular handle, the martini glasses on trumpet-form bases and stems, marked on undersides, shaker numbered 700, glasses 500; 42 ozt 8 dwt. Height of cocktail shaker 8 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $2,000-4,000

with circular central well and spot-hammered surface, the border applied with initial S, marked on underside and numbered 970; 26 ozt 3 dwt. Length 14 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $600-800 412

An American Silver Small Basket, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1920, circular with spot-hammered surface applied with initial S, fixed reeded handle, marked on base and numbered 462; 5 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter 5 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400

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An American Silver Large Meat Platter, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

plain circular, the border applied with monogram HKH in a circle, marked on underside and numbered X735L; 33 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 14 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $800-1,200 414

An American Silver Water Pitcher, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

with lightly spot-hammered surface, of baluster form with loop handle, marked on base and numbered 2P; 24 ozt 3 dwt. Height 8 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 415

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1915, of spreading cylindrical form with everted rim and angular handle, lightly spot-hammered surface; marked on underside and numbered 800; 20 ozt 16 dwt. Height 6 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $700-900

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An American Silver Cann, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1908,

with slightly flaring rim and strap handle, applied with monogram WDD, underside engraved “FROM WD- 1849 TO WWD JR. 1908,” marked on base; 6 ozt 8 dwt. Height 3 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $250-350 417

Two American Silver Salvers, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1930-31, 415

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shaped circular with upturned lobed borders, the undersides engraved “Designed and Handwrought for Carlton Elmore Florte 1930 Mother” and “Designed and Handwrought for Carlton Elmore Florte 1931,” marked on bases and numbered F656L and F320; 33 ozt 4 dwt Diameter of larger 11 1/8 inches. $800-1,200 418

An American Silver Creamer and Matching Sugar Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930, both of lobed baluster form with strap scroll handles, marked on bases and numbered 20CS; 7 ozt 4 dwt. Height of creamer 3 1/4 inches. $400-600 419

An American Silver Sauce Boat and Stand, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1912-16,

the stand and sauce boat both of oval form with molded rims, ivory insulators, marked on undersides and numbered F831; 14 ozt 8 dwt gross. Length of stand 9 1/4 inches. $600-800 417

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An American Silver Biscuit Tray, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, 1900-1910, the elongated angular tray flanked by bracket supports with shaped handles pierced with scrolls, marked and numbered 154 E; 4 ozt 16 dwt. Length 8 inches. $300-500 421

Two American Silver Vegetable Dishes, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL Circa 1931,

both oval with shaped lobed borders, the base of larger engraved “Lathrop December 20, 1931,” marked on base and numbered V5S and V5SS; 30 ozt 2 dwt. Lengths 11 1/4 inches, 10 5/8 inches. $1,200-1,800 422

A Set of Eight American Silver Casters, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, Il, Circa 1930,

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of baluster form with spot-hammered surfaces, marked on bases and numbered 2; 22 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. $500-700 423

A Pair of American Flower-Form Short Candlesticks, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1934,

the loped circular bases rising to extending leaves supporting baluster sconces, detachable nozzles, underside of one engraved “From the Department of Dermatology Northwestern University Medical School March 1934,” marked on bases and numbered C4; 10 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 5 inches. $300-500 424

A Set of Four American Silver Short Candlesticks, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930, on circular bases with baluster sconces and fixed circular drip pans, marked on bases and numbered 5; 20 ozt 2 dwt. Diameter 4 1/4 inches. $400-600

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An American Two-Handled Presentation Cup, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1909-11,

of pear form with lightly spot-hammered surface and angular strap handles, engraved on one side “Belleair Florida 1911 Won by Mrs. W. A. A. Lexander, marked on base and numbered 7977; 11 ozt 14 dwt. Height 6 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor Purchased Spencer Marks, Ltd., Southampton, MA $600-800 426

An American Silver Water Picher, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1920,

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with spot-hammered surface and attenuated lobed sides, engraved on one side with monogram CWW, underside engraved “CARRIE WISE WEIBERT,” marked on base and numbered 888 9; 23 ozt 2 dwt. Height 8 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $800-1,200 427

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930, lightly spot-hammered, circular with lobed sides, raised on a short spreading foot, marked on underside and numbered 118S; 23 ozt 4 dwt. Diameter 10 inches. $700-900 428

An American Silver Sauce Boat on Stand, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

the circular bowl and fixed stand chased with lobes, marked on base and numbered S12; 12 ozt 17 dwt. Diameter 7 inches. $300-500 429

An American Silver Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1912-16, 427

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shaped circular with low lobed sides, spot-hammered surface, engraved with monogram ABR, marked on base and numbered 5F; 12 ozt 12 dwt. Diameter 8 5/8 inches. $600-800

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An American Silver Bud Vase, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1912-16,

of trumpet form, with lightly spot-hammered surface, underside engraved with monogram ABR, marked on underside; 5 ozt 12 dwt. Height 8 inches. $300-500 431

An American Silver Soup Tureen and Cover, The Kalo Shop, Park Ridge, IL, 1909-11,

squat circular with lightly spot-hammered surface, the stepped cover applied with initial M, knop finial, marked on underside and numbered 4842; 43 ozt 9 dwt. Diameter 9 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $2,000-4,000

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An American Silver Water Pitcher, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1925,

with lightly spot-hammered surface, of inverted pear form with strap handle, engraved on one side with monogram ENM, marked on underside and numbered J8; 16 ozt 2 dwt. Height 8 3/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700 433

An American Silver Chalice, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1905,

with spot-hammered surface, the bowl with slightly flared rim, gilt interior, marked on base; 6 ozt 16 dwt. Height 7 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500

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An American Silver Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

of circular lobed form, with applied S initial, marked on base and numbered 18; 9 ozt 3 dwt. Diameter 7 1/4 inches. $300-500 435

An American Silver Gentlemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Traveling Set, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930, comprising 4 cylindrical containers, larger matching container, shoe horn, shaving brush with ivory handle, and a tortoiseshell comb, all in a fitted brown leather case, silver marked KALO STERLING, shoe horn numbered 1; 16 ozt weighable. Length of case 8 inches. $700-900 436

An American Silver Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1912-16,

with spot-hammered surface and lobed rim, flat-chased with initials DS, marked on underside and numbered 48; 8 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 6 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500

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A Set of Ten American Silver Salts, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Centerpiece Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

A Pair of American Silver Salad Servers, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, 1911,

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An American Silver Small Bowl and Matching Plate, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Small Tray, Circa 1930,

with spot-hammered surfaces, squat circular on short foot rims, marked on bases and numbered 2; 23 ozt. Diameter 2 7/8 inches. $400-600 438

An American Silver Stirring Spoon, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

with spot-hammered surface, spade-shaped bowl and elongated handle, marked on reverse of handle and numbered H201; 3 ozt 12 dwt. length 14 inches. $150-250

of lobed circular form on short spreading foot rim, lightly spot-hammered surface, marked on underside and numbered N845; 18 ozt 5 dwt. Diameter 10 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700

with spot-hammered surfaces, the circular bowl with crimped rim, applied with monogram ABR, the circular bowl with matching engraved monogram, marked on undersides; 10 ozt 4 dwt. Diameters 7 1/8 inches, 4 7/8 inches. $300-500

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F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E C T S O F V E R T U

with spot-hammered surfaces and spade-shaped bowl and tines, marked on reverse of handles and numbered 725; 4 ozt 10 dwt. Length 9 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400

rectangular with spot-hammered rim and handles, the surface etched with flowering branches and name LENA, rim with makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mark NAT, base stamped STERLING; 6 ozt. Length over handles 8 1/3 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500

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An American Silver Ash Receiver, Clemens Fridell, Pasadena, CA, Circa 1930,

spot-hammered, the circular base mounted with two cigarette holders and a rectangular match box safe, marked on underside; 3 ozt 13 dwt. Length 5 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600 444

An American Silver Water Pitcher, Shreve & Co, San Francisco, CA, Circa 1910,

ovoid with spot-hammered surface, the rims notched at intervals, loop handle capped at terminals, marked on underside and numbered 11082; 30 ozt. Height 9 1/8 inch. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $1,000-2,000 445

An American Silver Coffee Pot and Hot Milk Jug, Shreve & Co., San Francisco, CA, Circa 1910, tapered cylindrical with spot-hammered surface, applied on one side with initial S, together with a similar small bowl marked on bases; 21 ozt 16 dwt gross. Height of coffee pot 7 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $500-700

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An American Silver Punch Ladle, William Bednarz, Pasadena, CA, 1940-50,

with openwork handle, the bowl spouted, marked on reverse of terminal; 8 ozt 7 dwt. Length 13 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400 447

A Pair of American Silver and Wood Salad Servers, Louis S. Wood, Pasadena, CA, Circa 1950, with flat ebony handles, the silver mounts with incised bands, marked on reverse of handles. Length 13 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-250 448

Five American Silver Flatware Articles, Shreve & Co., San Francisco, CA, Circa 1940, comprising a master butter knife, sugar spoon, and 3 olive picks, all with handles applied with spheres, marked on reverse of handles; 3 ozt 12 dwt. Length of largest 7 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $100-200

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A Three-Piece Set of American Arts & Crafts Silver Serving Articles, Heinrich and Anna Eicher, Park Ridge, IL, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Pie Server, The Cellini Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

comprising a salad serving set, including a spoon and pierced fork, and a tomato server, each with an applied W monogram; 8 ozt 1 dwt. Length of longest 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. David Weil, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

the handle terminal decorated with leaves and berries, lightly spot-hammered, marked on reverse of handle and numbered S19; 2 ozt 18 dwt. Length 9 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $80-120

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A Danish Silver Berry Spoon and Cold Meat Fork, Carl M. Cohr, Copenhagen, Circa 1950,

A Pair of German Silver Tablespoons, Dresden, Circa 1800,

A French Silver-Gilt Three-Piece Flatware Service, Maker’s Mark LB, Paris, Late 19th Century,

the forked handles applied with leaves and vines, marked on reverse of handles; 4 ozt 16 dwt. Length 8 5/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-250 452*

A Norwegian Silver Massive Serving Spoon, Ostgaard, Dramen, 1851,

Shell and Thread pattern, the handle terminal initialed EO/DO, marked on reverse of terminal; 6 ozt 17 dwt. Length 15 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $100-200 453

A German Silver-Plate Knife Stand, Probably WMF, Early 20th Century,

the handles engraved with feathered borders, the reverse of the terminals with initial R over 1800 within crossed palms and below a coronet, top of terminals with maker’s mark IAS in an oval, town mark and assay scrape; 2 ozt 12 dwt. Length 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 456

A Set of Twelve German Parcel-Gilt Silver Teaspoons, Bruckmann & Söhne, Early 20th Century,

with gilt bowls, the handles decorated with rocaille and terminating in wings, marked on handle reverse; 8 ozt 4 dwt. $300-500 457

the stand centered by a fully modeled maiden extending a hand holding an apple, flanked by whiplash scrolls, together with 12 fruit knives with mother-of-pearl handles, underside of base marked 68. Height of stand 9 inches. $300-500

A German Silver Tea Caddy, Hanau, Karl Kurz, Kesselstadt, Late 19th century,

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A German Silver-Plate Mounted Glass Pitcher, WMF, Early 20th Century,

the glass body of baluster form, cut and etched with daisies, the silver-plate collar with berry leaves, the handle in the form of a twin tailed mermaid, marked near lower handle terminal. Height overall 12 1/8 inches. $300-500

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rectangular with canted corners, chased overall with full-blown flowers and foliage, marked on base; 6 ozt 13 dwt. Height 4 7/8 inches. $200-400

A German Silver Wager Cup, IF & Sons LTD., Early 20th Century,

in the form of a woman holding a cup over her head, her skirt densely chased with strapwork, scrolls and fruit, marked on base rim; 4 ozt. Height 5 inches. $200-400

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E C T S O F V E R T U

comprising and knife, fork and spoon, the hollow handles decorated with Renaissance scrolls and foliage against a matted ground, knife blade engraved to match, in fitted case, marked throughout. Length of case 8 1/8 inches. $200-400 460

A Set of Six French Silver-Gilt Teaspoons, Paris, Hourglass pattern, two by Christofle, four with maker’s mark EE a scale between and bee below; 5 ozt 2dwt. $180-220 461

Two Swiss Silver Creamers, Mid 19th Century,

both with gadrooned borders and stylized flowerheads at upper handle terminal, the smaller engraved with contemporary arms and supporters, smaller by maker’s mark R&G, probably Bern, the second Freres Gely, Lausanne; 15 ozt 2 dwt gross. Height of tallest 6 2/4 inches. $300-500 462

A Set of Four Russian Silver Cordials, Israel Essvich Zakhoder, Berdicher, Moscow, Circa 1885, the bodies engraved with bands of lozenges enclosing flowers alternating with town scenes, marked near rims; together with a circular doublehinged box, IV Ivanov, St. Petersburg, mid 19th century; 8 ozt 16 dwt. Height 3 1/2 inches. $300-500


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Three Dutch Silver Servers, Late 19th/ Early 20th Century,

A French Silver Mounted Glass Scent Flask, Maker’s Mark B&P a Device Above, Paris, Early 20th Century,

A Victorian Silver Hot Milk Pot, Sibray, Hall & Co, London, 1891,

comprising a serving spoon, marked with script letter I duty mark, a serving fork marked with lion passant and date mark for 1894, and a punch ladle marked with lion passant and date mark for 1923, together with a George IV silver stuffing spoon, London, Charles Eley, 1828; 19 ozt 4 dwt. Length of longest 12 inches. $500-700 463A

A Czechoslovakian Silver Sauce Boat and Stand, Maker’s Mark FA, Circa 1930,

the sauce boat and screw-off shaped oval stand with reeded borders, marked on rims; 20 ozt 8 dwt. Length 9 3/4 inches. $400-600 464

A Set of Six Russian Parcel-Gilt Silver Teaspoons, Circa 1910, the back of the bowls decorated with gilt strapwork and engraved with vines and flowerheads, twisted rod handles, bowls with Cyrillic maker’s mark AR and Kokoshnik mark; 2 ozt 6 dwt $180-220 465*

A Set of Twelve Venezuelan Silver Cordials, Maveplai, Caracas, Mid 20th Century,

with tulip-form bowls and baluster stems, on stepped domed bases, marked on bases; 13 ozt 7 dwt. Height 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth M. Mullins, St. Louis, Missouri $300-500 466

Two Persian Silver Mirrors, 20th Century,

one of oval form and the other rectangular, the backs densely chased with stylized foliage and basketweave, both with suspension chains, each marked 900. Length of largest 8 3/4 inches. $100-200 467*

A Persian Silver Mirror, Early 20th Century,

shaped circular, the reverse chased in high relief with dense flowers, foliage and horns against a matted ground, apparently unmarked. Diameter 13 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $150-250 468

Three Persian Silver Cigarette Cases, Early 20th Century,

comprising one engraved with a scholar and musicians, another with a village scene, the last with swimming fish; 13 ozt. Length of largest 4 7/8 inches. $500-700 469

Two Similar Egyptian Silver Cuffs,

both engraved with panels of flowers and foliage and mounted with two square knops, marked on reverse; 16 ozt 3 dwt. Length 3 3/4 inches. $400-600

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of inverted pear form, densely chased with scrolls, lattice and floral sprays, with wood handle at right angle to spout, hinged cover, marked on neck and cover; 6 ozt 4 dwt gross. Height 6 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

A Silver-Mounted Cowrie Shell Snuff Box, Possibly American, Early 19th Century,

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Kings pattern, engraved with contemporary crest and initial K, the slice engraved with depiction of Neptune, in fitted case; marked on reverse of handles; 10 ozt 7 dwt. Length of slice 12 3/4 inches. $200-400

An American Silver Mesh Purse, R. Blackinton & Co., North Attleboro, MA, early 20th Century,

484*

with a faceted cylindrical glass body, the silver base engraved with foliate script initial D, with lift-off bulbous cover, base and cover with maker’s mark and French standard. Height 5 3/4 inches. $200-400

with scalloped rim, the hinged base engraved with wriggle-work borders and inscribed “Mrs. Thomas Barstow to Mrs. C. Woodbridge Sept 19th 1831,” apparently unmarked. Length 2 3/8 inches. $150-250

the frame decorated with a mask of Neptune rising from waves amidst cattails; 6 ozt 2 dwt. Width of frame 4 inches. $300-500 475

Two Silver Mesh Coin Purses, Early 20th Century, both with closures engraved with foliage, one American with a silver strap handle, Whiting & Davis Co., Plainville, MA the other German with chain handle, maker’s mark CH; 6 ozt 18 dwt. Width of wider 5 1/8 inches. $150-250 476*

An Italian Silver and Enamel Compact, Piero Fallaci, Florence, Circa 1960,

of cartouche form, the hinged cover enameled with The Birth of Venus, the base engraved with flowers and foliage, marked inside; 3 ozt 6 dwt gross. Length 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Alice Gutnayer Trust, Northbrook, Illinois $300-500 477*

Five Silver Cigarette Cases, Late 19th/20th Century,

comprising one engraved with a wagon of flowers, another mounted with a “Jasperware” roundel, a Mexican example formed as an envelope, an American example engraved with incised bands, and a Chinese export example chased with dragons and applied with gold characters, four marked STERLING; 24 ozt 19 dwt gross. Length of longest 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Alice Gutnayer Trust, Northbrook, Illinois $600-800

A Victorian Silver Two-Piece Fish Service, Francis Higgins II, London, 1849,

A George III Silver Stuffing Spoon and a Pair of George IV Silver Asparagus Tongs,

the first with rounded down-turned handle, engraved with contemporary boar crest, Richard Crossley, London, 1799, the second plain Fiddle pattern, engraved with initial B, Eley, Fearn and Chawner, London, 1829; 9 ozt. Length of spoon 11 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $100-200 485

A George III Silver Soup Ladle, Peter and William Bateman, London, 1806, with oval bowl and plain rounded down-turned terminal, marked on reverse of terminal; 5 ozt 14 dwt. Length 13 inches. $150-250 486*

A George III Silver Punch Ladle, Maker’s Mark IB, London, 1800, with oval bowl, the rounded down-turned handle terminal engraved with contemporary crescent crest and motto CRESCENDO.PROSIM, marked on back of handle terminal; 6 ozt 17 dwt. Length 13 3/8 inches. The crest is that of Scot. $200-400 487

A Pair of George III Silver Casters, Peter and Ann Bateman, London, 1791,

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of baluster form with gadrooned borders, the lower bodies engraved with contemporary foliate script initials ST, the covers engraved with lattice, fully marked on bodies, covers with maker’s mark and lion passant; 5 ozt. Height 5 5/8 inches. $300-500

A Victorian Silver Vase, Josiah Williams & Co., London, 1895

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tapered cylindrical, chased with sweeping lobes and a shellwork cartouche enclosing engraved initial B, marked near rim; 3 ozt 15 dwt. Height 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Joseph von der Dressel XXVI and his wife the Imperial Countess Maria Theresa von Wimpfen, Chicago, Illinois $150-250

A George III Silver Creamer, Robert Hennell I, London, 1782,

of baluster form with applied beaded borders, leaf-capped double-scroll handle, underside with presentation inscription dated 1893; marked on base; 3 ozt 14 dwt. Height 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Gertrude Wells Brennan, Wilson, Wyoming $100-200

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A Silver Large Centerpiece Bowl,

An American Silver Trumpet Vase, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1965,

An American Silver Three-Part Dish, Alfredo Sciarotta, Newport, RI, Circa 1950,

oval with undulating rim and gadrooned borders, pierced with flowers and scrolls, underside with transposed marks for Francis Butty & Nicholas Dumee, London, 1770; 45 ozt 15 dwt. Length 17 7/8 inches. $800-1,200

of calla lily form on a spreading circular base, marked on base and numbered 23425; 20 ozt 19 dwt. Height 12 1/8 inches. $800-1,200 496

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A Sheffield-Plate Handled Tray, Early 20th Century,

the surface engraved overall with scrolling foliage, the border and handles decorated with grapevine, raised on four paw feet. Length over handles 30 1/4 inches. $300-500 492*

A Set of Three Sheffield-Plate Cloches, Albert Henry Thompson, Sheffield, Circa 1900,

An American Silver Trumpet Vase, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1965,

of calla lily form on a spreading circular base, marked on base and numbered 22509; 10 ozt 19 dwt. Height 9 5/8 inches. $200-400 498

A Suite of Six American Silver â&#x20AC;&#x153;Revereâ&#x20AC;? Bowls, Various Makers, Mid 20th Century,

in sizes, of typical oval form with engraved monogram. Length of longest 18 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200

comprising, one large bowl and five small bowls, one monogrammed MVR, another with inscription dated 1949, by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, WordenMunnis, Boston, MA, Fisher Silversmiths, Jersey City, NJ, Hunt Silver Co., New York, NY, and Watson Company, North Attleboro, MA; 54 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter of largest 8 7/8 inches. $700-900

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A Set of Seven Silver-Plate Five-Light Candelabra, 20th Century,

with tapered fasted stems and domed bases, each with four reeded scroll branches and fixed drip pans. Height 20 1/2 inches. $300-500 494

A Set of Four Sheffield-Plate Salts, Thomas Latham & Ernest Morton, Birmingham, Mid 19th Century,

the tri-form bases mounted with three trolls and supporting detachable gilt wells, with salt spoons with shell bowls and terminals cast as scribes, in fitted wood presentation box from James Robertson & Son, Edinburgh, marked on undersides of bases. Diameter 2 1/2 inches. Provenance: Langfords Silver Gallery, London, England, 13 March 1993 $400-600

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An American Silver Tazza, Tiffany & Co., New York, Circa 1950,

circular with reeded rim, the border pierced with stylized flowerheads spaced by running leaves, raised on a trumpet-form foot, marked on underside and numbered 21285; 13 ozt 14 dwt. Diameter 9 inches. Property from the Collection of Marilyn Callender, Denver, Colorado $400-600 500

An American Silver Small Compote, Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, Circa 1940,

the shallow circular bowl raised on an openwork dolphin and flower blossom stem, all on a spreading circular base, marked on base and numbered 22796; 6 ozt 8 dwt. Diameter 5 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $400-600

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E C T S O F V E R T U

formed as three leaf-shaped bowls joined by central rope-twist ring handle; marked on underside and numbered 9; 8 ozt. Length 8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500 502

An American Silver Candlestick, Possibly William DeMatteo, Bergenfeld, NJ, 1930-40, the domed circular bases rising to openwork scroll stems centered by a bud and berries, vase-form sconce, stem stamped STERLING; 9 ozt 17 dwt. Height 10 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $300-500 503

A Pair of American Silver Candlesticks, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century,

Chantilly pattern, the bases decorated with running scrolls, rising to baluster stems, sconces with detachable mounts for hurricanes, weighted, marked to bases and numbered 750. Height 11 inches. $300-500 504

A Pair of American Silver Salts, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Mid 20th Century, shaped oval form with faceted sides, raised on stepped foot, with monogram CNB, marked on undersides; 3 ozt. Length of each 3 3/8 inches. $70-90


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Two Matching American Silver Flasks, First Half 20th Century,

An American Silver Bowl, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Sugar Caster, Jenkins & Jenkins Inc., Baltimore, MD, Circa 1910,

comprising one larger and one smaller flask, both rectangular, engraved with vertical bands, hinged twist-off caps, one marked with maker’s mark an A in a pennant, the other marked E.A.M. STERLING; 13 ozt 10 dwt. Length of largest 7 inches. Property from the collection of Carolyn Schwarz, Glencoe, Illinois $400-600 506

An American Silver Presentation Vase, Old Newbury Crafters, Newburyport, MA,

of trumpet form, engraved on one side with presentation inscription dated 1933, weighted; marked on base. Height 19 1/2 inches. $500-700 507

Five American Silver Serving Articles, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1930,

comprising a circular basket chased with foliate festoons, a boat-form oval basket with pierced sides, and two serving spoons and one cold meat fork, St. Dunstan pattern; 17 ozt 16 dwt. Length of oval basket 6 7/8 inches. $300-500 508

A Set of Four American Silver Candlesticks, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1925, on circular bases engraved with leaf-tips rising to lobed attenuated stems engraved with floral pendants, detachable nozzles, weighted bases; marked on bases and with date symbol. Height 10 inches. $600-800 509

An American Silver Bowl, Frank M. Whiting, North Attleboro, MA, Circa 1930,

circular with lobed sides, raised on a spreading foot rim, marked on base and numbered R1813; 19 ozt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. $500-700 511*

An American Silver Teapot, Tuttle Silversmiths, Boston, 1923-29,

in mid-18th century style, of baluster form with gadrooned borders, the lower spout decorated with rocaille, ebonized wood scroll handle, marked on base and with date symbol CC; 19 ozt 10 dwt. Height 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $400-600 513

A Set of Twelve American Silver Nut Dishes, Whiting Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Early 20th Century,

shaped circular, the lobed rims decorated with flowerheads and scrolls, engraved with initial K, marked on bases and numbered 6072; 10 ozt 16 dwt. Diameter 3 3/4 inches. $400-600

cylindrical with slip-lock cover, densely chased overall with flowers and foliage against a matted ground, marked on base; 6 ozt 1 dwt. Height 5 1/8 inches. $200-400 516*

Two American Silver Trophy Cups, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1904, circa 1913,

the first of elongated spool form with scroll handles, engraved “THIRD FLIGHT Fourth Annual Tournament M.G.a. Held at Meadow Brook Golf Club 1904, marked on base, numbered A4087 and with date symbol, the second of urn form with scroll handles, engraved “MINNESOTA GOLF ASSOCIATION 1913 INTERLACHEN COUNTRY CLUB SECOND FLIGHT RUNNER UP WON BY,” marked on base and numbered A3756; 18 ozt 4 dwt. Height of largest 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Mary Griggs Burke, New York City, New York and Cable, Wisconsin $400-600 517

A Set of Six American Silver Oyster Forks, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1900,

514*

Love Disarmed pattern, 4 ozt 6 dwt. $150-250

Three Pairs of American Silver Candlesticks, Early 20th Century,

518

with lobed, hexagonal and octagonal tapered stems, and weighted bases, two pairs with detachable nozzles, hexagonal pair monogrammed AMDJ, octagonal pair initialed H, by Lebkuecher & Co., Newark, NJ, and Roger Williams Silver Co, Providence, RI, octagonal stamped STERLING 330. Height of tallest 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of E. Gordon Ellicott, Jr., Tinley Park, Illinois $500-700

An American Silver Bowl, Mauser Mfg Co., New York, Circa 1905,

shaped circular with lobed sides, the rim applied with running foliate scrolls, center engraved with inscription “Presented by Matinee Club of Pittsburgh + Allegheny to Mr. F.G. Jones owner of Frank A winner of 217 Trotting Class Inter-City Matinee Sept 7-1905,” marked on base and numbered 806F; 16 ozt 7 dwt. Diameter 11 1/2 inches. $500-700

shaped circular, with lobed sides and applied rim of running scrolls spaced by leaf-tips, marked on base and numbered 2438; 19 ozt 10 dwt. Diameter 11 1/4 inches. $500-700

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An American Silver Overlay Glass Decanter, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1899,

Two American Silver Trays, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1865, 1919,

An American Silver-Gilt Presentation Cup, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1880,

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An American Silver Vase, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1860,

An American Silver Berry Spoon, Frank M. Whiting Co., North Attleboro, MA, Circa 1900,

of bombé rectangular from, overlaid with silver pieced and engraved with scrolling foliage and rocaille, marked on stopper and with date symbol. Height 9 1/4 inches. $400-600 520*

An American Silver Bowl, Whiting Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, Circa 1900,

circular, the border pierced and chased with floral swags, sprays of roses and scrolls, raised on three pierced bracket supports marked on base and numbered 3212; 10 ozt 6 dwt. Diameter 9 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $300-500 521

Four American Silver Floriform Cups, Whiting Mfg. Co., New York, NY, Late 19th Century,

the bowls chased as lotus blossoms on fixed lilypad bases with stem-form handles, marked on bases and numbered 9, 5 ozt. Length over handles 2 1/4 inches. $150-250 522*

An American Silver Bowl, Mauser Mfg. Co., New York, Circa 1900,

oval, the shaped border chased with floral sprays spaced by scrolls, lobed sides, center monogrammed ASK, marked on base; 9 ozt 18 dwt. Length 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $400-600 523*

An American Silver Three-Piece Matching Tea Set, Cincinnati, OH, Late 19th Century,

the first circular with reeded border, flat-chased with Greek key, foliage and initial P, raised on a short foot; the second shaped rectangular with openwork border of flowers and scrolls, monogrammed LAF, marked on bases, rectangular tray with date symbol; 28 ozt 12dwt. Length of longest 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $400-600

the attenuated body engraved with woven bands and engine-turned flame stitch and monogrammed J.P. K and E.B., the shoulders applied with fully modeled ram heads, marked on base and numbered 170; 8 ozt 1 dwt. Height 7 7/8 inches. $400-600 527

A German Silver Folding Travelling Clock, Retailed by Lebolt, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

rounded rectangular, the covers incised bands, the brass bezel mounted on a conforming hinged plate, dial stamped LEBOLT & COMPANY, silver case by Louis Kuppenheim, Pforzheim. Length 3 3/4 inches. $400-600 528

A Pair of American Silver Bud Vases, Probably Chicago, IL, Early 20th Century,

with bulbous lower bodies and flaring rims, marked on bases HAND WROUGHT STERLING P.L.B; 5 ozt 11 dwt. Height 3 1/8 inches. $200-400

comprising a teapot, creamer and sugar bowl, all of baluster form chased with flowers and foliage against a matte ground, engraved on one side with monogram JLB, vine-form handles, teapot marked for Loring Andrews & Co., creamer and sugar by Duhme & Co.; 37 ozt 10 dwt. Height of teapot 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $1,000-2,000

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both circular, one with reeded rim and on base band, marked on undersides and numbered W5, 13; 4 ozt 11 dwt. Diameter of largest 3 3/8 inches. $150-250

Two Pairs of American Silver Shell-Form Dishes, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1887, 1941,

the first pair raised on three shell feet and with flower blossom handle, the second pair larger and on two ball feet, marked on bases and numbered 66E, 42677 with date symbols; 17ozt 12 dwt. Width of widest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $300-500

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An American Silver Small Bowl, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

shaped circular with hexagonally lobed sides, lightly spot-hammered, marked on base; 3 ozt. Diameter 3 3/4 inches. $150-250 530

Two American Silver Ash Receivers, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

531

An American Silver Eight-Piece Cordial Set and Tray, The Randahl Shop, Chicago, IL, Mid 20th Century, the cordials with slightly flaring lip on stepped domed bases, the circular tray with molded border, marked on bases; 13 ozt. Diameter of tray 8 inches. $300-500

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E C T S O F V E R T U

the body etched with celtic arabesques and presentation inscription “DAVID E. HEINMAN on his 21st anniversary and wishes him much happiness”, the domed foot with vertical wrigglework and scrolls, marked on base, numbered 948 and with date letter M; 5 ozt 2 dwt. Height 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Benjamin and Louise Pritz, Cincinnati, Ohio $300-500

the bowl and handle decorated with veined leaves and irises, marked on reverse of handle; 4 ozt 18 dwt. Length 9 1/8 inches. $200-300 534

An American Silver Ice Cream Hatchet, Bailey, Banks and Biddle, Philadelphia, PA, Late 19th Century,

the blade engraved with poppies, the handle with scrolls against a tooled ground, marked on reverse of blade; 3 ozt 17 dwt. Length 10 3/4 inches. $100-200 535

Twelve American Silver-Gilt Dinner Forks and Twelve Desert Spoons,

the forks Renaissance pattern, monogramed AVS, Dominick & Haff, New York, circa 1895, the spoons Paris pattern, monogramed ASR, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, circa 1900; 41 ozt 6 dwt. $700-900 536

Three American Silver Flatware Servers, S. Kirk & Son Co., Baltimore, MA, Circa 1920, Repoussé pattern, comprising a cold meat fork, a berry spoon and a serving spoon, together with a similar American silver lemon fork; 11 ozt 8 dwt. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. $250-350 537

Two American Silver Flatware Servers, The Kalo Shop, Chicago, IL, Circa 1930,

comprising a cold meat fork and a pastry server, with spot-hammered surfaces and pointed, up-turned handle terminals, marked on reverse of handles and numbered F 758; 4 ozt 7 dwt. Length of pastry server 9 inches. $200-400 538

An American Silver Tea Strainer, Frank M. Whiting & Co., North Attleboro, MA, Circa 1910, the spot-hammered rim and handle applied with bosses, marked on reverse of handle; 1 ozt 6 dwt. Length 5 7/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $50-70


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An American Silver Serving Spoon, Frank M. Whiting, North Attlebobro, MA, Early 20th Century,

An American Silver Serving Spoon and Cold Meat Fork, Frank M. Whiting, North Attleboro, MA, Circa 1930,

An American Silver Part Flatware Service, Spaulding & Co., 20th Century,

the openwork handle applied with grapes and grapevine, marked on reverse; 3 ozt 8 dwt. Length 10 inches. $50-70 540

An American Silver Childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fork and Spoon,

both with spot-hammered surfaces, spoon engraved with monogram M.J.L., marked on reverse with makerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mark BS a lion head between; 1 ozt 14 dwt. Length 4 3/8 inches. $80-120 541

A Pair of American Silver Salad Servers, Lebolt & Co., Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

with spot-hammered surfaces, the fork geometrically pierced, marked on reverse of handles; 6 ozt 7 dwt. Length 9 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-250 542

A Pair of American Silver and Lucite Salad Servers, Alfredo Sciarotta, Newport, RI, Circa 1955,

the rod lucite handles with down-turned terminals, one spoon pierced, marked on handle mounts. Length 12 1/2 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-257 543

A Pair of American Silver Salad Servers, Mulholland Brothers, Chicago, IL, Circa 1915,

with spot-hammered handles engraved with monogram A P.P, marked on reverse of handles; 5 ozt 4 dwt. Length 9 1/8 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor Purchased Spencer Marks, Ltd., Southampton, MA Page 104 Chicago Metalsmiths $100-200 544

A Pair of American Silver and Mahogany Salad Servers, Circa 1950,

bowl and tines with lightly spot-hammered surfaces, turned wood handles, silver marked STERLING. Length 11 3/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $100-200 545

A Pair of American Silver Salad Servers, William G. DeMatteo, Bergenfield, NJ, Circa 1935,

the openwork handles applied at terminals with bunches of grapes, marked on reverse of bowls; 7 ozt 4 dwt. Length 9 1/4 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $200-400

the openwork handle terminals decorated with leaves and applied with grapes, marked on reverse of handles; 6 ozt. Length 9 inches. Property from a Retired University of Wisconsin Professor $150-250 547

An American Silver Flatware Service, International Silver Co., Meriden, CT, Mid 20th Century,

Royal Danish pattern, comprising 8 dinner knives 7 dinner forks 8 salad forks 4 butter spreaders 4 oyster forks 16 teaspoons 4 soup spoons 1 carving knife 2-piece salad serving set 1 sugar spoon together with a pair of two-light candelabra with weighted bases, Fisher Silversmiths Inc., Jersey City, NJ 57 pieces, 58 ozt 14 dwt weighable. $1,200-2,200 548

An American Silver Flatware Service, Rogers Brothers, Waterbury, CT, Mid 20th Century, Bridal Veil pattern, comprising 10 dinner knives 10 dinner forks 10 salad forks 10 soup spoons 10 teaspoons 2-piece carving set 1 serving fork 53 pieces, in wood box; 51 ozt 2 dwt weighable $1,000-2,000 549*

An American Silver Part Flatware Service, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Circa 1910, Marlborough pattern, engraved with initial M, comprising 10 dinner knives 4 dinner forks 3 tablespoons 4 dessert spoons 5 teaspoons 6 citrus spoons 1 iced tea spoons 12 demitasse spoons 2-piece carving set, similar pattern, Web Silver Co., Philadelphia, PA 1 cold meat fork 1 berry spoon 1 sauce ladle 1 master butter knife 66 pieces; 59 ozt 6 dwt weighable. Property from the Estate of Louis M. and Linda M. Byron, Tucson, Arizona $1,500-2,500

the rounded terminals engraved with monogram MVR, comprising 2 dinner knives 11 dinner forks 9 lunch forks 9 butter spreaders 12 salad forks 12 dessert forks 9 teaspoons 12 soup spoons 8 coffee spoons 2-piece carving set 86 pieces, 90 ozt 13 dwt weighable. $2,000-4,000 551

Eight American Silver Flatware Servers, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, Early 20th Century, Les Six Fleurs pattern, comprising 2-piece salad serving set 1 cold meat fork 1 sauce ladle 1 master butter knife 1 butter spreader 1 sugar spoon 1 lemon fork 8 pieces; 16 ozt 9 dwt. Length of longest 9 3/8 inches. $300-500 552*

An American Silver Flatware Service, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA,

comprising 8 dinner knives 7 dinner forks 8 salad forks 7 butter spreaders 16 teaspoons together with 12 Alvin silver-plate bouillon spoons 6 Heirloom silver-plate cocktail forks 64 pieces; 34 ozt 18 dwt weighable Property from the Collection of Paul Mavros and David Valkema, Long Beach, Indiana $800-1,200 553

An American Mahogany Flatware Case on Stand, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA,

the rectangular flatware case opening to a fitted interior, the front with two rows of drawers, raised on a stand with cabriole legs. Height 36 x width 7 1/4 x depth 13 1/2 inches. $50-100

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L E S L I E H I N D M A N AU C T I O N E E R S U P C O M I N G AUC T I ON S C HEDUL E

FINE BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS NOVEMBER 6 | CHICAGO

PALM BEACH WINTER AUCTION JANUARY 11 | PALM BEACH

MILWAUKEE FALL AUCTION NOVEMBER 7 | MILWAUKEE

CONTINENTAL FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS FEBRUARY 10 | CHICAGO

PROPERTY FROM THE JOHN W. GRUND COLLECTION OF WESTERN ART NOVEMBER 13 | DENVER

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS FEBRUARY 12 | CHICAGO

ARTS OF THE AMERICAN WEST NOVEMBER 14 | DENVER

MILWAUKEE SPRING AUCTION MARCH 21 | MILWAUKEE

FINE SILVER AND OBJECTS OF VERTU NOVEMBER 19 | CHICAGO

ASIAN WORKS OF ART MARCH 25-26 | CHICAGO

VINTAGE COUTURE AND ACCESSORIES DECEMBER 5 | CHICAGO

FINE BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS MARCH 27 | CHICAGO

FINE JEWELRY DECEMBER 8-9 | CHICAGO

FINE JEWELRY APRIL 6-7 | CHICAGO

FINE TIMEPIECES DECEMBER 9 | CHICAGO

FINE TIMEPIECES APRIL 7 | CHICAGO

Classic Glass DECEMBER 9-13 | ONLINE ONLY

VINTAGE COUTURE AND ACCESSORIES APRIL 8-9 | CHICAGO

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN ART DECEMBER 11 | CHICAGO

NAPLES SPRING AUCTION APRIL 10 | NAPLES

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART DECEMBER 12 | CHICAGO

20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ARTS APRIL 15-16 | CHICAGO

NAPLES WINTER AUCTION DECEMBER 17 | NAPLES

CONTINENTAL FURNITURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS APRIL 28 | CHICAGO


Silversmith Index ARTIST NAME LOT

American Adler, Allan 256-259 Alvin Corporation 328 Asprey of New York 161 Bailey & Co. 381 Bailey, Banks and Biddle 534 Barbour Silver Co. 395 Bednarz, William 446 Black Starr & Gorham Mfg. Co. 284 Black, Starr & Frost, Ltd. 307A Blackinton & Co., R. 345, 474 Blanchard, Porter 260-262 Bruckmann & Sohne 456 Cartier 133, 135, 138, 144, 145 Cooper, Francis & Richard Fisher 380 DeMatteo, William G. 312, 502, 545 Dimes, Richard 394 Dominick & Haff 317, 346 Dunhill 149 Easterling Company 288, 293 Eicher, Heinrich and Anna 449 Fisher Silversmiths 344 Fridell, Clemens 443 Gorham Mfg. Co. 129, 238, 245, 251, 268, 269, 282, 295, 296, 307, 314, 318, 327, 332, 337, 338, 343, 348, 351, 354, 356, 358-364, 367, 369, 371, 375, 377, 378, 503, 504, 507, 508, 516, 519, 524-526, 532 Hunt Silver Co. 275 International Silver Co. 246, 272, 274, 283, 319, 323-325, 330, 347, 547 Jacobi & Jenkins 339 Jarvie, Robert R. 398 Jenkins & Jenkins Inc. 515 Jones, Ball & Poor 382 Kirk & Son Co., S. 280, 281, 297-299, 326, 536 Kunkler, Adolph 393 Lacktman, Michael 249 Lebolt & Co. 403, 404, 406, 407, 409-412, 415, 541 Leonard & Wilson 169 Lewis and Wilson 170 Lunt Silversmiths 320, 329 Manchester Silver Co. 292 Martele, Gorham Mfg. Co. 361 Mauser Mfg. Co. 518, 522 Meriden Britannia Co. 365, 366 Merrill, J.M. 391, 392 Mesick Mfg. Co. 255 Meyers, William B. 273 Mullholland Brothers 543 Napier Company 335 Niderost & Taber Inc. 263 Old Newberry Crafters 506 Pancritius, Paul 253, 254 Reed & Barton 242, 266, 276, 300, 303-306, 357, 517, 549, 551, 553 Rogers Brothers 548 Sciarotta, Alfredo 501, 542 Sharpe, Alvin 397 Shepherd, Robert & William Boyd 384 Shreve & Co. 444, 445, 448 Smith Silver Co., Frank W. 315 Spaulding & Co. 550 Starr, Theodore B. 349, 350 Stone, Arthur 302 Sturm, Robert 396 The Cellini Shop 399, 450 The Kalo Shop 308, 309, 413, 414, 416-441, 529, 530, 537 The Randahl Shop 252, 400-402, 405, 408, 510, 531 Tiffany & Co. 136, 156-158, 239-241, 243, 247, 248, 264, 265, 267, 269A, 270, 285, 287, 301, 310, 311, 313, 316, 331, 353, 355, 372-374, 495, 496, 499, 500

Towle Silversmiths 250, 277, 290, 291, 294, 552 Tuttle Silversmiths 278, 286, 511 Unger Brothers 352 Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., R. 279, 321, 322, 340, 368, 370 Watson Company 498 Whiting & Co., Frank M. 336, 509, 533, 538, 539, 546 Whiting Mfg. Co. 289, 376, 390, 513, 520, 521 Williams Silver Co., Roger 333, 334 Wood, Louis S. 447 Wood, W.S. 383 Zippo Mfg. Co. 148 Canadian Birks & Sons, Henry 186 Chinese Wo, Luen 117 Danish Ballin, Mogens 37 Cohr, Carl M. 451 Jensen, Georg 12-35 Michelsen, A. 36 English Adie Brothers Ltd. 185 Arnell, John 229 Asprey of London 207 Barnard Brothers 198 Barnard, E.E.J.W. 211 Bateman, Peter and Ann 487 Bateman, Peter and William 485 Boulton, Matthew 221 Carrs of Sheffield 176 Chrichton Bros. 189 Dixon & Sons, John 204 Elkington & Co. 192, 193, 205 Ellis-Barker Silver Co. 186A Galloway, Thomas and Alfred 213 Garrard & Co., R&S 201 Garrard Ltd. 177, 178 Greenberg, Ellis Jacob 190 Harper, Robert 195 Harrison Brothers & Howson 203, 206A Hennell I, Robert 488 Hennell II, Robert 200 Hennell, Samuel 217 Higgins II, Francis 483 Keith, John James 212 Latham, Thomas & Ernest Morton 494 Lestourgeon, Aaron 230 Mappin & Webb 188 Mills, Hugh 231 Mortimer, John & John S. Hunt 210 Nayler Bros. 187 Padgham and Putland 175 Padley & Son, William 197 Pearce, Richard 226 Peaston, William and Robert 232 Prime & Son, Thomas 208 Pringle & Sons, Robert 191 Reilly, Mary Ann and Charles 172 Rugg, Richard 233 Sampson Mordan & Co. 206 Sanders, Joseph 235 Sibray, Hall & Co. 482 Smith II, Benjamin 214 Storr, Paul 215, 223, 228 Stroud, William 219 Thompson, Albert Henry 492

Tiffany & Co. 202 Vander, C.J. 180 Wakelin, John & Robert Garrard 224 Walker & Hall 181A Williams & Co., Josiah 481 Willmore, Thomas 173 Willson Ltd., Walter H. 183 Wilson Hukin & John Thomas Heath 199 French Beaufort, Albert 74 Boin-Taburet 171 Christofle 78, 82 Debain, Alphonse 71 Fray, Martial 79, 80 Helft, Joel 139 Hugo, Emile 73, 77 Lapar, Leon 70 Lefebvre, Eugene 142 Puiforcat 68, 72 German Bruskmann & Sohne 49 Koch & Bergfeld 45 Kuhn, Gebruder 52 Kurz, Karl 457 Reiner, J. 51 Roesner, A. 42-44 Roth & Co., Georg 128 WMF 453, 454 Indian Hamilton & Co. 216 Italian Buccellati 1, 2, 5, 7, 10 Bulgari 131, 132 Caccione, Fratelli 8 Fallaci, Piero 476 Gucci 130 Mexican Fabian 110 Lopez Reyers, Juventino 103 Maciel 106 Marmolejo, Jose 104, 112 Real, Joyeria 113 Sanborns 100 Spratling, William 105 Vigueras, Plateria 102 Zurita, C. 107, 108 Navajo Sunshine Reeves, Daniel 237 Norwegian Ostgaard 452 Tostrup, J. 38 Persian Jozdany 94 Peruvian Camusso, Carlo Mario 96-99 Portuguese Gudes Marchilha, Guilherme 115 Russian Essvich Zakoder, Israel 462 Swiss Jezler 58, 60 Venezuelan Maveplai 465

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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

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International Representative Tina Fisher Grow 561.315.9100


Guide for Prospective Sellers Evaluation of Property If you have property you wish to sell, please call our Consignment Department at 312.280.1212 to arrange for a consultation. At that time, you may make an appointment to bring your property or photographs, along with any other pertinent information, to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and we will be happy to provide you with complimentary estimates and advice. If you have a large collection, an appointment may be made to evaluate the property on-site. Fees for on-site visits may vary. Standard Commission Rates Our standard rate of commission is equal to ten percent (10%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $5,001 or more; fifteen percent (15%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $2,001 or more but less than $5,001; and twenty-five percent (25%) of the hammer price on each lot sold for $2000 and less with a minimum commission of $25 per lot sold. If your property fails to reach the reserve price agreed upon between you and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., you may be obligated to pay a reduced commission rate of five percent (5%) of the reserve price. Shipping Arrangements Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. can advise you as to how to have your property delivered to our galleries. Packing, shipping and insurance are payable by the seller. In certain instances, packing and shipping costs may be paid by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and deducted from the proceeds of the sale. We may recommend packers and shippers, but we are not responsible for their acts or omissions. Appraisals Appraisals can be arranged for insurance, donation, estate tax, family division or other purposes. Appraisal fees vary according to circumstances. Please contact our Estates and Appraisals Department at 312.280.1212 for further information.

Guide for Prospective Buyers

Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: $0-$200 $10 $200-$500 $25 $500-$1,000 $50 $1,000-$2,000 $100 $2,000-$5,000 $200 $5,000-$10,000 $500 $10,000-$20,000 $1,000 $20,000-$50,000 $2,000 $50,000-$100,000 $5,000 $100,000-$200,000 $10,000 Over $200,000 Auctioneer’s discretion

In-House Bidding Live bidding at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is by paddle only. Please register for a paddle at the entrance of the sales room. If you are the successful bidder, your paddle number and the hammer price will be announced by the auctioneer. Online Bidding Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. allows absentee and live bidding through our website at www.lesliehindman.com as well as absentee and live bidding through third party online bidding providers which vary by sale. For more information regarding online bidding please visit our website at www.lesliehindman.com. Absentee Bidding If you are unable to attend an auction, you may use the absentee bid form provided at the back of this catalogue. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will exercise written order bids and telephone bids at no additional charge. Lots will always be sold as inexpensively as is allowed other bids and reserves as are on our books or bids executed in competition from the audience.

Conditions of Sale Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. encourages all prospective buyers to read the Conditions of Sale printed in this catalogue.

Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.

Exhibitions Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. recommends that all prospective buyers attend the pre-sale exhibition prior to the auction. Staff members are available at our pre-sale exhibitions to advise prospective buyers on particular objects or on any aspect of the bidding process.

Driving Directions/Parking

Estimates Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. provides catalogue descriptions and pre-auction estimates for each lot included in the sale. These estimates are a guide for prospective bidders. They are not definitive. All pre-sale estimates are subject to revision. Condition Reports We are happy to provide a condition report for lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. Nevertheless, intending buyers are reminded that condition reports are statements of our opinion only, and that each lot is sold “AS IS,” per our Conditions of Sale, as outlined in the back of this catalogue. All lots should be viewed personally by prospective buyers or their agents to evaluate the condition of the property offered for sale due to the highly subjective nature of condition reports. Bidding at Auction The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium as well as any applicable taxes.

From the WEST: Take I-290 east. Take the Paulina Street/Ashland Boulevard exit 28B. Stay straight to go onto West Congress Parkway. Turn left onto South Paulina Street. Take a slight right onto West Ogden Avenue. Turn right onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the left side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the NORTH/NORTHWEST: Take I-90/I-94 east toward Chicago. Take the Ogden Avenue exit 50A. Stay straight to go onto North Racine Avenue. Turn right onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the SOUTHWEST: Take I-55 north. Exit 292A I-90/I-94 W Wisconsin Follow I-90/I-94 W Wisconsin to the Lake Street exit 51A. Turn left onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. From the SOUTH/SOUTHEAST: Take I-90/I-94 west Follow I-90/I-94 W via the exit on the left toward Chicago Loop. Take the Lake Street exit 51A and turn left onto West Lake Street. Building will be on the right side at 1338 West Lake Street. Parking: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has a private parking lot located on Ada Street, diagonally across the steet from our entrance.

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Conditions of Sale LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS, INC. AS AGENT The lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. as owner or as agent for consignor(s) subject to the following terms and conditions. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale.

BEFORE THE SALE Prospective buyers are strongly advised to personally examine any property in which they are interested before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request, on lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. All lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse and neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any warranties or representations, express or implied with respect to such lots. Neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. No statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in the catalogue, or in supplements to the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and its consignor(s) make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in the catalogue.

AT THE SALE Refusal of Admission Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid. Registration before Bidding A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require bank or other financial references. Bidding as Principal When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and all other applicable charges, unless it has been explicitly agreed upon in writing with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., and that Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will only look to the principal for payment. Absentee Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out written bids given to us at least 24 hours prior to the sale for the convenience of clients who are not present at the auction in person, by an agent or by telephone. Bids must be placed in U.S. dollars. If we receive written bids on a particular lot for identical amounts, and these are the highest bids on the lot at the auction, it will be sold to the person whose written bid was received and accepted first. Execution of written bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale and we do not accept liability for failing to execute a written bid or for errors and omissions in connection with the written bid. Telephone Bids On lots with a low estimate of $300 and above and if a prospective buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in the bidding by telephone and we do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connection with telephone bidding. These telephone bids may be recorded at the discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.

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F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E C T S O F V E R T U

Online Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the Internet or software malfunctions related to the execution of online bids. Reserves Some lots in the sale are subject to a reserve which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with consignors or, in the absence thereof, the absolute discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders. With respect to lots that are offered without reserve, unless there are already competing bids, the auctioneer, in his or her discretion, will generally open the bidding at half of the low estimate for the lot. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer may proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized, and then continue up from that amount. Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his or her absolute and sole discretion to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding in such a manner as he or she may decide, to withdraw any lot, and in the case of error or dispute, and whether during or after the sale, to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale or to reoffer and resell the item in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale record is conclusive. Successful Bid The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In the case of a tie bid, the winning bidder will determined by the auctioneer at his or her sole discretion. In the event of a dispute between bidders, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. sale record shall be conclusive. Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and the bidder assumes full risk and responsibility.

AFTER THE SALE Buyer’s Premium In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium and the applicable sales tax added to the final total. The buyer’s premium for all purchases is twenty-five percent (25%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty percent (20%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and twelve percent (12%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000. Payment The buyer must pay the entire amount due (including the hammer price, buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and other charges) no later than 5 p.m. on the seventh (7) business day following the sale. Payment in U.S. dollars may be made with cash; bank check or cashier’s check drawn on a U.S. bank; money order; or wire transfer unless other arrangements are made with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a handling charge of $50 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.


(Conditions of Sale Continued)

Packing and Shipping If your bid is successful, we can provide you with a list of shippers. We will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us. Property will not be released to the shipper without the buyer’s written consent and until payment has been made in full. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser, and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will have no liability of any loss or damage to such items. Non Payment If we do not receive payment in full, in good cleared funds, within seven (7) business days following the sale, we are entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following measures, in addition to any additional actions available to us by law: a.) to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per thirty (30) days of the total purchase price b.) to hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to begin legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law c.) to cancel the sale d.) to resell the property publicly or privately with such terms as we find appropriate, to resell the property at public auction without reserve, and with the purchaser liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us, any property in our possession owned by such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, we have confirmed their authenticity. e.) to offset against any amount owed f.) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auction by or on behalf of the buyer g.) to take other action as we find necessary or appropriate

Failure to Collect Purchases If property is not picked up within seven (7) business days following the sale, whether or not payment has been made, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to charge $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than seven (7) business days following the sale. In addition, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. For property that is not picked up after thirty (30) calendar days, an additional administration fee of $75 will be charged. Property which is paid for but left on our premises for any reason in excess of sixty (60) calendar days is subject to sale by us with the balance of any funds recovered in excess of storage charges and any other fees being remitted to you.

LIABILITY Condition Reports Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for the correctness of any statement of any kind concerning any lot, whether written or oral, nor for any other errors or omissions in description or for any faults or defects in any lot. Neither the seller, ourselves, our officers, employees or agents, give any representation, warranty or guarantee or assume any liability of any kind in respect of any lot with regard to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, description, size, quality, condition, completeness, authorship, attribution, authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibition history, literature or historical relevance. Except as required by local law any warranty of any kind whatsoever is excluded by this paragraph. Purchased Lots If for any reason a purchased lot cannot be delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser. Legal Ramifications The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the jurisdiction in Illinois. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law. Discretion Any and all of the conditions may be waived or modified in the sole discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. 1209

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Collecting Purchases Once Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has received all funds due to us, the buyer shall collect purchased lots within seven (7) business days from the date of the sale.

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L E S L I E H I N D M A N AU C T I O N E E R S | BID FORM

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Online registration/bid requests must be received at least 24 hours before the auction begins. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will confirm all bids received by fax or by return email. Phone bids will not be accepted on lots with a low estimate below $300. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. allows absentee and telephone bidding registration through our website at www.lesliehindman.com.

268 Name Sale Number/Name

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City State Country/Zip

Contact Name

Email Fax

A per lot buyer’s premium is added to the final hammer price as per the following:

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BID LIVE ONLINE

$0-$200 $10 $200-$500 $25 $500-$1,000 $50 $1,000-$2,000 $100 $2,000-$5,000 $200 $5,000-$10,000 $500 $10,000-$20,000 $1,000 $20,000-$50,000 $2,000 $50,000-$100,000 $5,000 $100,000-$200,000 $10,000 Over $200,000 Auctioneer’s discretion For absentee bids, indicate your limit for each lot. Your bids will be executed at the lowest prices allowed by reserves and competing bids. If we receive more than one bid of the same value, the first one received will take precedence.

Primary Phone Secondary Phone

For Leslie Hindman AUCTIONEERS, INC.

Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are:

$0 - $50,000 $50,001 - $1,000,000 $1,000,001+

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I authorize Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. to bid on my behalf up to the amount stated below. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound to the Conditions of Sale as stated in the sale catalogue and on our website.

25% 20% 12%

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for failure or other inadvertent errors relating to the execution of your bids.

First time bidders please provide proof of identification: Passport/Driver’s License/National Identity Card

Lot Number

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Absentee Bid (US Dollar Limit)

EXCLUDES BUYER’S PREMIUM

1338 West Lake Street Chicago, Illinois 60607 bid@lesliehindman.com

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Back-up Bid FOR TELEPHONE BIDDERS ONLY

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L E S L I E H I N D M A N AU C T I O N E E R S

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Sale 268 | Fine Silver and Objects of Vertu  

November 19, 2013

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