TIFFANY & ROYAL DANISH STERLING SERVING FLATWARE Antique Tiffany & Company sterling silver sugar sifter, circa 1899, in the "Atlantis" pattern with pieced bowl, marked to stem reverse "Pat. Tiffany & Co. Sterling 1899," 7" length and vintage Royal Danish International Sterling sterling silver cold meat serving fork, marked to stem reverse: "Royal Danish International Sterling," with hallmark, 9" length, approx. weight: 4.77 ozt.
STERLING SILVER SUGAR SIFTER IN THE FORM OF SHELLAn early 20th century sterling silver sugar sifter in the form of a nautilus shell with a gilt washed interior, hallmarked Birmingham 1912 together with maker's marks for George Bowden & Sons. Weight, 32 grams.
STERLING SILVER FLATWAREA grouping of 6 sterling silver pieces of flatware consisting of; a pair of sterling tablespoons hallmarked London 1846 with maker's marks for Elizabeth Eaton, a silver sugar sifter and matching 'moist' sugar scoop, both with gilt washed bowls and stamped STERLING with marks for Watson Silver Company, together with a pair of sterling tablespoons hallmarked London, no date mark / maker's marks unknown. Combined weight, 434 grams.
Three Edwardian silver sugar sifters, makers marks worn, London 1903, Chester 1909 and Birmingham 1909, all vase-shaped on circular bases, 12.75cm high, 17.75cm high, 17cm high, total weight approximately 500g
A pair of Edwardian oval silver salts, Josiah Williams & Co., London 1904, with scrolled floral rim and base, 9cm long together with a Victorian silver sugar sifter, Haseler Brothers, London 1892, 13cm high, approximately 150g
EIGHT ANTIQUE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER & COIN SILVER SERVERS Each with twist handle, all second half of the 19th century; the first a parcel gilt sterling silver sugar sifter manufactured by John Polhamus and retailed by Tiffany & Co. (6 1/2 in.); the second a sterling silver sugar sifter with mark of Bailey & Co., decorative chased grave vine motif to pierced bowl; a sterling silver cream ladle and small serving fork with mark of Whiting Mfg. Co.; a parcel gilt coin silver berry scoop with mark of Bennett & Bro. of New York; a rare pastry server marked both "Sterling" and "Coin," worn retailer's mark (9 1/4 in.); a coin silver mustard spoon with mark of James Watts; and a coin silver salt spoon with mark of James Watts. Various period monograms.
TWO ANTIQUE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR SIFTERS Late 19th century, each marked 925, both with gold wash to bowl; the larger a sugar sifter with scalloped bowl, monogrammed "S" to handle (7 5/8 in.); the second with twist stem and cobalt, cream and white enamel decoration to handle, unidentified hallmark to underside, without monogram (6 5/8 in.).
TWO NICHOLAS I RUSSIAN SILVER SUGAR SIFTERS St. Petersburg, both with mark of C. H. Stahle, Assay mark of Dimitry IIyich Tverskoy, 84 zolotniki, the first with scrolling shaped bowl and 1843 date mark (7 1/2 in.), the second with swirling round bowl and 1837 date mark (7 in.). Both without monograms.
GROUP OF SMALL SILVER AND PLATED ITEMSGROUP OF SMALL SILVER AND PLATED ITEMS, including a George III silver sugar sifter, London 1776, John Lautier; Victorian silver card case, Chester 1896, maker's mark of WN; 2 holloware buttonhooks with steel implements, one marked Sterling; an unmarked monogrammed needle case, gilt traces, l: 4.5 in.; a silverplated butter spreader; a Chinese silver salt spoon; a silver jam spoon, retailed by Galt & Son (D.C.); a silver sauce ladle of same pattern as jam spoon; a Reed & Barton silver pair of sugar nips; a Rogers Bros. plated small fork; a Gorham silver small fork; an .800 silver shell bowl condiment spoon and a steel stiletto with bone handle, l: 4.75 in., 8.94 ozt weighable (14)
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