WWII U.S. MARINE CORPS RAIDER MACHETE & SCABBARD United States Marine Corps Raider's machete and scabbard, marked, "U.S.M.C. / Chatillon, N.Y." thick, heavy blade with a wooden grip held by brass rivets, leather and brass scabbard. Machete: 16.5" L; 11.25" blade; overall with scabbard: 17.5" L.
STERLING. ASSORTED GROUPING OF STERLING TROPHIES. Including a large and impressive engraved William Nost Co. sterling trophy retailed by Brand-Chatillon Co. - stamped, "Sterling Brand-Chatillon Co" with a pictorial maker's mark; an engraved Liebs Silver Co. petite weighted sterling trophy - stamped, "Sterling 15/1 Cement Filled"; an engraved J.C. Boardman & Co. sterling bowl - stamped, "Sterling By Boardman 573 Paul Revere Reproduction" with a pictorial maker's mark; and an engraved Lunt sterling round bowl - stamped, "From Early Dublin Design Circa 1720 Lunt Sterling 425-D". Accompanied by an en engraved Ensko sterling porringer - stamped, "Sterling Ensko New York 1521". Total approx. weight of all items is troy oz (gross) excluding weighted trophy. Total approx. weight is 52.24 troy oz (gross). From an Armonk NY estate. Dimensions: William Nost Co. trophy measures approx. 14.25" in height.
GORHAM STERLING SILVER AND DEER ANTLER TYGGorham Sterling Silver and Deer Antler Tyg, c. 1900, with engraved presentation "Seabright Golf Club/ CLASS B. HANDICAP/ JULY 26, 1902./ PRESENTED BY/ GEO.H. CHATILLON/ WON BY/ H.L. THORNELL.", h. 6 1/2 in., wt. 23.70 troy ozs.
(2 PC) RANDAHL STERLING SILVER BOWLDESCRIPTION: A 2 piece Randahl Chatillon Sterling silver bowl and tray, flared form raised over a stepped circular base, hallmarked sterling, "Randahl Sterling 117". Weight: 356 grams. CIRCA: 20th Century ORIGIN:Â DIMENSIONS: H. 4.5" x D. 6" CONDITION: Good condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email (email@example.com) or SMS (305) 333-4134. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
JOHN CHATILLON & SONS CANDY SCALEVintage John Chatillon & Sons of New York candy scale made of cast iron painted red and having a removable brass scoop; measures approximately 8" high 11-1/8" wide (at scoop) and 12-1/4" long. Handpainted to body of scale John Chatillon & Sons and Meyer's Pat. to brass scoop.
GROUP STERLING & .800 SILVER ACCESSORIEScomprising .800 silver bear trainer figure and figural spoon, sterling Chatillon wine bottle cuff, three vanity accessories and a pen shaft. Largest: 3" high, 4 1/2" diameter. Gross weight of weighable silver: 8.755 OZT. Use wear, scuffing, oxidization. Provenance: Property from a New Haven County CT Estate.
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PAIR OF GLASS TABLE VASES WITH 14KT. GOLD WEIGHTED BASE...American, bases stamped "Brand-Chatillon/14KT/Weighted with Plaster", each with glass basin with flared lip, engraved foliate decoration, 11-1/4 x 4-1/4 in., in Gimbels box
surface dirt and accretion, scattered scratches, some polish wear
6 CUT GLASS & STERLING SILVER CAPPED ITEMS6 Cut Glass & Sterling Silver Capped Items, includes pair Hawkes bath salts containers, with Brand Chatillon sterling silver stoppers, pair of decanters, a Gorham stoppered decanter and bowl with Gorham rimD2276 (6 pc.)
Dimensions: Pr. all glass 9" H x 4 1/2" dia., bowl 4 1/4" x 8" dia., Hawkes 7 1/2" H x 3" dia.
Property from a major private collection of art nouveau silver
Hawkes and other pair very good, Gorham bowl & decanter with small chips and monogram.
A PAIR OF BRAND-CHATILLON CO. LIQUOR DECANTERSA PAIR OF BRAND-CHATILLON CO. LIQUOR DECANTERS
American (New York), early 20th century, hallmarked sterling silver and crystal. Etched decanters encased in repousse sterling mounting with cherubs and genre scenes and adorned in Gorham sterling Brandy and Port liquor tags.
11 1/2 x 4 x 5 1/2 in. (29.2 x 10.2 x 14 cm.)
The Oliver B. Elsworth Collection:
Phebe Ann (Elsworth) Williams (1930-2017) was born in New York City on August 12, 1930 and grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, the daughter of Oliver Bayard Elsworth and Charlotte King (Gaston) Elsworth and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Keiley Gaston of Greenwich and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elsworth of New York. She was married to Mr. Keith Phillips Williams for 60 years.
Phebe was a long-time member of the Society of Colonial Dames in the State of Connecticut. She enjoyed a vital role in Kirkwood, MO community preservation and was the Curator of the Kirkwood Historical Society, Mudd’s Grove Museum for 15 years, as well as a Board Member of the Missouri State Historical Society. Descending from a rich and storied historical American family, Phebe had a lifelong passion for literature, collecting antiques, interior decorating, poetry, and philanthropy.
Oliver Ellsworth (Connecticut, 1745-1807), one of the founding fathers of the United States of America and drafter of the original constitution, revolutionary to British rule, graduate of Princeton predecessor where he developed the Whig party although he himself was a declared Federalist, U.S. Senator, Minister to France, and 3rd Chief Justice of the United States;
Henry Leavitt Ellsworth (Connecticut, 1791-1858), first serving commissioner of the United States Patent Office, benefactor to Yale, commissioner to Indian Tribes of Western Frontier, and the founder of what was to become the United States Department of Agriculture as we know it today;
Henry Williams Ellsworth (Connecticut, 1814-1864) businessman and entrepreneur;
Edward Ellsworth (New England and Indiana, 1850-1924);
Oliver Bayard Elsworth (Greenwich, Connecticut 1893-1970);
Phebe Ann (Elsworth) Williams (Greenwich, Connecticut 1930-2017)
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THREE AMERICAN SILVER TABLE ITEMSTHREE AMERICAN SILVER TABLE ITEMS, including a Brand-Chatillon Co. slender silver vase, with a pair of upswept handles to either side of slender vase, all rising from a spreading circular foot, with an initial to one side, h: 12 in.; a Towle candy dish of fluted oval shape with scrolling decoration to rims, all atop four animal paw feet, not monogrammed, w: 6 in.; a Dominick & Haff tazza, weighted, not monogrammed, h: 5.5 in.; and a pair of unmarked salt and pepper casters, possibly plated, both with repousse swags and perforated caps, h: 3.25 in., 20 ozt weighable (4)
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