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Large, Art Nouveau, sterling silver picture frame, Sheffield, England, 1903, Walker and Hall, makers. The sterling silver is mounted on deep burgundy velvet. The frame stands 11 1/2 inches high (at highest point) x 8 1/2 inches wide (at widest point) x 5 inches deep when easel is in open position. Will hold a photo 5 1/2 inches x 7 1/4 inches. Has some barely noticeable, very minor dints (see photos) commensurate with age and use. Dark spots in photos are reflections. In very good condition.
Pair of Victorian, Adam-Style, sterling silver candlesticks, Sheffield, England, 1898, William Charles Fordham and Albert Faulkner (Fordham and Faulkner) - makers. Each candlestick measures 10 inches high x 4 inches wide (across square base) x 4 inches deep (across square base). Weighted. Removable bobeches. Underside of each candlestick is covered in green felt. Lovely design. Dark spots in photos are reflections. Excellent antique condition.
Beautiful, Edwardian, style all sterling silver epergne/centerpiece (made during the reign of King George V) having three hanging, removable sterling silver baskets and one central, stationary bowl, Birmingham, England, 1919, Charles S. Green and Co. - makers. Lovely, pierced work. Measures: 12 1/2 inches high x 12 inches across (from basket to basket); each pedestal based basket is 5 1/4 inches high (when handle is in raised position) x 4 1/4 inches diameter. Central bowl is 6 3/4 inches in dia
Large, Art Deco, sterling silver-mounted, threaded crystal match striker, Birmingham, England, 1918, Mappin and Webb - makers. Measures 3 1/2 inches high x 3 1/2 inches in diameter at widest point. Has full sterling silver match cup. Dark spots in photos are reflections. Excellent condition.
George V Sterling silver and leather-mounted glass flask, Sheffield, England, 1929, James Dixon and Sons - makers. Hand-engraved Clan Murray armorial crest, with the motto: "FURTH FORTUNE AND FILL THE FETTERS" ("Go Forth Against Your Enemies, Have Good Fortune and Return With Captives") in capital letters. The sterling silver bottom of the flask is removable, and acts as a drinking cup; it is gilded on the inside.
Rare, beautiful, large, Edwardian, Hawkes, sterling silver mounted, wheel and diamond cut crystal vase with controlled bubbles ball connecting vase to sterling silver mount, The Hawkes Company, New York, circa 1905. Measure: 14 inches high x 6 1/2 inches diameter across opening x 5 1/2 inches diameter across base. Weighted. Dark spots are reflections. Excellent condition.
Beautiful, rare, Art Nouveau, sterling silver large double picture frame, American, circa 1900. Backed in dark green velvet. Graceful, swirled, sterling silver pierced design allows dark green velvet to show through piercing.
Unusual, Edwardian, sterling silver-mounted crystal inkwell or pocket watch holder, Birmingham, England, 1902, J. Grinsell and Son - makers.
Art Deco, sterling silver table box with hinged lid, Sheffield, England, 1933, Fenton Bros., Ltd. - makers. Wood lined.
Tall, Edwardian, sterling silver, neoclassical, column-form candlesticks, Birmingham, England, 1914, Bayliss and Coulthard - makers. Measures: 12 1/2 high x 5 wide x 5 deep (at square base of each). Weighted. Beaded motif on bases of each is picked up on removable bobeches. Black marks are reflections. Excellent condition.
Graceful, Art Nouveau, sterling silver water pitcher on baluster base, American, circa 1895. Holds 3 3/4 pints of liquid. 8 3/4" high x 8 3/4" wide (from edge of spout to end of handle x 6" diameter at widest point x 5" diameter across opening. 16.52 troy ounces. Excellent condition.
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