Bernard Rice's Sons, Inc. NY 1867-1950 silver plated chocolate pot with ivory handles. Measures 6.5 inches high with a 5 inch ivory handle. Excellent condition. Marked 8135/1 epns Bernard Rices's Sons E. P. C. Apollo copper mounts. Examples of this manufactures works were in ''Modernism in American Silver'' at the Wolfsonian-Florida International University Museum in Miami Beach, and the Brooklyn Museum NY to mention a few. Bernard Rice's Sons NY were famous for its Skyscraper teapot designed by Louis W. Rice in 1927. This item is on display in our gallery at BRANFORD ANTIQUES & HOME DESIGN 824 EAST MAIN ST.BRANFORD, CT O6405 203 488-1919 open 7 days. Formerly Clocktower Antiques
Pr Silver plated Smithtown horse Assn trophies c1928. One reads Horsemandship 1928 and the other Saddle Pony Not over 14.2 Shown by Child Not over 14 1928. This pair of silver plated trophy bowls are well worn from use. Each bowl measures 7 inches across by 3 and three quarter inches high.
Reed and Barton silver and cut glass eperne 3300. Measures 8 and one half inches high by 9 inches wide. Stamped made and pat. by Reed and Barton on base. This silver plated eperne made by Reed and Barton depicts Indians, some on horseback and some on foot, hunting buffalo.
C Brewer Middletown Coin Silver tongs c1800. C Brewer made some of the finest Connecticut Silver in Middletown from 1778 until 1860. These are early sugar tongs dating from the turn of the 18th to 19th century. The tong end bowls were made separate and attached to the arms. Hallmarked inside C.Brewer. This pair of tongs measures 7 inches long and weights 43 grams. There is a brite cut design and monogram on its upper section. This is a very elegant piece of American Silver.