Gorham sterling silver coffee set of 12 spoons and a sugar nip. The spoons have gold vermeil bowls. Original box. Like-new condition.
19th century maple footstool hand made by John L. Underwood. Extremely strong. Note the thick single stock oval top. Excellent hand craftsmanship. Rarely do we find signed country pieces. Measures 13.5" long x 9" wide x 9" high.
English brass lift top wall box with repousse work, circa 1850. Measures 6.75" wide x 3.25" deep x 6" high; the hanger adds another .75 inch to the height.
Reed and Barton sterling silver salad servers with monogram S on reverse. The pattern is 'Les Six Fleurs' which was introduced in 1901. The fork and spoon are each 9.5 inches long. The pair weighs a substantial 257 grams or 8.28 ounces. Lovely estate condition.
English brass wall pocket, late 18th to early 19th century. Hand made from heavy gauge solid brass. Measures 6.75 inches tall by 5.25 inches wide by 3 inches deep. One old solder repair to top right side.