Pair Norwegian 830 silver and gold vermeil serving spoons made by Marius Hammer, Norway 1847 1927. Each measures 10.5 inches long. Stamped 830s MH. The pair weighs 7 troy ounces.
Reed & Barton EPNS silver plated tea and coffee service in the Renaissance pattern. The set consists of an 8.5" tea pot, 11" coffee pot, 4.5" waste bowl, 6.5" covered sugar pot and 5" cream pitcher. Presented on a 26.5" x 17.75" Reed and Barton silver plated engraved Regent tray. All pieces in excellent condition. Anti-tarnish cloth covers included.
Vintage Gorham sterling silver tea and coffee service circa 1930. The pattern is Maintenon, named after Francoise d'Aubigne, the Marquise de Maintenon (1635-1719). The Marquise was a particular favorite of King Louis XIV. In the Maintenon pattern, Gorham's interpretation of French Baroque style is restrained, elegant, and timeless. This service consists of: coffeepot (9.75" W x 11.5" H); teapot (10.25" W x 9.75" H); cream pitcher (5.25" W x 6.75" H); covered sugar pot (8" W x 7.75" H); waste bowl (5.25" W x 3.75" H); and butler's tray (29" x19"). Note: the tray is sterling, not plate.The total service weighs 246 ounces. Maintenon is an obsolete pattern. The purchaser of this service would be the second owner in 80 years. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com.
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.