Georgian sterling silver meat skewer. London 1814-15. Maker's mark untraced. Measures 12 inches long and weighs 2.57 ounces troy. Typical wear for its age.
19th century English champagne bucket made from Sheffield silver, leather and wood in the early Arts and Crafts style. Monogrammed "From R. B. 1886". Measures 7 inches tall, 6 inches wide at the base and 5 inches wide at the top with a 4.5 inch wide opening. Excellent original condition.
Set of 5 nesting Shaker style pantry boxes signed Schmitt and dated 1997. Hand made from perfectly matched tightly grained American cherry boards. Exact reproductions of Shaker community originals with long finger joints and copper nails. The graduated boxes measure: 8.75 x 3.5 inches, 7.5 x 2.75 inches, 6 x 2.25 inches, 5 x 1.75 inches, and 4 x 1.5 inches. Like new.
18th century English brass ladle. Measures 17.5 inches long; the bowl is 4.5 inches across. Hand forged from thick solid brass. The number 3 is stamped on the upper back.
Vintage silver plated fish serving set with pierce cut design. Early 20th century. The fish slice measures 13.75 inches and the fish fork measures 10.25 inches. Excellent condition.