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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Coin : Pre 1837 VR item #955594 (stock #26C10-562)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$450.00
Pair of American coin silver open salts by Robert and William Wilson, working in Philadelphia, PA. Circa 1825. Each salt is decorated with a gadrooned rim and is supported by three hoof feet. Hammered interiors; each engraved with original owner's initials 'JCS' and stamped on the underside with the maker's mark R&W WILSON in a rectangle. R&W Wilson silversmiths specialized in the manufacture of quality silver items that continued the designs of earlier forms, such as these salts which are i...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1837 VR item #955787 (stock #40C51 264)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$395.00
Vue d'une Ancienne Abbaye Staffordshire historical plate by Enoch Wood. Circa 1825. This pearlware plate is decorated in a dark blue transfer and is from the "French series." It has a grape vine border and bears on the back the pottery's factory impressed mark WOOD as well as the pattern name in an underglaze blue stamp. Size: 9" diameter. Condition: Very good with a couple of very small pin sized flecks to the glaze and some fine crazing.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Organics : Horn : Pre 1837 VR item #996383 (stock #26C10 1147)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$295.00
English George III snuff box fashioned from horn and with a tortoiseshell veneer on the cover. Circa 1790-1810. The cover is also inlaid with a floral design in silver and gold. Chip to one corner of cover (see photo detail); hinge is firm and carved from the horn, with a snug fit to the lid. Size: 3" long x 1.5" deep x .75" high.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1837 VR item #1002333 (stock #40C51 263)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$350.00
Enoch Wood historical Staffordshire dark blue transfer plate, Moulin sur la Marne a Charenton, from the French series. Circa 1825. Pearlware with grapevine border and with pottery's impressed WOOD mark and underglaze blue pattern name. Size: 9 1/8" diameter. Condition is very good apart from some light staining to reverse of plate.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Coin : Pre 1837 VR item #1322978 (stock #26C10 2593)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$125.00
Coin silver table spoon by Frederick Marquand in the fiddle and thread pattern. Circa 1820s. Frederick Marquand worked in Savannah, Georgia and in New York City. From 1820-1826 he worked in Savannah and then relocated to NYC . It is likely that this spoon was manufactured during his time in Savannah. Size: 8 3/4 inches length. 2.85 troy ounces. Engraved on handle with script initial 'F.' Excellent condition with no dings or wear to the bowl. Hallmarks are crisp and legible.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1837 VR item #1332632 (stock #39C23 323)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$900.00
A pair of Bloor Derby armorial plates from a dinner service commissioned for the marriage in 1821 of Charles John Kemeys-Tynte, of Cefn Mably in Co. Glamorganshire, Wales, and of Halsewell, Somerset, and Elizabeth Swinnerton, daughter an co-heir of Thomas Swinnerton of Butterton Hall, Staffordshire. Size: 8 1/8 inches diameter. Marked with the scarce gold painted Derby crossed batons and crown mark, which was reserved for high quality, commissioned porcelain at Derby. Each plate is adorned with...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1837 VR item #1356878 (stock #40G72-1303)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$950.00
Pennsylvania farm table with two asymmetrical drawers and a two-board top secured with wooden removable pegs. Circa 1800. Walnut and poplar. Size: 57 1/4 inches long x 34 3/8 inches deep x 28 inches ht.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Organics : Wood : Pre 1800 item #1001998 (stock #26C10 2107)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,300.00
Early Georgian shagreen covered slant front knife box with original brass hardware and working lock. English. Circa 1740-1760. Materials: Shagreen (shark skin) over wood with brass bail handle, hinges and lock escutcheon. Including key. The hinged cover reveals the original velvet fitted interior with divisions for 24 pieces of cutlery (slots to hold 12 knives and 12 forks). Condition: The shark skin covering has been restored in spots where it was torn; the wooden feet are later addition...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1040643 (stock #40C47 861)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$250.00
A rare Channel Islands sterling silver trefid table spoon by silversmith Thomas David Mauger, of Jersey (active 1730-1796). Circa 1740. Engraved with original owner's initials "ILC" in shaded block letters on the reverse of the notched trefid handle. There is a worn ribbed rat tail to the reverse of the shallow bowl. Size: 7 1/8 inches length. Condition: Some tip wear to bowl and also a repair to a split in the bowl' rim. Wear to rat tail. Stamped on the stem with the maker's mark only, ...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1138911 (stock #26C10 2408)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$550.00
English dognose table spoon, London, circa 1702, by Henry Greene. Britannia standard (95.84% pure silver). Length - 8 inches. Good condition, with no dents or repairs, or wear to bowl. Maker's mark is worn but can be positively identified as that of specialist spoonmaker Henry Greene; date letter rubbed and only faintly discernible (possibly 1702); lion's head erased and Britannia figure hallmarks are legible. The back of the handle retains the shaded block initials N over LM for the origina...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Textiles : Hangings : Pre 1800 item #1228485 (stock #39B14 12882)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,750.00
Rare 18th century New England sampler from Hillsborough, New Hampshire. Circa 1784. Size: 10.5 inches x 8.25 inches. An early needlework sampler made by Rhoda Symonds at age 16. Rhoda Symonds was born in Essex, Massachusetts in 1768 and moved with her family to Hillsborough, New Hampshire in either 1772 or 1773. The sampler indicates that she was aged 16 when she created it, suggesting a date in 1784. It is interesting to note that she uses the original spelling of the town's name, Hillborou...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318389 (stock #39B14-14152)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$950.00
English George III period sterling silver oval tea caddy, London, 1796, by John Crouch I and Thomas Hannam. Size: 4 inches high x 4 inches long x 2 1/2 inches deep. Excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Engraved on the front with a family crest. Fully hallmarked on the side and also on the lid with lion passant and maker's stamp. The wooden finial is carved and is secured to the cover with a sterling nut.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318438 (stock #39B14-13894)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$950.00
George III sterling silver mug, London, 1765, with tapering sides and featuring an acanthus leaf capped double scroll handle and a stepped base. Marks rubbed and maker's mark indistinct. No repairs or erasures. Size: 3 3/4 inches ht. X 4 1/4 inches across handle X 3 inches diameter. Condition: minor bruising to sides.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318485 (stock #39B14-14159)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$550.00
English George I period pepper caster by important Huguenot silversmith John Chartier, London, 1723. Britannia standard (95.8% pure silver). Hallmarked to underside of base. Size: 4 1/2 inches Ht. X 2 1/4 inches diameter. Condition: dent to one side.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Continental : Early : Pre 1800 item #1356874 (stock #40G72-1302)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,200.00
A Continental lowboy in walnut and walnut veneers. 18th century. Size: 32 3/8 inches wide X 21 1/2 inches deep X 30 inches high. Walnut veneered and cross banded top with line inlay above a long and two short drawers with a boldly scalloped apron and supported by cabriole legs with raised carved shells on the knees and with ball and claw feet. Brasses are later replacements.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1381709 (stock #40G72-1689)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$950.00
New England Hepplewhite period one-drawer stand in strong tiger maple. Circa 1790-1800. Solid tiger maple with single board top, old eagle brass pulls, delicately tapered square legs. Size: 26 inches ht. x 19 1/2 inches wide x 17 1/2 inches wide. Refinished condition.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1398400 (stock #40G72-1882)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$6,800.00
New England Queen Anne maple highboy. Circa 1740-1760. Size: 70.5 inches ht. x 38 inches width x 20 inches depth. A New England Queen Anne period 2-part flat top highboy in solid maple with pine secondary. The upper chest has four graduated drawers, plus a 'hidden' drawer in the cornice; while the base displays a single drawer over a long drawer with the central section of the drawer front carved with a fan. The case is supported on delicate cabriole legs with pad feet resting on compressed b...