A pair of 19th century Egyptian revival sterling silver goblets. Each bowl is adorned with a male and female classical portrait medallion, and the stems are formed as the busts of Egyptian pharoahs. Stamped with maker's mark B&S, which is unknown to us. Very good condition but with some dings to the bowls. SIze: 6 inches ht.
Early American Colonial era coin silver tea spoon by noted silversmith, Joseph Richardson of Philadelphia. Circa 1760. This spoon is in very good condition and has an upturned handle with pronounced mid rib and engraved block initials of the original owner. The back of the bowl is adorned with a shell drop. The handle is stamped with the silversmith's mark JR in a rectangle. Size: 6.5 inches.
Ornate pair of French rococo gilt bronze candelabra. Each candelabrum has six candle holders supported by the figure of a faun/ satyr. A very decorative item. Late 19th century. Size: 27 7/8 inches ht. x 11 inches wide x 13 inches deep. No breaks or repairs. One finial needs thread repair.
Rare Newcomb College art pottery vase in matt blue and green glazes with relief molded band with white floral decoration, by Sadie Irvine, 1925. Marked and signed under base. Size: 7.25 inches high. Excellent condition.
French sterling silver bread basket, finely fashioned with rams' heads and garland swags adorning the pierced sides and with an embossed central landscape of a courting couple and musician. Size: 12 inches long x 6.5 inches deep x 2.5 inches high. Excellent condition. Hallmarked. Late 18th or 19th century.
Rare English Father Christmas figure, the body adorned all over with miniature English paper 'crackers', and the head and hands carved of wood. He is holding a Christmas tree. Early 20th century. Condition is very good for such a delicate object. A few of the crackers are missing, and there is damage to some of the fingers on one hand. Size: 16 inches high x 6 inches x 5 inches.
Pair of Shreve & Co., San Francisco, sterling silver Arts & Crafts period fish servers with hand hammered finish. Circa 1913. This set includes a serving fork and fish slice/knife. Monogrammed with initial B. Excellent condition. Size: 11.75 inches long. Also available is a matching 12-piece service of individual fish knives and forks for six persons, priced additionally at $570.
Wedgwood caneware teapot with basket weave design and wheat sheaf finial. Circa 1817. Impressed WEDGWOOD mark on underside. Excellent condition. Size: 6.25 inches long x 4.5 inches deep x 2.75 inches high.