Carl Poul Petersen (Danish, 1895-1977) hand-hammered sterling silver pastry knife in Acorn pattern. Circa 1947. Size: 10 5/8 inches length. Weight: 4 troy ounces. Excellent condition with no monogram. Maker's stamp PP on reverse of handle, together with Canadian national sterling mark and words 'hand-made sterling.' Carl Petersen trained as an apprentice with Danish silversmith Georg Jensen, and married Jensen's daughter. In 1929, Petersen emigrated to Montreal, where he worked ...click for details
An art pottery deep plate by Edwin and Mary Scheier, incised with three faces on a glossy speckled brown and blue-green glaze. Circa 1960. Finely decorated and in mint condition. Size: 9 5/8 inches in diameter. Marked on the back side with an incised Scheier. Scheier Pottery was the result of a collaboration by the husband/wife team of ceramicists, Edwin Scheier and Mary Goldsmith. Edwin was responsible for the sculpture and design, while Mary 'threw' the pots. The couple met at a W ...click for details
Scheier Art pottery plate by Edwin and Mary Scheier in a mat mauve glaze with stylized decoration of two faces. Mint condition. Circa 1950. Size: 7 1/8 inches in diameter. Signed on the underside with an incised Scheier mark. Scheier Pottery was the result of a collaboration by the husband/wife team of ceramicists, Edwin Scheier and Mary Goldsmith. Edwin was responsible for the sculpture and design, while Mary 'threw' the pots. The couple met at a WPA project at the Big Stone Gap Fe ...click for details
Georg Jensen, Denmark, sterling silver sauce boat with matching ladle. Designed by Georg Jensen in 1912 with blossom and leaf motifs. Stamped on underside of foot with Georg Jensen marks for 1915-1932 and also struck on the side of the body with English import marks for George Stockwell, 1928. Excellent condition. Size: 8 inches length x 5 inches height x 3.75 inches depth. Ladle measures 8 inches in length.
Scandinavian Kraka glass vase by Orrefors, designed by Sven Palmquist. Circa 1959. Number 411. A hand blown vase in clear and blue glass with controlled bubbles. Excellent condition. Size: 9 inches ht. x 4.25 inches width. Signed on the underside.
Rene Lalique, France art glass carafe decanter in the Selestat pattern. Design first produced in 1925. Clear and frosted glass with an applied black glass neck ring, and with elongated petal motif. Molded signature on the underside, "R.LALIQUE" with France etched in script, together with 'N5072'. Size: 10.5 inches ht. x 5.75 inches diameter. Including the original stopper. Excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
An art glass vase by Schneider, France, etched on base with the name of the New York retailer, Stewart & Co. Size: 7.5 inches ht. x 7 inches diameter of flared top rim.
Red/orange glass with black spots. Condition: very slight roughness at one spot on top rim.
English Art Nouveau style sterling silver teaspoon by A.E. Jones, Birmingham, 1928. Length: 5.25 inches. Excellent condition. This handwrought spoon has a hammered spade-shaped bowl and a pierced, figural foliate finial. Fully hallmarked on the reverse of the bowl. Excellent condition with no damage or repairs. Legible hallmarks. A scarce little spoon.
Gilded sterling silver and blue enamel sauce ladle by David Andersen, the noted Norwegian silversmith and designer. Stamped on the reverse of the twisted handle '925' and with the mark used by David Andersen from 1924-1939. Size: 5.75 inches length. Condition: excellent, with no damage.