July 30, 2013 - Decorative Art Auction

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Lot# 1181 A cut glass decanter & Gorham silver stopper


Late 19th century, American, the stopper with Gorham maker's mark and further marked ''Sterling'', the stopper and decanter incised with matching numbers, the stopper with engraved floral decoration and monogrammed ''BC'' (?), the decanter with an attenuated bulbous neck over a globular body, 13'' H x 5.25'' Dia., est: $300/500
*Price Realized: $245.00

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Lot# 1182 A Gorham coin silver pitcher


Circa 1865, with maker's marks and further marked ''250'', the upswept scrolled handle decorated with round studs of graduated sizes, joined by foliate tendrils to the rim of the pyriform body encircled by a band of engraved garlands and roundels alternating with repousse bouquets, raised on a beaded circular foot, monogrammed ''P'', 11.5'' H x 8.5'' W x 6'' D, 32.7 oz troy approximately, est: $2000/3000
*Price Realized: $1,080.00

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Lot# 1183 Gorham 'Chantilly' sterling silver flatware


Introduced 1895, variously marked ''Gorham'' or with Lion / Anchor / 'G' mark, further marked ''Sterling'', and most further marked ''Pat. 95'' or ''Pat. 1895'', an assembled service comprising: 12 forks (7.5''), 16 salad forks (6.5''), 16 teaspoons (5.75''), 8 round bowl soup spoons (6.25''), 16 iced tea spoons (7.5''), 8 New French hollow handle steel-bladed knives (9.5''), 4 modern hollow handle steel-bladed knives (9.5''), 4 flat-handle butter spreaders (5.875''), 4 serving spoons (8.375''), 1 serving fork (8.5''), 1 cocktail / seafood fork (5.5''), 1 pierced lettuce serving fork (9.25''), 1 gravy ladle (6.75''), 1 flat-handle master butter spreader (6.75''), 1 lemon fork (4.375''), 1 sugar shell spoon (6''), 1 jelly server (6.125''), 1 pierced bon bon spoon (4.625''), 1 hollow-handle steel-bladed child's tea knife (7.5''), 1 child's tea fork (6''), and 1 infant feeding spoon (5.75''); 100 pcs, not monogrammed, weighable sterling 107.5 oz troy tw approximately, est: $1800/2200
*Price Realized: $2,767.50

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Lot# 1184 Gorham 'Versailles' sterling silver flatware


Designed 1888, with maker's mark, further marked ''Sterling'', 12 hollow-handle steel-bladed knives (9.25''), 12 dinner forks (6.75''), 12 salad / dessert forks (6''), 15 teaspoons (6''), 11 oyster forks (5.75''), 12 flat-handle butter spreaders (5.75''), 2 serving spoons (8.5''), 1 cold meat fork (8''), 1 pickle fork (6.125''), 1 jelly server (6.25''), 1 sauce ladle (6.5''); 80 pcs, not monogrammed, together with a wooden canteen, weighable sterling 80.1 oz troy tw approximately, est: $2500/3500
*Price Realized: $2,767.50

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Lot# 1185 A Dominick & Haff sterling silver table mirror


Early 20th century, with maker's mark and further marked ''Sterling'' and ''158'', the rectangular plate within a pierced surround decorated with birds, scrolling foliage and flowers, surmounted by a cartouche-form crest monogrammed ''CW'' (?), mounted to a white silk-covered easel-back support, 19'' H x 13'' W x 0.5'' D, est: $300/500
*Price Realized: $1,192.25

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Lot# 1186 A .950 coffee pot & sterling jug & bowl, Ensko


Circa 1950, an assembled service, comprising: a coffee pot with maker's mark and ''Ensko / New York'' and ''950 / 1000 / Fine Silver'', further stamped ''2525'', the domed hinged lid with turned finial over a spreading cylindrical body with swan's neck spout and scrolled wooden handle (8.25'' H x 7.75'' W x 4'' W) (gross weight: 20.1 oz troy approximately); a creamer marked ''Ensko / New York'' and ''Sterling'', further stamped ''1700'', the pear-shaped body with scrolled handle on a spreading circular foot (3.375'' H x 3.5'' W x 2.125'' D'') (3.3 oz troy approximately); and a waste bowl marked ''Ensko / New York'' and ''Sterling'', further stamped ''1717'', the circular body on a spreading circular foot (2.125'' H x 3.5'' Dia.) (2.8 oz troy approximately); 3 pcs, , est: $600/900
*Price Realized: $553.50

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Lot# 1187 An American sterling silver fruit bowl


20th century, retailed by Peter Guille, marked ''Peter Guille Ltd. / New York'', ''Sterling'' and ''954'', the tapering, lobed circular body with scalloped rim, on a domed, spreading circular foot, monogrammed ''DMR'', 5'' H x 9'' Dia., 22.6 oz troy approximately, est: $200/500
*Price Realized: $399.75

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Lot# 1188 Shreve 'Antique' sterling silver flatware


Designed 1904, most pieces with maker's mark, most pieces marked ''Sterling'', comprising: 12 dinner forks (7.25''), 12 dessert forks (6.75''), 12 salad forks (6.25''), 23 teaspoons (5.75''), 12 bouillon spoons (5''), 1 iced tea spoon (7.625''), 11 flat-handle butter spreaders (5.75''), 12 hollow-handle steel-bladed dinner knives (9.625''), 5 hollow-handle steel-bladed fruit knives (6.375''), 1 salad serving fork (8.875''), 1 salad serving spoon (9''), 1 hollow-handle steel-bladed pie server (10''), and 1 hollow-handle steel-bladed cheese server (6.5''), 104 pcs, not monogrammed; together with a serving fork and a dessert server in a similar hand-hammered pattern, each marked ''Kalo'', ''Sterling'' and ''F 758'', each monogrammed ''R''; 106 pcs total, weighable sterling 92.3 oz troy tw approximately, est: $1800/2200
*Price Realized: $2,756.25

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Lot# 1189 An International Silver ''Royal Danish'' sterling tea service


Mid 20th century, Meriden, CT, with maker's mark and further marked ''Royal Danish'', ''USA'' and ''Sterling'', comprising: a coffee pot (8.75'' H x 8.75'' W x 4.75'' D), a teapot (7.5'' H x 10'' W x 5.5'' D), a covered sugar bowl (5.75'' H x 6.75'' W x 4'' D), a cream jug (5.5'' H x 4.5'' W x 3.5'' D), and a waste bowl (2.75'' H x 4.25'' Dia.); 5 pcs, gross weight: 77.7 oz troy tw approximately, est: $1200/1800
*Price Realized: $1,722.00

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Lot# 1190 Reed & Barton 'Heritage' sterling silver flatware


1924 - 1973, Taunton, MA, with eagle-R-lion maker's mark and further marked ''Sterling'', ''Pat. 1924'', and 'R', comprising: 11 dinner forks (7.75''), 6 salad forks (6.5''), 9 oyster forks (5.5''), 13 teaspoons (5.75''), 7 bouillon spoons (5.25''), 10 iced tea spoons (7.25''), 12 hollow-handle steel-bladed luncheon knives (8.75''), 13 hollow-handle steel-bladed dinner knives (9.75''), 8 flat-handle butter spreaders (5.75''), 1 flat-handle master butter spreader (7.125''), 3 serving spoons (8.25''), 1 cold meat fork (8''), 1 sugar spoon (6''), 1 hollow-handle steel-bladed pastry server (9.75''); 96 pcs, each monogrammed ''A'', together with two associated canteens, weighable sterling 79.3 oz troy tw approximately, est: $1500/2000
*Price Realized: $2,091.00

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