Gold Tableware & Barware
Gorham "Chrysanthemum" sterling silver ice cream forks, cased set of 12. Ca. 1900. Gold wash heads. "B" monogram on handles. Cased marked with retailer Rodgers and Pottinger Co. Louisville, Kentucky.
FINE-ART, ANTIQUES, & MID-CENTURY DISCOVERYNorwalk, CT, US
Westport Auction5 days Left
Including (6) Limoges porcelain plates with gold shaped rim and floral motifs, marked underneath; (6) Dulin & Martin Co. Saxe porcelain floral motif plates; (5) Hutschenreuther 22k gold plated porcela
Fall In LoveSunrise, FL, US
Hill Auction GallerySep 29
Hungarian iridescent green gold eosin water pitcher. Zsolnay mark on base. SHIPPINGHill Auction Gallery will offer in-house continental USA shipping for $45 plus insurance. Gallery will refer a local
Fine porcelain dinner service with cobalt and gold laurel trim, marked CH. Field Haviland Limoges underneath. Service includes: (12) dinner plates, (12) salad plates, (12) bread plates, (12) teacups,
The September 25th Antique AuctionRedlands, CA, US
Redlands Antique Auction7 days Left
ROGERS FLATWARE. 17 KNIVES, 16 DINNER FORKS, 17 SALAD FORKS, 16 SPOONS, 15 TEA SPOONS, 12 SALAD FORKS, 1 LARGE SERING SPOON, 1 LARGE SEVING FORK, 1 GRAVY, 1 SUGAR.
Gold Coins, Currency, Fine Art & More!Westlake Village, CA, US
BK Auctions14 hrs Left
This is a limited edition 24k gold plated sterling silver with agamograph in lucite "Kiddush Cup" by Yaacov Agam. This piece is numbered and hand signed by the artist and includes a letter of authenti
11 sterling silver goblets with gold interior vermeil. All with hallmarks for Gorham and numbered 1693. Dimensions: H 6.75" x Dia: 3.5" Weight: 52.64 ozt Condition: (10) presenting well with only mino
19th century American southern silver serving pieces. To include: 1) Fletcher and Bennett coin silver lade with gold wash bowl and bright cut decoration with bellflowers and geometric motifs. Monogram
American Art & AntiquesFreeport, ME, US
Casco Bay Auctions17 hrs Left
Probably Staffordshire, painted in gold on one side with a version of the Great Seal of the United States, on the other side with a three-masted ship, the exterior of the spout gilt with a pine
Austrian .833 Silver dolphin formed shell open salt cellars. Dolphin formed with shells to the bowl. Gold wash interior indicating that it originally did not come with a liner. With 833 silver hallmar
6 Vansant & Co. silver pie forks. Gold washed fork head with bell flower engraved decoration on handle with "EK" monogram. Some wear to gold wash. Hallmarked on back of neck. 7in length. Total weight:
Lot of 7 Hand Painted Porcelain Plates. Includes Noritake, Limoges, Lefton and Black Knight. Black Knight plate has some wear to gold. You are bidding at a live sale. Please read the terms and conditi
Large lot of gold plated and silver plated flatware
Rosenthal Dinnerware Set - Grunewald. Including (13) 9.5" Dinner Plates, (10) Cups, (12) Saucers, (11) 7.5" Salad Plates, (6) 5.5" Bread Plates, (4) 6" Bread Plates with Gold Rim, (13) Double Handled
Large famille rose porcelain platter. Central scene of figures in courtyard with landscape. Rim decorated with flowers, birds, and butterflies on a gold ground. 18.25in wide.
Group of ten gold-tone and agate oval form napkin rings with beaded edges. Apparently unmarked. Approx. length 2.625" (stone).
Greek, 20th century. Set of eight cream and gold figural painted lozenge shaped ceramic dishes. Marked "IK / hand painted in Greece". Approx. w. 10", d. 6.5"
Each double stamped for the makers Joseph & Nathaniel Richardson. Each is identically monogrammed and dated for 1781. Each also retains remnants of a gold wash.Dimensions: Each is 5" long. The approxi
Fine Jewelry, Coins, Antiques and MoreFullerton, CA, US
These beautiful pieces of porcelain are from Charles Ahrenfeldt and were sold by S&G Gump & Co in San Francisco. Each piece is crisp white porcelain with encrust with gold rims. 11 saucers,
A set of seven coin silver spoons, each double stamped for the makers Joseph & Nathaniel Richardson. Each is identically monogrammed and dated for 1781. Each also retains remnants of a gold wash.Dimen
Royal Chelsea China England porcelain serving dishes, circa 1920. Gold bands with beaded accents and swags. Royal Chelsea mark to the underside base. The service set includes: - one large oval dish- o
Sterling silver serving utensils. To include: 1) shaped spoon and pie server by Knowles. Monogrammed. 2) 2 Gorham sterling silver serving spoons. 3) Durgin serving spoon with gold washed bowl. 4) smal
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