Jasper52 showcases Antique to Modern Sterling Silver, Sept. 14

Large antique sterling silver basket, est. $2,000-$2,500

Large antique sterling silver basket, est. $2,000-$2,500

NEW YORK – On Wednesday, September 14, starting at 3 pm Eastern time, Jasper52 will present a sale of Antique to Modern Sterling Silver, consisting of precisely 133 lots. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

Treasures on offer include a set of eight Georg Jensen goblets in hammered sterling silver; a Reed & Barton Art Nouveau five-arm silverplate epergne centerpiece; a late 19th-century large oval dresser box by George Roth, festooned with a courting scene; a sterling silver water pitcher by Priesner; a mid-century sterling silver Revere bowl by Tiffany & Co.; and a 19th-century chatelaine fob in the form of a ram’s horn.

Also featured are vintage silver and glass cocktail shakers; several lots of coin silver flatware; an 1893 silver jewelry box by Will Hutton & Sons of London, in the shape of a heart; a vintage silver mint julep cup by Towle; a pair of mid-century leaf-form Mexican silver candlesticks; and a gravy boat with underplate, by Fisher.

German silver stag head stirrup cup, est. $1,500-$2,000

German silver stag head stirrup cup, est. $1,500-$2,000

In addition, the September 14 sale lineup contains numerous trophies and loving cups; a sterling silver goblet for sherbet or champagne, made by Gorham; a set of five Japanese sterling silver cocktail picks, each in the form of a crane; a sterling silver bread plate by Kirk; a range of napkin rings as well as decanter label tags; and a sterling silver desk clip by Thomae Company, emblazoned with the word UNANSWERED in all caps.

Favored for top-lot status is a late 19th-century German .800 silver stag head stirrup cup by Ludwig Neresheiner of Hanau, Germany. It boasts an engraved hunt scene as well as a gold interior and rim; the head of the stag, with its extended antlers, serves as the cup’s base. It is estimated at $1,500-$2,000.

Gorham five-piece coffee and tea service, est. $4,000-$5,000

Gorham five-piece coffee and tea service, est. $4,000-$5,000

Also likely to sell well is an ornate five-piece sterling silver coffee and tea service by Gorham, dating to the early 20th century. Described in the lot notes as being in “excellent condition,” it consists of a coffee server, a tea server, a creamer, a sugar and a waste bowl. The set is estimated at $4,000-$5,000.

The final standout is a large antique sterling silver basket, maker unknown, decorated with a reticulated border, fixed handles and floral details. It carries an estimate of $2,000-$2,500.

 

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