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Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG": Standing Salt (52.134a-e) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Standing Silver Salt, Made by the anonymous goldsmith "IG" English (London) Silver

JOHN C. MOORE COIN SILVER CUP AND SAUCER   John C. Moore, New York, New York, circa 1840

Moore coin silver cup and saucer. Moore, New York, New York, circa 1840

Decanter antiguo

Magnificent silver-mounted engraved glass claret jug by Edward Henry Stockwell, London,

Salt Cellar Date: early 20th century (original dated late 15th century) Culture: British Medium: Silver gilt, glass

Salt Cellar Maker: Elkington & Co. (British, Birmingham, Date: early century (original dated late century) Culture: British Medium: Silver gilt, glass The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hand Chaised Chocolate Pot...I kind of liked this until I seen that it was a Chocolate Pot then I loved it. <3  =))

Hand Chaised Repousse Sterling Chocolate Pot - LOVE that someone knows the difference between a chocolate pot and a tea pot.

Antique French Sterling Silver  Cobalt Glass Double Open Salt, Sweet Meats Stand

Antique French Sterling Silver Cobalt Glass Double Open Salt, Sweet Meats Stand

Silver ewer by Jean-Baptiste-François Chéret, Paris, France 1784-1785

❤ -Ewer, Marked by Jean-Baptiste-François Chéret (French, master in Paris Silver (has leaf pattern that matches my mustard pot)

Perfume burner, 19th century, probably French, The Met

Perfume burner Date: century Culture: probably French Medium: Silver gilt Dimensions: H.

I love the detail in this, beautiful

Metallic Sculpture : S Kirk repousse landscape tea set and kettle in original box

A Gale & Hayden coin silver goblet from around 1850. Pyriform goblet with shaped rim, scroll decoration. The sides have landscapes scenes and a plain shield.

A Gale & Hayden coin silver goblet from around Pyriform goblet with shaped rim, scroll decoration. The sides have landscapes scenes and a plain shield.

Coin silver cream pitcher in a "landscape" pattern by Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore c1845 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

"Coin silver cream pitcher by Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore, circa (Metropolitan Museum of Art)".

Sugar Bowl and Spoons  1804  Bendix Gijsen, Danish. Silver, partly gilt.

Sugar bowl and spoons Maker: Bendix Gijsen Date: 1804 Culture: Danish, Copenhagen Medium: Silver, partly gilt Dimensions: Overall: 13 x 4 x Length (spoons): 4 in.

Large Stieff antique silver tea caddy. he base has an applied beaded border. Marked BSC which stands for the Baltimore Sterling Silver Company and bearing the Stieff crown. Circa 1895.

Early Stieff Sterling Tea Caddy A large important hand chased tea caddy by the Stieff Company of Baltimore Md chased with multiple flowers in a repousse pattern. This imposing tea caddy has a hinged lid with a morning glory finial.

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