An American Art Nouveau Silver Serving Fork  Alvin Corporation, Providence, Rhode Island Circa 1902 Silver Marks: (Alvin) Sterling | JV

An American Art Nouveau Silver Serving Fork in the "Raphael" pattern by Alvin Corporation, Providence, Rhode Island Circa 1902 Silver Marks: (Alvin) Sterling

Gorham sterling ball thread holder

Gorham sterling ball thread holder - Perhaps not that shiny, wooden would be nice, wooden, folklore painted, with dragons :-D But the idea of having scissors deliberately attached to the string holder.

Oriental / Japanese? teapot; silvered bronze vegetable form teapot with bamboo handle and spout. Four character mark impressed in square on base. 6" H.

silvered bronze vegetable form teapot with bamboo handle design and spout. Four character mark impressed in square on base.

An antique sterling silver sugar shaker by Howard and Co of New York dated 1895.

A beautiful antique sterling silver sugar shaker by Howard and Co of New York dated

glass vase

Hand blown art glass vase "Tall Birch" by Katz Glass Design.

George II period sterling silver muffineer or sugar castor, by John Swift, London c1750 (entourage1)

George II period sterling silver muffineer or sugar castor, by John Swift, London, circa

Large Gorham sterling silver water pitcher in the Rococco style with flowers and cartouche design. Gorham hallmarks. c.1905

Beautiful large Gorham sterling silver water pitcher in the Rococco style with flowers & cartouche design.

English antique silver stationery box circa 1905 by Elkington and Company

quenalbertini: English antique silver stationery box circa 1905 by Elkington and Company

Antique Vintage French Sterling Palais Royal Perfume Scent Bottle with Hand-Painted miniature on lid.

Antique Vintage French Sterling Palais Royal Perfume Scent Bottle with Hand-Painted miniature on lid.

An Exceptional Faberge Silver and Enamel Inkwell, in the Russian Modern style influenced by medieval Russo-Byzantine art. The body of this large inkwell is supported by four silver lions mounted on a circular marble base. The lid is designed to resemble traditional onion-shaped domes of Russian churches.

The rarest FABERGE inkwell ~ In the the Moscow branch of the Faberge firm produced a number of silver objects with monochrome enamels decorated with medieval style ornaments.

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