Eutaw Antiques.....

Silver



A pair of 6-1/2", coin silver, claw-end tongs from Henderson & Gaines, New Orleans, C. 1855. Heavy gauge. Counter-stamped by William Gale and Son, N.Y., 1858. Monogrammed "EHK". Excellent condition.
$495.99

A 13" coin silver punch ladle with the mark of Louis Muh, New Orleans, 1823-1854. Bowl diameter is 4-1/4". Also carries the mark "H", anchor, and star. No monogram. Excellent condition.
$1,300.00

A coin silver, shell-bowl, serving spoon by Henderson & Gaines, New Orleans, C.1855. It is 8-1/2" in length and has a 2" diameter bowl. Monogrammed "EHK".
$550.00

An ornate, coin silver, fish knife by E. A. Tyler, New Orleans; length, 12"; blade width,
1-3/8". Monogrammed "EAK". Excellent condition.
$495.00

A 10" American coin silver marrow scoop, marked "Hayden & Whilden" (C. 1855-1863), Charleston, South Carolina. Fiddlethread pattern. Marked on reverse of small scoop, "Griggs" (Assumed to be original owner). Slight wear, otherwise excellent condition.
$1,950.00

A 6", Sheffield, sterling silver muffineer made by Roberts & Briggs, Sheffield, England, 1910. Retailed by Shreve, Crump, and Low of Boston. All marks are proper and verifiable. Monogrammed "BH".
Excellent condition.
$450.00

A 10-1/2" sterling vase, made by the Matthews Company, Newark, New Jersey (1907-C.1936). Retailed by Maynard & Co, Inc. of Boston. Beautifully etched and monogrammed "W". Excellent condition.
$495.00

A sterling boatswain's pipe, 5-1/2" long. Marked only with "Sterling". Believed to be early 20th Century and is probably American. Signs of use, but very good condition. C. 1910.
$150.00

A pair of 4-1/2", sterling, Whiting's "Imperial Queen", individual asparagras tongs. Gold washed. Patent date 1893. Monogrammed "VAP". Perfect condition.
$135.00

A 9" Russian silver fork, of 84 grade silver, assayed by A.K in Moscow in 1896. It is hallmarked "A.Ioxenbcohb". Heavy grade; excellent condition with only slight wear to tines. No monogram.
$175.00

Scottish sterling teaspoon, Kings pattern, made in Glasgow, date letter "I" for 1827. Silversmith "J.LS" unidentified. Monogrammed "M?H". In excellent condition. Five spoons available.


A set of 6 Russian/Polish silver forks of 84 grade, asssayed 1862 by I.S. with double-headed eagle. Hallmarked by Emil Radke, Warsaw, and stamped "RADKE", hallmark in an oval cartouche, and "WARSZAWIR". Handles embellished with a raised heraldic devise; no monogram. Length 9"; heavy weight. Wear to tines, otherwise excellent condition.
$900.00 set of 6
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