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SILVER


COIN SILVER SPOONS
Coin Silver Spoons /Wiscasset Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine Antiques
Coin Silver Spoons /Wiscasset Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine Antiques
Coin Silver Spoons /Wiscasset Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine Antiques Coin Silver Spoons /Wiscasset Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine Antiques

PRICE: $575..00




AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER
AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE
AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE
AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE AMERICAN COIN SILVER CIVIL WAR PERIOD PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, wISCASSET aNTIQUES cENTER,wISCASSET,mAINE  
Silver presentation water pitcher, presented to Dr. A (Archibald) Miles in 1852 by a number of ladies of Savannah, Georgia as a testimonial of their high regard for him, both as a gentleman & philanthropist, on March 30th,1852.The pitcher was handed down to his daughter and she passed it down to her nephew, Christian Archibald Herter, who was the son of Christian Herter, a wealthy artist and interior designer, head of the Herter Brothers. Christian Archibald Herter was a notable physician and published 7 books on medicine. Archibald Miles' career spanned the period of patent medicine and he created and sold a compound extract of tomato in a pill form which later became what we know as ketchup.
The water pitcher was made in 1851 by Wm. Gale & Son. William Gale was in partnership with Hayden in Charleston S.C. in 1848. The pitcher is well marked with pseudo hallmarks and date mark. It is 12 3/4 inches tall and 8 inches wide.The pitcher is in excellent condition with no dents or heavy scratches and is a classic example of southern wealth before the Civil War. Approximately 31 troy ounces in weight.


PRICE: $3500..00


GARRARD STERLING SILVER TEA/WATER KETTLE , LONDON, ENGL 1860,TAYLOR CRESTED


London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine

London Sterlong Silver GaRRAND tEA kETTLE, Wicassett Antiques Center,Wiscasset, Maine 


Sterling silver water kettle, stand, and lamp by Robert Garrard II, London, England 1860. The tilting water kettle weighs 105 troy ounces total including the stand and lamp. It is fully marked on the kettle, stand, lamp, lamp cover, and wing nut. There is a rampant lion representing London sterling silver, the maker's mark is RG crowned and the date letter is E for 1860-1861. Garrard was established in 1735 in London and was inherited by Robert Garrard and his brothers in 1818. The firm was appointed goldsmiths to William IV in 1843 and was made Crown Jewelers to Queen Victoria; this royal appointment continues to this day. The crest that is engraved on the back side of the kettle represents the Taylor family of Stoke Park, Wiltshire, UK after their intermarriage with the Watson family in 1815. Sir Simon R.B. Taylor, Bart. ( 1740-1830) was a wealthy sugar planter in Jamaica and a friend of Admiral Nelson's. Garrard silver is world renowned for quality and design. The silver is in excellent condition with no dents or heavy scratches.

PRICE: $7500.00



AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE
AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center
AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center AMERICAN THREE PIECE COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE / Wiscasset Antiques Center
This is an usually nice early 19th Century Tea Set. All three pieces are marked on the bottom: G. BOYCE for Geradus Boyce of New York, New York. The tea service is circa 1814-1820. The teapot is 9 inches tall and 11.5 inches wide including spouted handle. The base is 4.25 inches in diameter. The covered sugar is 8.5 inches tall and 9 inches wide including handles. The creamer is 6.75 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide including handle. The set is in excellent condition with no dents or repairs and is practically unused.

PRICE: $2750.00