AN AMERICAN SILVER "JAPANESE STYLE" EWER, TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1883 of bottle form, the lower body chases with spirals below a band of frolicking elephants before chased foliage, gadrooned shoulders topped by a band of ducks in relief, reeded neck & pulled-out spout, the handle formed by a finely modeled figure of a whiskered dragon wigh haffy legs & spalyd claws, the base with 1883 presentation inscription, marked on base & numbered 7366-6410 / 1047. 64oz, height 14 in.
AN IMPORTANT SILVER CAUDLE CUP - MARK OF JURIAN BLANCK JR., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1680 - Baluster form, on circular foot, with two caryatid-form handles, one side engraved Gertruy Crook within vine leaf cartouche, the other side engraved circa 1780 with a coat-of-arms with a shield-shaped cartouche, the base later engraved with history of descent, marked on body and under base 8 ¼ in. (20.6 cm.) long over handles; 17 oz. 10 dwt. (556 gr.)