A RARE SET OF SIX SILVER CANNS WITH HERALDIC ENGRAVING MARK OF DANIEL BOYER, BOSTON, CIRCA 1750 Each of baluster form, on molded foot, with leaf-clad scroll handle, each engraved with a coat-of-arms and the inscription, The Gift of Edwd. Kitchen, Esqr. to the Church of Christ of which Ye Revd. Mr. John Huntington ws Pastor 1766, three engraved TAleC No.[3,4,5], three engraved 3d Chh in Salem, three also engraved on lower body South Church 1774-1924, each marked 5 in. high; 68 oz. 10 dwt

A RARE AND IMPORTANT SILVER CREAM JUG MARK OF JACOB HURD, BOSTON, CIRCA 1745 Baluster, on three trefid feet, the body with three chased cartouches, one cartouche with an engraved and chased scene of ducks and trees, one with a church amid trees, and the central cartouche with a coat-of-arms and crest, with a scroll handle, marked on body 4¼in. high; 4oz.

THE WILLIAM MANLEY SILVER BEAKER - MARK OF JOHN CONEY, BOSTON, CIRCA 1715 - Of bell form, on circular molded base, the body engraved on side: “Ex dono M / WP to South Church” and scratch-engraved 1715 under base, marked on body with Kane mark C 5 ¾ in. (14.4 cm.) high; 10 oz. (314 gr.)

THE JOSEPH SEWALL SILVER TANKARD - MARK OF JOHN EDWARDS, BOSTON, CIRCA 1730 - Tapering cylindrical, the stepped domed cover with baluster finial, the scroll handle with oval terminal, the front engraved with the arms of Sewall and engraved under base: Given to the South-Church./1730, marked near handle and on cover with Kane mark C, also with paper label 1480.11 Old South 8 ¾ in. (21.9 cm.) high; 29 oz. (910 gr.)

A SILVER-GILT WATER PITCHER MARK OF NEWELL HARDING, BOSTON, CIRCA 1855 Baluster form, on gadrooned circular foot, the body chased with oak leaf and acorn decoration, the handle formed as a branch, engraved with presentation inscription, marked under base 13 3/8 in. (33.4 cm.) high; 60 oz. 10 dwt. (1,884 gr.)

THE WILLIAM DAVIS SILVER WINE CUP - MARK OF JEREMIAH DUMMER, BOSTON, CIRCA 1676 - The bell-form cup with baluster stem on splayed circular foot, the cup engraved near rim “The gift of a friend W:D.”, marked on cup and under foot with Kane mark A 7 ¾ in. (19.4 cm.) high; 13 oz. 10 dwt. (422 gr.)

A SILVER SPOUT CUP MARK OF JOHN EDWARDS, BOSTON, CIRCA 1715 Set on circular reeded foot, with bulbous lower body and cylindrical neck, with s-curve spout and reeded side handle, the stepped domed cover with double knop finial, the body engraved with monogram W over IS, marked on neck 4 7/8 in. high; 7 oz.

An Unusual American Silver Teapot Engraved with Hunters in a Landscape, Jacob Hurd, Boston, circa 1750 that more than doubled its pre-sale high estimate to sell for two hundred seventy nine thousand dolars. (Sotheby's)

A MONUMENTAL PARCEL-GILT SILVER AND MIXED-METAL VASE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES OSBORNE, MARK OF TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1880 Shaped-cylindrical, with twisted neck, the foot applied with a copper bug, the body with hammered surface, the lower body engraved with parcel-gilt lozenge leaf band, the elongated neck applied with a parcel-gilt dandelion and a copper beetle with gold stripes, the shoulder with pierced geometric border and undulating everted rim 17" High; 61 oz. gross wei...

Hot-water urn, 1791 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818), Maker - Made in Boston - Silver, ivory

*The Boston Salt. Edward Rowland (England, London, active circa 1600). England, London, circa 1600

Coffeepot, c.1800, Paul Revere II (1735-1818); Nathaniel Austin (1734-1818), Boston, Massachusetts – This is the earliest known piece of American silver made for presidential use. It dates stylistically to term of John Adams (1735–1826) 2nd U.S. President. The combination of an urn-shaped pot with a domed cover is unusual. The rather narrow, ribbon-like border of repetitive engraving & the fine reeding (instead of beading) on the base, shoulder, & rim help to date this coffee pot to about 1...

Tea Urn Paul Revere Jr. (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1734–1818 Boston, Massachusetts) Date: 1791 Met

gold washed, antique silver baby cup, engraved with 'Baby' ... ca. 1915

A VICTORIAN 'CELLINI' WINE JUG, GEORGE FOX, LONDON 1875 of classical Renaissance Revival ewer form, chased throughout with strapwork, mask heads, arabesques, animals and foliage against a matt ground, a sculptural caryatid scroll handle, engraved

ANDREAS SCHÜSSLER SLOVAKIAN SILVER SPOON, cast lobate stem, the bowl back engraved with a plant in bloom, gilt interior to the bowl, Banská Bystria (Neusohl), 1660

1714-15. Set of three casters

Voluspa 'Japonica - French Cade Lavender' Three-Wick Candle available at #Nordstrom


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