A beautiful sterling silver candy dish with beautiful Repousse floral design. It is made by S. Kirk & Son Inc, marked sterling 925/1000 #409 on the bottom of the dish. It measures 1" tall, 6 1/4" across, and weighs 148 grams. It is vintage 1900's.
This beautiful sterling silver napkin ring has 2 beautiful flowers etched in black enamel on them. I did not see any markings on it, however, we have tested it and it tests postive for sterling silver. It measures roughly 1 3/4" across.
This beautiful sterling silver mayonnaise bowl weighs 136 grams. It is stamped International Sterling Wild Rose G66 on the bottom. It measures 2 3/4" tall and measures 6 1/2' across the rim. It has a beautiful wild rose floral design along the inner rim.
This beautiful sterling silver compote dish has divided sections like a pie slice on the top with a scalloped rim. It is marked Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 112 Regent St. W. 372122. It weighs 338 grams, measures 5" tall, and 7" across.
A beautiful large sterling silver compote with a scalloped floral rim. It has a few light minor surface scratches. It is stamped on the bottom Gorham Sterling, Cement filled reinforced with rod of other metal, 718. It stands 4 3/4" tall and measures 10 1/2" across.
A beautiful and rare piece of sterling silver. It is stamped Sterling A 579 on the bottom with the picture hallmarks for Gorham. The age period is 1900-1940. Not only does it ave a unique floral design throughout but it also has a pedestal base. Weighs 330 grams, measures 4"tall, and is 7 1/2" long from spout tip to handle.
They are vintage 1960's and made in Bangkok Thailand. The symbol on the gravy boat and the underplate represents Thepanom- the God of Welcoming, and also known as the Praying Goddess. This is an extremely rare collection piece. The company went out of business in the 1960s. The 2 pieces together weigh 362 grams.