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American sterling silver pin tray with Gadroon border by Gorham Silversmiths, c.1900. This elegant tray is 5 1/2" long, 3 1/4" wide and weighs 67 grams or 2.2 ozs Troy. Monogrammed PWF in an ornate period script. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
Oval Gadroon Sterling English Tray 103oz W/ Royal Crest Oval Gadroon 103oz Tray Pattern: GEORGIAN SILVER 14871505
Fisher Silversmiths - Fisher Silversmiths 2250 (Sterling, Hollowware) 12" Bread Tray - Sterling, Hollowware, Gadroon
English Gadroon by Gorham, Sterling Butter Spreader, Paddle Blade, Hollow Handle, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1939, Size: 6", Not just for serving butter! Use with your hors d�oeuvre tray for cheese and spreads.
Gadroon Embossed Silver Plate Trays SKU: 012151 Commemorate the very special occasion by celebrating his & her wedding anniversary with our engraved small, medium or large size Gadroon style border tray. At The Sterling Hut we have professional engravers ready to assist your wedding, Christmas and anniversary gift giving. We specialize in fast service and delivery from South Carolina & New York to Los Angeles, Oceanside, Florida Keys and anywhere within the United States. •Item 1: 8" Diameter •Item 2: 10"
Elegant antique Gorham sterling silver 10" x 7" vanity, perfume or calling card tray with gadrooned bordering, large engraved monograms on top & bottom and 1902 dedication! The Gorham hallmarks date the piece to 1908 but the engraving reads 1902, perhaps a post-dated gift :). The initials on the top and bottom are the same safe for one letter so it's likely a 'his & hers' engagement, wedding or anniversary gift (though the silver anniversary is the 25th, which doesn't really work into the dates either).
English Gadroon by Gorham, Sterling Butter Spreader, Modern Blade, Hollow Handle, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1939, Size: 6-1/4", Not just for serving butter! Use with your hors d�oeuvre tray for cheese and spreads.
Small sandwich tray by Alvin in sterling silver. The tray was a presentation piece with such a general inscription that could be used by anyone. The tray is in good condition and gram weight is 156 grams. Size is 9" in diameter. The border is gadrooned and the inscription reads "V.C.C., Member Guest, 1972". There are some scratches on the tray and couple of small dings, but otherwise in good condition.
Sterling,Hollowware Only,Shell&Gadroon. Large Waiter Tray in the Lord Robert (Sterling, Holloware) pattern by International Silver
English Gadroon by Gorham, Sterling Butter Spreader, Flat Handle, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1939, Patent Mark, Size: 5-3/4", Not just for serving butter! Use with your hors d�oeuvre tray for cheese and spreads.
This wonderful English hallmarked tea set is so perfect for a little doll's tea party. We believe the set originated in Birmingham, England, from the early part of the 20th century. Each piece is hallmarked as shown. The set includes a teapot, sugar, and creamer arranged on an oval gadrooned tray. The tray also is hallmarked and has two handles and four round feet. The lid on the teapot is hinged in order to lift the lid. This set is in wonderful condition, except for a minor dent on the side of the sugar.
Spanish 916 Standard Silver Pierced Circular Footed Gallery Tray, Madrid, c.1910. This elegant and useful tray has a Gadroon rim and border and sits on 4 cast scroll feet. The pierced work is in excellent condition. This special tray is 10 3/8" diameter, 2 1/8" tall, 1 1/4" deep and weighs 585 grams or 18.8 ozs. Troy. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no monograms, removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering. The soft, warm, original antique
Superb rectangular silver tray made in 1910 by Ellis Jacob Greenberg in Sheffield, England. Fully hallmarked in upper center. Impressive border of angular gadrooning and recessed shells. Beautiful central motif of a heart with side wreaths, and topped with a crown. Has light scratches as would be normal for a tray of this size that is over 100 years old, and a small shallow depression under the heart that is only visible at certain angles. Has no repairs. Measures 20" long x 16"wide. Weighs 76 ounces.
Round Tray, Silverplate Gadroon Edge, Silverplate Round Tray, Circa: 1990, Used for holding and serving drinks, entrees and desserts., Interior Scroll Design, Size: 10" Diameter
Gadroon salvers & waiters in silver from Traditional Gadroon edging on these fine salvers and waiters in hallmarked sterling silver. The salvers have cast feet and the waiters have no feet and can be used as a tray. There are three sizes: 6 inch 15cm, 8 inch 20cm and 10 inch 25cm diameter. The salvers and waiters come in smart blue boxes. Alternatively you can order polished wooden presentation cases for the two largest sizes. All salvers and waiters can be engraved, please for details or call us on 01777
Round Tray by International, Silverplate Gadroon Design, Round Tray by International, Circa: 1950, Used for holding and serving drinks, entrees and desserts., Silverplate on Copper, Reticulated and Chased., Size: 12" Diameter
Gravy Boat, Attached Tray, Silverplate Gadroon Edge, Silverplate Gravy Boat, Attached Tray, Circa: 1950, Dish attached to plate to serve gravy without causing any drips., Size: 6-3/8" Long, 5-1/2" Wide, 5-1/2" High
Oval Gadroon Sterling English Tray 89 oz W/ Royal Crest Oval Gadroon 89oz Tray Pattern: GEORGIAN SILVER 14871504
International Silver - International Silver Lord Robert (Sterling, Holloware) 6-Piece Tea Set (Waste & Tray) - Sterling,Hollowware Only,Shell&Gadroon
This sterling tray was made in Birmingham, England in 1929 by J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd. Please note the workmanship, the beautiful gadroon border, and stunning hand-engraved crest with the French words "Foi, Roi, Droit" under the standing Lion and Unicorn. This translates into "Faith, King, Right". Total weight is 102.04 troy ounces. Hallmarks are located in the lower portion of the tray.
English Sterling Silver Match Striker & Ash Tray made by Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton) of London and retailed by Wilson & Gill of Regent Street, London, who were known for their novel and artistic silver. This unusual smoking accessory has a double wire twisted handle attached to a rounded triangular tray sitting on three collared ball feet, having a lidded gilt match compartment at its end and an ash bowl attached to its center. The underside of the match compartment lid
Glorious set of crumb trays entirely comprised of heavy solid French sterling silver (just a reminder: the French sterling standard is .950 parts silver, whereas, in the US and UK, .925 parts sterling is the standard). Condition is excellent. The superior weight and heft of the tray pair, protects them from the expectable dings and scuffing associated with their utility . The styling : this is a sumptuous iteration of the fer de lance pattern boasting a magnificent mascaron on the handle of the long tray.
Victorian double Inkstand in the form of a footed tray with handles. It is rectangular in shape, with a gadrooned edge, and gadrooned edges around the silver ink bottle mounts. The tray is raised on cast foliate feet. The two clear, cut glass ink bottles are similar in design, but are of varying heights. However, although they are antique bottles, I don't believe they are the original bottles. They fit snugly in their silver mounts. The bottom of each bottle has a star burst design. Each of the bottles has
Antique Bailey Banks & Biddle Sterling Silver Salver Tray. A wonderful find by the high quality Philadelphia Silversmith and Retailer Bailey Banks & Biddle. The tray is a classic English Salver Style. Has nice gadroon, bead, and scrolling edge. The tray center is engraved as I assume it was originally a wedding or an anniversary gift. The engraving is quite shallow now from years of polishing. It reads "M.V.L. Take from my mouth the wish of happy years. May 1903". It is quite beautiful and such a lovely