Here's a Distinctly Beautiful Cake/Pie/Multi Server made by Orfevre Christofle in the Atlas Pattern. It is Heavy 950 Silver, made in Paris, France during the Art Deco Period. It is fully Hallmarked for Christofle, and bears the Minerva 950 Silver mark. This Elegant Server weighs 131.3 grams. About 4 1/3 oz. It measures 10" long. The Spatula blade at it's widest is 2 3/8" wide. Condition is Very Good. It bears superficial wear marks throughout the blade and handle. If desired, the buyer could have the piece
Sterling, Heavy Scroll Edge. Solid Pie Server in the 65 200 (Sterling) pattern by Koch & Bergfeld
Acorn Large Pie Server Georg Jensen Sterling Silver . This elegant server is 10 5/8" long and weighs 126 grams or 4.1 ozs Troy. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no monograms, removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
Gladstone sterling silver server by Frank M. Whiting is perfect for serving pastry cakes and pies, antique Victorian era circa 1893. The lovely Gladstone pattern features understated elegant scroll work along the handle that can be enjoyed on the front as well as the back. The silver itself is of solid good weight. Research tells us that the Frank M. Whiting Company said it made its flatware in either medium or heavy and I would say this is one of their heavy pieces. The server bears the Frank M. Whiting
American sterling silver pie server in the Orchid pattern by Watson Company, 1903. This beautiful server is 9 7/8" long and weighs 128 grams or 4 Ozs Troy. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
American sterling silver Arts and Crafts style pie server by Karl F Leinonen & Son, Boston, c.1940. This handsome server is 10 1/4" long and weighs 125 grams or 4 ozs Troy. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent estate original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no monograms, removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
Sphinx Pie Server Sphinx represents cutlery of almost breath-taking, cool beauty, the design of which is based on the Bauhaus principles. The aesthetic highlight is the interesting arch leading from the handle into the mouthpiece. This is silver cutlery of incomparable character. Pie Server Sterling Silver Robbe & Berking Luxury Tableware Gifts
Calegaro Silver Luigi XVI Pie Server Calegaro Silver Luigi XVI Pie Server Calegaro Sterling Silver Luigi XVI Cake - Pie Server #CAL-G-LUI36 Made of the finest italian sterling wtih added bling - yes, there are 3 swarovski crystals embedded into the handle very subtly and elegantly just to put a fresh look into a classic elegant pattern. If you are interested in other Calegaro pieces, please email for additional assistance.
American sterling silver pie server in the Luxembourg pattern by Gorham Silversmiths 1893. This beautiful pie server is 9 3/16" long and weighs 76 grams or 2.4 ozs Troy. The pie server is monogrammed K. The excellent original condition, make this an especially attractive offering. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing.
2621 Tiffany Olympian Sterling Silver Serrated Pie Server A Tiffany sterling silver Olympian pattern serrated pie server. Dated small letter m. Length: 11 1/4". Weight: 5.25 troy ounces. Monogrammed on the reverse of the terminal.
Moselle by American Silver Co., Silverplate Pastry Fork, Set of 6, Set of 6, Active Pattern: No, Circa: 1906, Manufacturer's Hallmark, Size: 7-1/8", Cutting Tine, Used for eating pie and small pastries.
American sterling silver pastry or pie server in the Hindostanee pattern by Gorham, 1878. This beautiful server is 9'' long and weighs 72 grams or 2.4 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 finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing.
Navajo Antique Sterling Silver Pie Server EK Detailed Description Specifications Navajo hand stamped one of a kind 1950's antique sterling silver pie server. This measures at handle 1" at end tapering down to 3/4"W. Handle is hollow. At base 2 3/8" W tapering to a point 1/2"W base is solid silver. Made using a nice quality weight. Purchased out of a private collection. Originally purchased from White Hogan. Signature is EK. NASSPS1
6222 Peer Smed Hand Wrought Sterling Pie Server A sterling hand hammered pie server by Peer Smed measuring 11 1/2" long with a weight of 4.65 troy ounces. The terminal of the handle is a three dimensional blossom complete with stamen.
This is a gorgeous sterling silver pie server, made by George Sharp. It features beautiful brite-cut work on the blade. The twisted handle ends in a perfectly round orb a signature feature of George Sharp's work. While there is no makers mark it bears all the styles and workmanship of George Sharp and has been identified as his piece This pie server measures 10" x 3". It weighs 75.5 grams, or 2.85 Troy ounces. There is a monogram "N. Van H." engraved on the back of the blade. It is also marked "STERLING."
Alvin Sterling Silver Edwardian Bridal Rose Pie Knife Server. This is the smaller of two sizes of pie knife that was made in this pattern and this is from the earlier production of this pattern. The handle has a deep, 3-dimensional pattern of roses, leaves and stems that extends onto the wide, flat blade. It has a cartouche for a monogram, but it was not monogrammed. The back of the handle has a simpler but elegant continuation of the pattern. It is marked "Patent Sterling" with an "A" in a cartouche. It
This is a lovely Gorham Medallion Sterling Silver Pie Server retailed by Tiffany & Co. The warrior medallion on the terminal is crisp and clear, near mint. The pie serving blade is engraved with brite cit work that is detailed and strikingly beautiful. It is monogrammed on the back. This would make a great addition to any silver collection and could be used as that special server for you home made pies. Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1864 Marks: (lion-anchor-G), PAT. 1864, TIFFANY
This French Sterling Silver Cake/Pastry/Fish Server Set is simply a gorgeous find to be treasured for many years to come! The set comprises two serving pieces for cake, pastry, pie or fish. Each server is embellished with raised Fer de Lance pattern on the handle, having ornate hand engraving on the blade. Both pieces are finely crafted to the highest standard from sterling silver .950 purity, with gorgeous parcel gilt finish (partially gold-washed over sterling) on the blades. It remains free from any form
American sterling silver pie server in the Watteau pattern by Durgin, 1891. This beautiful server is 9 1/2" long and weighs 74 grams or 2.4 ozs Troy, the server is monogrammed on the blade EAY 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.
We are listing for sale a beautifully maintained Tiffany Olympian Sterling Silver Pie Server. This server has a gold-washed serrated blade which gives it a regal look. The pie server measures 11 1/4" long and weighs 5.6 OZT. This item is in very good condition given it's age. It has been treated very well over the years. Minor wear on blade (light scratches) and minor scuff marks along handle. A monogram exists on the reverse of the terminal. The intricacy of this pattern is the best that vintage Tiffany
5333 Caldwell Sterling Pie Server in Box An engraved antique sterling pie server in the original J E Caldwell box. Length 9 1/8"; weight 2.15 oz troy. Monogrammed on the front of the handle. The server is marked J E Caldwell & Co. and 925 in an oval. Price: $425.00
This is a beautiful coin silver pie server by James Watts of Philadelphia, PA. It is made in a variation of his "Sonata" Pattern and is in excellent condition. The handle and the blade are ornately engraved with brite-cut and acid etched work. A true example of excellent craftsmanship. Circa 1860. This pie server measures 10" x 2 7/8". It weighs 83 grams, or 2.67 Troy ounces. It is marked "COIN" and with the Watt maker's mark.
This is Sterling Silver Hollow Handled Pie/Pastry Server and is an original 1903 Frank Smith Lion serving piece. This is not the new re-issued Lion by Wallace. We have other pieces of this pattern in our Hill and Hill Store. Type "LION" in the search box at the top left side of this page to see what we have. This is a very popular pattern today as well as in the past due to its uniqueness in design. There is no other figural pattern by any other Silver Company that had a design that was considered even
TP5308 Tiffany Persian Sterling Pie Server A nicely engraved Tiffany Persian pattern pie server with a script monogram in the cartouche on the handle. Excellent crisp condition. The ribbed blade has fine hand engraving between the ridges. Length: 10 1/2". Weight: 3.5 troy ounces. Price: $1,295.00
Rare and gorgeous, this would be a prize as an anniversary, wedding, Mother's Day or birthday gift. From the photographs you will find the intricate designs in the serving part, the handle and on the reverse! It is just breathtaking all over. Your guests will remember this rare piece however you choose to use it with your table setting. It was particularly designed to slice and serve the popular jelly roll. Today it is used as a cake server unless you really have made a jelly roll! It can certainly be used
EX5242 Whiting Sterling Unmarked Bird Pie Server A sterling silver pie server circa 1870 with parcel gilded satin finished decoration and an applied cast bird with a berry in three dimension on the handle. Unmarked but probably the work of Whiting similar to the hallmarked items below. Length: 10 1/4" Weight: 3 troy ounces. Price: $1,275.00