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The question I hear most often at antiques shows is, How do you know whether something is silver?People aren't necessarily looking only for sterling; they just want to know what they're buying.

Width 5 1/8' Price: ,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: ,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: 5.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: 5.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price:

Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).

Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

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Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price:

Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).

Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

||

Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: ,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price:

Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).

Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

||

Width 5 1/8' Price: $3,500.00 A six piece sterling silver tea set by Wendt in the Apollo pattern composed of two tea pots 7 1/2"" tall, hot water or coffee pot 9 1/2" tall, covered sugar bowl, creamer and waste bowl (5 1/2" across the handles.) All pieces have a cherub in a cartouche surrounded by engraving and applied dots on one side and a monogram on the other side. Price: $7,500.00 T8036 Gorham Sterling Chased Tea Ball A fine quality unusual Gorham tea ball with chased panels in a ruffled egg shaped form. This antique sterling silver tea ball by Gorham numbered 130 and in excellent condition. Price: $475.00 H7735 English Silver Teapot London 1829 A fine quality English silver teapot with cast horse head finial, chased mermaids and thistles. Price: $195.00 A large impressive finely chased tea caddy with various figures and scenes below a large face of a lion. A Dutch silver tea caddy measuring 5" tall with a weight of 3.75 troy ounces. Ap'd For along with the Simons mark and sterling on both. Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.T8313 Huge German Silver Tea Caddy A very large German antique silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau, circa 1870. Price: $1,395.00 T8314 German Silver Tea Caddy An antique silver German tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in the shape of a house with a Chinese man on one side and chased figural scenes on the other sides. The sides of the tea ball are hand chased with the ornate repousse and the hinged lid and bottom are hand chased with graduating stippled lines. Engraved with a porcupine crest and with wood finial and handle. Hallmarked 1871 complete with makers and the St Petersburg hallmark. Price: $3,500.00 An American cylindrical shaped sterling silver tea caddy with outstanding all-over chasing depicting flowers, leaves and stems. Height 4 1/2"; diameter 2 1/2"; weight 5.35 troy oz. Cast mandarin finial with original nut on the inside. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.The tea caddy has a hinged lid with a large butterfly finial and a monogram. The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Alternating engraved panels of engine turning and Chinese figural scenes. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: $3,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.

,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. Price: ,750.00 C7763 Coin Silver Tea Service An unusual square shaped coin silver four piece tea service on ball and claw feet with lion faces at the top of the feet. The edge of the strainer is embossed with scrolls and flowers and the bowl is finely pierced.

With the adoption of the sterling standard after the Civil War, silversmiths continued to stamp their own names on the back, along with the word sterling or the number 92.5 or 925, all of which indicate sterling quality. The Gorham company's mark was a row of three emblems: a lion (for sterling), an anchor (for its base in Rhode Island), and a "G" (its initial).

Some American silversmiths mimicked British hallmarks to lend their wares prestige -- rather than to convey specific information.




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