An exceptionally fine and rare silver epergne, made by James Young of London, 1785-1786, epitomizing the acme of the Neo-Classical or Hepplewhite fashion, with an intricate pierced and foliate adorned center pedestal, or frame, supporting an upper navette-form bowl from which emanate … Continue reading

An exquisite and rare pair of English early Regency Sheffield “Lyre” form candlesticks with oval “Adamesque” bases, circa 1790-1810, with the original bobeches and very minor “rosing” to the silver-plate. (For a large image, simply click on any photograph) $2,450. the pair … Continue reading

A scarce pair of American coin silver sugar tongs made by William Brown, silversmith in Baltimore, circa 1820-1830 DIMENSIONS: 6 1/2″. CONDITION: Excellent. For additional information, simply email us at chicoraclm@msn.com or call us at 1~803~834~3787 As always, your inquiries … Continue reading

A large American coin silver ladle in the King’s pattern made by William Thomson of New York City, circa 1820. DIMENSION: 12 1/2″. CONDITION: Excellent. For additional information, simply callus at 1~803~834~3787 or email us at chicoraclm@msn.com As always,  your … Continue reading

A very large American coin silver serving spoon in the King’s pattern made by William Thomson of New York City, circa 1820 DIMENSIONS: 13 1/2″. CONDITION: Excellent. For additional information, simply email us at chicoraclm@msn.com or call us at 1~803~834~3787 As … Continue reading

An excellent pair of Philadelphia Federal coin silver “mustard spoons”, made by Thomas Fletcher of Philadelphia, circa 1815-1825. (Simply left click on any image for an enlargement) Fletcher was considered a leading silversmith in Federal America and after 1827, he … Continue reading

An early and very rare coin-silver tablespoon, made and stamped by Daniel You of Charleston (173-1749). This tablespoon is in a remarkable state of preservation and measures 8 3/4″ in length. The tip is engraved with the initials “T.I.P.”The reverse … Continue reading

An increasingly rare set of twelve silver American dinner forks, Baltimore, in the “fiddle-shell” pattern, circa 1825, made by Andrew Ellicott Warner, each bearing the touch mark of “A.E.W” and the Baltimore mark “II” indicating that the the silver’s purity … Continue reading

A striking pair of English Old Sheffield two-arm candelabra, made by Matthew Boulton, with exceptional Regency details, in outstanding condition. The lines, proportions, and balance of this elegant pair signify the work of a master silversmith. Even the candle drip … Continue reading

Presented is a marvelous pair of old Sheffield fused plate candelabras made by the renowned English maker, Matthew Boulton.  These Georgian three- arm candelabras are beautifully done with handsome gadrooned and shell decoration.  Each candelabra disassembles into the candlestick and … Continue reading