A very large coin silver serving spoon, made by Alexander Young, working in Camden, South Carolina about 1807-1815, initialed on the tip “M A B”, in script (For a larger photograph, simply click on any image) DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT/MARKS: This spoon measures … Continue reading

A truly remarkable and very important South Carolina coin silver creamer, made by Alexander Young of Camden, circa 1815 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) This exceptionally rare, and possibly unique American Federal coin silver creamer, made … Continue reading

A five-piece American Neoclassical coin silver tea and coffee service, made by Thomas Richards, New York City, circa 1815-1825 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) CONDITION: Outstanding. Complete American coin silver tea and coffee services are quite … Continue reading

A very elegant English George III sterling silver epergne, made by James Young of London, circa 1785-1786, which epitomizes the acme of the Neoclassical or Hepplewhite fashion, with an intricate pierced and foliate adorned center pedestal, or frame, supporting an … Continue reading

A Charleston, South Carolina coin silver fork, in the King’s” pattern, made by Hayden& Gregg, circa 1838-1843 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) DIMENSIONS: Length: 7 7/8″. CONDITION: Excellent, very little, if any, wear. NOTES: Nathaniel Hayden, … Continue reading

A fine and very scarce extensive coin silver dinner service, in the King’s pattern, made by the partnership of Nathaniel Hayden and his brother, H. Sidney Hayden, Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1838-1843 NOTES: Nathaniel Hayden, his brother, H. Sidney Hayden … Continue reading

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

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

These late eighteenth century serving spoons are made in a very traditional design and date between the years 1770-178, Each spoon has a shell on the back of the bowl. The spoons are fairly heavy, despite their age, with a … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine and very rare, possibly unique, American Federal coin silver creamer, made by Alexander Young (w.1807-1856), in Camden, South Carolina and designed in the French Empire fashion. Young had worked briefly as a silversmith in Baltimore, were he … Continue reading

A large American Coin silver soup of punch ladle, made by H.C. Blanck, the the “fiddle and thread” pattern, circa 1830-1840. Presented is a fantastic American coin silver punch or soup ladle. This piece is by H.C. Blanck, and dates to around the 1825-1845. … Continue reading

A very good American Classical inspired coin silver water pitcher made by J.B. Jones, Boston, circa 1835 The pitcher has a bright, almost mirror like surfaces that gleans and is stamped ‘pure coin’ and with the hallmark for J.B. Jones. This piece is in excellent condition. The interior … Continue reading

A monumental English sterling silver salver or tray, made by Elizabeth Jones, London, 1788, in the highest “Rococo” style The surface of the tray is beautifully hand-engraved with designs of flowers, fruits and scrolls. The center of the tray has a nice engraved crest … Continue reading