A Selection of Hollowware in Silverplate and Pewter
Dramatic pitcher by Kayserzinn in pewter
portrays a finely modeled head of a "Satyr" with
irises, marked #4061 and Kayserzinn. It stands 13" tall.
$300. (Stock number 003s140)Front view
Lovely four piece Victorian tea service was manufactured
by Van Berch Silver Plate Co., Rochester, N.Y. The quadruple
plate set includes a teapot, sugar, creamer and waste bowl. A
floral swirl rims each piece. There is also an etched design on
the body of all of the pieces and decorated handles. There is
some plate loss and some minor dents, primarily on the base but
overall it is a very nice set. The teapot is 6" high. $120.00
(Stock number 002s150)
Victorian pewter teapot manufactured by James Dixon &
Sons. Elaborately decorated with a leaf motif and fancy wooden
finial. Curved handle is also made of wood. 1" dent visible
in picture on top center. 7.5" high. $100.00 (Stock
number 002m0531a) .
Victorian silver plate covered candy dish. Elaborately
decorated with floral motifs and fancy finial. 6 1/2" dia.,
5 1/2" high. Gold wash on inside cover. Small loss of plate
where cover meets base. $150.00 (Stock number 002s106)
Reed and Barton ornate Victorian 4 piece silver
plate Tea Service consisting of a Coffee Pot, 8 1/2"
tall, Tea Pot 8", covered Sugar Bowl 7" and Creamer
6". Small loss of plate. SOLD (Stock number 003s100)
Single piece detail
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