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Fiddle back pattern with shoulders. Fiddle back area of handle longer in total proportion and the bowl is small and pointed.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders. Drop at handle and bowl junction.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders. Oval drop at handle and bowl junction.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders. The handle is shortened in proportion to the size of the bowl. Good weight.
Fiddle back pattern with shoulders.
Flat blade and Old English pattern handle. The blade edge is in scallop form (one and three configuration. The entire upper surface of the butter knife has foliate engraving, and an insect, in a semblance of the bright-cut technique.
Fiddleback pattern with shoulders. Single drop at handle and bowl junction
Art Nouveau design with spring-fitted cover. The striker is incorporated into the base through the addition of incised lines. Design uses motif of lily pad, flower and a frog. Both sides of the vesta box are identical.
Rectangular frame witn wide borders and raised design of stylized flower stem; two flowerheads, leaves, stem and roots. Design extends upward on the left side facing, and across the top of the frame. The viewing area has six, three per side, copper rivets. The surface is hammered.
Ornamental charger with hanging hook. It has been hammered and has a recessed center and wide border with slightly indented rim. Raised design of seven flowers/leaves. The connecting stem encircles the recessed center.
Straight-sided pitcher with flared and riveted foot. Rivet-attached strap handle and rivet-attached spout. ‘C'-shaped finial on cover. Hammered surfaces. Construction: sheet of copper with wrap around and rivet fastening. Raised and stylized motif under pouring spout.
Cylindrical cannister with sheet copper and rivet construction. Raised design of two fish, encircling main body of cannister. Scalloped line at base and rim. Flat cover with raised word ‘Tea'.
Circular domed base, cylindrical column with four convex, strap-like forms attached from base to below the socket. Large circular drip-pan. Center column and four surrounding strap-forms, drip-pan all riveted.
Shallow plate with a very slightly recessed center area. Border has a raised edge design of three butterflies, alternating with three stylized bat forms. Punched decoration forms areas of background to the raised designs. The center area is hammered.
Flat circular base. Attached tapered column, riveted at base junction, and constructed from sheet copper riveted lengthwise, with four raised linear motifs. Strap handles attached from the socket lip to midpoint of column.
Rectangular shaped tray with curved corners, and strap handle extending almost the full length of the tray. Inset rectangular panel at center in blue and green enamel. Decoration in relief; a series of overlapping squares extend both sides of the enamel panel lengthwise. The same decoration motif extends the length of the handle.
Trumpet-shaped vase on flat, circular foot. Hammered surface. Six simple flowers, with long stems and leaves, encircle the vase in relief. Rim is slightly everted.
Square base with column encased by four strapline forms, convex at junction to base and riveted. Below the socket the strap-forms extend at right angles to support the squar framework of the shade, which holds in place four panels of glass.
Each candlestick has an urn-form candle cup set into a three-arm support above a standard composed of four stylized legs ending in lion paw feet. The feet are mounted on an X-form base. Both have gilt intaglio finish.
The tongs have substantial weight and the arms are shaped
The handle has the bright-cut engraving associated with neo-classical design in silver and particularly with Hester Bateman designs. The linear pattern follows the typical swag form that Bateman - a major silversmith - often employed in decoration.
Small server or lifter for preserved fruit or sweetmeats. Shovel form, with fiddle back handle engraved in linear and feather motif.
Teaspoon has the bright cut engraving associated with neo-classical design in silver. Linear patterns with an eight-pointed star.
Fiddle back teaspoon, with shoulders. Rat tail extending well down the bowl.
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