Britannia Fine Antique Silver
9159 Shiebler Iris Sterling Salad Set Circa 1900
A superb cast antique art nouveau sterling silver salad set by Shiebler with irises on front and back of the handles. Perfect gold washed bowls all in pristine condition. Length 10". Weight 9.85 toz.
9049 Shiebler Sterling Enamel Fork
A Shiebler enamel serving fork with satin finished gold wash and turquoise enamel on the front of the handle.
Length 7 1/2".
Weight 2.8 toz.
Shiebler Chrysanthemum Asparagus Server
A Shiebler antique sterling asparagus serving fork with gold washed tines and ornate chrysanthemum handle. Monogrammed and inscribed on the reverse of the handle. Length
9". Weight 5.10 toz.
Shiebler Japonesque Cheese Scoop
An antique sterling silver cheese scoop by George Shiebler with applied gold washed Japanese influenced motifs including a crab, branch and leaves. All in pristine condition and impressive weight. Length 8 3/4". Weight 3.25 troy ounces. Circa 1880.
Heavy Shiebler Antique Sterling Fish Set
A two piece antique sterling fish serving set by Shiebler. Ornate cast applied floral band on the handles. Length 12 1/4" and 11". Weight 11.25 toz.
8716 Shiebler Clematis Fish Set
A Shiebler Clematis antique coin silver fish serving set with sharp engraved detail and never monogrammed. 9 1/8" and 12 1/4".
Weight 6.65 toz.
Shiebler Etched Sterling Spoon
An antique 188s sterling silver spoon by George Shiebler with floral acid etching on front and back. All sterling with a flat solid handle. Weight: 1.95 troy ounces.
SH2418 Shiebler Sandringham Cheese Scoop
A Shiebler sterling silver cheese scoop in the Sandringham pattern with an ornate Gothic monogram on the front of the handle. Length: 7 1/4". Gold washed bowl. NOTE: A bit of history regarding the name of the pattern. Queen Victoria's eldest son and heir Edward bought Sandringham in Norfolk England as his private residence and it is still used by the present Queen and her family. Sandringham pattern has the thee Prince of Wales feathers at the top of the handles and this was indeed the motto of the Prince of Wales, Edward.