A George II sterling coffee pot by famed Norwegian silver master Emick Romer. Emick Romer moved to London in 1750 and lived in England for approximately 20 years. Romer's work is sought after and he was known for his Rococo chasing.. This coffee pot is wonderfully chased with all sorts of Rococo elements. The handle has been replaced and the coffee pot has a complete set of marks. The lid has a maker's mark and Lion passant. A wonderful example of Emick Romer's work. $2500.00
A rare and unusual William III silver tankard with pegging. Made by John Jackson in 1701, this tankard has six pegs on the inside to help keep track of the amount of alcohol consumed when the tankard was passesd around the table, as was the practice during the period. The wonderful armorial on the front of the tankard appears contemporary and the tankard is in very good condition. $12,000.00
A fine set of four George II sterling with full set of marks. Date marks on two for 1740 and two with 1741 date mark. The maker is James Gould of London. Each stick has an armorial on the base and each stick has a maker's mark on it's socket. The set weighs 55.4 oz and the candlesticks are 6.5" tall. $12,000.00 SOLD
A lovely Britannia silver tankard ny Matthew Lofthouse, London, 1718, in Queen Anne style.The body of the tankard with full hallmarks and also the lid having a full set. Interestingly the maker's mark for Matthew Lofthouse resembles the date mark for 1708, but in this case, there is enough of the maker's mark to reasonably attribute it to Lofthouse. There also is a stamped mark on the bottom for Lambert, Coventry. Lambert was a plate dealer in the early 19th century in London who seemingly retailed this tankard and added his mark to the bottom.