Silver , Bronze, Copper, Iron, Steel
Robert James Walsh & Company
Antiques - Art - Modernism - Appraisals
Showroom at Antiques Collaborative, Route 4, Quechee, Vermont
Office and Online Sales: 13 River Street, Windsor, VT 05089
(802) 356-7112, RJWAntiques@hotmail.com
Pair of Georg Jensen 4.5" sterling silver bonbonieres, Denmark, circa 1920-40.
Georg Jensen sterling silver covered bowl with ball knop on a fluted cover, and with fluting around the base. Designed by Johan Rohde (1856-1935). 4"H x 4" Diameter. Denmark, circa 1945 hallmark.
Georg Jensen hammered sterling silver oval tray, catalogue #223C. Designed by Georg Jensen, made in Denmark circa 1945. 9-5/8" x 13-9/16". SOLD.
Pair of Tiffany & Co. sterling silver Colonial Revival candlesticks, reproductions of the originals by David Willaume, 1739. 9-1/4" High, with bobeches. 42.46 ozt. Small monogram at base of shaft. Mid-20th century. SOLD.
Colonial Revival sterling silver water pitcher engraved with swags and medallions. No monogram. Obscure maker's mark, early 20th century. Minor scratches and dents. 19.96 ozt. SOLD.
Victorian sterling silver 7.25"
baluster-shaped sugar caster with Anthemion-pierced top and bell finial, by Chrichton & Co, London, 1865. 7.895 ozt.
Geroge III sterling silver octagonal tea caddy with ivory pineapple finial and engraved armorial. Slight separation of two skirt panels on the lid. Obscure maker's mark. London, 1797. 7.45 ozt.
George I sterling silver 5.25" baluster-shaped pepper caster with bell finial. Elizabeth Goodwin, London, 1727. Two dents on base. 4.145 ozt.
George I Britannia silver 4.75"
baluster-shaped pepper caster,
with vase-shaped finial,
engraved scrolls on top around holes, dent on waist.
John Chartier, London, 1723. 3.97 ozt.
Old Sheffield silver plate souffle dish signed by Mathew Boulton, c. 1820, in three pieces including the burner, the insert pan and the main body. Excellent condition, with no bleeding.
Georg Jensen spun silver bowl designed and signed by Sigvard Bernadotte, c. 1950, in the modern taste. Excellent condition.
2-3/8"High x 6-5/8"Diameter:
Tiffany & Co. sterling silver tea strainer with ebony handle, 1907, 7" long overall. Excellent condition. SOLD
Georg Jensen sterling silver beaded-rim bowl with tendril handles,
fluted body and beaded base, Catalog item #3,
one of the earliest items made by the company,
and designed by Georg Jensen.
The two hallmarks date this piece between 1925 and 1930.
Excellent condition, 3"H x 5.5"W at handles.
Georg Jensen circa1925-29 hammered and chased sterling silver oval candy dish on a leafy pedestal and a ten-sided base with beads, The engraving on the base reads Elizabeth Muzzy Larson, June 14th 1929. 2.25"H x 4.75"W.
Photographs by Jean Bruneau. Please inquire.
Silver-plate lazy Susan tray and server with hot or cold water reservoir and fitted vessels, including a covered tureen, four salt cellars (no liners), four pepper shakers, and four covered serving dishes, with four handles which can be removed allowing the covers to be used upside down as four additional uncovered serving dishes.
Four Bakelite handles on the tray.
American, early 20th century, maker unknown
("CSC", each letter in its own shield).
Very good condition, very little wear.
18" High x 26" Diameter.
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Reed & Barton seven-piece silver plate tea service
with overall high-relief repoussé and chasing work,
U.S.A., c. 1885-1900.
The service includes a hot water kettle on stand with burner,
two teapots, a waste bowl, a covered sugar bowl and a cream jug.
The kettle and stand together are 13”H’
Very good condition.
Mythological Head, signed Monyo,
1 of an edition of 7,
by Romanian-American sculptor Prince Monyo,
in naturally-patinated bronze.
29"H x 13.5"W x 9"D
Brutalist fish sculpture, signed on plaque Kovacs 1976,
the figure in copper with steel rods on a driftwood base.
Alex Kovacs, New York State, 1976 unique piece.
27"H x 20"W x 11"D
Pair of Gothic Revival three-light candelabra in wrought iron,
with traces of taupe paint.
Quebec, circa 1880-1910.
29.25"H x 19.25"W x 8,75"D.
Pair of Arts & Crafts period Adirondack-style wrought iron Andirons
for Bungalow or Camp.
Hand-hammered details and hammered rivets. Study and substantial.
28"H x 16"W x 38"D.
American, circa 1880-1915.
Mikail Iakovlevich Isakov, St. Petersburg, 1976, Pair or Russian Silver Teaspoons,
with twist handles and engraved bowls.
Fyodor Ivanov, Moscow, 1879,
Russian Silver Individual saltcellar
on three ball feet, with floral engraved body
and gold wash interior.
Judith Brown, Floating Angel
Abandoned automobile parts.
Reading, Vermont c. 1985.
Monumental lawn sculpture with weathered patina.
Judith Brown was a resident of New York City and Reading, Vermont where she had a summer studio.
In an earlier career, she was a ballet dancer. In her career as a sculptor, she often portrayed fabric moving across a human body in motion.