A repousse antique sterling silver tea caddy chased with multiple large flowers and ferns in great detail and in crisp codition- Circa 1890
A german antizue silver tea caddy with embossed romantic figural scenes on front and back.
Decorated with cast applied cherub finial and ornamentation on the top. Marked on the base. Circa 1890
An Hanovarian silver basket shaped double tea caddy chased with flowers and leaves on the body and lid.
A large silver tea caddy with Art Nouveau panels depicting a mother and child in various schenes outdoors. Excellent patina and detail.
A German tea caddy with repousse German scenes all the way around the body. The lid pulls off.
A Kirk oz repousse tea caddy with pull off lid. Circa 1890
An oversized sterling silver repousse tea ball by Gorham with a date letter M for 1880. Monogrammed „John” as shown.
A silver carafe made for export to the Western market. The lid hinges back to open. There are finaly chased scrolls, flowers and leavesand an applied handle. The second side shows the lion defeated. Unmarked.
Very unusual Gorham silver apple with hinged lid and textured surface. Applied leaf decoration. The lid fits together with the base with a jagged irregular seam as if the apple had been peeled open. Dated 1883 with the Gorham date letter P.
German, 800 silver, around 1900. Oval, pressed down Corpus on four feet, hinged lid. Wall gilded interior, partially rubbed, outer wall and lid provided with a rich Reliefdekorum. Mostly cherubs and flower decoration in landscape and architectural decoration. On the lid relief image music-making putti. Highly representative.
A rare Gorham tea caddy with special sample hallmarked number on the base manufactured in 1893.
Kirk Sterling Silver Repousse Pitcher. Samuel Kirk & Son Co. Baltimore. Circa 1896
A large important hand chased tea caddy by the Stieff Company in Baltimore - has a hinged lid with a morning glory final. Circa 1895
A hand chased sterling silver tea ball by Mauser with a hinged lid. Dated 1900
A finely chased Tiffany sterling silver tea caddy with a pull off lid and an internal cap. Circa 1880