Oustanding sterling silver, early 20th century dinner suite consisting of tea sets and flatware sets. In the first section of this magnificent, newly restored, late 19th/ early 20th century wood and brass chest with stand. Late 19th / early 20th century sterling silver tea/ coffee set by Jacobi & Jenkins, all with floral and foliate decoration, scroll feet, scroll handle with acanthus caps, including. Coffee pot measuring 11'' from handle to spout and 11'' in height teapot measuring 12'' in width by 7'' in height creamer measuring 5 1/2'' in width by 6'' in height lidded sugar bowl measuring 7'' in height by 8'' in width. Waste bowl measuring 4'' in height by 6 1/2'' in width matching beautiful gallery wood silver tray / waiter measuring 22'' in length by 18'' in width.Beautiful repousse condition; never machine buffed. Bearing monograms and hallmarks as shown. Jacobi & Jenkins was a Baltimore-based silversmith active between 1894 and 1908. Famous for its silver in repousse pattern, it succeeded to Jacobi & Co as a premier maker.
Gorham sterling silver open sugar and creamer in repousse design, with handles. Open sugar measures 5.9 inches wide and 2.8 inches tall. Creamer measures 4.9 inches tall and 2.1 inches tall. During the heyday of American silver manufacturing, approximately 18501940, Gorham was highly influential.
The White House has used Gorham silver services during many administrations. Grant asked Gorham to commemorate the country's one-hundredth anniversary with a spectacular Century Vase that contained over 2,000 oz (57,000 g) of sterling silver, and in 1899, it produced a grand "loving cup" composed of 70,000 dimes was designed for Admiral George Dewey.
Colonel Henry Jewett Furber placed the largest single commission Gorham ever received for what became known as the famous Furber service. The opulent 740-piece service represents Victorian era dining at its most elaborate. The monumental silver and parcel-gilt "Neptune" epergne made for Furber as part of this service was displayed at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876.
Gorham artisans also sculpted the famous monument of George Washington in the Capitol's Rotunda and the statue of Theodore Roosevelt in New York. Schultz sterling silver, repousse tea pot with floral decoration throughout and a finial atop. It measures 7 1/4'' in height by 10'' from handle to spout, weighs 27.3 ozt, and bears hallmarks as shown.
Schultz was an excellent maker of repousse silver hollowware active in Baltimore in the first half of the 20th century. In the second and third drawers of this beautiful chest, 118-piece fine repousse dinner suite, the vast majority of which is by Stieff in the celebrated Rose pattern, others are by Schofield and Kirk consisting of. 18 place forks measuring 7'' in length. 12 salad forks measuring 6'' in length.
Stieff is a Baltimore-based silversmith founded in 1892, famous for its holloware and flatware in repousse pattern. Approximately 325 troy ounces in weighable silver total. We have additional photos available upon request.
The item "Gorham Jacobi&Jenkins Stieff Sterling Silver Repousse Tea &Flatware Set in Chest" is in sale since Wednesday, July 28, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets". The seller is "rere1821" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.