Early American cream pot, made by Jonathan Otis, Newport, Rhode Island c. 1760.
4 3/4" height
Early American silver punch ladle, made by Thomas Edwards, Boston, c. 1750.
American silver bowl, made by Tunis D. Dubois, New York, c. 1795-1800.
6 1/2" diameter
Fine Early American silver tankard, made by Bartholomew Le Roux II, New York, c. 1750 - 60. Very fine engraved armorial we attribute to Elisha Gallaudet. Ref. David L. Barquist, Myer Myers, page 39-40.
7 3/4 inches
Early American silver bowl, made by William Hollingshead, Philadelphia, c. 1765.
6 inches in diameter
American silver ladle made by Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York, circa 1805.
14 1/2 LENGTH AND1 1/2" DEPTH AND 4" WIDTH
American silver caster made by Samuel Minott, Boston, circa 1765.
2" DIAMETER AND 5 1/2" HEIGHT
Early American cream pot, made by Robert Fairchild, New Haven, Connecticut, c. 1775.
5 inches in height
American pair of silver serving spoons made by Robert Swan, Philadelphia, circa 1795.
EACH 10" LENGTH AND 2" WIDTH
American silver coffee pot, made by John Leacock, Philadelphia, c. 1790.
15 inches to top of finial
American pair of silver spoons made by Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York, circa 1805.
EACH 9" LENGTH AND1 1/2" WIDTH