Gorham Silver Teapot

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Gorham Sterling Tea Pot, George II Reproduction. Year Mark 1966. Walnut handle. 2-1/4 pint capacity. 9-3/4" height x 9-1/2" width handle to spout. 24.15 troy ounces. Refinished to like new condition.

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Mixed Metals by Gorham cigar lighter made with copper in the shape of a teapot. The piece has a 3-D brass dragon handle. It is applied with a silver crab, a silver snail, and silver cherry blossoms on the branch with leaves. It's marked with #BY264 and the piece dates from the 1880's. The measurements for the cigar lighter are 2 1/2 tall, 4 3/4 wide, and it weighs 5.5 ozt. It is not monogrammed and is in excellent condition.A true work of art! SKU#0495.

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Maine Antique Digest

Teapot by Paul Revere Jr. Brings $233000 05/13/15, via Maine Antique Digest

There was not a lot of 19th-century and early 20th-century silver in this sale. A pair of Martelé silver figural ewers by Gorham, Providence, Rhode Island, sold on the phone to collectors for $125,000 (est. $100,000/150,000), and a pair of Tiffany

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In Florida, Centuries of Tea-Inspired Art 02/20/15, via Wall Street Journal

The Norton show includes a Fabergé silver samovar from the early 20th century, commissioned as a gift to a Romanov grand duke and his wife. Russia's of Napoleon. Paul Revere, a silversmith by training, contributes a 1780s wooden-handled silver teapot.

Gorham Teapot | Antique Silver | Sterling | Clarke Auction Gallery


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Gorham Silver, 1831-1981

Gorham Silver, 1831-1981

Published by Dodd Mead 1982

332 pages

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Teapot by Paul Revere Jr. Brings $233000 - Maine Antique Digest

Each of these Martelé silver figural ewers, marked for Gorham Mfg. One is chased with Poseidon holding his trident and has a cast merman-form handle. the other is chased with a mermaid holding a clamshell with pearls and has a cast mermaid-form handle. They are marked under the bases and also marked “YIU” and “YKY” respectively. , they sold on the phone for $125,000 (est. $100,000/150,000). According to the catalog notes, they were chased by David Wilmot, Gorham’s master chaser, at a net cost of $300. A silver caudle cup, engraved with the arms of Quincy, marked by Thomas Savage Sr. , Boston, 1695, had been given... ” From the estate of Martin Wunsch, it sold for $52,500 (est. The baluster-form cup with knuckled scrolled handles is engraved on one side with a coat of arms within foliate mantling. the other side was later engraved “Gift of/ Edmund Quincy Esq. / to the First Church of Braintree,/ now Quincy - by will dated/ December 11, 1697”. the base is engraved “BC1699”. and it is marked on one side below the rim with “TS. ” It is 6¼" wide over the handles and weighs 6 oz. 10 dwt. Wunsch bought it at Sotheby’s New York in January 2001 for $137,750 (est. $80,000/120,000) at the sale of the silver from First Congregational Society church. At that sale a circa 1660 silver wine cup marked by John Hull and Robert Sanderson Sr. , with the initials of Richard and Alice Brackett, sold for $775,750, then a record for American silver. This silver and copper egg coddler, attributed to Joseph Heinrich, New York, 1910, has a tripod stand with three cast figures of rabbits and scroll brackets supporting the egg-shaped dish with a domed cover with a wood and silver-mounted finial. It all sits on a circular oak base with a fixed burner, and the stand is impressed “Copper and Silver. ”It is 13" high and sold on the phone for $3500 (est. $3000/5000). Others sold at Christie’s on May 23, 2007, for $6000 and May 17, 2012, for $4000. Christie’s, New York City. For the presale exhibition for its January 22 auction, Christie’s displayed its earliest American silver offered for sale in the small gallery that is generally reserved for small paintings and a few pieces of furniture. It was installed like a museum exhibition of church silver, but none of it was behind glass. A William Davis wine cup and a large plate with an engraved border, both by Jeremiah Dummer, were at the end of the room as if on an altar. Some domestic plate led up to it. Much of it came from the estate of Martin Wunsch, who was as passionate about collecting silver as he was about furniture. ) Viewers could pick up his Peter van Dyck teapot, a favorite form. The teapot, estimated at $100,000/150,000, sold for just $87,500 (including buyer’s premium) in a week when there was just too much American silver offered: 119 lots at Christie’s and 470 lots at two sales at Sotheby’s, the Ruth Nutt collection... A much-touted teapot made by Paul Revere Jr. in 1783 for his friend and fellow Freemason Moses Michael Hays (1739-1805) and his wife, Rachel Myers Hays (1739-1810), did not disappoint. It sold for $233,000 (est. It is one of only six drum-shaped teapots made by Revere. The last one offered at auction came from a New England collection and sold at Christie’s on January 24, 2013, for $230,500. The creamer made for Moses and Rachel Hays at the same time sold for $68,750 to a different bidder on the phone. A large and impressive silver wine cup by Jeremiah Dummer, America’s first native-born silversmith, made in 1676 for William Davis, a founder of Old South Church in Boston, sold for $149,000 (est. $150,000/250,000) to Tim Martin of S. J. Shrubsole, New York City. Early church silver did not fare well. Of the five pieces of silver consigned by the Old South Church, only three sold. A silver caudle cup from the Congregational church in Farmington, Connecticut, with the mark of John Hull and Robert Sanderson, overstruck with the mark of Jeremiah Dummer, Boston, circa 1670, sold on the phone for $81,250 (est. $70,000/100,000). It was from the estate of Martin Wunsch and last sold at Sotheby’s in January 2005 for $204,000 (est.

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Auction Watch: Sales include goods from around the world, currency - 07/12/15, via PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

In the silver department, Gorham pieces stand out in a field that includes items ... an antique Japanese carved-jade teapot with cover, selling to an Asian buyer for $45,000. John Altdorfer is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media.

Teapot by Paul Revere Jr. Brings $233,000 - 01/22/15, via Maine Antique Digest

Each of these Martelé silver figural ewers, marked for Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence ... Viewers could pick up his Peter van Dyck teapot, a favorite form. The teapot, estimated at $100,000/150,000, sold for just $87,500 (including buyer’s premium ...

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