Masterpieces of naturalism: Gorham's Narragansett flatware
- Scoop Up Dessert. // Better Homes & Gardens;Nov2005, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p148
Provides information on antique berry spoons in the U.S. Development of large bowl spoons in response to advances in food processing and canning; Production of porcelain berry sets; Value of ornate berry spoons.
- Handmade sterling silver. Ledes, Allison Eckardt // Magazine Antiques;Nov2007, Vol. 172 Issue 5, p38
The article presents a reprint of an article about handmade sterling silver flatware, which appeared in the June 2007 issue of "The Magazine Antiques." It describes how such utensils are manufactured, and what makes the silver denser, harder and tougher than machine-made sterling flatware. A...
- Two Maine Auctions. Sisco, Mark // Maine Antique Digest;Jun2011, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p1
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- Rococo silver in Europe. Hawley, Henry // Magazine Antiques;Jan95, Vol. 147 Issue 1, p148
Discusses the development of the rococo style in European art. Features of the rococo silver in Europe; Role of Aurele Mesissonnier in the development of the rococo style; Stylistic originality of the rococo style.
- German Rococo silver jardiniÃ¨re. Luetkens, Christian // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;Oct2011, Vol. 174 Issue 591, p7
An image of a 1751-1758 German Rococo silver jardiniÃ¨re by Christian Luetkens is presented.
- HANDLED WITH STYLE. Medford, Sarah // Town & Country;Feb2001, Vol. 155 Issue 5249, p107
Offers information on prices of silver cutlery with decorative handles. Price of the Honey Tulip fork from Delarboulas; Cost of Scof's Guimard spoon in faux tortoise and stainless steel; Price of the Tonga knife in spiral resin and stainless steel.
- FABULOUS ROCOCO SILVER. Czernis-Ryl, Eva // Craft Arts International;2008, Issue 72, p104
The article focuses on the exhibition "Paul de Lamerie Silver: The Cahn Collection" on view at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, New South Wales from April 18 to June 22, 2008. The 1736 Maynard Dish was cited as the most famous object in the exhibition. Included in the exhibition are about 70...
- A tankard by Myer Myers. Barquist, David L. // Magazine Antiques;Jan2009, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p152
The article reviews the exhibition "Myer Myers: Jewish Silversmith in Colonial New York," at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut.
- The tea-picker design on English rococo silver tea caddies. Kaellgren, C. Peter // Magazine Antiques;Feb82, Vol. 121 Issue 2, p484
The article reports on the Chinoiserie design on English rococo silver tea caddies. It states that Chinoiserie designs constitute one of the more showy aspects of the rococo silver made by many silversmiths in the 18th century. The author notes that English rococo Chinoiseries silver seems to...