We find silver holloware delightful and strive to maintain a wonderful selection!

Pair of antique sterling small dishes with cherub amongst flowered pursuing a butterfly with nice pierced cut out work, circa 1902, Birmingham hallmarked “W.D” by William Devenport, each dish measuring 4-1/2” across and 3/4” tall
Vintage sterling bell with a dolphin on a ball finial, heavy gauge circa 1950s probably German, measuring 4-1/2" tall with a a 2-1/4" diameter at the bottom of the dome of the bell with nice ring
Antique silver rectangular lidded  box with domestic scene of a family and their daily life stamped with Ducth silver (.833) hallmarks circa 1918 measuring 5-1/2" long by 2" wide
and 1" tall

Antique Hanau 800 silver pin tray with two frolicking cherubs playing musical instruments in the clouds encased by scroll motif
—definitely a tambourine and possibly cymbals;-), circa 1900, measuring 5-1/4” across and 3-5/8” tall
Antique English sterling inkwell with a simple design with beaded borders, circa 1915, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company 112 Regent St. made in Birmingham measuring 7-1/4" long and 3-1/4" widea and 2-1/2" tall with removeable glass ink well
Antique Austrian Hungarian 800 silver expresso cup and saucer with dragon handle and nicely engraved acanthus leaf motif on both the cup and saucer, circa 1900, measuring 2-3/4” tall and the diameter of the saucer  measures 3” across

Sterling  Baby Silver 
Sterling "Ducky" baby napkin ring by Webster  measuring 2-1/2" in length at widest point

Sterling baby cup with a pattern around the top, 2-1/2" tall at the handle circa 1950's
Newport, silver, sterling, baby, cup, repousse
Sterling "bar bell" rattle with teddy bear on both ends by Lunt,  3-1/2"  long and 2" diameter

Pair of 800 silver (Hanau) miniature  chairs, measuring 2-1/4" tall, with a standing gentleman fishing and a vingette of a couple couritng at the top
 Pair of  Victorian sterling napkin rings with with the initials “E.V.B.” engraved with bright cut fern design, circa 1880s, measuring 1-3/4” tall by Gorham
Pair of sterling perfume bottles with light blue guilloche enamel stoppers and lovely etched/cut glass bodies, measuring 6-1/8” tall with bases
2-1/4” square, circa 1915-20

Art Nouveau sterling silver figural calling card case with a chain by Kerr of Newark, NJ with a delightful depiction of a cherub playing a flute and mesmerizing a reclining woman all in a circle of roses circa 1900, measuring 3-1/2” long by 2-1/2” wide and the chain measures 17” long