Origin: America, c. 1900. Condition: excelent. Size: 7-7/8".
Origin: England, c. 1840. Condition: good; a small crow's foot on the back side and a small bite to the bottom rim. Size: 5-5/8" diam.
Condition: excellent; usual wear to outer tines; no monogram. Size: 6-1/4" long.
The spoons are in mint condition; the box has slight wear on the inside lid. Spoons are 4-1/2" long.
Silver from Old Newbury Crafters is the service at Blair House, the official U.S. residence of visiting heads of state.
Excellent condition; no monogram. 6-5/8" long.
Origin: America, c. 1900. Condition: near mint, no monogram, gilding intact. Size: 7" long.
Iceberg lettuce, developed at the end of the 19th century, was the first leafy vegetable that would keep long enough to be transported from farms to larger cities. Consequently, lettuce was a very elegant and costly food at formal dinners.
Origin: America, c. 1900. Condition: excellent, no monogram. Size: 9-1/4".
Origin: America, c. 1908. Condition: excellent, no monogram, gilding intact. Size: 5-3/4" long.
The pattern is named after Robert E. Lee's plantation, "Arlington". Union troops buried their dead in Mrs. Lee's rose garden as a spiteful act, and unwittingly created Arlington National Cemetary.
Origin: America, c. 1880s. Condition: excellent, gilding intact, no monogram. Size: 6-7/8" long.
Origin: America, c. 1920. Condition: excellent, less than 5% paint loss. Size: 8" x 4" x 3" deep.
Origin: America, c. 1920. Condition: good, about 10% paint loss. Size: 1-5/8" tall.
Origin: America, ca. 1920. Condition: very minimal paint loss (less than 5%). Size: 1-5/8" tall.
Origin: England, c. 1800-1820. Condition: mint. Size: 5-5/8" diam.; 1-1/4" high.
Origin: England, c. 1850. Condition: mint. Size: saucer, 5" diam.; cup 2-1/4" tall, 3" diam. (not including handle).
Origin: probably English or French, c. 1870. Condition: excellent; some minor pitting from the corrosive inks; the glass insert is missing; some of the details show very nice green patination. Size: 12-1/2" x 8-1/2" x 3-1/2".
Origin: Scotland, mid 19th century. Condition: small flakes on the back sides of three corners (only faintly visible from the front when inspected closely). Size: 2-1/4" long.