Auctions at Showplace
Objects "Auctions at Showplace"
Three marked "Sterling" or "925", one marked "800", one tested as silver, and two silver-tone; mounting stones and enamel. Sizes ranging between 4-10.5. Silver rings approx. 1.3 ozt. total including stones.Read more
With 1957 and 2001 repair labels from N.N. Mondal & Sons, Calcutta, visible through the F holes; together with a Steelgrip bow, in a case with a metal Mondal tag. 23" L. Bridge marked "Bausch" detached but present, strings and tailpiece loose.Read more
The Art Deco-era piece including a matchbox holder with a box of Vulcan Tidahome safety matches; hallmarked London, 1922, and maker's mark of Asprey. 1.25" H X 5" L X 2.75" W. Approx. 2.8 ozt.Read more
The body with cork lining and silver mounts at each end, the bowl cover incised with a coat of arms bearing the motto "Je Maintiendrai," of the royal House of Orange. 5.5" L. Silver tested. Minor scratches to body.Read more
Inlaid with sturquoise, coral, onyx, mother of pearl, and more; both marked as sterling, the dangling pair marked "DD," possibly Donny & Dorothy Clark, or Donald Douglas. Longer: 1.25" L. Approx. 0.4 ozt. total.Read more