This is a great silver skull walking stick with great features. This stick is stamped 925 silver. This stick measures 36"x1 3/4"x1 1/2". The handle is 2"x1 3/4"x 1 1/2". There is no collar and the ferrule is 1".
The silver handle shows the friendly long eared animal dressed in a ringing parade harness with tassels, shells and bells. It is well modeled in high relief, hand chased and engraved in fine detail and fitted with an ebony faux sprig shaft and metal ferrule. Rarely encountered in such a beautiful quality, this charming cane survived in glorious condition and with all its original parts including a silver shield applied on the shaft with the engraved initials of its first owner under a coronet. ...click for details
This is a wonderful sterling silver goat. he is standing in an attack position with his horns forward and his leg raised. He has great carving details in his fur and face. A truly superb piece of German 835 silver, weighing 4.18 troy ounces. There are silver markings on both of the rear feet. Measuring 3" x 5" x 1 1/4". A very nice piece!
This is a very rare German sterling silver goat creamer. Usually presented as a cow, this very unusual goat creamer is 800 sterling silver marked under the tail. He measures 4 1/4" x 3 1/2" x 1". He is in perfect condition and has a lot of character in his carving detail. He weighs 4.101 troy ounces. A wonderful and unique German creamer!
This darling German silver goat is crisply detailed, with its shaggy coat, thick hornes and great expression. Stamped with the 800, crown and half moon marks, the goat weighs 6.81 troy ounces. He measures 4" x 4 1/4" x 1". Very engaging and look almost like a carousel animal!
This is a very nice walking stick with a great sterling silver handle. There are the marks for silver on the backside of the handle. A very stylish stick. This stick measures 33" x 5" x 1". The sterling handle measures 4 1/2" x 5" x 1". The collar is about 1/8" and the ferrule is 1 1/4".
This is a huge German silver cow creamer, by far the largest we have ever had. This big cow measures 10 1/2 x 6 3/4 x 2 1/2, and weighs 30 troy ounces! A very very large cow indeed! This cow is in perfect condition and has the markings for 800 silver on its stomach.
This is a fantastic wolf cup that matches the stag cup also listed. When turned upright this cup looks like a wolf, turn over and it becomes a cup. Marked 800 German silver this great cup measures 6 x 3 3/4. He weighs 10.93 troy ounces. Such a great find in perfect condition!
This is a very great find! A German Bridal Cup. The German bridal cup is part of a centuries-old wedding tradition based on German folklore. According to the legend, Kunigunde, a noble mistress in the town of Nuremberg, fell in love with a young and ambitious goldsmith and wanted to marry him instead of the many rich and titled suitors who already had asked for her hand. Kunigunde's father, a powerful and wealthy man, was enraged and had the young man thrown into the darkest dungeon. However ...click for details
This is a great German silver cow creamer. This cow weighs 14.76 troy ounces. He measures 7 /12 x 4 x 3. He is in very good condition. He has the markings for 925 silver on his stomach. Such a great cow creamer!
This is a fantastic stag cup that when turned upright is a stag, turn over and it becomes a cup. Marked 800 German silver this stag measures 3 3/4 x 5 x 6 1/2. He weighs 11.57 troy ounces. Such a great find in perfect condition! Also is a match to the wolf cup also listed on this site.
This is a very nice small silver cow creamer. This creamer measures 5 3/4 x 3 3/4 x 1 1/2. It weighs 5.286 troy ounces. Has the marking of 925 silver on the inside of the tail. A very good creamer in excellent condition! Of typical realistic form, the back of the cow is applied with a fly over the cover and textured carvings to simulate hair and other features.
This is a great German silver cow creamer. This creamer measures 5 1/4 x 3 3/4 x 1 1/4. It weighs 7.29 troy ounces. Has the marking of 835 silver on the bottom of his foot. A very good creamer in excellent condition! Of typical realistic form, the back of the cow is applied with a fly over the cover and textured carvings to simulate hair and other features on the cow. A wonderful cow for any creamer collector!
This is a very rare horse creamer. It is Dutch dating back to the early 1900's. The usual animal creamer is the cow, but this fantastic version is a horse. This piece measures 8" x 6.5" x 2". This horse weighs 9.02 troy ounces. Such a great find!
This is a great julep cup made by the manufacturing company McDannold. McDannold first worked in Mt. Sterling, KY, then in Covington. This cup is in very good condition, and has no monogram. This cup measures 3 1/2" tall x 3 1/4 at the top diameter, 2 1/2" diameter at the bottom. Weighs 5.349 troy ounces.