Three piece Danish mid century coffee set is made from sterling silver with sleek modern lines. The coffee pot, sugar, and creamer alike have cylindrical shapes with simple black handles extending cleanly from the sires. The pot has a matching round finial. This set s just one of hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Glass ice bucket by Swedish glassworks Strombergshyttan has a pure form with a rounded square shape and intensely thick glass. A sterling silver handle stylishly and functionally accents this piece. This ice bucket is just one of hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Vintage HANS HANSEN 144 Piece Arvesølv Sterling Silver Flatware Set by KARL GUSTAV HANSEN(1914-2002)
Produced by Hans Hansen, and designed by Karl Gustav Hansen(1914-2002), the company namesake's son, a 144 piece collection of the Arvesølv Ripple flatware set. Designed by the influential Danish silversmith, this flatware set is a testament to Hansen's influence on modern Scandinavian design. Each item is hallmarked, with light blemishes from use. This set includes the follow : 1 Iced tea spoon 1 Dressing Ladle 1 Large Serving Spoon 1 Solid Serving Fork 1 Cake Knife 2 Solid Serving Spoons 4 Salt Spoons 12 Demilasse Spoons 12 Luncheon Knives 12 Salad forks 12 Cocktail Forks 12 Dinner Knives 12 Dinner Forks 12 Butter Spreaders 12 Cirtus Spoons 12 Desert Forks 12 Soup Spoons 13 Small Teaspoons This sterling flatware set is just one of hundreds of pieces of serving ware that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection
A fabulous silver and black leather handbag, fully hallmarked for Odessa, Russia and made betwen 1908-1917 during the reign of Nicholas II. The piece has an elephant embossed in the silver. The silver flap is on a sturdy hinge. Inside is the main compartment and two slim card holder slots. The chain appears to be bronze. The clasp bears an English Patent Number indicating that it was patented in 1896.