Antique Drinking and Smoking Accessories
Sterling flasks circa 1890s-1900
Antique sterling flask with a repoussed design of flowers is a design with a center unengraved cartouche, circa 1890s, measuring 4-3/4" long and 2-1/2"
Antique sterling glass flask inside a sterling oval case with a dozing monk in case by border of grapes with the wine barrel, circa 1890s, measuring 5" long and 3" wide
Antique sterling flask with a scroll design with a threaded screw on top with more of the scroll design, circa 1890s, measuring 5" long and 2-3/4" wide
Bottle Tickets and Wine Labels
Sterling "Sherry" bottle ticke with cut out leaf design by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, circa 1843, measuring 2-3/4" across by 1-3/4" tall
Sterling Art Nouveau "Whiskey" label by Whiting with grapes and vines, circa 1890s curved and measuring 3" wide
Sterling "Hollands" (gin) bottle ticket with cut out leaf design by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, circa 1840, measuring 2-3/4" across by 1-3/4" tall
Art Nouveau sterling figural match safes
Art Nouveau sterling match safe of woman with foliage including flowers on the back side measuring 2-1/2" tall by 1-5/8" at widest
Fabulous sterling match safe by Kerr of Newark, depicting the birth of Venus with an abundance of angels and action 2-3/4" X 1-7/8"
Antique sterling match safe with full figural nude woman standing next to statue of laughing face, circa 1890s, 2-1/2" X 1-3/4" at widest