Antique Drinking and Smoking Accessories
Silver Drinking & Smoking Items
Art Deco sterling flask with an simple tailored design with asubstantial weight and an hinged threaded screw-on top, circa 1930, no monograms by Lunt and measuring 6-1/4" long and 3-1/2" wide
Antique 19th reproduction of a silverplated ampulla design—a vessel for holy water or oil from the 11th century Europe—depicting a lion that functions as a cigar lighter, measuring 3-3/4”tall and 4”
Art Deco sterling flask with an alternating line design with s vertically set rectangular shaped cartouche and an hinged threaded screw-on top, circa 1920s, by International Silver Co. measuring 6" long and 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
Antique French 1st standard/950 silver wine ticket with a removable "Malaga" tag below the "dolphin fish" tail to tail, measuring 2-1/8" across and 1-1/8" at the middle
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 and a carved matchbox
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 match strike box of a carved bas relief dog head with interesting construction with hinged openings, measuring 2-1/2" X 1-1/2"
Another fabulous sterling match safe by Kerr of Newark, depicting the abduction of Psyche measuring 2-3/4" X 1-7/8"