All the essentials for an elegant wine tasting and the tools of the trade.
Whether it's a straight pull, a sliding barrel, a rack and pinion, a peg and worm or a concertina — it's sure to be a show stopper.
An American cake stand, 11" diameter resting on a 1/2" stepped circular base, hallmarked sterling, bearing Roger Williams Silver Co., Providence RI trademark (1901-1913) and... View full product details
Silver roundlet corkscrew, almost 3", sterling silver, repoussé pattern featuring swimming fish, fine tapered triangular helix, handsome antique corkscrew in good condition, stock #3064A8 View full product details
A French-made tastevin/wine taster, 3.50" diameter, heavy gauge French first standard silver (.950) Mercury head export hallmark, bearing Tiffany & Co and Tétard Frères trademarks,... View full product details
German mechanical corkscrew, 5.50", nickel plated brass (showing), rolling ring type originally patented by Erhardt, bladed worm, good condition, less common Thuringian version with grotesque... View full product details
A pair of American bottle/decanter coasters, 5.25" diameter, silver plated bearing Tiffany & Co Makers trademark, 1875 pattern date, fluted swirl design with scalloped edge,... View full product details
A German claret jug, 8.25" x 4.50" overall diameter, top and handle stamped with crown & crescent German .800 silver hallmarks, bearing Eduard Foehr, Stuttgart... View full product details
An English citrus press, 10.50" tall x 4" bottom diameter, silver plated on brass (showing on base), bearing Henry Wilkinson & Son, Sheffield trademark and... View full product details
A pair of Danish grape shears, 5.25", hallmarked sterling silver handles, bearing Carl Cohr, Denmark trademark, stainless steel blades, harmonious grapevine pattern, excellent condition on... View full product details
A French Champagne/wine cooler, 9" H x 5" diameter, silver plated with white plastic liner, bearing Christofle France trademarks, minimalist cylindrical shape with rounded ends... View full product details
A Danish cheese plane/slicer, 8" long, hallmarked sterling silver handle bearing Georg Jensen & Wendel A/S, Denmark trademark, meaning that it came from the Copenhagen... View full product details
NEW YORK CITY, Thursday, September 19, 2014. An interesting interview with Andre Burgos on the Annex Markets' website. Read More
ANTIQUES SHOWS: Garage July 2014: Featured image of Andre's Tavern at the Antiques Garage Flea Market in Chelsea, New York City. Read More
NEW YORK CITY, Thursday, December 5th, 2013. Andre Burgos is featured on the Hell's Kitchen Flea Markets' website this week! Read More