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1930’s vase most likely inspired by Bobby Jones. I have only have seen this figure one other time.

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Emerald green decanter w/ heavy sterling silver overlay. More sterling than glass showing. One of the most exceptional overlay pieces I've seen.

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1920's silver overlay cigarette case. A very special piece with exquisite detail.  

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Stunning sterling decanter that served as the runner-up trophy for the 1914 Whitemarsh Valley CC Invitational Tournament. The Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Over Lay is in immaculate condition. Interestingly, Jim Barnes, PGA Hall of Fame Member was the WVCC professional in 1914.  

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Vintage Golf Themed Sterling Overlay Art Deco Black Decanter

A stunning and unusual decanter featuring two sterling overlay golfers on each side of a sterling trimmed circular hand hold depression in the center of the decanter. Excellent contrast between the silver and black glass allows the golfing scene to pop. Complete with original matching silver and black glass stopper. Approximately 10 inches tall and 61/2 inches wide. 

A Truly Historic Piece

This stunning, tri-handled silver overlay trophy was presented to the low-scoring mixed foursome in 1899 at the Del Monte Golf Course, which is significant because this venue was the forerunner of Pebble Beach. 

Del Monte Golf Course opened in 1897. The nine-hole layout originally stretched to just 2,219 yards, but by 1903, the popular attraction expanded to become one of the first 18-hole courses in California.

Del Monte quickly became one of the best 18-hole courses in California. The winner of the annual Del Monte Championship was unofficially considered the best golfer in the state. By 1912, it became official, when the tournament spun off into the first California State Amateur. In 1920, the “second course” at Del Monte shared the stage as a co-host. Del Monte’s Second Course was later renamed Pebble Beach Golf Links.

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