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Silver Antique And Collectible


Silver Antique And Collectible

Anything old and silver! Both Sterling and Plate.

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Latest Activity: Jul 18

resources for researching sterling and silver plate - patterns and more

http://www.sterlingshop.com/ - The silver shop

http://marks4antiques.com/ - Id Silver - sterling and plate marks

http://spoonplanet.com/ - The spoon Museum

http://www.leopardantiques.com/object/stock/list/category_uid/3 - Leopards Antique silver flatware

http://www.abesilverman.com/SilverFlatware2.html - Abe Silverman's Antique Shop

http://lizjewel.com/silver/place-serving-sizes.htm - And Excellent site to identify and to purchase replacement silver, both sterling and plated pieces.

Here are some good places to get you started in researching your silver and silverplate pieces, both flatware, Hollow ware, and spoons.

Discussion Forum

What IS this sterling silver item? 6 Replies

Started by Eleanor Price. Last reply by Eleanor Price Jul 18.

Please help identify this Sterling Silver Pail/Bucket. 2 Replies

Started by Linda Long. Last reply by Molly Apr 25.

Old Books About Silverplate - Various

Started by Zeke Feb 13.

Storing Silverplate 2 Replies

Started by Chris Pollock. Last reply by Chris Pollock Jan 29.

Solid Sterling Silver Serving Spoon With NO Markings 4 Replies

Started by Naomi Buckingham. Last reply by Naomi Buckingham Jan 2, 2018.

Antique Flatware 1 Reply

Started by S M. Last reply by Liz Bryman Nov 15, 2017.

Double Swan Oval Silver Bowl 8 Replies

Started by Liz Bryman. Last reply by Liz Bryman Jun 2, 2017.

help on antique 3 Replies

Started by katherina martindale. Last reply by katherina martindale Feb 19, 2017.

ARGTO / 1000 Need help please... Winged Dragon Footed Bowl 7 Replies

Started by Lisa Larsen. Last reply by Lisa Larsen Feb 17, 2015.

Stumped..."WEBSTER MFG CO" Housemark with Portait? Pedestal Basket Eng. "Buckingham" 2 Replies

Started by Lisa Larsen. Last reply by Lisa Larsen Jan 25, 2015.

Silver pickle fork 1 Reply

Started by Lillian Dunbar. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Oct 12, 2014.

Date and pattern for this "1847 Rogers Bros." flatware? 2 Replies

Started by Bradley. Last reply by Bradley Sep 24, 2014.

Crescent Silver Art Deco Set? 6 Replies

Started by GracefulAntiquesVtg. Last reply by House of Charm Antiques Southinc Sep 1, 2014.

Help ID Hallmark on Silverplate Footed Domed Butter Dish 2 Replies

Started by Michelle Eagle. Last reply by Michelle Eagle Aug 3, 2014.

brass chandelier with capodimonte roses made in spain 3 Replies

Started by Debbra Sibbet. Last reply by Oralei May 11, 2014.

Can anyone ID these Spoons 2 Replies

Started by robin kelly. Last reply by Denise Murdock Apr 20, 2014.

Very old silver flatware 2 Replies

Started by Denise Murdock. Last reply by Denise Murdock Apr 19, 2014.

Rare Fork 5 Replies

Started by Michelle Eagle. Last reply by 0zk27d1vv0zud Jan 15, 2014.

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Comment by Pam Locashio on February 7, 2009 at 10:00pm
Tom thanks for the info. I use 925-1000 on a regular basis. I am sure the piece is Norwegian. I did look at the Danish makers, but I could find no similar examples in Danish silver, but I can find similar examples in Norwegian silver. Also the family was Norwegian and the other pieces I got with this are Norwegian. In Norway 830 is the standard for 'sterling' but in the US the standard is 925. These are wonderful pieces done with excellent craftmanship.
Thanks for the help, everyone should us www.925-1000.com.
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on February 7, 2009 at 8:46pm
Glenn and Vicki, using the attached link will answer many of your questions. Once opened Bookmark it for future reference. ALL sterling from England has a Lion Passant (lion standing on 3 legs.). Therefore yours is not English. This link should ID it. http://www.925-1000.com/index.html
Comment by vicki hufstetler on February 7, 2009 at 6:24pm
I think this is a sugar Casket. Very popular in Victorian era. Is it English? What can you tell us about the markings?
Comment by Glenn Freeman on February 7, 2009 at 1:50pm

Hi All, Hope someone can help. Recently purchased this silver box.(Maybe a small tea caddy 4" high by 3" dia.) Have attached photos with marks. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Country of origin, maker, silver content, value ?

Comment by vicki hufstetler on January 23, 2009 at 4:47pm
Hi, Sounds like you made some great deals Tom - Thanks for the great info and site for silver too! Ellene that piece is gorgeous! I know that some Norwegian silver artists - even modern ones are very hot right now! Might be worth a bit more research. I just bought 3 boxes full of old silverplate flatware, but only got lucy with two pieces of sterling, still not bad, some nice old patterns and so forth, once I get everything all cleaned up I'll post some pics. thanks for sharing!
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 23, 2009 at 2:26pm
Pam, Your unidentified piece of K.W. 830 S.D. might be from Denmark, not Norway. There was a K.W. (Registered Hallmark) used by Knud Peter Wuift of Copenhagen from 1918-1937. The 830, as you state, refers to the finess of the silver in 1,000ths, or 83% silver. 92.5% equals sterling, so your piece doesn't qualify as being called sterling. I cannot find anything about SD, although there is a later silversmith with those initials also in Denmark. The following link is a FANTASTIC REFERENCE BOOK (on line) for silver lovers: http://www.925-1000.com/index.html
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 23, 2009 at 1:43pm
I bought a black, tarnished belt buckle of silver with a silver dollar in it. It cost me a quarter! That was in Spokane 5 years ago. The coin was welded to the buckle, but still, after polishing, I sold it for $35. This past summer I bought another chrome belt buckle with 4 "ears" bent over encompassing another silver dollar. The dollar was badly tarnished. I paid $5.00 for it. It came out easily and I cleaned it. The coin is worth over $50. I bought a box of kitchen do-dads for $2. because there was a Gorham Sterling Silver Sardine Fork in it worth $135.00.
At garage sales I always ask about silver serving pieces, forks, spoons, etc. Nobody ever uses them around here so if they have them they will sell them and they are really a hot item for resale.
Comment by Ellene Meece on January 22, 2009 at 5:15pm
I forgot to say that the lazy susan is on a pedestal base - which revolves.

Comment by Ellene Meece on January 22, 2009 at 5:14pm
I have this pretty silver plate lazy susan that belonged to my grandmother circa 1920's. It has glass tray insets and also an ornate silver cover that goes in the center that is not pictured. Has anyone seen one like this?

On my site, Grandma's Treasures Online, I offer this 75 year old Silverplate Hollowware tray on pedestal, Pattern #811 by Sheffield Silver Co (USA).
Comment by Pam Locashio on January 5, 2009 at 11:31am
Good morning all. Its a bright cold day here in SE Minnesota. Vicki here are a couple of photos from my shop:
First is the Tiffany telephone dialer

This dialer is American so it is marked Tiffany Sterling. Sterling meaning it is 925 silver, which is 925/1000 silver.
Here is a piece of the Norwegian silver, this is a pierced ladle. I have not found this silversmith yet.

830 is the silver standard for Norway, that is 830/1000 silver.
Hope these give you a couple of examples of different silver marks. I am off to do my shipping for the day.

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