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Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Old Metal Vase, no Marks .... in the group Whadja Find Today
"cheers"
Apr 9
Jeff Guy replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Old Metal Vase, no Marks .... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Looks like pewter. Not very old (20th century)."
Apr 9
Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Old Metal Vase, no Marks .... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Can't confirm diams as I am away from home for a few days. These pics are what I have on file. Should at least give a rough idea."
Apr 9
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Apr 8
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Old Metal Vase, no Marks .... in the group Whadja Find Today
"size? Diam of top AND bottom would help. what's the bottom look like? Picture please. Looks like a cemetery vase, but w/o info stated I can't tell."
Apr 8
Suzi Coward added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Old Metal Vase, no Marks ....

Know nothing about this, just that I liked it. Any clues?See More
Apr 7
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Apr 7
Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Well that extra info certainly makes it more exciting, not to mention definitive ... you are like an online detective ... thank you !"
Mar 31
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Update: Marks stand for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS ELECTRO  PLATE.  Last two letters are E and P. 1843-1900. In 1900 they began using crossed arrows as their mark. Sheffield, England, UK. Your spoon is no less than 117 years old but could…"
Mar 31
Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks all for the help, much appreciated ... sounds like maybe just a nice set to keep and use :) Best, Suzi ~"
Mar 31
Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks, I'm starting to get a better feel for it now and will possibly keep digging ... it does feel helpful to know what I do (and don't!) have. Cheers :)"
Mar 31
Jeff Guy replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Not much. Check out the sold listings at ebay to get an idea:…"
Mar 31
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Quite a few similar for sale. Open a few and determine value.  If eBay open the "Solds" menu which gives the sold…"
Mar 31
Suzi Coward replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks for that, I make it out to be William Hutton and Sons ... it has been suggested that the B is either Britain or Birmingham. Still unsure how to interpret the final letter... I did follow the link (very handy indeed!) but have yet to find this…"
Mar 31
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Those are silver plate marks. Two silversmith WH & SB? (?=Maybe Sons).   Look it up in www.925-1000.com under "W" (first letter)."
Mar 31
Jeff Guy replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"This is electroplate from Sheffield England and that's a mark Hutton often used for their electroplate. British Sheffield isn't really a "thing". I don't think that's an S; looks like a lyre or something; maybe the…"
Mar 31

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My Non Vintage Activities as a Recycle / Repurposing Artisan ...

Two things that make me really happy are fossicking and making. When not out looking for vintage wares for my online shop I love to make things using old or discarded materials. Current favorites are…

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