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Cover November/December 2011
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Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Example of ice cream server and mark by the company Duhme & Co. from Cincinnati, OH.
Pattern Profile - 1810by International Silver Company
Silver Magazine staff
1810 by International Silver Company
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a circa 1900 Theodore W. Foster & Bro. catalogue showcasing an extensive variety of their sterling wares.
Flatware Commemorated on Postage Stamps
William P. Hood, Jr. and Jerryll A. Habegger
History and examples of sterling patterns found on postage stamps.
Huge Urns at City Palace Jaipur
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Two huge silver jars on display at the City Palace in Jaipur.
Book Review: Gold & Silversmithing in Western Australia: A History
Dean Six
Book review
Two "Bejewelled" Tablespoons from Holstein
Rowland L. Matteson
Examples of two tablespoons featuring "jewels" on their handles.
Youth Sets
Catalogue pages illustrating youth sets from 1847 to 1935.
Father & Son(s) in British Silver Marks
Giorgio Busetto
Examples of marks used by British silversmiths and their families.
The Man Who Revived Colonial
Dean Six
Sterling flatware patterns influenced by the Colonial Revival period in America.
Readers Write
Kathy Doyle
A reader shares an English egg cup caddy set that her grandmother received as a gift.
Must See Exhibit: Crafting Modernism: Mid-Century American Art and Design
Rosanne Raab
Review of the exhibit Crafting Modernism: Mid-Century American Art and Design at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.
"Old Kentucky Home" Spoons
Patricia F. Singer
Kentucky souvenir spoon by Shepard Mfg. Co.
Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver
Nancy Stuckwisch
Holiday ideas for sterling compotes and bon-bon dishes.
Cover September/October 2011
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Silver Magazine staff
Example of spoon and mark by the company Canfield, Bro. & Co. from Baltimore, MD.
Pattern Profile - Romance of the Sea by Wallace Silversmiths
Silver Magazine staff
Romance of the Sea by Wallace Silversmiths
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a circa 1912 Reed & Barton catalogue - silver deposit china and glassware.
Ice Spoons - Where Else But in America?
Dale E. Bennett
Examples of American sterling ice spoons from 1860-1900
I Was a Silver Test Dummy
Patricia F. Singer
American silver manufacturers have market tests on college coeds.
Book Review: COIN SILVER: Is It a Vermont Mark? A Collector's Dilemma
Dean Six
Book review
Russian Silver Drinking Vessels from the Reigns of Alexander II, Alexander III, and Nicholas II
Rowland L. Matteson
Examples of Russian drinking vessels an their marks.
Renaissance Revival Silver Hollowware: W.K. Vanderslice, San Francisco, 1860s, 1870s
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Renaissance Revival hollowware by W. K. Vanderslice
Northern Lights and the Postwar Period in American Silver Production
Seol Park
Postwar silverware and the Northern Lights pattern.
Blackinton Birthday Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Birthday souvenir spoons by Blackinton & Co.
Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver
Nancy Stuckwisch
New use for a sterling salt cellar.
Cover July/August 2011
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Unique Spoon Patent
Giorgo Busetto
Unique spoon patent from 1900.
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Example of spoon and mark by silversmith Nathan W. Goddard of Nashua, NH.
Pattern Profile - Contour by Towle Silversmiths
Silver Magazine staff
Contour by Towle Silversmiths
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a circa 1912 Reed & Barton catalogue - wood cabinets and chests used for storing silver flatware and hollowware.
The Mikado and Other Theatrical Match Safes
Neil Shapiro
Match safe souvenirs from theatrical shows including enameled examples from The Mikado.
A Review of the Use and Care of Silver in Victorian America
Roberta Parker
Examples of silver care information from popular ladies magazines and books from Victorian America.
Book Review: Russian Silver in America: Surviving the Melting Pot
Dean Six
Book review
Two Flower Vases from the Canadian Pacific Railway
Rowland L. Matteson
Two silverplate Canadian Pacific Railway vases from Sheffield, England, silversmith Elkington & Co., 1929.
The "Codman Vase" - A Gift of Martele
L.J. Pristo
Researching the time frame and engraved presentation on the Martele vase coded "BVX."
Vision by International Silver: Commercial Failure and Aesthetic Triumph
David Diamond
Exploring modern-style silver patterns, especially the Vision pattern by International Silver.
Sugar Shell Souvenir Spoons
Michelle P. Wilhelm
Sugar shell souvenir spoons
Must See Exhibit: Thinking Outside the Box
Rosanne Raab
Review of the Thinking Outside the Box exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum
Cover May /June 2011
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Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; example of spoon and mark by silversmith Theophilus Bradbury.
Pattern Profile - Imperial Chrysanthemum by Gorham Mfg. Company
Imperial Chrysanthemum by Gorham Mfg. Company
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a Lebkuecher & Co. catalogue - items that combined sterling silver with other materials such as marble or glass.
American Sterling Pastry Servers: 1860-1900
Dale E. Bennett
Examples of American sterling pastry servers from 1860-1900
Book Review: Virginia Silversmiths, Jewelers, Clock- and Watchmakers, 1607-1860: Their Lives and Marks
Dean Six
Book review
Four George II Tablespoons from London
Rowland L. Matteson
Tablespoons from London silversmith Jeremiah King, 1743.
A Quest for the Maker
Bob Corson
Searching for the maker(s) of several similar plique-a-jour items
Bidri Work: A Beautiful Contrast of Silver and Black
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Examples of the silver bidri technique from India.
Towle's Six Souvenir Afternoon Tea Spoons Patented by George Prescott Tilton
Robert M. Wilhelm
Souvenir spoons made by Towle Silversmiths.
Jensenesque Sterling Flatware Patterns in America
Patricia F. Singer
American sterling patterns with Georg Jensen-like designs.
Cover March/April 2011
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International Silver Co. 1927 Centerpieces
Silver Magazine staff
1927 International Silver Co. catalogue pages featuring silver centerpieces
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; example of "W. Kendrick" spoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Narcissus pattern by Unger Brothers
Narcissus by Unger Brothers
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a Lebkuecher & Co. catalogue - items designed for Cartier.
The Wadsworth Pitcher: Vanderslice, San Francisco, 1864
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Coin silver pitchers made by William K. Vanderslice
Some Examples of Belgian Silver from the Nineteenth Century
Rowland L. Matteson
Silver examples of Belgian silversmiths from the 19th century
Visiting Card Cases
Richard J. Stanes
Examples of calling card cases.
Scottish Diaspora Commemorated by a Silver Teapot
Ann K. Wagner
Silver teapot made by silversmith Simeon Soumaine
1939 Souvenir Spoons: What Would the Future Bring?
Patricia Singer
1939 souvenir spoons by International Silver Co.
Russian Silver Tray
Example of a Russian-made silver tray with heavy engraving and enamel.
Cover January//Febuary 2011
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Silver Lining
Answer for marks found on a bone marrow scoop from Nov/Dec 2010 issue
Repousse and Other Decorative Methods
Fred Sinfield
Silver examples of repousse and other decorative methods.
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; example of Woods & Hughes salt spoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Chateau Thierry pattern by Lunt Silversmiths
Chateau Thierry by Lunt Silversmiths
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a 1886 Rockford Silver Plate Co. catalogue illustrating various silverplate wares.
Early WMF Silverplate Marks
David N. Nikogosyan
Backstamp examples from 1880 to 1900 of the German foundry WMF.
A Snusdosa from Lulea
Rowland L. Matteson
A snusdosa (snuff box) by Carl Johan, Lulea, Sweden, 1844.
Treasures from the "Second Tier": A Study of Knowles Flatware Serves
Dale E. Bennett
Examples of Knowles flatware servers.
The Silver Heirlooms of a Vermont Family
Roberta Parker
Silver treasures passed down through one Vermont family.
Souvenir Spoons Patented by Women, Part I
Robert M. Wilhelm
Souvenir spoons patented by women.
Exhibit Review: The World of Khubilai Khan - Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty
Rosanne Raab
Exhibit review
Cover November/December 2010
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Silver Lining
Answers for unknown mark and piece type from Sept/Oct 2010 issue
An Inquiry into an Enameled Salt Dish: A Question about Details
Bob CorsonBob CorsonBob CorsonBob Corson
Guilloche enameled salt dish by Marius Hammer.
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; example of W. Pitkin teaspoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Orchid pattern by Watson & Newell Company
Orchid pattern by Watson & Newell Co.
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a 1910 Gorham Mfg. Company catalogue illustrating Martele and other high-end art nouveau pieces.
Mr. Jorrocks's Vesta Cases
Neil Shapiro
Enameled vesta cases illustrating the character Mr. Jorrocks from the book Handley Cross; or, Mr. Jorrocks's Hunt by Robert Surtees.
Spoons from Smaller Norwegian Centers of Population
Rowland L. Matteson
Examples of three spoons from various Norwegian silversmiths.
Book review: Marks on Australian Silver: 1950-2005
Jason Price
Book review
The Mystery of T.C. Mills
Questions about a silver cigar case - a presentation gift to T.C. Mills.
Robbe & Berking Annual Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Enameled annual souvenir spoons made by Robbe & Berking of Flensburg, Germany.
Stalking a Silver Designer
Patricia F. Singer
Research quest to find designer Alfred G. Kintz from International Silver Company.
When Silver Meets Glass
Dean Six
Catalogue pages from 1889 illustrating silverplate pieces with glass inserts.
Kay Olson Freeman
More information on the Ball, Black & Co. service presented to Addison Day featured in the MARCH/APRIL 2010 issue
Made by J. W. Tucker: San Francisco, 1850s
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Example of spoon made by silversmith J.W. Tucker of San Francisco.
Cover September /October 2010
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Silver Lining
Italian mark information from May/June 2010 issue
Silver Lining
Answers for unknown mark from July/August 2010 issue
A Selection of Bright Cut Georgian Sugar Tongs
Mark Dauer
Examples of Georgian sugar tongs and their manufacturers
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; Zebulon Smith teaspoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Douvaine pattern by Unger Bros.
Douvaine pattern by Unger Bros.
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Catalogue pages from a 1889 R. Wallace & Sons Manufacturing Co. catalogue.
Chinese Export Silver Flatware Servers
Dale E. Bennett
Chinese Export silver servers and their marks
A Collector's Quest: A Maker Identified
Byron M. Getchell
A collector shares thoughts about a silver pattern and its marks - manufacturer or retailer?
Book review: Gorham's Patented Souvenir Spoons: Patentees & Exclusive Retailers
Dean Six
Book review
A Must See Exhibit - Vienna Circa 1780
Rosanne Raab
Vienna Circa 1780: An Imperial Silver Service Rediscovered exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shepard's Flora Spoons and Fruit Forks
Robert M. Wilhelm
Souvenir spoons and fruit forks with enameled handles.
Small Collectible English Silver Flatware of the 18th Century
Gary Bottomley
English examples of small collectible silver from the 18th century
Cover July/August 2010
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Two Tablespoons from Antebellum Virginia
Rowland L. Matteson
Two Virginia tablespoons and their marks.
Water Lily and Pond Lily, Art Nouveau Sterling Hollowware: Shreve & Co., San Francisco, Early 20th Century
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Water Lily and Pond Lily silver patterns by Shreve & Co.
Egyptian Silver Spoons
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Spoons made in Egypt
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; Joseph S. Porter teaspoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Vine pattern by Tiffany & Co.
Sandy Lynch
Vine pattern by Tiffany & Co.
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Catalogue pages from a 1895 Deitsch Bros catalogue.
Dining in Style with Georg Jensen Flatware
Janet Drucker
Georg Jensen hollowware and flatware patterns
From the Cover
Dean Six
Several examples of armorial silver pieces
Book reviews: Gorham Match Safes and The Mannerbacks: Reading's Master Silversmiths 1785 to 1870
Silver Magazine staff
Book reviews
Navy Presentation Silver for the USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG-108)
Sherry Langrock
Presentation silver for the USS Wayne E. Meyer
Pattern Flatware Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Souvenir spoons made in flatware patterns.
A Reader Replies - Medallion Correction
Kay O. Freeman
Additional information to the Medallion article from the March/April 2010 issue
Medallion Correction
Kay Olson Freeman
Wood & Hughes tazza with Michelangelo medallion presented to George A. Kensel
Cover May/June 2010
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Georgian Era Sugar Tongs Crafted by Members of the Bateman Family of Silversmiths
Rowland L. Matteson
Bateman family silver sugar tongs and their marks
An Important Philadelphia Silver Service
William P. Hood, Jr., John R. Olson, and Charles S. Curb
Silver service and flatware belonging to the Clothiers and made by Peter L. Krider
Book: Inspired Design
Roxanne Packham
Granddaughter of Allan Adler shares growing up in a silversmithing family
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for last issue's unknown mark; Farrington & Hunnewell place spoon and mark
Old vs. New - Adam pattern by Whiting Manufacturing Co.
Sandy Lynch
Adam pattern by Whiting Manufacturing Co.
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Catalogue pages from Alvin Mfg. Co. featuring Silver Deposit Ware from the 1880s.
Gorham's Martele and Paris Exposition Match Safes
Neil Shapiro
Martele Match Safes by Gorham
A Must See Exhibit
Rosanne Raab
Portable Treasuries: Silver Jewelry from the Nadler Collection
Book review: Warman's Sterling Silver Flatware, 2nd edition
Jason Price
Book review
Tribute to Rowland L. Matteson
Dean Six
Passing of Rowland L. Matteson
Putting the "Souvenir" Back in Souvenir Spoons
Lee Arnold
Collecting souvenir spoons from various locations
Cover March/April 2010
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Gorham "YC 1302" silverplate tea pot marked "Sterling"
Silver Lining
Shared photos of Gorham match safes
Silver Lining
Known piece type in Reed & Barton's Les Cinq Fleurs not mentioned in Jul/Aug 2009 issue's "Pattern Profile."
Silver Lining
Reader shares thoughts about coin silver
George A. Kensel and Wood & Hughes Civil War Medallion Silver
Dale E. Bennett
George A. Kensel and Wood & Hughes medallion motif silver
Every Souvenir Spoon Has a Story to Tell: The Story of Pittsburgh
Robert M. Wilhelm
Pittsburgh, PA souvenir spoon
Silverplate: Tilting Water Pitchers
1889 catalogue pages
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Reader responses for the "J.P. Butler" backstamp; Erastus Cook tablespoon and mark
Pattern Profile - Moulton pattern by Old Newbury Crafters
Sandy Lynch
Moulton pattern by Old Newbury Crafters
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from a 1902 Whiting Manufacturing Company catalogue - silver-accented smoking pipes
Celebrating the Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad: San Francisco Silversmiths, 1869
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Transcontinental Railroad and San Francisco Silversmiths in 1869
Collecting Toothpick Holders
Judy Knauer
Collecting toothpick holders
Ball, Black & Company 5-Piece "Addison Day" Tea and Coffee Set, 1868
Ross Howell, Jr
Railroad "Addison Day" Tea and Coffee Set by Ball, Black & Company
Book review: Coin Silver books
Silver Magazine staff
Manufacturer's Marks on American Coin Silver; Palmetto Silver: Riches of the South. A celebration of South Carolina Silver; Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Maryland Silver in the Collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art; Of the Best Quality
Inside These Borders
Rowland L. Matteson
An oval platter from the Atchinson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad
Kay Olson Freeman
Addison Day Service by Ball, Black & Co.
Cover January/February 2010
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Unique nineteenth-century spoon
Silver Lining
Thoughts about an nknown Durgin pattern asparagus fork
Early Marks of Berndorf Metalware Factory
Ingrid Haslinger and David N. Nikogosyan
Manufacturer's marks for the Berndorf Metalware Factory
A Half Dozen Sicilian Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Various enameled souvenir spoons from Sicily
A Letter to Readers from the Editor
Dean Six
Reader Survey results
Focus on Coin Silver
Silver Magazine staff
Farrington & Hunnewell coin silver
Old vs. New - Tiffany & Co.'s Tiffany pattern
Sandy Lynch
Tiffany & Co.'s Tiffany pattern
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Pages from Gorham Mfg. Co. 1880 Spring and Autumn catalogues
Vanderslice & Sunflowers
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Two Sunflower-themed patterns by Vanderslice & Co.
A Probable Unlisted Joesph Seymour Coin Silver Mark
Ann Kinne
Various Joseph Seymour marks found on a silver pattern
Shiebler Leaf-From Silver: An Intriguing Aesthetic Development
David Diamond
Silver piece with leaf motifs by George W. Shiebler
Book review: Napkin Rings: 150 Years of Silver Design
Dean Six
Book review
Fork + Food
Rosanne Raab
History of the development of the fork
Beyond These Borders
Rowland L. Matteson
Spoons by Quebec silversmith James G. Hanna
Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware - Asparagus Servers
Carla Zarse
Asparagus Servers
Cover November/December 2009
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Silver Lining
Orange peeler souvenir piece
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Wallace publication - The Wallace: A Little Magazine with a Silver Lining
Roman Enamel Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Various enameled souvenir spoons from Rome, Italy
Ingall's Home and Art Magazine
Clipping from the May 1891 magazine "New Creations in Silver Table Ware"
Pattern Profile - Whiting's Violet pattern
Sandy Lynch
Whiting's Violet pattern
Silver Filigree: Karimnagar Bound
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Silver filigree technique from India
English Pastry Servers
Dale E. Bennett
Silver English pastry servers vs. fish trowels
Book review: Silver of the Americas, 1600-2000
Silver Magazine staff
Book review
A Sterling Legacy
Anne Madarasz
A sterling silver tray owned by Michael Allen
The Michael Weller Silver Seminar
D. Albert Soeffing
Silver event in honor of Michael Weller
Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware - ice tongs
Carla Zarse
Ice tongs
Cover September /October 2009
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Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware - claret ladles
Carla Zarse
claret ladles
Beyond "Born With a Silver Spoon"
Reed & Barton sterling silver baby trays
Details from Our Cover
Additional detail photos of our cover piece
E. Dane Purdo: A Life In and Out of the Silver Studio
Alan Rosenberg
Silversmith E. Dane Purdo
Book review: Exceptional Match Safes
Dean Six
Book review
Every Treasure Tells a Story: Collecting Rarities in Silver
Spencer Gordon
Collecting rarities in silver
Scottish Provincial Silver from the 18th and 19th Centuries
Rowland L. Matteson
Scottish provincial silver from the 18th and 19th centuries
Old vs. New - Towle's Benjamin Franklin pattern
Sandy Lynch
Towle's Benjamin Franklinpattern
A Must See Exhibit: American Silver Shines at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Rosanne Raab
Silver exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Exquisite Shepard Enamels
Robert M. Wilhelm
Shepard Mfg. Company enameled souvenir spoons
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Simons, Bro. & Co. decorative cane heads
Cover July/August 2009
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Help with a sterling English spoon
Silver Lining
Help with two Judaica pieces
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Sterling art nouveau hollowware pieces by Towle Mg. Company
The American Revolution on Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Revolution-themed souvenir spoons
From Soda to Silver
Dean Six
James W. Tufts' silverplate soda fountains
Pattern Profile - Reed & Barton's Les Cinq Fleurs pattern
Sandy Lynch
Reed & Barton's Les Cinq Fleurspattern
Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts Silver Part Two: Shreve & Co., San Francisco, 1894-1912
Pansylea Howard Willburn
History of George C. Shreve & Co.
Sixteen Emerald Gems
William P. Hood Jr., John R. Olson, Charles S. Curb
Ice cream plate/yachting trophy by George W. Shiebler
Book review: Early Connecticut Silver: 1700-1840
Jason Price
Book review
A Luktdosa from Göteborg, 1861
Rowland L. Matteson
Luktdosa (or vinaigrette) from Göteborg, Sweden
Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware - jelly servers
Carla Zarse
Jelly servers
Cover May/June 2009
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Help with a sterling ring
Silver Lining
Help with a Georg Jensen fork
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Gorham literature from the early 1900s on Old English Black-Jacks
Plique-a-jour Souvenir Spoons
Bob Corson
Construction of plique-a-jour souvenir spoons
American Victorian Silverplated Figural Toothpick Holders
Ron Bronow
American Victorian silverplate figural toothpick holders
Old vs. New - Reed & Barton's Les Cinq Fleurs pattern
Sandy Lynch
Reed & Barton's Les Cinq Fleurspattern
George C. Shreve & Co.: "Treasures Fit for a Sultan's Palace." Part One: San Francisco, 1852-1893
Pansylea Howard Willburn
History of George C. Shreve & Co.
An Exotic Visitor from the East: The Paisley Motif in Victorian American Silver
David Diamond
Paisley motif in Victorian American silver
American Pastry Servers: Coin Silver
Dale E. Bennett
History of American coin silver pastry servers
A Cream Pitcher from Helsinki, 1863
Rowland L. Matteson
Cream pitcher from Helsinki by Roland Mellin, 1863
Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware - strawberry forks
Carla Zarse
Strawberry forks
Cover March/April 2009
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Corn-Sheller Patent
Rare or Interesting
Silver and gold aquarium sculpture
Pages from the Past
Richard Kurtzman
Whiting Mfg. Co. drawings of flasks from the mid-1890s
Rebus Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
Rebus souvenir spoons
Centenary of a Shaker and Mover: the Sandwich Board Suffragette
Irene Cockroft
Suffragette-themed silver items
Pattern Profile - International's Pantheon pattern
Sandy Lynch
International's Pantheonpattern
A Must See Exhibit
Rosanne Raab
Exhibit Review of Delight in Design: Indian Silver for the Raj
A Scarce Scottish Provincial Teaspoon Crafted by Robert Keay II of Perth
Rowland L. Matteson
Scottish teaspoon by Robert Keay II
Breaking the Code
Fred Sinfield
Deciphering marks found on a handled basket.
Book Review: Sterling Silver Bib Clips
D. Albert Soeffing
Book review
Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware
Carla Zarse
Sugar tongs
Marks of Silverplated Items Made by Wellner Metalware Factory
Prof. David Nikogosyan
Silver and Marks by Wellner Metalware Factory
Cover January/February 2009
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Modern Day Uses of Antique Flatware
Carla Zarse
Crumb knife
Beyond the Border: Huguenot Goldsmiths in Northern Europe and North America
Dean Six
Book review
Living in Silver Splendor: Silver Furniture in the Cladded Technique
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Silver Cladded Furniture
Six Antebellum Teaspoons from a Somewhat Unusual North Carolina Silversmith
Rowland L. Matteson
Antebellum teaspoons, NC silversmith
Old vs. New - Gorham's Mythologiquepattern
Sandy Lynch
Gorham Mythologiquepattern
Sentry Box Match Safes from Sampson Mordan & Company
Karl Koenig and Nigel Ross
History of Cheese Scoops
Ruth Rhoten: Twenty-first Century Silversmith
Pansylea Howard Willburn
Twenty-first century silversmith
An Important Natchez Silver Christening Cup
Charles Spencer Curb
Natchez Christening Cup
Chinese Export Silver
Steven J. Chait
Chinese Export Silver
Silver Lining
Unknown WMF piece type
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