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Cover March/April 2024
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Russian Silver Flatware Servers
Dale E. Bennett
Delving into Russian Silver Flatware Servers
Exquisitely Pearl From 8 to 5,000
Jack Leonhardt
A brief glimpse into exquisite mother of pearl pieces
Gorham’s California Poppy Commission Part 1
Ann Wagner
Part 1 of Gorham's California Poppy story
Souvenir Spoons Patented by Women in1891. Part 3
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
Part 3 of Souvenir Spoons Patented
Cover January/February 2024
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Gans Silver Collection at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond: Part I
Caroline Rubinstein
A look at the Gans Silver Collection at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
History Lessons from Silver Part 2
Paul D. Woolf, M.D. & Nancy S. Woolf, MD
A continuation of the History Lessons from Silver article
Borrowing Design Ideas from the Past
Christine Erratt
A brief reflection on the ideas from the past
Souvenir Spoons Patented by Women in1891. Part 2
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
Part 2 of Souvenir Spoons Patented
Cover November/December 2023
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Australian Corrugated Silver Series
Christine Erratt
Tracking Australia's Corrugated Silver
Interwoven: The Art of Indigo & Silver
Kaminer Haislip
An Artistic Look into Kaminer Haislip's World
From the Beginning: The South Carolina Silver Society
Judy Anderson, Kay Durham, and Frank White
The beginnings of the South Carolina Silver Society
Coin Silver
Silver Magazine Staff
We dip into the archives to talk about Coin Silver
Souvenir Spoons Patented by Women in 1891. Part 1
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
Part 1 of Souvenir Spoons Patented by Women in1891
Cover September/October 2023
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Colonial Silver from India - an inherent Raj tradition
Chitra Balasubramaniam
Some beautiful images from the Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts
Du Barry Pierced by Wm. B. Durgin Co. Part Two
Tim and Sally Blewett
Part two of the story of Du Barry
Coin Silver
Silver Magazine Staff
We dip into the archives to talk about Coin Silver
The Ramona Souvenir Spoon
Robert M. Wilhelm
Exploring the Ramona Souvenir Spoons
Cover July/August 2023
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Du Barry Pierced by Wm. B. Durgin Co. Part One
Tim and Sally Blewett
Part one of the story of Du Barry
Silverplate Large & Small Round Trays From the Canadian National Railway
Rowland L Matteson
We dip into the archives for another Rowland L Matteson article
Art Deco, Art Nouveau, And Arts And Crafts Silver In The Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts - Richmond
Caroline Rubinstein
Some beautiful images from the Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts
Unique European Souvenir Spoons: Frankfurt, Riva, Anvers, Venice, Potsdam, Verona
Robert M. Wilhelm
A selection of Souvenir Spoons from Europe
Cover May/June 2023
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Silver Collection Portland Oregon Art Museum
Caroline Rubinstein
A wonderful look through the Oregon Art Museum.
Scottish Provincial Sugar Tongs From Paisley, 1806
Rowland L Matteson
A look at Scottish Provincial Sugar Tongs.
The Twentieth Silver Triennale International at the German Goldsmiths’ House Hanau, Germany: A Short Report of Contemporary Silversmithing
By Karolina Stefanski, Ph.D.
Beautiful images from the House Hanau in Germany.
Apollo & Artemis/Diana Bonbon Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
A selection of Souvenir Spoons for the Gods..
Cover March/April 2023
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A Singular Joseph Warner Silver Punch Ladle
Donald L. Fennimore
Diving into Deleware's most active and successful silversmiths.
Silver Collection Grosvenor Museum – Chester, England [Part 2]
Caroline Rubinstein
Part 2 of a wonderful look through the Grosvenor Museum in England.
Silver From Burma
Chitra Balasubramaniam
A look into the diversity and beauty of some of India's silver pieces.
Souvenir Spoons of Three Famos Churches in N.Y.C
Robert M. Wilhelm
A selection of Souvenir Spoons from three famous New York City churches.
Cover January/February 2023
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The Silver Baroness At 95!
Benie Colvin
Celebration of the Silver Baroness!
Silver Collection Grosvenor Museum – Chester, England [Part 1]
Caroline Rubinstein
Part 1 of a wonderful look through the Grosvenor Museum in England
Making a Silver Toddy Ladle by Hand from a Sterling Coin
Ronald L. Erratt
A beautiful process, caught in pictures..
The Shepard Manufacturing Company:
Robert M. Wilhelm
Painted, Enamel, and Engraved Souvenir Spoons from the Shepard Manufacturing.
Cover November/December 2022
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An 1809 Snusdosa From Stockholm
Rowland L Matteson
Learn the fascinating history behind the Swedish snusdosa.
Caleb Warner and Cuthbert Warner, Part One: Which Early American Silversmith Made My Spoons Marked “C. Warner”?
Molly Warner
Molly Warner goes on a search to discover possible family ties to some heirloom spoons.
A New Eagle Mark?
Catherine Hollan
A reader request about an unknown mark leads to a fascinating search for answers.
The Grand Hotel on the Bay of Naples, Italy
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
Discover the rich history behind this beautiful hotel prominently featured on many ornamental pieces.
Cover September/October 2022
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An 1809 Snusdosa From Stockholm
Rowland L Matteson
Learn the fascinating history behind the Swedish snusdosa.
Caleb Warner and Cuthbert Warner, Part One: Which Early American Silversmith Made My Spoons Marked “C. Warner”?,
Molly Warner
Molly Warner goes on a search to discover possible family ties to some heirloom spoons.
A New Eagle Mark?
Catherine Hollan
A reader request about an unknown mark leads to a fascinating search for answers.
The Grand Hotel on the Bay of Naples, Italy
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
Discover the rich history behind this beautiful hotel prominently featured on many ornamental pieces.
Cover July/August 2022
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A Beaker From Borgå (Porvoo)
Rowland L Matteson
A trip to an antique shop in Stockholm led to the discovery of a beaker crafted in the late 1800s. This is his story, along with a description of the beaker.
Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths Through 1860 (Part 5)
William B. Moore
The riveting conclusion to an incredibly informative series cataloging the full history of the silversmiths who developed the history of silver in the Erie area.
Silversmithing in Australia
Christine Erratt
The early history of the trade in the Land Down Under.
Early American and British Silver Collections at the Fogg Museum Harvard: Part Two — Collectors’ Collections
Caroline Rubinstein
A cataloging of the major silver collectors’ collections that were donated to the Fogg Art Museum.
The Old Oaken Bucket Souvenir Spoon
Robert M. Wilhelm, Ph.D
The fascinating history of “The Old Oaken Bucket” and the many beautiful things it inspired.
Cover May/June 2022
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Souvenir Spoons: Grand Tour Mementoes
Robert M Wilhelm, Ph.D
A Souvenir Spoon tour through Naples and Pompeii
The Charleston
Catherine B. Hollan
South Carolina's tale of one of their silversmiths
Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths Through 1860 {part 4}
William B. Moore
The next chapter of our closer look at Pennsylvania Silversmiths
Early American and British Silver Collections at the Fogg Art Museum Harvard: Part One - Ceremonial Silver
Caroline Rubinstein
An exploration into the Fogg Art Museum
Cover March/April 2022
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Pan-American Exposition Souvenir Spoons (1901):
Michelle P. Wilhelm, Ph.D
An article about Pan-American Exposition Souvenir Spoons
A Beaker from Kristianstad, 1818
Rowland L. Matteson
Swedish Silver and the story of Kristianstad
Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths Through 1860 {part 3}
William B. Moore
The next chapter of our closer look at Pennsylvania Silversmiths
Nelson-Atkins Art Museum in Kansas City, Missouri Silver Collection
Caroline Rubinstein
An exploration into the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum in Kansas City
Book Review: Hidden Treasures: Re-Assessing South Carolina
Silver Magazine Staff
Catherine Hollan’s newest book on American silver has just been published. This one contains lives and marks, but also many photos of the silver and associated artifacts as well
Cover January/February 2022
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The Silver Spoon That Saved The Empire
Thomas Maniotis
What the fall of Constantinople can teach us about Silver
Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths Through 1860 {part 2}
William B. Moore
The next chapter of our closer look at Pennsylvania Silversmiths
Manchester & The Manchester Art Gallery In England Silver Collection
Caroline Rubinstein
An intriguing look into the Manchester Art Gallery in England
A Small Chalice From Rakvere, 1850
Rowland L. Matteson
The mystery surrounding a small chalice
A Box Set of Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
A Grand Tour of Souvenir Spoons
Cover November/December 2021
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When is a Charleston Silver Kettle a Veilleuse?
Catherine B. Hollan
The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts database provides us with a look at the Charleston Silver Kettle.
Gorham’s Six “White Gold” Bon Bon Scoops Circa 1890: A Study in Variation and Exception
Henry Brown
An in-depth story about the variations of Gorham's Bon Bon Scoops.
Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths Through 1860 [Part 1]
William B. Moore
Part 1 of our closer look at Erie, Pennsylvania Silversmiths.
The Strawberry in the Dish: A Case of Function Follows Form
Carolyn Law
A delicious use for a fluted, flat-bottomed plate/bowl
State Souvenir Spoons - Mini Lessons in History
Robert M. Wilhelm
A quick look into State Souvenier Spoons
Cover September/October 2021
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A Funny Thing Happened While Writing an Article for Silver Magazine
by Henry Brown
Henry Brown provides and responds to some reader feedback he received on a previous Silver Magazine article he wrote.
Wadsworth Atheneum Art Museum Silver Collection
by Caroline Rubinstien
Author Caroline Rubinstein discusses the history and fascinating facts behind the silver pieces housed at Wadsworth Atheneum Art Museum.
A Potpourri of Souvenir Spoon Bowls: Historical, Legendary, Municipal
by Robert M. Wilhelm
Robert Wilhelm shares captivating history behind the designs of some classic silver spoon bowls.
Cover July/August 2021
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Book Review: Silver Lemon Strainers, 1686-1846
Catherine B. Hollan
Book review of Silver Lemon Strainers, 1686-1846 by author Michael Adams. Adams has identified 893 different lemon strainers primarily from London, Ireland, Scotland, and American and provides images and descriptions of their marks.
The Legendary America’s Cup: The Trophy & The Race
Karolina Stefanski, Ph. D. and Jack Griffin
History of the international sailing race and its iconic trophy, the America's Cup. The authors share beautiful photographs and detailed descriptions on how it was designed and crafted.
Artifacts of the Wholesale Trade: Silver Salesmen’s Samples by Watson & Hildeburn
Richard Archer and Cliff Nunn
The article sheds light on differences between silver wholesalers, retailers, and silversmiths. Examples of coin silver items are illustrated along with marks from Watson & Hildeburn.
Gorham’s Chantilly Souvenir Spoons
Robert M. Wilhelm
History & various examples of sterling souvenir spoons featuring Gorham's most popular silver pattern, Chantilly, designed by William Codman.
Cover May/June 2021
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Campbell & Youngue: the Montgomery vs. Columbia Controversy
Catherine Hollan
After much research, author Catherine Hollan presents a case for the loaction attribution of silversmiths Campbell & Yongue - Columbia, SC or Montgomery, AL.
5 Ways to Look at Toddy Ladle
Carolyn Law
Examples and history about sterling toddy ladles. The author gives us the where, who, and when these were made - as well as a recipe for a toddy.
The Importance of Silver Among the Seminole Indians of Florida
I.S.K. Reeves V
This article features traditional and ceremonial silver jewelry worn by the Seminole Indians of Florida, as well as influences from foreign countries.
Uncle Sam Souvenir Spoons: Karr, Alvin, Shepard, Inman
Robert M. Wilhelm
History & examples of sterling souvenir spoons depicting Uncle Sam's "I Want You" poster made by various silver manufacturing companies..
Cover March/April 2021
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An American Lady’s Role in Making the United Kingdom’s Silver Modern
John Andrew
Commentary and historical anecdotes about how a comment from an American socialite Mrs. Lasky influenced UK silversmith Gerald Benney’s designs in the 1960s.
Arthur Nevill Kirk and Eliel Saarinen: Collaborative Silver Designs
W. Scott Braznell
The author introduces two amazing talents - Kirk a silversmith and Saarinen an architect - from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and showcases their design influences and collaborative efforts producing exceptional pieces of silver.
The Cupid Frieze Souvenir Spoons in the House of the Vettii at Pompeii
Robert M. Wilhelm
History & examples of enameled souvenir spoons depicting cupid friezes found in the House of the Vettii at Pompeii.
Cover January/February 2021
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From East to West, and Partway Back: the Journey of James D. Woodyard, Jeweler and Watchmaker "
Cliff Nunn
With the purchase of a pair of coin spoons marked "J.D. Woodyard," the author shares his journey in finding out more about the silversmith and his history - various firms, locations, and vocations.
The Badge in Front of the Man
Don and Toni Fraser
Don Fraser has collected sterling law enforcement badges since childhood and his wife Toni eloquently showcases his collection through images and words. The Frasers provide history of the different types of badges as well as the marks jewelers used when
Traugott Leinbach & George Lindner: A Silver Mark Linking Them as One by History
Henry Brown
"One mark has been linked to two different silversmiths for decades until author Henry Brown researches and ultimately provides proof that the “(eagle) / L / (bust)” mark with no other mark should be attributed to George Lindner. "
The H.J. Heinz Souvenir Birthday Spoons by Cartier
Robert M. Wilhelm
History & examples of H.J. Heinz and his commissioning of a pickle spoon and birthday spoons for his employee's babies, made by Cartier.
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