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Silver Plate

We don’t clean or polish our silver because lots of folks like the patinated look!

Antique Derby teapot

This graceful antique silver plated teapot stands 8-1/4" high to the top of the ornate finial on its hinged lid. Approximately 5" in diameter at the widest point of its fluted body, 3" in diameter at its base, and 4" in diameter at its beaded mouth. Very graceful handle and spout. The very faint incising on the bottom (too faint to show up on a photo) reads “Derby Silver Plate Co.” and carries the number 2617. The Derby Silver Plate Company operated in Derby, CN, from about 1873 to 1898, when it was one of the original partners that formed the International Silver Company. This teapot is heavily tarnished outside, but the lid fits so tightly that there’s considerably less tarnish inside, as you can see from the photo with the top open. Gives you a good idea of how nicely this beautiful teapot would “clean up”, should you wish to do so.. Other than the tarnish, it’s in perfect condition, with no dents or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.)

** SOLD **

 

Antique Derby silver sugar bowl – large

This large open Derby silver sugar bowl matches the Derby teapot listed immediately above. It has the same fluted sides, beaded rim, and graceful handles, and it, too, has the very faint “Derby Silver Plate Co.” incising on the bottom and the number 2617. It stands 3-1/4" tall with diameters of 3-3/4" at its mouth, approximately 4-1/4" at its widest point, and 2-5/8" at its base. Measures 6-1/8" across at the handles. Heavily tarnished and one shallow dent at the bottom that easily could be “pounded out” by a competent jeweler. Not too bad for being at least 113 years old! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $50.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Antique Derby silver sugar bowl – small

This open Derby silver sugar bowl is a smaller version of the one listed immediately above, looks exactly like it except for the size, and has the same faint incising on the bottom. This one stands 3" tall with diameters of 3-1/4" at its mouth, approximately 3-1/2" at its widest point, and 2-1/8" at its base. Measures 5-1/4" across at the handles. Heavily tarnished but in absolutely perfect condition with no dents or dings! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $45.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Greek urn coffee pot

This vintage silver plated coffee pot stands 11" tall to the top of the finial on its hinged lid. The pot is shaped like a Greek urn and decorated with an incised band of Greek key design and four bands of buttons. The graceful handle is unusual in that it has two ivory colored plastic inserts that could be Bakelite. The overall appearance is that of shiny pewter. Unmarked, but the bottom has an small oval where a label must have originally been affixed. One tiny dent on the lid’s button band, and one side of the pot has a U-shaped discoloration, the right top of which feels like a scratch. See our matching cream pitcher listed immediately below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $35.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Greek urn cream pitcher

This vintage silver plated cream pitcher matches the coffee pot listed above and stands 7" tall. No Bakelite inserts on handle. Unmarked. No scratches or dents. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Antique Meriden cream pitcher

This beautiful antique hand-tooled silver plated cream pitcher stands 5-1/4" high, is a shade over 3-1/2" in diameter at its widest point, and a shade under 3" in diameter at its base. The body has positively gorgeous delicate hand-tooled leaves and ferns on both sides. The bottom is marked “Meriden Brit’a Company” and carries the number 1800. Made by the Meriden Britannia Company which was founded in 1852, bought Rogers Bros. in 1862, and then became one of the original partners who formed the International Silver Company in 1898. This pitcher’s handle is a classic Meriden shape. Now heavily tarnished, this pitcher’s current appearance is more like pewter than silver plate. We spot cleaned a small place on the bottom so you can see how beautifully this piece would polish up, assuming you wish to do that. Other than the tarnish, it’s in perfect condition, with no dents or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $80.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Antique footed cream pitcher

This antique silver plated cream pitcher stands 4" high on its four claw feet. It is 4" in diameter at its widest point and 5-1/4" from spout to outer handle. Both sides of the pitcher contain hand-tooled flowers, leaves, and geometrics. The exceptionally faint incising on the bottom reads “High Grade Metal” and carries the number 268, as well as an x-shaped mark, the left piece of which might be a hammer. Pitcher is heavily tarnished. We did a preliminary spot cleaning on part of the bottom in an attempt to read whatever was there, but were loathe to attempt further cleaning in deference to a new owner’s preferences. The body of the pitcher has two very shallow dents, one of which is virtually impossible to see since it’s in a design area. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $55.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Antique Pairpoint sugar bowl

This heavily decorated antique silver plated sugar bowl stands 4" high and measures 6" from handle to handle. Diameters are 4" at its widest point and 3" at both its mouth and bottom. Extensive beautiful hand-tooled flowers, leaves, stems, and berries on both sides of the bowl, both handles, and around the top. Bottom is incised “Pairpoint Mfg. Co.”, “Quadruple Plate”, the Pairpoint mark, and the number 324, indicating one of Pairpoint’s earlier patterns. The Pairpoint Manufacturing Company was founded in 1880 in New Bedford, MA, and made silver products until 1894, when it was taken over by the Mt. Washington Glass Company and later reorganized in 1900 as the Pairpoint Company. This sugar bowl is heavily tarnished, giving it the current appearance of pewter. One side of the bowl has three shallow dents and the other side has two even shallower dents. Not bad for a beautiful lady of such advanced age! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $65.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Antique Middletown sugar bowl

This graceful antique silver plated sugar bowl stands 4" high and measures 6" from handle to handle. Diameters are 4" at its widest point, 2-3/4" at its mouth, and 2-1/2" at its base. A 1-1/4" band of very ornate flowers and leaves encircles its body, and the two handles are heavily textured. The bottom is incised “Middletown Plated Quadruple Plate” around the maker’s balanced scale mark, and also carries the number 610 and the words “Hard White Metal”. Middletown was founded in 1864 (in Middletown, CT, naturally) and later became one of the original partners that formed the International Silver Company in 1898. Then they moved to Meriden, the mega-center of electro-plate manufacturing in the world. In the early years (until 1876) they seem to have finished and sold hollow forms made by Reed & Barton. They also sold their goods to other plating companies who finished and marked them with their marks. We have made no attempt to clean or polish this piece because its current appearance is that of beautiful soft pewter. Over the many decades of its life, its mouth has become rather wavy instead of perfectly round, but this is not at all unattractive and does not detract from this sugar bowl’s lovely appearance as a prized display piece. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $145.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Vintage Federal covered butter dish

Serve your butter in style with this ornate 3-piece covered butter dish consisting of a silver plated base and cover and a glass liner to hold the stick of butter. 7-1/2" x 4-1/2" base has scrolled edges. The top of the 6-1/2" x 3-1/4" cover has matching scroll work and an ornate handle. The bottom of the 6" x 2-3/4" glass liner has raised rays tapering out from the center point. Base bottom is stamped “Federal Silver”. Other than the tarnish, this set is in excellent condition with no dents or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Sheridan julep cup

This classically styled silver plated julep cup stands 4" tall with diameters of 3-1/4" at its rolled rim and 2-3/4" at its footed base. One side is inscribed with a circle in which there’s an eagle with an olive branch, with “Salem” above and “Virginia” below. Bottom is marked “Sheridan” and carries their lion logo. Founded in 1944 by Joseph Caiozzo and Harry Carmody as the C & C Silver Company in Taunton, MA, they incorporated in 1946 as Sheridan Silver Co., Inc. The largest of the independent silver manufacturers, production is limited to plated silver and the company still operates today. This julep cup is in great vintage condition with no dings or dents. Brushed interior shows some staining that we have made no attempt to clean or polish. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Napier silver plate lidded jigger

This is a vintage silver plated jigger in the shape of a miniature cocktail shaker. Standing 3-5/8" tall when lidded, the jigger itself is a shade under 2-1/2" tall, with diameters of 1-3/4" at its mouth and 1-3/8" at its base. One side has measurement marks for 1 and 2 ounces. Bottom is marked “Napier Silver Plate, Pat. Pend.” Other than the exterior tarnish, all three pieces (the top portion has a detachable cap) are in perfect condition with no dings or dents. We don’t clean or polish our silver because many people like the old patina look, but you can see from the picture of the interior how beautifully these pieces would “clean up” if you’re so inclined. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $65.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

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